Great moments in collateral damage

(From “Big 3″ number 1, 1940.)

8 thoughts on “Great moments in collateral damage

  1. William A. Peterson says:

    “THAT will teach that Evil Factory not to pester me with lewd suggestions! Hah!”
    “What do you mean, you didn’t hear the factory say anything? Look, if this is about going off my Meds, again, I don’t want to hear it!” 😀

  2. Gero says:

    Please tell me the guy throwing a building full of people into ANOTHER building full of people is the villain of this story, please…

  3. Jeff Hebert says:

    Exactly, Gero! Sadly, that’s Samson, the titular “hero”. Hey, if those people didn’t deserve to be flung into a factory, they wouldn’t be poor, amiright?!

  4. Tool says:

    nation wide is on your side 😀

  5. ajw says:

    Samson is huge lookat the size the building in comparison!

  6. X-stacy says:

    There aren’t any people in there, Gero. If there were, we’d see them falling out the windows, right? So the people who live there have only lost their homes and everything they own, not their lives. Another Monday in a comics universe!

    (I miss Damage Control. It was nice of somebody to at least acknowledge the massive property damage going on all the time.)

  7. punkjay says:

    Either Samson is huge or the building is really really small. I’m thinking group home for midgets!

  8. frankie says:

    @Gero: Remember, Sampson had been blinded. I don’t think he knows what he picked up and where he threw it.

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