The animated movie was based on a Marvel comic book — many had no idea existed — according to the video. While all the Marvel branding was removed from the finished product, the film followed the same superhero premise of a team going up against “an unforgettable villain with a vague plan in a final battle… and an after credits scene with Stan Lee.”
“I mean come one, this is the Marveliest, non-Marvel film ever,” says the voiceover as he continues to humorously dissect the picture’s plot.
“[Hiro] is a protagonist with hair of a Japanese anime and the tooth gap of every kid from recent Western animation,” he adds. “Thrill as this miniature version of Tony Stark makes inventions that will put everyone on Earth out of a job.”
The Honest Trailer also describes his loyal robot friend, Baymax, as an adorable combination of WebMD and a marshmallow. “He’s the inflatable Robo-nurse everyone wants to cuddle with until you realize he’s voiced by the depressed, middle-aged writer from ’30 Rock.’”
Starring “Obamacare, Hiro? Is it me you’re looking for?, a TJ-Miller Type, Human Segway” and more, watch the hilarious trailer below: