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12th Jan '18 9:12:37 AM zehirmann666
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** Machine Gun Blows is an extremely fast and powerful serie of punches used mostly against ennemies [[UltimateLifeForm far]] [[ComicallyInvincibleHero stronger]] [[HighlyVisibleNinja than]] [[HeroKiller him]].

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** Genos' Machine Gun Blows is an extremely fast and powerful serie of punches used mostly against ennemies [[UltimateLifeForm far]] [[ComicallyInvincibleHero stronger]] [[HighlyVisibleNinja than]] [[HeroKiller him]].
4th Jan '18 12:58:11 PM zehirmann666
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** Machine Gun Blows is extremely fast and powerful series of punches used mostly against ennemies [[UltimateLifeForm far]] [[ComicallyInvincibleHero stronger]] [[HighlyVisibleNinja than]] [[HeroKiller him]].

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** Machine Gun Blows is an extremely fast and powerful series serie of punches used mostly against ennemies [[UltimateLifeForm far]] [[ComicallyInvincibleHero stronger]] [[HighlyVisibleNinja than]] [[HeroKiller him]].
27th Dec '17 1:36:25 AM Kytseo
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* Some Martial Arts schools have drills where two students partner up, fetch a pair of hand-strapped pads, and one of the students puts them on, and the other strikes the pads. It can look like this if the drill involves repeated use of, for example, Northern Shaolin's Backfist-Rake Punch combo, and the repetitions are done fast enough.
21st Dec '17 5:55:45 AM zehirmann666
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* ''Manga/OnePunchMan''
** Machine Gun Blows is extremely fast and powerful series of punches used mostly against ennemies [[UltimateLifeForm far]] [[ComicallyInvincibleHero stronger]] [[HighlyVisibleNinja than]] [[HeroKiller him]].
** Three words you really don't want to hear: "[[OneHitKill Consecutive]] [[MegatonPunch Normal]] [[NoKillLikeOverkill Punches]]".
11th Dec '17 5:49:57 AM Cryoclaste
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* Hitmonchan, a boxing monster from ''{{Pokemon}}''; according to the Pokedex in the original games, when it looks like it's just standing around, it's because its actually throwing ''mind-bogglingly lightning-fast'' volleys of punches (likely represented by Comet Punch).

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* Hitmonchan, a boxing monster from ''{{Pokemon}}''; ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''; according to the Pokedex in the original games, when it looks like it's just standing around, it's because its actually throwing ''mind-bogglingly lightning-fast'' volleys of punches (likely represented by Comet Punch).
8th Dec '17 10:35:05 AM Dimon
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When a character does this while ''armed'', it is a SpamAttack. This trope is a type of DeathInAllDirections. In trading power per hit for a large hit count, unless you're a LightningBruiser with both to spare, beware PunchPunchPunchUhOh. May result in DeathOfAThousandCuts. If two fighters capable of doing this attempt to outdo one another, the result is a PummelDuel.

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When a character does this while ''armed'', it is a SpamAttack. This trope is a type of DeathInAllDirections. In trading power per hit for a large hit count, unless you're a LightningBruiser with both to spare, beware PunchPunchPunchUhOh. May If punches are reatively weak, this may result in DeathOfAThousandCuts. If two fighters capable of doing this attempt to outdo one another, the result is a PummelDuel.
19th Oct '17 9:33:16 PM Stealth
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* ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'' has [[MightyGlacier Big]] [[MusicalGameplay Band]], can power up two LimitBreak attacks, which end with him beating the sweet baby Jesus out of someone with a [[PowerFist gigantic brass arm]] (as in, made of the musical instruments) in the spirit of this trope. He finishes the beating with a MegatonPunch that will [[PunchedAcrossTheRoom send any character flying and ricocheting off the edge of the screen]]. Most amusingly, he will actually go "TUBATUBATUBATUBA" in a ShoutOut to ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure''.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'' has [[MightyGlacier Big]] [[MusicalGameplay Band]], who can power up two of his LimitBreak attacks, which attacks so that they end with him beating the sweet baby Jesus out of someone his opponent with a [[PowerFist gigantic brass arm]] (as in, made of the musical instruments) in the spirit of this trope. He finishes the beating with a MegatonPunch that will [[PunchedAcrossTheRoom send any character flying and ricocheting off the edge of the screen]]. Most amusingly, he will actually go "TUBATUBATUBATUBA" in a ShoutOut to ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure''.
19th Oct '17 9:32:54 PM Stealth
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* ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'' has [[MightyGlacier Big]] [[MusicalGameplay Band]], can power up two LimitBreak attacks, which end with him beating the sweet baby Jesus out of someone with a [[PowerFist gigantic brass arm]] (as in, made of the musical instruments) in the spirit of this trope. He finishes the beating with a MegatonPunch that will [[PunchedAcrossTheRoom send any character flying and ricocheting off the edge of the screen]]. Most amusingly, he will actually go "TUBATUBATUBATUBA" in a ShoutOut to ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure''.
7th Sep '17 12:18:27 PM CosmicFerret
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* Bullet, ''VideoGame/FreedomForce'''s [[TheFlash Flash]] {{Expy}}, has three melee attacks. The second and third are the same as the first, but are respectively done three and six times in quick succession. [[LightningBruiser It adds up pretty quickly]].

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* Bullet, ''VideoGame/FreedomForce'''s [[TheFlash [[ComicBook/TheFlash Flash]] {{Expy}}, has three melee attacks. The second and third are the same as the first, but are respectively done three and six times in quick succession. [[LightningBruiser It adds up pretty quickly]].



* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' had TheFlash raining down who knows how many punches thrown at SuperSpeed on the downed [[spoiler: Luther/Brainiac fusion]] near the end of the second season.

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' had TheFlash ComicBook/TheFlash raining down who knows how many punches thrown at SuperSpeed on the downed [[spoiler: Luther/Brainiac fusion]] near the end of the second season.
23rd Aug '17 7:32:15 AM Triglavjim
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*** Important to note that Ip Man/Donnie Yen never uses it as an entry technique but as a kind of opportunistic battering of an opponent whose guard is already down. Rushing into an opponent's guard with chain-punches is embarrassing at best, suicidal at worst.
** The lead actor in ''Film/IpMan'', Donnie Yen, uses this as a sort of trademark in his movies, especially the ones he gets to choreograph himself. Punch flurries showed up a lot in Flash Point, and his character used palm flurries exclusively in Dragon Tiger Gate.
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