Friday, July 4, 2008

Friday Night Fights: The flying forearm of freedom!

Like a lot of Americans, I plan to celebrate this country's Independence Day by taking a short road trip and then sitting on my butt for the next three days, preferably near an ice chest. But while thinking about a life of luxury and all the Gulf shrimp I can handle, I also thought about the importance of this day.

The Fourth of July is more than fireworks and hot dogs — it's the founding of one of the greatest countries in modern history, a nation with a reputation as a source of endless opportunity. More than a seat of government, the United States serves as an ideal and it's hard not to think in terms of the icons that proudly proclaim, "This is America."

Y'know ... like a mythical Mexican wrestler fighting a pack of chupacabras in a Costa Rican cave.

Brings a patriotic tear to your eye, doesn't it? Viva America!

If you really want to see fireworks, trying messing with Bahlactus.

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Panels from "The Devil's Zapatos," published in The Amazing Joy Buzzards Vol. 2
Mark Andrew Smith, writer; Jim Pezzetti, artist


Khairul H. said...

Dude, the fight's postponed. Come back next week.

Maxo said...

Well, hell. That's what I get for running off for the holiday weekend.

Er ... I'm gonna go ahead and call this an exhibition round ...