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** Then in ''[[Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar Civil War]]'', he uses Cap's [[MadeOfIndestructium shield]] to help clear the way of mooks... with Cap still wielding it.
15th Jun '16 9:44:06 PM SSJMagus
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* In the new Marvel ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'' comics, Chewbacca is a big fan of this. In ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsVaderDown Vader Down]]'', he fights Triple-Zero by ripping off its arm and beating the assassin droid with it. And in [[ComicBook/StarWarsChewbacca his eponymous series]], Chewie dispatches a human mook by smashing a Gonk droid over the thug's head.
14th Jun '16 7:59:20 AM Kitch
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* In ''Webcomic/ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings'', Jared catches a Magikarp in ''Franchise/{{Pokémon}}'', and levels it up by bludgeoning other Pokémon with it. He eventually gets his Magikarp, Mr. Fish, [[MagikarpPower to evolve into Gyarados]].

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* In ''Webcomic/ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings'', Jared catches a Magikarp in ''Franchise/{{Pokémon}}'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', and levels it up by bludgeoning other Pokémon with it. He eventually gets his Magikarp, Mr. Fish, [[MagikarpPower to evolve into Gyarados]].
14th Jun '16 7:58:47 AM Kitch
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* In ''Webcomic/ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings'', Jared catches a Magikarp in ''Franchise/{{Pokémon}}'', and levels it up by bludgeoning other Pokémon with it. He eventually gets his Magikarp, Mr. Fish, [[MagikarpPower to evolve into Gyarados]].
31st May '16 1:33:46 PM merotoker
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* Self: If you're not particularly worried about the loss of your own body parts (hint: being a HumongousMecha or a HollywoodCyborg helps), you may, in a last-ditch situation, choose to use your own limb as a weapon.

Alternatively, characters gifted with SuperStrength may eschew the dismemberment completely and use an entire body as a weapon. This is also an alternative for mechs of the appropriate size in relation to the body being used. Of course, you'd have to be nuts (or [[BashBrothers really, REALLY]], [[BattleCouple trusting]] / [[NighInvulnerable durable]]) to let anyone do that to you, which is why most "weapons" are either dead or unconscious -- or will be by the time you're done. May be combined with MetronomicManMashing if you're attacking both the person you're hitting and the person you're hitting ''with''.

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* Self: If you're not particularly worried about the loss of your own body parts (hint: being a HumongousMecha or a HollywoodCyborg {{Cyborg}} helps), you may, in a last-ditch situation, choose to use your own limb as a weapon.

Alternatively, characters gifted with SuperStrength may eschew the dismemberment completely and use an entire body as a weapon. This is also an alternative for mechs of the appropriate size in relation to the body being used. Of course, you'd have to be nuts (or [[BashBrothers really, REALLY]], [[BattleCouple trusting]] / [[NighInvulnerable [[NighInvulnerability durable]]) to let anyone do that to you, which is why most "weapons" are either dead or unconscious -- or will be by the time you're done. May be combined with MetronomicManMashing if you're attacking both the person you're hitting and the person you're hitting ''with''.



* In D. Gray-man, Allen Walker, an exorcist, during his fight with Tykki-Mikk in the Ark, was able to turn his arm into a large sword.

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* In D. Gray-man, ''Manga/DGrayMan'', Allen Walker, an exorcist, during his fight with Tykki-Mikk in the Ark, was able to turn his arm into a large sword.



* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'': Not harmful per se, but during the Magic World arc Fate's [[spoiler:arm is cut off during a fight]]. He then proceeds to console a member of his AmazonBrigade with the severed arm, in a rare moment of ComicallySerious for a character who normally comes off as a SpearCounterpart ReiAyanamiExpy.

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* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'': Not harmful per se, but during the Magic World arc Fate's [[spoiler:arm is cut off during a fight]]. He then proceeds to console a member of his AmazonBrigade with the severed arm, in a rare moment of ComicallySerious for a character who normally comes off as a SpearCounterpart [[DistaffCounterpart Spear Counterpart]] ReiAyanamiExpy.



* ''Hilariously'' used in Manga/{{Bleach}}, when [[spoiler: Zombie!Charlotte]] tosses [[spoiler: Zombie!Bambietta]] at [[spoiler: Mayuri Kurotsuchi]]. It would seem that this is an accident since [[spoiler: Charlotte tosses Bambietta aside and into a building when she attacks him]], but his reply when [[spoiler: Mayuri]] points out that he was almost hit confirms the trope:

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* ''Hilariously'' used in Manga/{{Bleach}}, ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'', when [[spoiler: Zombie!Charlotte]] tosses [[spoiler: Zombie!Bambietta]] at [[spoiler: Mayuri Kurotsuchi]]. It would seem that this is an accident since [[spoiler: Charlotte tosses Bambietta aside and into a building when she attacks him]], but his reply when [[spoiler: Mayuri]] points out that he was almost hit confirms the trope:



** Also [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arm_Fall_Off_Boy Arm Fall Off Boy]] will rip his ''own'' arm off and beat you with the wet end.
* A [[WartimeCartoon WWII-era]] ''Cat-Man'' featured the eponymous hero [[http://superdickery.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&catid=35%3Apropaganda-index&id=869%3Amore-cat-man&Itemid=24 beating up a German soldier with a Japanese one]].

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** Also [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arm_Fall_Off_Boy org/wiki/Arm-Fall-Off-Boy Arm Fall Off Boy]] will rip his ''own'' arm off and beat you with the wet end.
* A [[WartimeCartoon WWII-era]] ''Cat-Man'' featured the eponymous hero [[http://superdickery.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&catid=35%3Apropaganda-index&id=869%3Amore-cat-man&Itemid=24 [[http://www.superdickery.com/more-cat-man/ beating up a German soldier with a Japanese one]].



* One of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'s trademark attacks is the "FastballSpecial", where Colossus throws ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, claws outstretched, at the enemy. Other characters have done it too and called it such; at least once Nocturne possessed somebody in this manner.

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* One of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'s ComicBook/XMen's trademark attacks is the "FastballSpecial", where Colossus throws ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, claws outstretched, at the enemy. Other characters have done it too and called it such; at least once Nocturne possessed somebody in this manner.



* ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} once threw Alani aka [[Characters/XMenOtherTeams Loa]] at a bunch of BackFromTheDead zombie Acolytes. GrievousHarmWithABody is a lot more effective if said body has the power to dissolve matter on contact.

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* ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} once threw Alani aka [[Characters/XMenOtherTeams Loa]] at a bunch of BackFromTheDead zombie Acolytes. GrievousHarmWithABody This trope is [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/14/143741/2914780-xforceannual1loahasseri.jpg a lot more effective if said body has the power to dissolve matter on contact.]]



* In the final battle of ''Comicbook/GodzillaRulersofEarth'' volume 4, Godzilla grabs Anguirus's tail and uses him as a club against Mecha-King Ghidorah, swinging Angy so that he hits MKG with his hardened, spiked back. It is somewhat odd that the large spikes on Angy's tail don't make Godzilla's hands/paws bleed, especially given that the series has shown the Big G and other kaiju bleeding before.

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* In the final battle of ''Comicbook/GodzillaRulersofEarth'' ''Comicbook/GodzillaRulersOfEarth'' volume 4, Godzilla grabs Anguirus's tail and uses him as a club against Mecha-King Ghidorah, swinging Angy so that he hits MKG with his hardened, spiked back. It is somewhat odd that the large spikes on Angy's tail don't make Godzilla's hands/paws bleed, especially given that the series has shown the Big G and other kaiju bleeding before.



* Referenced in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest'' movie after Will has been knocked out with an oar. "Leave him lie, unless you plan on using him to hit something!"

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* Referenced in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest'' movie after Will has been knocked out with an oar. "Leave him lie, unless you plan on using him to hit something!"



** After [[KidAppealCharacter Bumblebee]] [[spoiler:kills Ravage... [[FamilyUnfriendlyDeath by peeling him]]... he uses what's left to smack Rampage in the face.]]

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** After [[KidAppealCharacter Bumblebee]] [[spoiler:kills Ravage... [[FamilyUnfriendlyDeath by peeling him]]... he uses what's left to smack Rampage in the face.]]face]].



* Similar to the Jet Li example above, in ''Film/ScottPilgrimVsTheWorld'', Scott is [[WouldNotHitAGirl unwilling to attack Roxanne]] (one of Ramona's evil ex's). Ramona first fights off Roxanne with a giant hammer, but is told that Scott must be the one to defeat her. So, Ramona jumps behind Scott and starts moving his arms and feet to land punches and kicks on Roxanne.

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* Similar to the Jet Li example above, in ''Film/ScottPilgrimVsTheWorld'', Scott is [[WouldNotHitAGirl [[WouldntHitAGirl unwilling to attack Roxanne]] (one of Ramona's evil ex's). Ramona first fights off Roxanne with a giant hammer, but is told that Scott must be the one to defeat her. So, Ramona jumps behind Scott and starts moving his arms and feet to land punches and kicks on Roxanne.



* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's novel ''Literature/TheNakedSun'', a robot's detachable arm is used as a murder weapon. The [[ThreeLawsOfRobotics First Law]] did not kick in, because the robot did not know until too late what would happen as a result of carrying out its instructions (which were to await the next furious argument between the murder target and his wife, then detach its arm and hand it to her).

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* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's novel ''Literature/TheNakedSun'', a robot's detachable arm is used as a murder weapon. The [[ThreeLawsOfRobotics [[ThreeLawsCompliant First Law]] did not kick in, because the robot did not know until too late what would happen as a result of carrying out its instructions (which were to await the next furious argument between the murder target and his wife, then detach its arm and hand it to her).



** Also a common battle-tactic of Droods in Green's ''SecretHistories'' series. At one point, Eddie takes down a helicopter by picking up one of the Mooks who've been machine-gunning him and [[HelicopterBlender tossing the man into the rotors]].

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** Also a common battle-tactic of Droods in Green's ''SecretHistories'' ''Literature/SecretHistories'' series. At one point, Eddie takes down a helicopter by picking up one of the Mooks who've been machine-gunning him and [[HelicopterBlender tossing the man into the rotors]].



* ''Series/TrueBlood'': When a JerkAss tries to [[spoiler:put silver in his face, [[EnsembleDarkhorse Eric Northman]] flips shit, rips off the guy's arm, and beats him with it. There is no GoryDiscretionShot.]]

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* ''Series/TrueBlood'': When a JerkAss tries to [[spoiler:put silver in his face, [[EnsembleDarkhorse Eric Northman]] flips shit, rips off the guy's arm, and beats him with it. There is no GoryDiscretionShot.]]GoryDiscretionShot]].



* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2'' allows its protagonists to pick up enemies and throw them at others.
** Mario could also do this with certain enemies in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong'' for the GameBoy (and ''VideoGame/MarioVsDonkeyKong'').

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* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2'' allows its protagonists to pick up enemies and throw them at others.
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others. Mario could also do this with certain enemies in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong'' for the GameBoy UsefulNotes/GameBoy (and ''VideoGame/MarioVsDonkeyKong'').



* In ''VideoGame/SonicUnleashed'', Sonic's Werehog form is usually doing this to enemies if he isn't hitting them with his bare claws. The flavor text for the Little and Red Rex enemies even suggests trying this.
** And it's completely, utterly ''hilarious''.

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* In ''VideoGame/SonicUnleashed'', Sonic's Werehog form is usually doing this to enemies if he isn't hitting them with his bare claws. The flavor text for the Little and Red Rex enemies even suggests trying this.
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this. And it's completely, utterly ''hilarious''.



* There's a club in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate II'' that is made from the leg of its creator. Apparently after his family was killed by zombies he cut if off and enchanted it. It deals extra damage to the undead, possibly less to do with the enchantment than because he was just that pissed.

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* There's a club in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate II'' ''VideoGame/BaldursGateII'' that is made from the leg of its creator. Apparently after his family was killed by zombies he cut if off and enchanted it. It deals extra damage to the undead, possibly less to do with the enchantment than because he was just that pissed.



** Also from II, the Final Mix version has one Reaction Command in the fight with [[spoiler: Larxene, where Sora ''pummels her with her own'' ''[[DopplegangerAttack clone]]'' ''and then merges the two together from the force of the attack''.]]

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** Also from II, the Final Mix version has one Reaction Command in the fight with [[spoiler: Larxene, where Sora ''pummels her with her own'' ''[[DopplegangerAttack clone]]'' ''and then merges the two together from the force of the attack''.]]attack'']].



* Most melee attacks were DummiedOut of the first ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}'', but apparently all items have a melee damage value, which can be re-enabled via a glitch. Bodies do [[PowersOfTwoMinusOne 255]] damage, and are the most damaging weapons in the game by a wide margin, but are extremely heavy as a tradeoff. Still, there is something to be said for beating a Sectoid to death with another Sectoid...

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* Most melee attacks were DummiedOut of the first ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}'', ''VideoGame/XCom'', but apparently all items have a melee damage value, which can be re-enabled via a glitch. Bodies do [[PowersOfTwoMinusOne 255]] damage, and are the most damaging weapons in the game by a wide margin, but are extremely heavy as a tradeoff. Still, there is something to be said for beating a Sectoid to death with another Sectoid...



* In ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors 4'', any body sent flying through the air dealt collision damage to anyone behind it...usually on the order of ''their entire lifebar''. It didn't matter if the party on the receiving end of the impact were {{Mook}}s, random officers, or named generals, everyone died equally to flying corpses. This made officers with attacks that sent people flying highly dangerous to be around--Taishi Ci and Xu Zhu were monsters because they could annihilate players without ever attacking them, and Lu Bu was even ''more'' nightmarish than before.

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* In ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors 4'', any body sent flying through the air dealt collision damage to anyone behind it...usually on the order of ''their entire lifebar''. It didn't matter if the party on the receiving end of the impact were {{Mook}}s, {{Mooks}}, random officers, or named generals, everyone died equally to flying corpses. This made officers with attacks that sent people flying highly dangerous to be around--Taishi Ci and Xu Zhu were monsters because they could annihilate players without ever attacking them, and Lu Bu was even ''more'' nightmarish than before.



* In the modern ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' trilogy, {{Izuna Drop}}ping one enemy onto another will OHK that one as well.

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* In the modern ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' trilogy, {{Izuna Drop}}ping [[SpinningPiledriver Izuna Dropping]] one enemy onto another will OHK that one as well.



* ''Webcomic/KidRadd'' features this as an actual FinishingMove, where Radd picks up the NighInvulnerable Sheena and uses her to beat Kobayashi (pun ''very'' intended).

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* ''Webcomic/KidRadd'' features this as an actual FinishingMove, where Radd picks up the NighInvulnerable {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le Sheena and uses her to beat Kobayashi (pun ''very'' intended).



* In ''{{Webcomic/Nodwick}}'', Yeagar has to have weapon specialization in Henchman. And since they tend to be shorter, he doesn't even have to disassemble Nodwick before attacking with him.

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* In ''{{Webcomic/Nodwick}}'', ''{{ComicStrip/Nodwick}}'', Yeagar has to have weapon specialization in Henchman. And since they tend to be shorter, he doesn't even have to disassemble Nodwick before attacking with him.



* [[MyWayEntertainment Don't mess with Juggernaut.]] He'll [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSuvOVH0aSQ hit you with your own pimp]].

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* [[MyWayEntertainment [[WebVideo/MyWayEntertainment Don't mess with Juggernaut.]] He'll [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSuvOVH0aSQ hit you with your own pimp]].



* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Kole is a girl whose ability is to transform into immobile diamond. Her best pal Gnarrk is a thawed-out caveman. When they need to fight, Kole willingly becomes a super-hard club for him to swing.
** Not just a club. She'll shape herself into whatever form best suits the moment, able to de-diamond, move, re-diamond, and be used in an instant, which shows the insanely good coordination between her and her partner, as well as the ability to think fast. It sounds like WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway, [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower but seen in action it's pretty sweet.]]
** She's also able to use her diamond form as a refracting lens for Starfire's starbolts.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Kole is a girl whose ability is to transform into immobile diamond. Her best pal Gnarrk is a thawed-out caveman. When they need to fight, Kole willingly becomes a super-hard club for him to swing.
** Not just a club.
swing. She'll shape herself into whatever form best suits the moment, able to de-diamond, move, re-diamond, and be used in an instant, which shows the insanely good coordination between her and her partner, as well as the ability to think fast. It sounds like WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway, [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower but seen in action it's pretty sweet.]]
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]] She's also able to use her diamond form as a refracting lens for Starfire's starbolts.



* Almost happened on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' when Homer was temporarily in charge of a navy fleet and accidentally shot the captain out while he was inspecting the torpedoes. The captain on the other ship tells his crew to respond in kind and when [[ExactWords they then grab him]], he clarifies that he meant with a torpedo.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''
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Almost happened on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' when Homer was temporarily in charge of a navy fleet and accidentally shot the captain out while he was inspecting the torpedoes. The captain on the other ship tells his crew to respond in kind and when [[ExactWords they then grab him]], he clarifies that he meant with a torpedo.
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* ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'' contains an example in the first between the demon Zodd and the main characters, Guts and Griffith. Griffith, after Zodd transforms into his monstrous true form, chops Zodd's arm clean off with one slice ([[ImplausibleFencingPowers somehow]]). Zodd then promptly picks up his severed arm and uses it to smack Griffith down, knocking him unconscious.

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* ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'' contains an example in the first between the demon Zodd and the main characters, Guts and Griffith. Griffith, after Zodd transforms into his monstrous true form, chops Zodd's arm clean off with one slice ([[ImplausibleFencingPowers ([[CleanCut somehow]]). Zodd then promptly picks up his severed arm and uses it to smack Griffith down, knocking him unconscious.
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* The Music/NinjaSexParty song ''Samurai Abstinence Patrol'' describes a heated battle, during which "[[AxCrazy Brian]] stabbed some random guy with a different guy."
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* In issue 3 of the Franchise/{{Transformers}} comic mini-series "Headmasters", Fortress Maximus throws Skullcruncher (in beast mode) into Scorponok to throw off his aim.
** Also, an issue of Transformers where Apeface has his arm ripped off while in gorilla mode. He proceeds to pummel everything in sight with it.

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* ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'':
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In issue 3 of the Franchise/{{Transformers}} comic mini-series "Headmasters", Fortress Maximus throws Skullcruncher (in beast mode) into Scorponok to throw off his aim.
** Also, an issue of Transformers ''Transformers'' where Apeface has his arm ripped off while in gorilla mode. He proceeds to pummel everything in sight with it.it.
** ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' has [[MotorMouth Swerve]] saving [[TheAce Thunder Clash]] from what turns out to be an opportunistic spy and would-be thief that's holding a gun to Thunder Clash's head... by sneaking up on the villain and bashing them over the head with the psychologist Rung in his mysterious "ornament" alternate mode, albeit here serving the role of "beating stick".



* ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' has [[MotorMouth Swerve]] saving [[TheAce Thunder Clash]] from what turns out to be an opportunistic spy and would-be thief that's holding a gun to Thunder Clash's head...by sneaking up on the villain and bashing them over the head with the psychologist Rung in his mysterious 'ornament' alternate mode, albeit here serving the role of 'beating stick.'
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-->-- '''Judge''', ''Webcomic/RustyAndCo''

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-->-- '''Judge''', '''[[http://rustyandco.com/comic/level-8-1/ Judge]]''', ''Webcomic/RustyAndCo''



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* On his album ''On The Road'', Creator/GeorgeCarlin had a bit where he talked about the perfect murder: Pick a guy up, and use him to kill another guy. Both die, and there's no murder weapon.
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-->'''Slim ''[flatly]'':''' [[DeadpanSnarker Swish swish. Twang twang.]]

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-->'''Slim ''[flatly]'':''' -->'''Slim:''' (''flatly'') [[DeadpanSnarker Swish swish. Twang twang.]]



--> '''Bystander''': What seems to be your boggle?
--> '''Phoenix''': My boggle? Oh, brother. [beat] Hold on... how much do you weigh?
--> '''Bystander''': Well... I happen to weigh exactly... * GRAB * WAAAUUGGHH *SMASH*

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--> '''Bystander''': -->'''Bystander:''' What seems to be your boggle?
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boggle?\\
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My boggle? Oh, brother. [beat] (''beat'') Hold on... how much do you weigh?
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weigh?\\
'''Bystander:'''
Well... I happen to weigh exactly... * GRAB * (''grab'') WAAAUUGGHH *SMASH*[=*SMASH*=]



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* A common theme in men's adventure pulp magazines from the 1950s feature cover stories of attacks by vicious animals - one titled "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" showed a guy brandishing a weasel to club away at a swarm of weasels. This was also used for a swarm of monkeys, flying squirrels(!), etc.

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* A common theme in men's adventure pulp magazines from the 1950s feature cover stories of attacks by vicious animals - -- one titled "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" showed a guy brandishing a weasel to club away at a swarm of weasels. This was also used for a swarm of monkeys, flying squirrels(!), etc.



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* On his album ''On The Road'', Creator/GeorgeCarlin had a bit where he talked about the perfect murder: Pick a guy up, and use him to kill another guy. Both die, and there's no murder weapon.
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* On his album ''On The Road'', Creator/GeorgeCarlin had a bit where he talked about the perfect murder: Pick a guy up, and use him to kill another guy. Both die, and there's no murder weapon.
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* ''{{Webcomic/Girly}}'': Otra uses Winter to [[http://girlyyy.com/go/510 beat off vore fetishists]].

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* ''{{Webcomic/Girly}}'': ''Webcomic/{{Girly}}'': Otra uses Winter to [[http://girlyyy.com/go/510 beat off vore fetishists]].



* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''

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** In ''It's A Trap!'' (the ''ReturnOfTheJedi'' parody), four female stormtroopers are jumped by Ewoks; each grabs her furry assailant and slams it around until it dies. Then use them against each other in a "pillow" fight.

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** In ''It's A Trap!'' "It's a Trap!" (the ''ReturnOfTheJedi'' ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' parody), four female stormtroopers are jumped by Ewoks; each grabs her furry assailant and slams it around until it dies. Then use them against each other in a "pillow" fight.



* In the WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers episode "Pig of Action", when the Cadet is transformed into a super strong juggernaut, he uses Dodgers as a club to fight the Klunkins.
-->'''Dodgers:''' ''(inner thoughts)'' You know, for a minute there I thought this was real. But it must be a dream, because if it wasn't, this would really hurt. ''(whack!)'' And I don't feel a thing. As a matter of fact, my whole face seems to be num. ''(whack!)''

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* In the WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers'' episode "Pig of Action", when the Cadet is transformed into a super strong super-strong juggernaut, he uses Dodgers as a club to fight the Klunkins.
-->'''Dodgers:''' ''(inner thoughts)'' (''inner thoughts'') You know, for a minute there I thought this was real. But it must be a dream, because if it wasn't, this would really hurt. ''(whack!)'' (''whack!'') And I don't feel a thing. As a matter of fact, my whole face seems to be num. ''(whack!)''numb. (''whack!'')



* TruthInTelevision: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liver-Eating_Johnson John Johnson, aka Liver Eatin' Johnson]] after being captured by a group of Blackfoot warriors, bit through his bonds, killed the man guarding him, cut off his leg, and used it to fight his way out of the camp.
** And then he [[ImAHumanitarian ate it]].

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* TruthInTelevision: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liver-Eating_Johnson John Johnson, aka Liver Eatin' Johnson]] after being captured by a group of Blackfoot warriors, bit through his bonds, killed the man guarding him, cut off his leg, and used it to fight his way out of the camp.
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camp. And then he [[ImAHumanitarian ate it]].



* [[BadWithTheBone Bones]] have been used at many points in history as weapons, mostly as either basic clubs, the bases for things like axes, or handles for knives.
** And, before the development of steel, for making blades sharper than could be done with iron (the Romans did this as razors, for instance).

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* [[BadWithTheBone Bones]] have been used at many points in history as weapons, mostly as either basic clubs, the bases for things like axes, or handles for knives.
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knives. And, before the development of steel, for making blades sharper than could be done with iron (the Romans did this as razors, for instance).



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** In a deleted scene of another episode, some school boys use Meg to beat up Chris.

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** In a deleted scene of another episode, some school boys can't decide whether to bully Chris or Meg, so they use Meg to beat up Chris.
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