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30th Jan '16 8:48:34 AM Kalmbach
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* Everett in ''OBrotherWhereArtThou'' tries to beat up his wife's new man, thinking the little nerdy-looking Vernon will be easy to defeat. [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass However,]] Vernon adopts the classic pugilistic pose, easily dodges Everett's clumsy swings, then punches his lights out with a swift, unanswered jabs.
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* Everett in ''OBrotherWhereArtThou'' tries to beat up his wife's new man, thinking the little nerdy-looking Vernon will be easy to defeat. [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass However,]] Vernon adopts the classic pugilistic pose, easily dodges Everett's clumsy swings, then punches his lights out with a swift, unanswered jabs.
30th Jan '16 8:42:02 AM Kalmbach
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* Everett in ''[[OBrotherWhereArtThou]]'' tries to beat up his wife's new man, thinking the little nerdy-looking Vernon will be easy to defeat. [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass However,]] Vernon adopts the classic pugilistic pose, easily dodges Everett's clumsy swings, then punches his lights out with a swift, unanswered jabs.
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* Everett in ''[[OBrotherWhereArtThou]]'' ''OBrotherWhereArtThou'' tries to beat up his wife's new man, thinking the little nerdy-looking Vernon will be easy to defeat. [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass However,]] Vernon adopts the classic pugilistic pose, easily dodges Everett's clumsy swings, then punches his lights out with a swift, unanswered jabs.
30th Jan '16 8:37:17 AM Kalmbach
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* Everett in ''[[OBrotherWhereArtThou]]'' tries to beat up his wife's new man, thinking the little nerdy-looking Vernon will be easy to defeat. [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass However,]] Vernon adopts the classic pugilistic pose, easily dodges Everett's clumsy swings, then punches his lights out with a swift, unanswered jabs.
25th Jan '16 2:10:49 PM TheGreatAspara
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* ''ComicBook/GothamCentral'' features this as a frequent necessity since, though a comic book set in the world of Franchise/{{Batman}}, none of the characters are superheroes in any way, shape or form. As such, they are often forced to face off against "freaks" (supervillains) with only regular guns or, sometimes, just their bare hands. When Dr. Alchemy, a ''ComicBook/TheFlash'' villain, is brought to Gotham City and tries to escape, Renee Montoya is forced to beat him down with her bare hands after he turns all guns and metals in the room into poisonous and noxious elements (His name is Dr. ''Alchemy'', he can do stuff like that). Once she manages to drop him to the floor she ''keeps going'' (Some say PoliceBrutality, others say... well, others also say PoliceBrutality, but he ''[[AssholeVictim really]]'' [[AssholeVictim deserved it]]), and did it all despite the fact that he was armed with some bizarre alchemical superweapon.
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* ''ComicBook/GothamCentral'' features this as a frequent necessity since, though a comic book set in the world of Franchise/{{Batman}}, none of the characters are superheroes in any way, shape or form. As such, they are often forced to face off against "freaks" (supervillains) with only regular guns or, sometimes, just their bare hands. When Dr. Alchemy, a ''ComicBook/TheFlash'' villain, is brought to Gotham City and tries to escape, Renee Montoya is forced to beat him down with her bare hands after he turns all guns and metals in the room into poisonous and noxious elements (His name is Dr. ''Alchemy'', he can do stuff like that). Once she manages to drop him to the floor she ''keeps going'' (Some say PoliceBrutality, others say... well, others also say PoliceBrutality, but he ''[[AssholeVictim really]]'' [[AssholeVictim really deserved it]]), and did it all despite the fact that he was armed with some bizarre alchemical superweapon.
3rd Jan '16 10:22:39 PM Perseus
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** The Heroes of [[Webcomic/ThePowerOfTheVoid Void]] tend to rely on "[[StealthPun fistkind]]" as their WeaponOfChoice.[[note]]The pun: They're using their natural abilities by "wielding nothing" in battle.[[/note]]
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** The Heroes of [[Webcomic/ThePowerOfTheVoid [[ThePowerOfTheVoid Void]] tend to rely on "[[StealthPun fistkind]]" as their WeaponOfChoice.[[note]]The pun: They're using their natural abilities by "wielding nothing" in battle.[[/note]]
3rd Jan '16 10:20:20 PM Perseus
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As Milla is still part of Jude's story, that trope doesn't apply.
** ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' has Jude, [[SchrodingersPlayerCharacter one of two possible main characters]].
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** ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' has Jude, [[SchrodingersPlayerCharacter one of two possible main characters]].characters.
30th Dec '15 10:54:01 PM IronicMouse
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* ''AgentCarter'': The titular Peggy Carter solves most of her problems using a combination of GoodOldFisticuffs and [[Improvised Weapon]]s, in keeping with her very practical, resourceful personality. This is in contrast to [[spoiler: Dottie, a first generation BlackWidow]], who is proficient in WaifFu, as well as to CaptainAmerica's use of LeParkour and [[ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks his trademark shield]].
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* ''AgentCarter'': The titular Peggy Carter solves most of her problems using a combination of GoodOldFisticuffs and [[Improvised Weapon]]s, {{Improvised Weapon}}s, in keeping with her very practical, resourceful personality. This is in contrast to [[spoiler: Dottie, a first generation BlackWidow]], who is proficient in WaifFu, as well as to CaptainAmerica's use of LeParkour and [[ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks his trademark shield]].
30th Dec '15 10:53:39 PM IronicMouse
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* ''AgentCarter'': The titular Peggy Carter solves most of her problems using a combination of GoodOldFisticuffs and [[Improvised Weapon]]s, in keeping with her very practical, resourceful personality. This is in contrast to [[spoiler: Dottie, a first generation BlackWidow]], who is proficient in WaifFu, as well as to CaptainAmerica's use of LeParkour and [[ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks his trademark shield]].
13th Dec '15 6:07:03 AM MrKosta
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* This is Ray's fighting style in ''Film/{{Bloodsport}}''
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* This is Ray's Jackson's fighting style in ''Film/{{Bloodsport}}''''Film/{{Bloodsport}}''.
13th Dec '15 6:05:57 AM MrKosta
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* This is Ray's fighting style in [[Film/{{Bloodsport}}]]
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* This is Ray's fighting style in [[Film/{{Bloodsport}}]]''Film/{{Bloodsport}}''
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