OPP? More like WUMP, THERE IT IS!
From Rampaging Hulk #5, which is pretty much just Namor and the Hulk punching things and then punching each other for the entirety of a “book-length epic” by Doug Moench and Kieth Pollard–hey, is anybody else getting deja vu?
It’s Friday Night, and that means it’s time for another One Panel of Pain! And nobody–but nobody–hits harder than black-and-white ’70s Hulk!
From Rampaging Hulk #5, which is pretty much just Namor and the Hulk punching things and then punching each other for the entirety of a “book-length epic” by Doug Moench and Kieth Pollard.
Tonight, Friday Night Fights returns with an all-new theme, and this time, it’s been declared that brevity is the soul of a beatdown! That’s why this time, it all comes down to One Panel of Pain!
So let me ask.. you down with O.P.P?
For more of Jim Rugg’s totally awesome Street Angel, pick up the trade or check out the trailer for the surprisingly totally awesome Australian independent short film!
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from reading Silver Age Romance Comics–and it’s debatable that I have learned one thing from Silver Age Romance Comics–it’s that even in matters of the heart, there’s always room for a fight scene:
Oh Heart Throbs! Will you ever find true love?
Tonioght’s the last round of Friday Night Fights: Ka-Pow!, and with the emphasis on sound effects, I’ve been looking for the loudest fight I can find. But since I’ve already used the all-splash issue of Walt Simonson’s Thor where he fights the Midgard Serpent, it’s time to go with a Modern Classic!
From Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s classic Welcome Back, Frank, which no reader should be without.
You say you want it loud? Then loud you shall have!
From JUSTICE LEAGUE AMERICA #39, by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Adam Hughes, one of the best parts of a a truly phenomenal run.
It’s time to take another trip to the “Terminal” to “wipe-out” your enemies with “kill-power!”
The One Man Army Corps lays down the law uppercut-style in the King’s OMAC #5, which you all really ought to have by now.