Sunday, January 31, 2010


I somehow managed to miss a couple of days, killing my daily streak. This is a shame because I had a really great run dating from last April of putting at least one post up daily (as well as giving lie to the picture on the right hand side of this screen).

Considering my screw-up, now is as good a time as any to institute a minor change in post frequency here on HGP. I'm running reasonably low on good, usable images anyway, so I'm moving to a M-W-F posting starting tomorrow, and continuing until the well runs completely dry.

Of course, if I get ORIGINAL Hitler-Abuse art submitted (to HitlerPuncherATGmailDOTcom) at any time, it will go up immediately. So, if you want more HGP, you might consider D-ing It Y.

Because today is now technically an off-day, I offer you this repost of Der Fuehrer's Face, because the original image has gone AWOL - and, in fact, I will give you two versions:

Dammit, I'm pissed at myself.

I was really hoping to go at least a solid year of dailies (though I'm not sure how, since I have enough on tap to make it to MAYBE mid-February).
Thanks to rcs for finding duplicates.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

A Punishment I Never Thought Of

'What’s the matter? Don’t you like my little maggots?' is going on my business card.


Please read about this movie.

And then, please send me this movie.

Thanks to Olaf, for broadening my Nazi-maggot-movie horizons.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

"Don't Make Me Take Off My Belt!"

This was the perennial threat from my father as a child, and I think the world would have been a better place if someone had followed through on this with Hitler, circa 1923:

This fist later joined the Black Panthers.

Olaf discovered this 1943 advertisement here.

P.S. - My dad only followed through on it once. That was sufficient.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

There Is No 'I' in 'Team'

But there is a Hitler in a press!

Having Stalin on the side of a free press is a little hilarious, though.

The Allies team up in another cartoon from here, courtesy of Olaf.

I totally forgot to actually give the artist credit yesterday, but from the link, it was Alexandre Saroukhan.

Monday, January 25, 2010

What Goes Around...

Oh, you know the rest.

He must have put a hell of a topspin on this.

Olaf discovered this cartoon here.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

I Wish the Post Office Were Open Today...

I have something I want to mail:

I almost created the tag 'Donkey Punching Hitler,' but I decided that would attract an unsavory audience.
Olaf discovered this here.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

It's Called Playing the Percentages...'s what smart Hitler Punchers do.

You know what? I just plain like watching Hitler get hurt. There. I said it.

More information can be found here.

Thanks to Olaf.

Friday, January 22, 2010


May I never relive the 90s again.

Man, that pun is worse than even my lamest rollover jokes.
I don't know who drew the cover of Femforce #131, but thanks for haunting my nightmares forever.
Thanks to you too, rcs.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

And To Top It Off...

He's having a bad hair day:

He kinda looks like John Astin here. Just saying.
Whenever I'm having a bad day, it's nice to see that Hitler's doing even worse. Even Bloomingdale's is out to get him.

The artist signing this department store death warrant was S. J. Woolf, of which I know next to nothing. But Olaf rcs found this here.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010


Well this one almost pulled a fast one on me:

Really, I almost expected this to say 'Hitler Goes Wild!'
At first I thought this was a genuine Golden Age cover, until I realized that the artwork had a surprisingly Kirbyesque, Silver Age feel (and the logo was oddly modern looking). It turns out that Surprising Comics was a 1999 attempt to reprint Golden Age stories, whose cover was pencilled by long-time Kirby inker Chic Stone, and inked by Tom Hickey. I can't find a direct lift for this pose, but there are quite a few 1960s Kirby covers that look suspiciously similar.

And now you know...

Oh and the character engaged in Mighty-Thor-esque grapplage with Hitler is named 'Nemesis.'

And now you know even more...

This is another one where I can't remember the credit. Anyone wants to take it, it's yours.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Last-Minute Replacement Entry Time!

Olaf just pointed out I accidentally put up something twice today, so I'm replacing that entry with this:

Hellboy vs. Mechahitler. There is nothing not awesome about that.
Here Olaf, one of yours!

This occurred in Savage Dragon #34 & #35, of which more info can be found here.

I'm amazed it took me this long to make an error like that.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Well, I'll Be...

One more less-than-kosher picture of Hitler has turned up:

The swastika stud earrings are a bit much, Hitler-pig.

Thanks, Alibear!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Oh, Golden Age...

You...well, maybe complete is a strong word.

Seriously: what the hell?
To sum up: Captain Freedom, dressed in yet another one of the ugliest flag costumes imaginable, takes a swing at Hitler, who is singlehandedly leading an army of what appear to be elf-boot-wearing Lovecraftian Horrors from the Deep through an incredibly well-made and presumably secret tunnel underneath the White House.

No, I think I'm going to stick with it:

Oh, Golden Age, you complete me.

Speed #16 cover is possibly by Al Avison, though if it is, he must have been rushed.

Thanks to Olaf.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Okay...One More

Because really, can you have enough Hilter/Pig Ass comparisons?

I submit that you cannot.

Thanks to Mark, who found it here.

Friday, January 15, 2010

More Hitler Pig Caricatures?


But I'm not making a week out of it.

Mainly because this is all I have:

Apparently, this pig has two asses.

I don't really have much information on this other than that it's entitled "Hitler-Herring" (which I assume is Goering), and was made in 1942 by an apparently Soviet artist named V. Galba.

rcs discovered this image here.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Sometimes My Notes To Myself...

..look like 80s Butthole Surfers album titles.

Case in point, this gem, which has been sitting in my queue for a couple of months under the title:

No, there won't be a Hitler On a Pig's Ass Week. Just banish that hope from your mind.

"Hitler Pig Ass Bank"

I really don't know how to elaborate on that technically accurate description.

Sadly, the auction where rcs has found this ended some time ago. Well, sad for anyone who really needs even more "Hitler's face on a pig" memorabilia.

Oh, and I accidentally scheduled yesterday's post for January of 2009. It's visible now.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

I Choose To Interpret This Thusly:

"Superman, noticing Hitler out of the corner of his eye...

I'd ask Neal Adams what he was drawing, but I'd be afraid he'd bring up geology...
...knocks a Nazi bomb into his fat Fuhrer face."

You can tell me otherwise, but I won't believe you.

This happens on the cover of DC Special #29, drawn by the incomparable Neal Adams.

If you sent this to me, remind me. I have the feeling I didn't find this myself, but I have no notes to the contrary.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

It's T&A Tuesday!

Sorry boys. Not going to be a regular feature.

Here's a little Golden Age Sally Jupiter for the morale of our boys in uniform:

There is a FILTHY 'Hooded Justice' pun rattling around in here looking for a way out. Pray that it doesn't emerge.This reasonably kick-ass pin-up comes from here.

Olaf gave me the heads up. Add another hat tip to your score, sir.

Monday, January 11, 2010

It's Alex Schomberg Week's Appendix!

Found one more cover from the crown prince of Hitler abuse:

Sure, when Grim Reaper wears jodhpurs and a cape he's a hero. I do it, and they ask me to leave the Best Buy.
While "The Grim Reaper" could certainly be doing a bit more punching, I like his work in the field of flag-trampling.

Art from the cover of Wonder Comics #1, with art by you-know-who.

Thanks to rcs.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

If Hitler Had a Magic Telescope?

Should we hope he would use it this trivially?

No, I'm *not* talking about 'Pictures of Lily.' Weirdo.

Hitler reenacts my favorite Who song in this advertisement, which rcs found here.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Want Some Whimsy?

You've come to the right place...

Exactly WHAT is dripping out of that tank cannon?
Well, if your idea of whimsy is a genocidal Hitler spider in a tank being battled by a super-powered worm, such childlike wonder can be found in Taffy #2.

rcs discovered this here.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Go Team Venture!

Or more accurately, "Go Team Personification of the American Spirit and Personification of Child Endangerment!"

Did anyone else kick more ass while wearing vertically-striped pants than Uncle Sam? Don't say 'The Destroyer;' it was a rhetorical question.
Still, the spirit is there.

Uncle Sam's scrappy sidekick Buddy uses Hitler as a step-stool in National Comics #38, with art by Alex Kotzky, who is probably better known for his work on Apartment 3-G.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

"And It Was Written By a Canadian!"

Get back here, you wacky Nazi:

Like most things in life, this picture would be vastly improved by the addition of 'Yakity Sax.'
According to the source of this pic:

This 60-page comic book is about the early days of World War II and was published in 1941 by the Musson Book Company Ltd. of Toronto. It was purchased for 25 cents at a cigar store in Hamilton in the winter of 1941-42. The title is Mean Scamp-F and the author is Pte. Harry Hall, from the 46th Battalion Canadian Infantry, 1914-1918.

This is a fascinating old comic book – and it was written by a Canadian.

Emphasis mine. Because that amuses me for reasons best left unexplored.

Thanks to rcs.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010


Or safe for anything, really.

Here's an insane section from an Italian horror comic where the Wandering Jew cuts off Hitler's wang.

Guess which joke I didn't make, because I'm not Jay Leno.Allow me to repeat that:

Here's an insane section from an Italian horror comic where the Wandering Jew cuts off Hitler's wang.

The Wandering Jew.

Cuts off.

Hitler's wang.

Really, I could not make this shit up.

Thanks to rcs. May I never have to know how you found that.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Mental Anguish is Still Part of The Mission Statement

Especially if it happens for all eternity:

'Ach. I hate it vhen zis happens.'
The painting is entitled Hitler in Hell, by George Grosz. It was taken from here. The post is rather interesting, even it if doesn't focus too much on Hitler-Punching.

Thanks to Mark for the link.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Not Really Sure Why Satan is So Prominent

Just like in the 80s music, we should focus less on Satan, and more on the good stuff flying under the radar:

Are those buildings strategically placed to hide Old Scratch's nipples?

I have no art credit for this, but if I did, I would totally try to ask what the hell is going on.

No pun intended. Really.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Sorry today's is late...

But, we've been chasing Hitler all day.

Man, Crimebuster, your underwear should go on the inside.Hitler scarpers from being whupped by tweens in Boy Comics #7, with art by Charles Biro.

Thanks to Olaf, who is probably a lot more punctual than I am.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Return to Adolf's Inferno!

Hitler in hell? Surprise, surprise.

I got as far as this alt-text before noticing GIANT FIST made a cameo!
This little gem was apparently made by legendary Disney artists Sammy McKim. It's fitting that the man who designed the maps in Disneyland showed Hitler exactly how to go to hell.

Thanks to Olaf, who discovered it here.

Friday, January 1, 2010

Why is Hitler So Sad?

I'll tell you why:

Now if I can just make it an actual year.

It's 2010 and this silly blog I had no idea would last more than a week is still abusing him!

I assume this cover was drawn by Mac Raboy.

Sorry this is sorta half-assed, but this is my day off too.