Monday, November 30, 2009

Here's a Post Label I Never Thought I'd Use Twice...

Remember Captain Berlin? Of course you do. He's the dashing feller that later helped me create HGP Fun Bucks.

And now he's back - in a limited edition DVD! Which comes with a limited edition comic book! And a limited edition DOG TAG:

So. Yeah. All I'm saying is that Christmas is coming up...

More information can be found on Captain Berlin's Myspace Page.

Thanks to Olaf.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

So Long, From Alex Schomburg Week

Saying goodbye is so hard...

Another instance where the situation is vastly improved by the addition of 'Yakity Sax'

I mean, unless you're saying goodbye to those Dirty Ratzis.

But it will be tough to say goodbye to Alex Schomburg Week. I'll miss his clean linework, his dedication to Hitler abuse, and most of all, his hidden Mussolinis (okay, there's no Mussolini in this one since it's from 1945, but Goering is pretty fat and slovenly and makes a fine surrogate).

But HGP will be back tomorrow with another fist to Hitler's face. See you there!

Saturday, November 28, 2009

I Don't Think I Can Parse This

But, note that Mussolini is once again making an appearance on this Alex Schomburg cover. Good eye, Olaf. Man, I even have to credit you on things I find myself...

Hey Tojo: how about a can of MACE?
Bucky and Toro whup the hell out of the Axis leaders AND some sort of weird Buddhist-Hindu-Mayan fertility symbol in Young Allies #9.

Friday, November 27, 2009

I Wouldn't Do That If I Were You...

Of course, if I were Hitler, I would probably punch myself.

You know, I spent literally hours looking for the Black Terror punching Hitler, because I'm pretty sure he punched EVERYONE ELSE IN THE ENTIRE AXIS.
The Black Terror, Doc Strange, American Eagle, and Pyroman are about to give Hitler a Stern Punching To in America's Best Comics #7. Art is once again by the legendary Alex Schomburg.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Reasons To Thankful, Part 3.

I'm thankful for a lot of things this time of year: friends, family, Batman, the fact that my fiancee said yes, etc.

But I'm especially thankful for Hitler abuse. Which means, this week, I am thankful for Alex Schomburg. And The Fighting Yank:

This doesn't seem to be a well-thought-out bombing run...

Except Hitler. Screw that guy.

I'm also thankful to Olaf, for being one of the main reasons I've been able to keep this little blog afloat for this long.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

I Think I Have An Inadvertent Theme

I'm looking through my stock of upcoming pics, and I noticed a phenomenal number of Golden Age covers by yesterday's artist, Alex Schomburg. Clearly, he was a go-to guy for Golden Age Hitler-punchery:

I'm not 100% sure what's going on here, but check out the proto-Aparo-effect on the Ratzi in the bottom left corner.
So welcome to my ad hoc Alex Schomburg Week!

Also, is anyone else creeped out by Captain Freedom's lack of pants?

Olaf sort of tipped me off to a site that had a part of this cover on it, but I did some research to find the whole one. He gets partial credit today.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Taking the Pranking One Step Farther...

Yesterday, we learned that Bucky and Cap love to prank Hitler. But the Commando Cubs have raised it to an art form.

Apparently they were out of racecar beds at the Munich Wal-Mart.
Those wacky scamps. Note the creepy symbolism of Mussolini hiding under the bed like someone caught in flagrante delicto, and try not to note the standard casual racism.

The Cubs cause calamity in Thrilling Comics #41, with art by the legendary Alex Schomburg.

I discovered this at the same place I found yesterday's entry.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Cap and Bucky's Advice On Work

Sure, Hitler Punching is a full time job, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun:

Apparently onomatopoeia have improved over the last 70 years.

I discovered this little bit of joy here, which coincidentally gave me a name check as well. At least I think they Italian is not the best.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

It's Sunday!

I ain't gonna work too hard.

Pussy.Look at that little bitch Hitler limp. Heh.

rcs found this here.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Let's Just Assume This Is Hitler

Because I like what I see here...

This is (possibly) the best thing that could ever happen to (maybe) Hitler.
Subby drops the bomb on (possibly) Adolf in Sub-Mariner #1, with cover art by Marcos Martin

Thanks to Olaf, I think.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Introducing the Victory Boys!

Man, could this cover get more Golden Age?

I assume Roy Thomas has this tattooed somewhere on his body.Let's see. We have:
  • A team of young boys,
  • Dressed in embarrassing tights,
  • Recklessly endangering themselves,
  • To attack Hitler, who is in cahoots with,
  • A racist caricature of (I guess) Tojo, as well as,
  • An equally racist caricature of what I assume is Mussolini,
  • Who have apparently captured Winston Churchill (or a wax model thereof),
  • And are making him sign a peace treaty,
  • In what appears to be a 15th century Donjon,
  • With a skull candle holder on the desk.
  • Also, a swastika is being set on fire.
I think that pretty much covers it.

The Victory Boys put the boot to Hitler in USA Comics #5, with pencils by Al Gabriele and inks by George Klein.

Olaf discovered this here.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

I Wanna Rock and Roll All Night...

...and punch Hitler ev-er-y day!

True Story: Vinnie Vincent was fired from KISS because he was 'too Italian' to punch Mussolini.
Most scholars agree that the turning point in the war was when Hitler foolishly invaded Detroit Rock City, thus dragging the KISS ArmyTM into the conflict.

Thanks to Olaf for creating this masterpiece, whose red pixels contain trace amounts of REAL BLOOD FROM THE MEMBERS OF KISS!1

  1. May not be true.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

"Did You Invade My Poland? Did You?"

Little known trivia: Olaf gained 50 pounds to make this original piece of Hitler Punching art.

Olaf also shaved his hair into a mohawk and shot Harvey Keitel.
Always a professional, that guy.

Of course, he did it all for these:

Only valid at participating Arby's restaurants.If you want your own HGP Fun Bucks, send your original Hitler Abuse Art to HitlerPuncher AT gmail DOT com.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Postcard Week? Not Really.

Even though this is the second postcard in as many days, I just don't have the supply. Sigh.

Thankfully, I've been given a few more Hitleriffic pictures in the last few days, so HGP is still running semi-strong!

I thank the HGP Auxiliary Corps for their support, and remind everyone:

Il Duce has a really odd tan line here.Thanks to Olaf for being part of the HGP life support. I will be glad to take as many Hitler abuse pics as there are out there. Submit them to HitlerPuncher AT gmail DOT com, por favor.

Monday, November 16, 2009

More Monday Monkey?

Here you go!

I find that child terrifying.

Another sadly defunct eBay item from rcs. Per the description:
Front of card is marked, "D.R. & CO.". Back of card is marked, "SLAM THE AXIS" POST CARD. Copyrighted 1943. D. ROBBINS & CO. N.Y.C." In the upper left corner, "FOR VICTORY BUY UNITED STATES WAR BONDS AND STAMPS".
My vacation is over, and I seem to have a dearth of Hitler art. Please submit any and all Hitler abuse (especially original art!) to HitlerPuncher AT gmail DOT com.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Well, This Is Suggestive...

I really have nothing else to say...

Wow. Just wow.
I don't know what rcs was looking for when he found this here, but ostensibly this is the sales description:

WWII Anti- Hitler V-1 WARNING SIREN SURPRISE Toy, circa 1944. Apprx. 4"x3"x1" multicolor litho cardboard box with great Hitler graphics; no instructions, pieces here include two small wooden items which resemble a "pipe" and a "chair" - see pics. Object of game seems to be to shoot V-1 bombs into Hitler's gaping pie-hole. Nice and colorful box graphics referring to Warning Sirens and the V-1.

Well, I know I'm surprised...

Saturday, November 14, 2009

It's Raturday!

Ugh. Okay, vacation or no, I'm sorry for that one...

You know, I've owned several pet rats over the years, and none of them were antisemitic.
But I'm not so sure about my dog...
I can only assume this Anti-Hitler rat is some sort of explosive, with the tail acting as a fuze. Because I assume everything is some sort of explosive.

Another rcs joint, found here.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Are You Superstitious?

It's Friday the 13th, and though I don't believe any of that mumbo-jumbo, I sure hope Hitler is as unlucky today as his horoscope warns:

This could be vastly improved by Hitler being beaten by a rabbit's foot while walking under a ladder.
This artwork was apparently by the American artist Paul F. Berdanier. rcs discovered it at this now defunct eBay auction.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

I May Be On Vacation...

...But HGP keeps right on rolling!

The Target seems like a badly thought out identity. Why not call yourself 'The Clay Pigeon' while you're at it?
I'd apologize for that awful pun, but I'm on vacation. What do you expect?

The Warbond Killmobile flattens the Axis in Target Comics Vol. 3, #8, with art by John Jordan.

Thanks to Olaf.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Adolf's Inferno, Canto II

I clearly couldn't let a great idea like Hitler in Hell be a one day thing. At the very least, we need to see some of the torments of the damned:

This is a pretty good Hell, but it could use more punching.
Original anti-Hitler art by Boris Artzybasheff.

Submitted by rcs.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Adolf's Inferno, Canto I

Since I'm on vacation this week, I thought I'd let our friends have a little vacation, courtesy of Supersnipe:

Whoa. Look at the size of Lucifer's package.

Aloha, jerks.

Hitler and company get the Dante treatment courtesy of Supersnipe #8, by George Marcoux.

I got this picture courtesy of Olaf.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Monday Monkey is Working For the Weekend!

I'd love to pretend that Monday Monkey art will become a regular feature, but let's face it, it won't:

This pic is probably wrong on every possible level. Oh well.Still, we always have today...

Per this link, this is a:

Poster promoting the Allied cause in World War II and ridiculing German chancellor Adolf Hitler, 1943. J. H. King, with stated 1943 copyright.

Thanks to rcs for the tip-off.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Punched & Rolled

I think HGP doesn't have nearly enough capers. Allow me to rectify:

This may be my favorite Hitler-face of all time.
Per this link: "This image of Hitler being punched is brought to you by the Golden Age Blue Beetle issue 14. This is from a short story featuring V-Man."

Thanks to Olaf.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Congratulations to the Lesser of Two Evils!

One thing I can say about the 2009 World Series Champion New York Yankees:

And with this, Jeter surpasses Lou Gehrig for most Hitler Punches by a New York Yankee on the all-time list.
They're better than Hitler.

See, Yankees fans. I'm meeting you halfway!

Original Hitler Punching art courtesy of Neil, who adds "Something for both the Jeter haters and lovers. And people who laugh at Hitler for being too dumb to go to Jeter's left."

If you would like to contribute your own original Hitler Punching art, please submit to HitlerPuncher AT gmail DOT com. You'll be glad you did. And so will I - after 7 months of nonstop Hitler abuse, my reserve pile of Hitler pics is finally shrinking.

Friday, November 6, 2009

My Vacation Starts Today!

Don't worry, I've scheduled plenty of Hitlery while I'm gone. But this picture completely sums up how I feel about 11 consecutive days off:

I just notices that Lady Liberty has R. Crumb legs.

Thanks to Gene for the image.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

My New Get Rich Quick Scheme...

Get this guy's cookbook...

I find Hitler is really only good as stew meat.

...and blog about my attempt to make every recipe. As soon as I get the movie deal (with the part of "Wolter" being played by the enchanting Amy Adams), I'm set.

Olaf submitted this, which he found here.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

The Official HGP Envelope

Now if I could just get that letterhead.

The only envelope to make a slide whistle sound upon opening.
Thanks to rcs for the pic, which he found here. And hey, if you want to buy it for me...

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

The Triumphant Return of Human Torch... his rightful role as "Android Most Likely to Immolate Hitler."

Sub-Mariner clearly lost the coin toss.
Though I am a fan of Captain America punching Hitler, one has to admire the flair that Torchie puts into it. Cap would have just busted though the bars and made a beeline to Adolf; Torch takes the time to burn a few swastika flags on the way in. Sauve.

Torch and Subby put the knuckle to the Nazis in Marvel Mystery Comics #37, with art by Syd Shores.

Thanks to Olaf.

Monday, November 2, 2009

You Know What Really Grinds Hitler's Gears?

These guys sure do:

Did Mr. Justice have the day off or something?
Steel Sterling, the Black Hood, and Sergeant Boyle roll over the axis in Jackpot #5, with art by Bob Montana, who you might know for creating a certain redheaded teen who loves the ladies and might sing a Britpop song every now and then.

Oh, and if anyone wants to submit an Archie Punching Hitler drawing to HitlerPuncher AT gmail DOT com, I will be eternally grateful.

Thanks to Olaf for the artwork.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Hey, Indiana Jones...

This is how you ask Hitler for an autograph:

I bet people would line up for a Hitler autograph/punching table at any given convention.
Citizen V suckerpunches Der Fuhrer in Daring Mystery Comics #8. I'm not sure who the artist is, as the link I was sent is in French. I'm lucky to gather any background circumstances at all.

Thanks to Olaf.