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So, there's two (or more) mooks attacking The Hero at once (hint: highly recommended in the Evil Overlord List). How to take them both down? Well, if they're close enough together, Use Your Head! Or rather, use their heads: knock their heads into each other and knock both of them out.

And not just The Hero or The Leader: The Big Guy is also likely to do this, sometimes to henchmen of the Big Bad. On the other side, if not the Big Bad, expect The Dragon or The Brute to do this to a pair of Red Shirts, or any allies of The Hero. Even The Hero, the Big Bad, and females can be hit with this tactic. No-one is immune.

Often has comedic overtones, despite being potentially fatal if done hard enough in Real Life. Sometimes used in place of a Dope Slap, although this variant generally does not knock the victims out. The comic variety is usually accompanied by a KONK! Can overlap with Watch Where You're Going! under the right circumstances.

Sub-Trope of Use Your Head and Tap on the Head. See also Grievous Harm with a Body.


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    Anime & Manga 
  • In the 2014 remake of Doraemon: Nobita and the Haunts of Evil, Doraemon and the gang managed to bust Prince Kuntakku's ally, the muscular Brus out of a dungeon, only to run into two sentries along the way. Brus then demonstrates his strenght by grabbing both sentries and smashing their helmets together.
  • Dragon Ball: Beerus does this to Gohan and Majin Buu in "Battle of Gods".
  • Gokusen: Tetsu does this to a pair of Nekomata Gang mooks.
  • In GTO: The Early Years, Eikichi does this to some bikers who are threatening Misato.
  • Samurai Champloo: In "The Art of Altercation", an exasperated Fuu does this to Jin and Mugan while they're still hung-over from last night's debauchery.
  • In Yaiba, the Frogman Gerozaemon does this to two mooks.
  • Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches: When Yamada and Ushio are arguing, Noa smashes their heads together to make them stop and get along.

    Comic Books 
  • Done a few times in Asterix, mostly by Obelix.
  • Darkman in Darkman vs. Army of Darkness takes out two Deadite guards by knocking their heads together. This has unintended consequences, as they are old possessed corpses, so are reduced to dust by the impact.
  • DuckTales: During the "Rightful Owners" arc, Launchpad is discovered by two natives who have been tricked into helping the Beagle Boys. He grabs them and bangs their heads together, knocking them out, and steals one of their wigs and leaf skirts as a disguise before going off to deal with the Beagle Boys.
  • G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (Marvel): This maneuver is how Roadblock tends to dispose of any pair of Cobra mooks.
  • Deconstructed in Irredeemable. Twin superheros Scylla and Charybdis are introduced wearing a golden half mask with a red eye, each on an opposite side to the other. This just seems like part of their twin motif until a flashback shows Plutonian smashed their heads together using his super strength, and the masks cover up the damage.
  • Jimmy Tornado: In one story, Jimmy knocks a couple of bad guys' heads together.
  • Marvelman: It happens to two of Dr. Gargunza's unfortunate mooks. This being a Alan Moore-penned superhero, lots of red ink is involved in the art.
  • Mega Man (Archie Comics) has Dr. Wily of all people do this to Oil Man and Time Man to get them to quit bickering over the value of being a Schedule Fanatic. Amusingly, it also rings the alarm bells on Time Man's head.
  • Shang-Chi pulls a version of this on supervillain Razor-Fist in an early Master of Kung Fu issue. When Shang-Chi dodges a blow, the villain gets one of his blades stuck in a stone statue. Shang-Chi then slams Razor-Fist's head into the statue's own... hard enough to decapitate it. Ouch.
  • Superman:
    • In Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man, Spider-Man does this to two Doctor Octopus's henchmen.
    • Superman does this twice during Kryptonite Nevermore. In Superman #233 he bangs the heads of two air pirates together as he is protecting a rocket, and in another scene he smashes the heads of two bandits.
    • In Superman: Brainiac, Superman comes around when several robot-mooks are getting ready to dissect him. When two of them move in on him, Superman knocks their heads into each other, crushing both of their skulls.
    • Who Took the Super out of Superman?: Clark Kent slams two Intergang goons' heads against each other while raiding an Intergang van. Bonus points for him being depowered and fighting upside-down in a zero-gravity environment.
    • In Green Lantern storyline Atrocities, Supergirl slams two enemies' heads together when she, Guy Gardner and Bleez are being swarmed by a mob of Red Lanterns.
    • In the Crucible storyline, Supergirl smashes two androids' heads together during a simulated exercise.
    • Last Daughter of Krypton: During the battle in Simon Tycho's satellite base, Kara smashes two mercenaries' heads together.
    • In A Mind-Switch in Time, Superboy catches two bank robbers and puts them out of commission by smashing his heads together.
    • In The Death of Superman (1961), Superman smashes against each other the heads of two crooks who were attempting to gun Lex Luthor down.
    • At the climax of The Hunt for Reactron, the titular villain neck-lifts both Supergirl and Nightwing and smashes their heads together.
    • In The Girl with the X-Ray Mind, Linda Danvers smashes against each other the heads of two crooks crashing a costume party.
    • The Strange Revenge of Lena Luthor: When Supergirl crashes into her kidnappers' control room, she beats them instantly by smashing their heads together.
    • The Phantom Zone: Variant. Superman and Supergirl punch Jax-Ur and Va-Kox simultaneously, and both villains' heads collide with each other.
    • The Supergirl-Batgirl Plot: Variant. During a brawl, Batman punches a crook, whose head hits his partner's when the man falls backwards.
    • In The Earthwar Saga, Superboy gets rid of two space pirates by smashing their heads together.
  • Tintin: Captain Haddock does it in Tintin: The Calculus Affair, when two rival factions are fighting over the kidnapped professor, and he can't decide which side are the good guys, so he knocks a couple of brawling mooks out with this trope.
  • Sensation Comics: In the Wonder Woman feature, Paula von Gunther takes down two members of the Crime Combine by slamming their heads together to knock them out.

    Comic Strips 
  • In MAD Magazine's satire of Boston Public (Boston Pubic), Marla is shown on the introductory pages slamming two students' heads together as she introduces herself.

    Fan Works 
  • In the fourth chapter of Batman story Dance with the Demons, Killer Croc smashes two guards' heads together.
    Croc ripped his arms out of the straitjacket, tearing the reinforced fabric asunder like wet paper. His freed hands whipped out, grabbed the two burly guards, and cracked their heads together in a guaranteed skull-fracture impact. They fell unconscious. He had their guns in the next instant.
  • Erika the Radical: An annoyed Shiko tries to do this to a bickering Oshida and Andou, but ends up making them accidentally lock lips instead.
  • In Shazam! story Here There Be Monsters, Doctor Sivana's eldest son bangs his father and little brother's heads together during one brawl.
    "What the heck," said Magnificus, and leaped into the fray. He took Junior in one hand, his father in the other, and banged their heads together with a most satisfying crack.
  • In Kara of Rokyn, Captain Strong finishes two Lex Luthor's goons off by smashing their heads together.
    Both of his fists pistoned back and forth into their faces repeatedly like a jackhammer. When he got tired of that he crossed his arms and treated each face to the other fist. He walloped them several times under the chin. He bopped them several times on top of their noggins. He crossed his arms and cracked them smartly on the sides of their faces that faced each other, knocking their heads apart. Then he grabbed both of their heads and banged them together again.
  • In Kingdom Crossovers, Hobbes does it to Calvin and Morte when he's sick of their arguing.
  • In Master, Pokémon?, Iris's Archen ends up defeating Ghestis's Hydreigon by flying so clumsily the Dark Dragon knocks itself out by smashing all three of its heads into each other.
  • The Mountain and the Wolf: Shortly before the battle of Winterfell, the Wolf sees one of his Norscans in a fight with a Wildling. He ends the fight by picking up both and knocking their skulls together (and on learning the Norscan started the fight but was unable to finish it, starts punching him instead).
  • Romance and the Fate of Equestria: Cheerilee breaks up the fight between Sweetie Belle and Diamond Tiara by angrily chewing them out for stooping to name-calling and physical violence, before calling them blockheads and smashing their heads together.

    Films — Animation 
  • Terry McGinnis tricks the Deedees into slamming their heads together in Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker.
  • Angel smacks the heads of two of the Leroy clones together in Leroy & Stitch.
  • Chien Po bangs the heads of two Huns together in Mulan.
  • Pinocchio in Outer Space. A montage at the beginning shows Pinocchio changing from a good boy to a bad boy. In one scene he is nobly holding two angry boys apart. A moment later, he slams the boys' heads together.

    Films — Live-Action 
  • The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension: Right after Dr. Lizardo is possessed by Lord John Whorfin, he cracks together the heads of two colleagues who just pulled him out of a wall.
  • Attack of the Killer Donuts: Likely a villainous example, as when Tom the Perp is suffering from eating a tainted donut, he somehow gains the strength to break free of his handcuffs, whereupon he grabs Officers Rogers and Hammerstein's heads and slams them together, knocking them out cold, before escaping the car.
  • Evil example in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. During an infiltration, Austin and Vanessa suffer such an attack at the hands of Random Task.
  • Mr. Freeze does it in Batman & Robin to two Arkham Asylum guards while trying to escape.
  • Automatic, starring Olivier Grunner as a Ridiculously Human Robot with superhuman strength and durabiity programmed as a bodyguard. In a demonstration before some investors Grunner's character beats up a bunch of hired thugs, including smashing two of their craniums together.
  • One of Batman's favorite moves to pull on mooks, like in Batman Returns.
  • Bruce Lee managed to pull this off in his early film, The Big Boss, with one hand, and combined with Groin Attack: grabbing a mook's gonads, twisting it, then flinging the mook into another so their heads clangs together.
  • The Casino: Two of the main character's onscreen kills (Out of at least 30) in the final battle are a pair of mooks whose foreheads he smushed together, with an accompanying burst of red ketchup.
  • Deep in the Valley: Lester and Carl are being chased through Diamond Jim's mansion by Rod and Suzi. They are desperately opening doors and keep stumbling on porn scenarios. They open on that leads on to a empty porn set. While they are peering through the door, Suzi comes up behind them, slams their heads together, and shoves them into the room while they are stunned.
  • Fatal Chase: Inspector Franco does this to a pair of distracted guards while asking them a question.
    Franco: Say, what's that street called?
    [grabs both distracted guards and clank their noggins together]
  • The fishman ghoulie does this to the rat and cat ghoulie a couple of times in Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College!, as a homage to the Three Stooges with the fishman playing the part of Moe.
  • The Great Race. While The Great Leslie is infiltrating a castle, he knocks out two guards in this way.
  • Hudson Hawk. During the auction house robbery, Eddie and Tommy Five-Tone are surprised by two guards. After Tommy uses a rope to trip them, Eddie knocks their heads together to render them unconscious so he can handcuff them.
  • Jack Reacher. After being attacked by two incompetent criminals in a confined space, Reacher knocks down one guy onto another, then smashes the top guy's head into the bottom guy's until both are out.
  • James Bond: In the final act of Moonraker, Jaws does this with two underlings when pulling his Mook–Face Turn. In the novelisation he does it hard enough to crush their skulls.
  • Jason kills a pair of deputies this way in Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday.
  • A self inflicted version in J-Men Forever. After all the J-Men die in cliffhangers, The Chief and Agent Barton start pacing up and down in their office. The Chief is saying that they have to get their heads together and work out a solution, whereupon they bump into each other, knocking their noggins together.
  • Kingsman: The Secret Service: Harry does this to two of the mooks during their pub fight.
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers: One Ent takes out a couple of orcs at Isengard by picking them up and slamming them together, head-first.
  • In A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die!, Eli does this to a two man Gatling gun crew when he storms their position, before throwing their unconscious bodies down the stairs.
  • Red Notice: To conclude a fight, thief Sarah Black (Gal Gadot) ends up handcuffing FBI agent Hartley (Dwayne Johnson) and fellow thief Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds) together and making their heads hit each other.
  • Rollo and the Spirit of the Woods: Big does this to Cacophony and Lackey when he joins them in the elections for their tribe's new chieftain.
  • Rogues of Sherwood Forest: When the Merry Men ambush King John's party on the road to St. Dunstan's, Little John notices two soldiers fighting back to back and knocks them out by slamming their heads together.
  • In Sleepwalkers, Mary (one of the title shapeshifter demons) knocks out two cops this way after sneaking up on them invisibly.
  • The climax of The Super Inframan, where Inframan battles the Twin Iron Robots, culminating with Inframan smashing their extendable craniums together and throwing their heads back on them.
  • In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, after the Turtles escape April's burning junk shop, Tatsu gets very pissed and starts trashing the Foot's hideout, taking out his rage on any Foot ninja who gets near him or tries to calm him down. At one point he grabs two of them and slams their heads together.
  • A regular occurrence on The Three Stooges, usually Moe doing it to Larry and Curly, and to bad guys.
  • Total Recall: When a group of mooks attack Douglas Quaid after he leaves Rekall, he takes out two of them by slamming their heads together.
  • Harry Tasker does this to two guard dogs he picked up in True Lies. "Stay."
  • A pair of zombies are disposed of this way in Violent Shit III: Infantry of Doom.

  • Happens a couple of times in Animorphs, often courtesy of Marco's gorilla morph.
  • It pops up in the first Artemis Fowl book, when Butler picks a fight with a bunch of dockworkers to provide a distraction for Artemis. He mentally comments on how cliche it is, not to mention being ridiculously inefficient from a martial-arts standpoint — but since the whole point of the fight is to be loud and spectacular, he uses it anyway.
  • The Berenstain Bears Big Chapter Books: Late in The Berenstain Bears and the Ghost of the Auto Graveyard, when two of the car thieves (later identified as "Shifty Sheldon" and "Clarence the Crook") sneak into Parts R Us to retrieve the last few stolen cars, they don't count on Too-Too and Too-Much being out there waiting for them, with Too-Much pulling this technique on the pair and knocking them out.
  • In the Brotherband book The Hunters, Ulf and Wulf start yet another argument after Hal gets returned to the prison beaten and bruised. Ingvar orders them to stop and approaches menacingly, giving them the idea that he might bang their heads together if they keep it up. They wisely quit.
  • Caramon the Warrior is fond of doing this in the early Dragonlance books.
  • Judge Dee: Cheng Pa, the acrofatic master of the Guild of Beggars, is seen to "resolve" a fight between two beggars this way in "The Emperor's Pearl". Sergeant Hoong diplomatically refers to it as "settling administrative problems".
  • A lethal version occurs in The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress during a riot.
    Shorty had other two guards each by neck; he grinned as he cracked skulls together. They popped like eggs and he yelled at me: "Git!"
  • Simon does it to a pair of reanimated corpses in Old Scores; they are so fragile already that their skulls burst into shards.
  • The Badass Preacher of Pan Tadeusz, father Robak, puts an end to a quarrel this way.
  • Barlow the vampire kills Mark Petrie's parents this way in 'Salem's Lot.
  • From Starship Troopers
    Jelly was a Finno-Turk from Iskander around Proxima — a swarthy little man who looked like a clerk, but I've seen him tackle two berserk privates so big he had to reach up to grab them, crack their heads together like coconuts, step back out of the way while they fell.
  • In the Star Wars Legends novel Shatterpoint, Mace Windu uses the Force to aid in the momentum of two mooks coming towards him to smack their heads together. One of them needs an additional kick to the chin to stay unconscious.
  • In the third volume of the Warrior Cats graphic novel trilogy Ravenpaw's Path, Bramblepaw smashes together the heads of two BloodClan cats as Ravenpaw, Barley, and ThunderClan fight to re-take the barn.

    Live-Action TV 
  • The Avengers (1960s). A self-inflicted version happens in "Man-Eater of Surrey Green" when John Steed is fighting a mind-controlled Emma Peel, and they accidentally bang their heads together during the struggle. Fortunately, Emma is the one who gets knocked unconscious.
  • Batman episode "The Penguin's a Jinx". At the end of the fight between the Dynamic Duo and the Penguin and his henchmen, Batman takes out the Penguin and one of the henchmen by knocking their heads together.
  • Blake's 7. In "The Harvest of Kairos", a manly construction worker called Jarvik is hauled before Servalan for some rank impertinence. His response is to tell the President of the Terran Federation that she's beautiful and snog the hell out of her. Servalan's first response is to have Jarvik thrown in the cells, but after Jarvik bangs the Security goons heads together and removes their weapons, Servalan decides that she quite likes his primitive Alpha Male behavior.
  • One episode of Bones has the team investigating what had caused a pair of conjoined twins death. Turns out that they fell from a from a tight rope, and landing on the safety net caused them to smack heads hard enough to die instantly.
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In "Living Conditions", Buffy is Not Herself so gets tied to a chair. Xander and Oz worry that she might have Slipped the Ropes, so approach her to check them, only for this trope to happen.
  • Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor was very fond of using this upon Mooks.
  • Jack of All Trades. Our hero does this to a couple of French soldiers in the Title Sequence.
  • Duncan does this in a Highlander episode by quickly moving back as two Russian mooks come at him so they wind up smacking their heads together.
  • Legends of Tomorrow: In the season 4 episode "Nip/Stuck", Mona, as Wolfie, does this to a hypnotized Ava and Nora. It effectively undoes the hypnosis.
  • Married... with Children: Al did this to Bud and Kelly once after they bought him a shirt and tie that he was already wearing for a third time.
  • Discussed in an episode of Seinfeld when Jerry and George met Elaine's intimidating father. When George tries to convince Jerry to leave, Jerry warned that Elaine's father would "clunk our heads together like Moe", referencing the aforementioned Stooges.
  • Ultra Series:
    • Ultraman Ace: This is how Ultraman Ace and Zoffy kill the alien Giron-Man and his monster sidekick Aribunta.
    • Ultraman Leo does this again, during the fight between the Leo Brothers and the kaiju brothers Garon and Litre.
    • Ultraman Neos have a similar scene where Neos and Ultraseven-21 bashes two kaiju's heads together, in a Call-Back to the Ultraman Ace example above, but the kaijus didn't die.
    • In the Ultraman spoof miniseries Ultra Super Fight, one episode have two monsters, Bemstar and Eleking inexplicably fighting over who gets to date a third monster, Astromons, until Ultraman Ace came over to break up the fight... by beating up both Bemstar and Eleking, and knocking both of them out cold by smashing their foreheads into one (cue sound effect of a church bell going off!). It's one of the most ridiculous scenes ever associated with the Ultra Series.
    • Ultraman Decker have Aribunta as a returning kaiju, and as a neat Call-Back, Ultraman Decker managed to divide himself into two copies and smash Aribunta's head with another monster's. Though it's not enough to kill it outright this time.
  • In the X-Play segment "Kung Fu Master Chief", the title Video Game character slams the heads of two ninja together.
  • Wonder Woman episode "The Nazi Wonder Woman". While being attacked by two Nazi guards, Wonder Woman grabs their shoulders and knocks their heads together, knocking them out (they were wearing helmets at the time).
  • Zorro: In the season 2 episode "Zorro Fights a Duel", Zorro gets the drop on two banditos who tried to capture him for the reward, and knocks their heads together.

  • Happens rather frequently in Old Master Q, in the What If? strips where the titular character (or anyone else) gets superpowers. Notably, in "Master Q and the Fox Spirit" when Master Q receives superpowers from the titular spirit and was suddenly assaulted by two punks who tried robbing him earlier. DONG!

    Pro Wrestling 
  • A pretty common move in Pro Wrestling, especially against tag teams for obvious reasons. Often referred to as "The Meeting of the Minds" or a "Double Noggin Knocker".
  • During the Saturday Night's Main Event where André the Giant snuck-attacked Hulk Hogan and began choking him to within a fraction-of-an-inch of his life, The British Bulldogs tried to come in for the save. André caught them, slammed their heads together and simply tossed Davey Boy Smith and Dynamite Kid from the ring before resuming his attack.
  • Any attempt to do this to a Wild Samoan is doomed to end in failure.

    Video Games 
  • Batman:
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution also features this as two of the possible non-lethal double takedowns. One is notable in that it's preceded by a double Neck Lift, the other in that it's followed by a haymaker that puts their heads together again like a Newton's Cradle.
  • In the Final Battle in Devil May Cry 5, Nero can do this to Vergil and his Doppelganger via a Buster move. What really sells it is this gem he gives out:
    Nero: You dropped this! [WHAM!]
  • Can be done in Double Dragon Neon as well, if you have two enemies stunned and close to each other and use a grab. Exceptions, aside from the ones immune to stun, are that Hoverbizzles do not need to be stunned to be caught in this move, and it can not be performed on Abobo, even though he can be stunned.
  • In Ghostbusters: The Video Game, the Slime Tether allows you to use this tactic. In fact, the PKE scans for the Confederate and Union ghosts actively encourages it. As Dr. Stantz says, "Use your head, kid! Heck, use theirs!"
  • Sett of League of Legends uses this as part of his "Facebreaker" ability, which pulls in enemies on opposite sides of him, preferably to slam and break their faces into each other. If he catches enemies on only one side, he also visibly leans his own head in as a substitute.
  • in Legend of Dragoon during the first battle with Kongol this is one of the moves in his repertoire.
  • In Marvel Puzzle Quest, this is one of the powers Gamora uses, where she lunges at the other team and stuns two random characters doing this.
  • Spider-Man:
  • Bud from Slaps and Beans have a special move he can execute if he's standing close to two mooks at once. By pressing grab, he'll snatch the two nearest enemies by the shoulders and smash their faces together.
  • In Streets of Rage 4, If Floyd walks into an enemy while holding another enemy, he automatically does this, inflicting heavy damage on both of them.
  • Ultraverse Prime, a game where you're a Flying Brick, allows you to smash the craniums of mooks together if they're close enough as you execute a grabbing move.

    Web Animation 



    Web Videos 
  • In The Key of Awesome's first Halloween video, the Pumpkin King smashes the two protagonists' heads like this in the end.

    Western Animation 
  • The Banana Splits:
    • In a Three Musketeers episode ("The Jewel of India"), Porthos takes down one pair of thugs this way. Athos does the same thing to another pair of thugs, only while inside a tree.
    • This also happens on Arabian Knights: in "The Great Gold Robbery", this is how Rasim decommissions two of Bakaar's thugs.
  • Done as a sneak attack on two Bone Hunters by Ackar in BIONICLE: The Legend Reborn.
  • Birdman: The Galaxy Trio episode "Versus the Moltens of Meteorus". While Meteor Man is fighting the Moltens he picks up two of them and slams their heads together, knocking them out.
  • Broadway once did this to a pair of Dracon's goons in one episode of Gargoyles
  • A favorite tactic of Roadblock in G.I. Joe whenever he can get two Cobra Mooks within arms reach; see the page image — which comes from the movie, in case you were wondering.
  • Duke Igthorn's good twin in Gummi Bears does it to two guards when blackmailed into villainy.
  • The Herculoids:
    • "Invasion of the Electrode Men". Igoo does it to two of the title characters.
    • "Ruler of the Reptons". Zandor uses it to knock out two Repton guards.
  • Hey Arnold!: After Sid and Stinky make fun of Harold for losing to Big Patty in an arm wrestling match at the end of "Harold vs. Big Patty", Harold stands up for Patty, saying that it doesn't matter if she is a girl since she is a great arm wrestler right before knocking both of their heads into each others'.
  • Jonny Quest TOS episode "Terror Island". Race kicks a guard in the butt and causes his head to collide with that of another guard, knocking them both out.
  • Kaeloo: In Episode 69, Bad Kaeloo does this to Mr. Cat and Stumpy.
  • Kim Possible does this to two of the BeeBee robots by jumping on them from behind causing them to shock each other, but when she tries to attack the third one it catches her out of the air.
  • In the King of the Hill episode "A Fire Fighting We Will Go" at one point Boomhauer gets fed up with Bill and Dale's constant screw ups and bangs their heads together.
  • On Mighty Max Norman does this in the opening credits. Then he gives the viewer a thumbs up for some reason.
  • The Powerpuff Girls: In "Just Desserts," this is how Bubbles knocks out Bud and Julie Smith (the kids).
  • Young Samson and Goliath episode "Moon Rendezvous". Samson and Goliath throw two Moon Beasts at each other head first. Their heads slam into each other and the monsters are knocked unconscious.
    Samson: That's what you call using their heads!
  • In Star Wars Rebels, Zeb, who is a Lasat and The Big Guy of the Ensemble Cast, quite frequently does this to unsuspecting stormtroopers.
  • Superman: Filmation The New Adventures of Superman episodes.
    • "The Deadly Super-Doll". Superman does it to two crooks robbing a fur company.
    • "The Deadly Icebergs". Superman does it to three crooks who are using exploding icebergs as weapons.
  • Raphael does this to two Foot Soldiers on the old Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon. "I think it's time you two met!"
  • A variation done by The Tick against the Idea Men: he smacked the head of one man in a line of them, causing them all to knock against each other like a clicking balls toy.

    Real Life 
  • Medal of Honor recipient and Combat Medic David Bleak slammed together the heads of two bayonet-wielding Chinese enemy soldiers that came at him and the wounded soldier he was carrying during the Korean War. The enemy soldiers died. Fortunately, he put his comrade down before charging.
  • In 1950s Edingburgh, the notorious Valdor gang had a conflict with 19-year-old "Big Tam fae Fountainbridge" who had just gotten out from the Navy. Neighbour Kenny Edwards, now 78, recalled the clash. He said: "The Valdor lad was upset to see a stranger in his hall, and picked up Tam's jacket, throwing it down on the floor in an act of defiance. But he soon retrieved it when Tam raised his cue and said in a whisper: 'I'll give you five seconds to put that back'" Following this, six members of the gang jumped him at the Fountainbridge Palais, where Tam had found work as a bouncer. In the following fight, which Tam won, he grabbed one by that throat and one by his biceps and their cracked their heads together, knocking them out. After the fight, the Valdor gang left Big Tam alone.


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