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9th Jun '16 11:33:28 PM Dravencour
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* Nancy's absolute refusal to scream for Junior at the Farm, despite being horribly tortured and completely at his mercy, buying Hartigan time to find and rescue her. Also playing dumb about her finicky car, which [[OnlyICanMakeItGo only she knows how to drive]].

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* Nancy's absolute refusal to scream for Junior at the Farm, despite being horribly tortured and completely at his mercy, buying Hartigan time to find and rescue her. Also playing dumb about her finicky car, which [[OnlyICanMakeItGo only she knows how to drive]].drive]], which forces Junior to take her to the Farm on foot, further tipping the odds in Hartigan's favor.
9th Jun '16 11:27:47 PM Dravencour
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* Nancy's absolute refusal to scream for Junior at the Farm, despite being horribly tortured and completely at his mercy.

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* Nancy's absolute refusal to scream for Junior at the Farm, despite being horribly tortured and completely at his mercy.mercy, buying Hartigan time to find and rescue her. Also playing dumb about her finicky car, which [[OnlyICanMakeItGo only she knows how to drive]].
9th Jun '16 11:24:05 PM Dravencour
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* In ''The Big Fat Kill'' Dwight waxes poetic about the three hundred Spartans who held off the entire Persian army at the Hot Gates, a narrow mountain pass. Sure, they all died, but by carefully chosing their terrain they were able to sell their lives dearly. Later, Dwight and the girls of Old Town are massively outnumbered by the gangs, so they lure them into a narrow, crooked alley, where Dwight reflects that "the choice of where to fight can mean a lot [[spoiler:but there's nothing like having all your friends show up, with LOTS of guns."]]

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* In ''The Big Fat Kill'' Dwight waxes poetic about the three hundred Spartans who held off the entire Persian army at the Hot Gates, a narrow mountain pass. Sure, they all died, but by carefully chosing choosing their terrain they were able to sell their lives dearly. Later, Dwight and the girls of Old Town are massively outnumbered by the gangs, so they lure them into a narrow, crooked alley, where Dwight reflects that "the choice of where to fight can mean a lot [[spoiler:but there's nothing like having all your friends show up, with LOTS of guns."]]



** 'The kids a decent shot, but he's throwing bullets away like they're candy. He doesn't know how to aim true, look the devil in the eye.' * BANG*

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** 'The kids kid's a decent shot, but he's throwing bullets away like they're candy. He doesn't know how to aim true, look the devil in the eye.' * BANG*


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* Nancy's absolute refusal to scream for Junior at the Farm, despite being horribly tortured and completely at his mercy.
31st Mar '16 7:15:03 PM maximsk
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* In ''The Big Fat Kill'' Dwight waxes poetic about the three hundred Spartans who held off the entire Persian army at the Hot Gates, a narrow mountain pass. Sure, they all died, but by carefully chosing their terrain they were able to sell their lives dearly. Later, Dwight and the girls of Old Town are massively outnumbered by the gangs, so they lure them into a narrow, crooked alley, where Dwight reflects that "the choice of where to fight can mean a lot [[spoiler:but there's nothing like having all your friends show up, with LOTS of guns.]]

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* In ''The Big Fat Kill'' Dwight waxes poetic about the three hundred Spartans who held off the entire Persian army at the Hot Gates, a narrow mountain pass. Sure, they all died, but by carefully chosing their terrain they were able to sell their lives dearly. Later, Dwight and the girls of Old Town are massively outnumbered by the gangs, so they lure them into a narrow, crooked alley, where Dwight reflects that "the choice of where to fight can mean a lot [[spoiler:but there's nothing like having all your friends show up, with LOTS of guns.]]"]]
11th Jul '15 11:46:59 PM dsneybuf
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* Pretty much every time Miho appears she gets at least one crowning moment of awesome.
** Such as taking Jackie-boy's hand and wiping out everyone in the car.


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* Pretty much every time Miho appears she gets at least one crowning moment of awesome. Such as taking Jackie-boy's hand and wiping out everyone in the car.
23rd Mar '15 3:13:03 AM maxwellsilver
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* FrankMiller's ''SinCity'' comics are full of Moments of Awesome. Marv's best might be breaking down a barred metal door through pure stubbornness.

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* FrankMiller's ''SinCity'' Creator/FrankMiller's ''ComicBook/SinCity'' comics are full of Moments of Awesome. Marv's best might be breaking down a barred metal door through pure stubbornness.
25th Dec '14 5:47:24 AM JackWhitehead
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** And Marv helping her by killing almost every single {{mook}} Roark has. Two were run over with a motorcycle, several were killed with [[GunsAkimbo two shotguns]], at least a few were shot with an Uzi (before it jammed) and the rest were beaten to death with his ''bare hands''.
28th Aug '14 11:44:31 PM RushLimborg
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* After being tortured and humiliated by Senator Roark for beating him at cards once, Johnny, [[spoiler:the Senator's bastard son, returns the next night to another poker game and wipes the floor with him again. Humiliating the Senator again in front of his powerful friends, he ensures that the story of his defeat will be told throughout the city. [[DoomedMoralVictor Johnny does this despite knowing that the Senator will kill him for the embarrassment]] and [[FaceDeathWithDignity dies with dignity]].]]

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* After being tortured and humiliated by Senator Roark for beating him at cards once, Johnny, [[spoiler:the Senator's bastard son, returns the next night to another poker game and wipes the floor with him again. Humiliating the Senator again in front of his powerful friends, he ensures that the story of his defeat will be told throughout the city. [[DoomedMoralVictor Johnny does this despite knowing that the Senator will kill him for the embarrassment]] and [[FaceDeathWithDignity dies with dignity]].]]]]
** Johnny's EstablishingCharacterMoment sequence has him showing off both his knack for good luck (by beating the slot machines in a manner that would please [[Series/HappyDays Fonzie]]) and his immense sense of style (his coin flipping).
28th Aug '14 11:38:01 PM RushLimborg
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** The immortal exchange between Marv and "Padre":
--> '''Padre:''' And what have been your sins, my son?
--> '''Marv:''' Well, padre, I don't wanna keep you up all night, so I'll just fill you in on the latest batch....
** '''''BANG!!!''''' "Worth dyin' for..." '''''BANG!!!''''' "Worth killin' for...'' '''''BANG!!!''''' "Worth goin' to Hell, for."
*** "Amen."
22nd Aug '14 7:42:54 PM Gregzilla
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* After being tortured and humiliated by Senator Roark for beating him at cards once, Johnny, [[spoiler:the Senator's bastard son, returns the next night to another poker game and wipes the floor with him again. Humiliating the Senator again in front of his powerful friends, he ensures that the story of his defeat will be told throughout the city. Johnny does this despite knowing that the Senator will kill him for the embarrassment and [[FaceDeathWithDignity dies with dignity]].]]

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* After being tortured and humiliated by Senator Roark for beating him at cards once, Johnny, [[spoiler:the Senator's bastard son, returns the next night to another poker game and wipes the floor with him again. Humiliating the Senator again in front of his powerful friends, he ensures that the story of his defeat will be told throughout the city. [[DoomedMoralVictor Johnny does this despite knowing that the Senator will kill him for the embarrassment embarrassment]] and [[FaceDeathWithDignity dies with dignity]].]]
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