ISSUE 27
01-01-2001

Issue Theme: Boot To The Head: The Martial Arts Issue
An Extra Segement
(Dave Mattingly, 6 pages)
Dave kicks #27 into gear.
Alabama Bound
(Bill Jackson, 10 pages)
Hollywood Martial Arts punches up the big screen for us;
Thunderfist and the White Ninja let their actions speak for them.
Bob’s Original Hero Stuff Pages
(Bob Greenwade, 16 pages)
Arms Against the Dragon, a martial arts scenario with Dr. Yin Wu, the Dragon Mandarin;
Krav Maga, the Israeli martial art.
Deadly's Epitaphs
(Tom Lively, 7 pages)
Damage, Inc. whallops us with new ways to look at doing damage.
Drooling Fanboy Productions
(Nestor Rodriguez, 7 pages)
Freemovers: Haven revisits the center of the dimensions, and shows us around.
Ed's Astonishing Tales
(Ed May, 4 pages)
Red Star is a villain agency in the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents universe.
Hart-Felt Words
(Lisa Hartjes, 6 pages)
Blade Dancing is a martial art for fantasy warriors.
Leah's Notebook
(Leah Watts, 2 pages)
Kitty Fu is the martial art of the "fsst! fsst!" common housecat.
Out Of The Darkness
(James Davis, 5 pages)
Neko and Scrap are heroic martial artists.
Post 12 Recovery
(Joe Linehan, 3 pages)
Tora No Shi is an organization of honorable crime-fighting ninjas.
Power Point
(Dave Mattingly, 6 pages)
Snakeskin and Sidekick are two martial arts heroes from different sides of the 4-color spectrum.
Rhino Rhitings
(Derek Hiemforth, 12 pages)
Batman, converted from DC Heroes, is "skilled in virtually all forms of physical combat."
Rocket Science
(Robert Phillips, 7 pages)
I Hate Martial Arts dissects martial arts and compares them to powers.
Ruff Stuff
(Rodney Ruff, 6 pages)
Ty Kwon Nguyen is a kick-butt fighter;
Those Insipid Examples takes inside the Man of Trivia's mind to see where he gets all of his cool references.
Surbrook's Stuff
(Michael Surbrook, 18 pages)
New Martial Arts Styles includes styles of fencing and humorous examples;
Martial Arts in Medieval Europe takes the magic out of fantasy fighting;;
Ch'i Kung Techniques and (More) Fu Schticks for Champions bring us more impossibly cool moves;
Chun Li Xiang and Wong Fei Hong show us how to use martial arts to build cool characters.
Watson's Words
(Ross Watson, 3 pages)
Kee-shalam is the martial art of shields. "The best offense is a good defense."
Soliloquies
(everyone, 20 pages)
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