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26th Sep '16 11:44:37 PM RAMChYLD
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* [[{{expy}} Speedy-Joe]]'s special attack in ''VideoGame/PocketArcadeStory''.
6th Aug '16 3:17:23 PM rafi
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** In Issue 36 of ''Outsiders'', a villainous speedster punches Grace Choi in the face ''25,000 times'' in just a few seconds. Even with her regenerative abilities, she looks like raw hamburger afterward.

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** In Issue 36 of ''Outsiders'', ''[[Comicbook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders Outsiders]]'', a villainous speedster punches Grace Choi in the face ''25,000 times'' in just a few seconds. Even with her regenerative abilities, she looks like raw hamburger afterward.
6th Aug '16 3:15:52 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i40tQAF5bUs One]] of the ComicBook/TheFlash's Heroic Brutalities in ''MortalKombat vs. DCUniverse'' is this.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i40tQAF5bUs One]] of the ComicBook/TheFlash's Heroic Brutalities in ''MortalKombat vs. DCUniverse'' ''VideoGame/MortalKombatVsDCUniverse'' is this.
2nd Aug '16 10:46:03 AM caivu
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** In Issue 36 of ''ComicBook/Outsiders'', a villainous speedster punches Grace Choi in the face ''25,000 times'' in just a few seconds. Even with her regenerative abilities, she looks like raw hamburger afterward.

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** In Issue 36 of ''ComicBook/Outsiders'', ''Outsiders'', a villainous speedster punches Grace Choi in the face ''25,000 times'' in just a few seconds. Even with her regenerative abilities, she looks like raw hamburger afterward.
2nd Aug '16 9:36:06 AM 32_Footsteps
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* Early on in ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom'', stores sell the technique books for Stone Hands and Dragon Feet, which turn Alex and Ryan's punches and kicks (respectively) into a rapid flurry of attacks. Available much later, the technique book for Grand Slam does this for weapons as well.
1st Aug '16 10:34:41 AM YourEternalTroper
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** Ralf Jones (from that same game series, but also ''IkariWarriors'' and ''VideoGame/MetalSlug 6'' and ''7'') has a signature move called the Vulcan Punch, in where he throws a barrage of explosive jabs at his enemy. In the Metal Slug games, it's his go-to ''anti-tank'' weapon. He takes it to another level in both his [=SDMs=] - Exploding Vulcan Punch does a superpowered version where he mixes his Gatling Attack and the Vulcan Punch, ending with a monstrous uppercut that pounds his opponent right off the screen, while Horse-Mounted Vulcan Punch has him tackle the opponent to the ground, then proceed to ''violently punch them in the head repeatedly with flaming fists'' and end by rearing back and delivering one last, explosive punch that basically drills the hapless opponent's head in the ground. It honestly makes the player feel sorry for whoever is receiving the beatdown. He [[UpToEleven ups the ante]] in KOF XIII with his Jet Vulcan [=NeoMax=] and as a [[ShoutOut nod]] to Luffy above, he evens TurnsRed and emits steam.

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** Ralf Jones (from that same game series, but also ''IkariWarriors'' and ''VideoGame/MetalSlug 6'' and ''7'') has a signature move called the Vulcan Punch, in where he throws a barrage of explosive jabs at his enemy. In the Metal Slug games, it's his go-to ''anti-tank'' weapon. He takes it to another level in both his [=SDMs=] - Exploding Vulcan Punch does a superpowered version where he mixes his Gatling Attack and the Vulcan Punch, ending with a monstrous uppercut that pounds his opponent right off the screen, while Horse-Mounted Vulcan Punch has him tackle the opponent to the ground, then proceed to ''violently punch them in the head repeatedly with flaming fists'' and end by rearing back and delivering one last, explosive punch that basically drills the hapless opponent's head in the ground. It honestly makes the player feel sorry for whoever is receiving the beatdown. He [[UpToEleven ups the ante]] in KOF XIII with his Jet Vulcan [=NeoMax=] and as a [[ShoutOut nod]] to Luffy above, he evens even TurnsRed and emits steam.
1st Aug '16 10:33:37 AM YourEternalTroper
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** Ralf Jones (from that same game series, but also ''IkariWarriors'' and ''VideoGame/MetalSlug 6'' and ''7'') has a signature move called the Vulcan Punch, in where he throws a barrage of explosive jabs at his enemy. In the Metal Slug games, it's his go-to ''anti-tank'' weapon. He takes it to another level in both his SDMs - Exploding Vulcan Punch does a superpowered version where he mixes his Gatling Attack and the Vulcan Punch, ending with a monstrous uppercut that pounds his opponent right off the screen, while Horse-Mounted Vulcan Punch has him tackle the opponent to the ground, then proceed to ''violently punch them in the head repeatedly with flaming fists'' and end by rearing back and delivering one last, explosive punch that basically drills the hapless opponent's head in the ground. It honestly makes the player feel sorry for whoever is receiving the beatdown. He [[UpToEleven ups the ante]] in KOF XIII with his Jet Vulcan NeoMax and as a [[ShoutOut nod]] to Luffy above, he evens [[TurnsRed turns red]] and emits steam.

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** Ralf Jones (from that same game series, but also ''IkariWarriors'' and ''VideoGame/MetalSlug 6'' and ''7'') has a signature move called the Vulcan Punch, in where he throws a barrage of explosive jabs at his enemy. In the Metal Slug games, it's his go-to ''anti-tank'' weapon. He takes it to another level in both his SDMs [=SDMs=] - Exploding Vulcan Punch does a superpowered version where he mixes his Gatling Attack and the Vulcan Punch, ending with a monstrous uppercut that pounds his opponent right off the screen, while Horse-Mounted Vulcan Punch has him tackle the opponent to the ground, then proceed to ''violently punch them in the head repeatedly with flaming fists'' and end by rearing back and delivering one last, explosive punch that basically drills the hapless opponent's head in the ground. It honestly makes the player feel sorry for whoever is receiving the beatdown. He [[UpToEleven ups the ante]] in KOF XIII with his Jet Vulcan NeoMax [=NeoMax=] and as a [[ShoutOut nod]] to Luffy above, he evens [[TurnsRed turns red]] TurnsRed and emits steam.
17th Jun '16 1:41:46 PM Willbyr
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%%* Prison Chain Ikari from ''{{Eyeshield 21}}''.

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%%* Prison Chain Ikari from ''{{Eyeshield ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}''.
18th Apr '16 3:01:58 PM Dere
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* ''Anime/SonicX'': Knuckles the Echidna did this once in order to break through a thick metal door.
3rd Apr '16 4:26:02 PM looneynightmare
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* The Flash defeats Weather Wizard with this method at the end of their fight in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueVsTeenTitand''.

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* The Flash defeats Weather Wizard with this method at the end of their fight in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueVsTeenTitand''.''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueVsTeenTitans''.
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