Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Slab's First Fist 11: Thumbhead Choke Escape

Because of the unique shapelessness of Slab's head, he is able to escape what would otherwise be a suffocating, artery closing pincer-like neck lock for anyone else.
Slab won't make this mistake again!...


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11 comments:

sven said...

yeah GO SLAB!

Guy Cx said...

Hmm let's see... Slab will go for some low kicks and Bastard will stay on defensive guard on the ground? Slab could go for a devastating flying elbow!

Elana Pritchard said...

I bet Slab can be taken out by something really simple- like poking one of his zits.

Severin said...

I took a wrestling class under a guy that shaved and oiled his head for that same reason!

Peggy said...

Oh man I want an issue of "Yancy St. Funnies" that's bigger than my torso now! It would be MORE KIRBY THAN SHOULD BE IN ONE PLACE.

The Butcher said...

Damn, this isn't just some brawl. It's a battle of wills.

I'm rooting for Donald. He's older and is way more experienced. Slab has excellent potential though.

RooniMan said...

Thought he was a goner there.

Michael said...

Was Roy Disney a friend of the good cartoons?

Waqas Malik said...

donald bastard is making him eat his junk!! XD

Loon_Jobbie said...

This reminds me of this ridiculously long fight that happened in my neighbourhood when I was a kid. After nearly 15 minutes of these teens brutally beating each other down, one of the kid’s father’s came calmly walking home from work with his lunch pail and ended the whole thing with two mean 3-stooges style slaps with his free hand. Then he told everyone to “go join a hockey team,” and walked calmly into his garage. What was really funny was that one of the teens was crying (not from his fight but from the slap!) and trying to hide it by looking at the ground.
I can’t imagine how much of a prick Donald bastard’s father would have to be to make Slab and Donald cry.

I might as well ask this. John, do you have any thoughts on clay/stop motion animation? That’s what I’m starting to work with, though I read your blog for tips on stories and composition. I know you love traditional animation, but as you have written stuff on computer animation and puppets it could be a nice addition. Thanks for putting all your expertise up for free.

Vanoni! said...

I think you should throw in a Peruvian necktie, John.