|Birth name||Zachary James Sherwin|
|Nickname(s)||MC Mr. Napkins (formerly)|
|YouTube Channel||Mc Mr. Napkins (formerly)|
|Appeared in||Einstein vs Stephen Hawking|
Doc Brown vs Doctor Who
Batman vs Sherlock Holmes
Nelson, Mark, Steven and Lucas
Donald Trump vs Ebenezer Scrooge
Stephen King vs Edgar Allan Poe
Ghostbusters vs Mythbusters
Himself (DRFH 13)
Zachary James "Zach" Sherwin (formerly known as MC Mr. Napkins) is an American YouTuber, rapper and comedian who has appeared in six Epic Rap Battles of History episodes to date. He has also helped write ERBs with Nice Peter and EpicLLOYD after his first appearance in Einstein vs Stephen Hawking, including Doc Brown vs Doctor Who, Batman vs Sherlock Holmes, Donald Trump vs Ebenezer Scrooge, Stephen King vs Edgar Allan Poe and Ghostbusters vs Mythbusters. He is set to appear again for the second time in Season 4 as an unknown rapper. He also appeared as a guest rapper in Dis Raps For Hire 13. His website can be found here.
- Egon Spengler
Dis Raps For Hire:
- Himself (DRFH 13)
- He has had the most guest appearances out of all other guests.
- Alongside Timothy DeLaGhetto, George Watsky, Key & Peele, DeStorm Power, and Rhett & Link, he is one of the only guest stars to have a rapping role in more than one season.
- He is also the only guest to have a rapping role in every season so far.
- He was the first and, so far, only guest rapper in Dis Raps For Hire.
- Originally, he had the stage name "MC Mr. Napkins", but dropped it and is now known as simply Zach Sherwin. However, he is still mainly credited as MC Mr. Napkins in the descriptions of earlier ERBs.
- ERB writer, Mike Betette, stated whilst in the ERB Wiki chat that Sherwin was "the best" person at wordplay.
- Season 1 is the only season where he has only one role.
- During the Off The Top event, he and Lloyd were in the rap battle skit with Jeffrey Dahmer vs Bambi, Steven Spielberg vs Michael Bay, and Ben Franklin vs Doctor Octopus with Sherwin as Dahmer, Bay, and Doctor Octopus.
- Zach was originally intended to be a main rapper in the series until Dave McCary changed the idea and he reverted to being a guest rapper and writer.
- Main article: Zach Sherwin/Gallery