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Hence Axe Cop will never jump the shark.
(The comic that is, since Axe Cop, himself, can also jump into space; probably even higher than the sharks.)
Of all the things to love about this one - so many things to love….. - for the moment I think I love the teeter-totter most. Blinding the bad guy is the best kind of overkill, the little insulting jab after being crushed by a 2,000 pound weight. Its like the Spanish Inquisition saying, “First we shall crush you, then shoot you, drop a bomb on you, then cut you into tiny little pieces parts, then ... we’ll give you such a pinch.
Oh man, this is just so perfect. When you read the question you think you have a pretty good grasp on Axe Cop overkill by now and can imagine what might be in store. For instance, the poison was expected.. but that just served as the calm before the space sharks. Pure perfection. Axe Cop should start a home-base consulting business for other superheroes.
And once again the onomatopoeia is taken to new heights. The art and science of the narrative sound-word reaches its peak with CHARMP!
... But if Sonic the Hedgehog broke in, he’d get through in a breeze. Just saying…
Is it just me, or is Malachai getting more and more… gruesome with these deaths?
I am terrified of this house.
That facecutting gag is brutal, and that’s saying something given all the other executions seen in this series.
Now this is a sequel to Saw I would watch.
Brings back memories of the Grimstooth’s Traps books.
YES! I happen to have pdfs of good old Grimstooth’s if you are interested.
all those cups of water lying around the house would also serve the double-purpose of protecting from M. Night Shyamalan alien attacks, provided Axey can swing his axe like a baseball bat.
This is an exceptional, well-above-average installment of “Ask Axe Cop.” This is the kind of consistently high quality I expect from the brothers. The attention to detail—why then don’t the sharks and alligators fight each other, for example—is the hallmark of excellent storytelling. Well done.
That last panel is hillarious! Also love the spike tiger lion trap.
Michael: thanks but I have the first one, Too, and Ate for reals (though Too’s binding is getting a little wobbly).
Presumably this means that Axe Cop finally got his prayers answered: Sharks are good now, they can be on his team.
When you cut off someone’s face, why does his brain fall onto his lungs?
Dear Axe Cop,
Where are all these badguys coming from?????????????
what about how sharks and alligators are the same animal? is this a salt/freshwater moat?
how do the alligators and sharks exist in the same moat if they transform into each other depending on water type?
I am sure Axe Cop didn’t reveal all the traps he has in/around his house, in case a bad guy reads this
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