Not since The Powerpuff Girls have we been so excited about a tag team of super agents fighting evil to protect the world.
Those super agents being the unlikely pairing of author J.K Rowling and comedian Ricky Gervais, that is.
After a week criticizing US Vice President Mike Pence and Trump's recent immigration ban, laughing off threats that Harry Potter fans were going to burn her books, and 'dropping the mic' on haters who dislike her sharing thoughts on politics, the British novelist is now back to doing what she does best – shutting down Donald Trump on Twitter.
Donald Trump took to the social media platform – a.k.a his personal diary – to claim negatives stories about him are, of course, 'fake news'.
Yes, because criticism of the 'all and powerful Trump' must be fake.
Hours later, Rowling replied to the current 45th President's Tweet: 'Can you imagine the number of mirrors this man must have smashed?' and received an unlikely tag team partner to help back up her thoughts – The Office's Ricky Gervais.
A day later, the award-winning author shared a meme that hypothesised how the world would react to her death, asking her fans not to tag her when thinking about her death.
All we need now is for Chrissy Teigen to join forces with J.K Rowling and Ricky Gervais on Twitter and the trio might just be our most reliable weapon against Trump yet.