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Sunday, June 25, 2006

Aryan, Shmaryan! - or Ben Grimm Hits Stuff pt.3

When we meet our hero in Marvel Two-In-One #20, he' s been thrown back in time by an unusually zaftig Watcher to find a lost vibranium cylinder. This being a Roy Thomas story, it's 1942 and there're lots of Nazis to fight.


Taking a break from freaking people out in Times Square, Ben decides to check out that extra-crazy, giant metal swastika that's flying around lopping off the tops of skyscrapers.

Who does he find piloting the craft? Only the most arrogant, disembodied Nazi scientist brain this side of Ultra-Humanite - Brain Drain!


Exactly how many evil brains in jars are there anyway? I can think of at least ten or eleven.

Ben does the sensible thing and begins pounding the craft into little metal bits. Brain Drain, of course, flips out and demands to know what the hell is going on.



Like any good hero, Ben just loves flashbacks and expository dialogue. So after a few pages, Brain Drain's entirely caught up. Just in time for him to land his craft and let some of his super-powered Nazi friends jump the Thing. Ben gets smacked around for a few panels before he decides to let loose and bust some Aryan heads.


Maybe they should've called it Marvel Three-In-One. Ha!

Hmmm...Yeah.

So anyway, Ben gets a couple of more good punches in-


before the Liberty Legion arrives to mop up. He retrieves the vibranium cylinder and heads back to good ole' 1976. All is well.

and for no good reason whatsoever-

A Sound Effect Tally
THRAKK!
SWRASH!
THLRAP
WHAM
RRIPPP
WHOMP!
PHOOM
THAM (twice)
FWAM
RAK!RAK! (twice)
SLAM! (twice)
THAKKAKOOM!
WOM!
PTING
KTING
KROK
PAKK!
SOK!
SPOK
THKOW!
POW
WAK
SKOK!
TWOP!
PHAM!
VRUM



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2 Comments:

Blogger Sleestak said...

Dude! You gotta review that early Thing/Black Widow drawn by Brown. It has FX like THRMMMM AAAAAGGGGHHHHHH! and Thing kills a guy!

6/26/2006 7:43 AM

 
Blogger Brandon said...

By special request of Sleestak-next issue will be MTIO #10.
There are some pretty awesome moments in that issue. Thanks for the idea.

6/26/2006 2:08 PM

 

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