Smashing a fanboy's camera against a table is still a moment that's debated on within the forums. Badass heroism or macho protectionist nonsense, what is certain is that it is totally awesome. "Memory stick or camera. Your choice."
An hour or so later: Kimiko, taking out her anger and frustration on Piro, exclaims (after a tirade of similar insults) that he defended her because he thought it'd help him score later on that night. Piro, who's been his usual everything-is-my-fault self thus far, looks at her and simply says, "I didn't deserve that." The subway door then swishes shut between them.
Largo throughout Chapter Seven to Eight is just one long crowning moment of awesome, everything he does or says is awesome in some way or another awesome. This includes running Dom down twice, fixing Erika single-handed, making the cardboard horror store, getting blown up by a computer, fixing Ping and then blowing it with Erika. Yes, he spun even that into an incredibly awesome and funny scene. Such is the power of Largo.
This picture is the most badass, Crazy Awesome picture ever drawn. By the way, the writing on the road says "Stop". This adds a certain something to an already awesome scene.
His Stealing his L-phone back from Yuki then jumping at least five meters from a standing start followed by plugging said L-phone to the DJ booth and pressing the PWN Button. Fred titled that strip G4m3.0vr, D0 IT. ◊ for a reason.
The resultant effect is currently unclear, but involves rick rolling, an explosion, and a major power outage.
Sonoda Yuki gets hers by vanishing a zombified Rent-a-Zilla from under the noses (and chains) of the entire Tokyo Police Cataclysm Division. More bonus points for completely freaking out the entire force beforehand, where a massive zombie invasion hadn't been enough to faze them.
Oh, and heading that TPCD force? Yuki's father, Masamichi. Then he asks why the Magical Girl Detector's alarm was turned off.
A little less than Largo-tastic, but Kobayashi got one in this strip. After three straight strips of Yuki's father yelling at him, threatening violence, transfer out of his school and even implied death. The boy just won't hang up until he's spoken to her. There's not many men could do that even in real life.
Yuki in this strip. She steals all of Dom's guns- including the one in his hand- and all of his ammunition without him noticing. Then steals his van before he can even realize the guns are gone. Look at the panels closely. Yuki even managed to steal his tie.
Which would in turn imply Dom has a weaponised tie...