...And Mussolini! And Tojo! Now that's value for your investment!
Thanks to Ali for the link. I do not have artist credits, but maybe it's Jim Mooney, who did Four Favorites #1.
On the original Flickr page, it says "V-E Day. The armband worn by the Hitler dummy was sent back from a Hoosier private to his wife in Indy. "
But I prefer the caption that Ali gave me on her email to submit this: "Women ROCK! Kick HITLER BITCHES!"
Thanks, hon. You're a credit to your gender!
...Um, that is, uh...not to imply that being a woman is foolish...er...if you are...a female reader...
I mean...you all look very nice today...2
Thanks to the genuinely awesome Alexis Martino for the artwork. Your HGP Fun Bucks are in the mail...
...it would be unchivalrous to tell her no.
Thanks to Olaf for showing that a frail can still do her part almost as well as a man. I don't know the original source of this WAC promotion, but I do know that I have more to come.
Like I'd give him a fair shot ever. Especially on Memorial Day.
Hitler epically fails to turn the tables on a drugged Cap in Tales of Suspense #67, written by Stan "The Man" Lee with pencils by Jack "The King" Kirby and inks by Frank "Ray" Giacoia. I found this one all by my lonesome, believe it or not.
One more thing:
I am going to trim the rate of content back to a single morning entry per day from now on, unless I have guest art submissions, which will go up in the afternoon. I have a huge backlog of pics and vids right now (Olaf alone probably has submitted another 30-40 things you haven't seen), so lack of content is not an issue - I just want to have a little more free time outside of work to pursue my (admittedly limited) non-Hitler-Punching-related interests. Scheduling these isn't amazingly time consuming, but I have been far too busy to keep as far in advance as I would like to be.
Rest assured however, as long as I have the material, there will be daily content.
There, I feel filthy-dirty, as I should, for making that.
"Fire in the hole!"
Fascism's inglorious end, indeed.
Thanks to rcs, whose love of Bayonet Week has allowed it to last yet another day.
A view of a Soviet-style propoganda [sic] poster which depicts a Red Army soldier pointing a bayonet at a confused Hitler look-alike and reads "If you don't pay for heating you'll be punished!" in the center of eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk on March 26, 2008. Posters likening people who don't pay their heating bills to Hitler are popping up in Donetsk, capital of the Russian-speaking part of Ukraine.Harsh, dude. I'd hate to be bayoneted due to reductio ad Hitlerum.
Let's just hope Sam doesn't make the same mistake Futuro did.
Olaf sent this anonymous postcard to me. Well, I guess it isn't anonymous. I just have no idea who drew it.
Truly, this is why they are the GREATEST GENERATION.And I mean that from the bottom of my heart. Also, is it just me, or did a police sketch artist draw that target? It looks like an unfinished sketch of the Unabomber doing a Chaplin impression.
Oh, Living Embodiment of the American Spirit, is there any problem you can't solve by punching?
God, I hope not. Or we are screwed.
This choice example of Knuckle-Based Hitler-Demolition appears in Justice League of America #108 - with more info to be found here. It was pencilled by Dick Dillin, inked by Dick Giordano, and submitted by Olaf, who is clearly NOT a Dick in any meaning of the word.
P.S. - if you knew what the title of this post meant without looking it up, kudos for paying attention in your Elementary School Social Studies class.
Time Traveling Super Hero Futuro along with his team The U.S. Futurians (Faith, Freedom, Truth, Courage, and Justice) kidnap Adolph Hitler and send him to Hell as punishment for his crimes only to discover that The Fuhrer and Satan make a deadly team.I have to ask: how did he not see that coming?
And I guess I owed you all one for yesterday's dearth of knuckle-dusting.
Hitler encountered this tetrad of pain on the cover of Four Favorites #1, drawn by Jim Mooney. Special thanks to the delightfully wondrous Ali for tipping me off to this one. As always, click to enlarge.
HITLER TOILET PAPER!
Thanks to The Alibear for providing me with this picture. If only it were quilted.
Sign me up.
I was overjoyed when I found this picture while searching for material for this blog, then saddened when I realized it wasn't real, then overjoyed when I realized that Alice Hunt and Tracy Williams are out in the world, making wonderful things happen.
*Well, I'd pay a lot of HGP Fun Bucks.**
This is my second favorite woman ever.
This slice of radness was created by Les McClaine in an attempt to create the most awesome thing ever put on the side of a van ever. And you acheived your goal, Les.
Special thanks to my all-time favorite woman ever for submitting this to me. And Ali, I'm totally getting you a battle axe for Chanukah.
LONDON (Reuters) - A series of paintings believed to be by a young Adolf Hitler fetched nearly 98,000 pounds ($143,000) including premium at an auction in Britain, well in excess of pre-sale estimates.
Among them was a watercolor of a pensive figure sitting at the end of a stone bridge with the letters "A.H." written beside it, which sold for 10,000 pounds.
The Web confuses me (and no doubt Hitler) in Zip Comics #27 (or possibly #28), as drawn by the mysterious John Cassone (of whom I can find no biographical info). Picture submitted by the mysterious Olaf, of whom I also know precious few details...
Haha, you really put the condom punch up, Wolt!Well, Olaf, I will prove to the rest of the HGP readers that you're not a one-trick-pony:
Apologies to everyone! Except Hitler.
I hope that le kangaroo "boxeurs" the hell out of him.
Thanks again for all the contributions, Olaf!
And if you have any Hitler-related art, by all means submit it to HitlerPuncher [at] gmail [dot] com!
P.S. - I'm learning that exposure to insane degrees of casual racism is the price one has to pay to get primo Hitler abuse.
Gandy and Sourpuss (yes, those are their real names) take on the Axis in Terry-Toons Comics #7. And if you wake up out of a fever dream that they appear in, blame Olaf.