It has become almost cliché to make parodies of Apple's "I'm a Mac and I'm a PC" commercials, but as this new YouTube clip from ItsJustSomeRandomGuy proves, there's still room for creative reinterpretations of the source material.

In this new video, Apple's advertisements are used as a jumping off point for a musical extravaganza featuring superhero action figures, led by Iron Man himself, singing about all the upcoming comic book films on the horizon. The video opens with Iron Man and a gruff Batman having a calm discussion about how Iron Man 2 did well at the box office, but had its fair share of detractors, too. Batman compliments Tony Stark on being rather humble about it all -- but before the words are even out of his (plastic) mouth, Iron Man's launching into a song about Marvel's big plans for continuity.

What follows is a fun three minute tune that covers everything from the DC-Marvel fight for cinematic superiority to the potential for Spider-Man joining The Avengers in their film. It's really very clever and the video is well done, featuring some great stop-motion effects and handmade props. Plus, the catchy tune is sure to run through your head for the rest of the day.

Click past the break to find out just how excited Iron Man is about Marvel's plan for movie continuity -- and be sure to hang around to the end, because Batman's best one-liner comes right before the tune's finale. This video marks the 100th spoof that ItsJustSomeRandomGuy has done, so be sure to check out tons of other fun stuff over here.