Critical fail roll, monkey wrench edition

(From “Target Comics” number 2, 1940.)

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Jeff is a 45 year old city boy who has somehow found himself located in Colorado, fulfilling his lifetime dream of making a living drawing super-heroes all day.

9 Responses to Critical fail roll, monkey wrench edition

  1. William Peterson

    “My Monkey Wrench Style is Eminently Defeatable! There is no possibiity that I can win!”

  2. William Peterson

    “My Monkey Wrench Style is Eminently Defeatable! There is no possibiity that I can win!”

  3. William Peterson

    Sorry about the double post…

  4. William Peterson

    Sorry about the double post…

  5. So… it seems we don’t actually see him swing the wrench, just him holding it behind his head, and then read about him swinging it. Who needs to see comic book action when you can read it?

  6. Looks more like he swung backhanded and hit himself, which means that because of the drain bamage he’ll be missing a lot more.

  7. Thus ended the short but spectacular career of Captain Klutz.

  8. Remosa looks more likes he’s dancing than fighting.

  9. What was Remosa doing, fighting a guy named Lucky? Of course he missed (and probably hit himself in the head, by the looks of things).

    Next time, fight someone named Clumsy, Lamer, or Gimp.