Superhero is a live album by singer/comedian Stephen Lynch. "Priest", "Mother's Day" and "Lullaby (The Divorce Song)" were originally recorded on his first CD A Little Bit Special. It was recorded live at four different comedy clubs in New York and New Jersey. Along with A Little Bit Special and The Craig Machine, the album has sold over 250,000 copies.
His second official album, Superhero, released in 2002, with What Are Records?, was also a live album, and generally received better reviews than the first, partly because of strong audience response. The title track is 8 minutes and 58 seconds long, and largely consists of Lynch receiving the audience's suggestions for names for superheroes.
A bonus live version of the song "Special Olympics" is included at about 5:40 into "Lullaby" (after a period of silence between the two songs), and was likely hidden there to avoid controversy over the title and content of the song.