Top Ten "America, Fuck Yeah!" Moments in Comics

A column article, Top Ten by: Danny Djeljosevic, Nick Hanover

 

As you're undoubtedly aware, it's the week of July 4th. Which of course warrants celebration, and what better way to celebrate our world domination than through a Top 10 list of the greatest "America, Fuck Yeah!" moments in comics? Because remember, freedom is the only way.


Top 10 "America, Fuck Yeah!" Moments in Comics

 

10. Superman vs. Hitler

 Back in the day, Superman actually got off his ass and did stuff.

 

09. The Entirety of Frank Miller's Holy Terror

"Wake up, pond scum. America is at war against a ruthless enemy."

08. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles vs. Hitler

Hitler: Most punchable character in comics?

 

07. Spider-Man & Obama: Best Bros

The fist bump that sold half a million issues.

06. Captain America Versus France

Nevar 4get

 

05. Captain America Versus French Stereotypes

What IS it with this guy and French people?!

04. Savage Dragon vs. Zombie Osama Bin Laden

This is exactly why we have the PATRIOT Act, people. Because terrorists don't fight fair.

 

03. U.S. 1

There is nothing more American. NOTHING.

 

02. Liberty Belle

...except, of course, a super powered version of U.S. 1 that hits lizard men, or...

 

01. Captain America Punching Dictators

 

Whether it's crude and indecipherable racist caricatures...

 

Or Hitler...

 

Or would-be domestic dictators...

 

Or even that ultimate dictator, sleep...

Cap's fists are the ultimate in "America, Fuck Yeah!"

 

Happy 4th, everyone!

 


Danny Djeljosevic is a comic book creator, award-winning filmmaker (assuming you have absolutely no follow-up questions), film/music critic for Spectrum Culture and Co-Managing Editor of Comics Bulletin. Follow him on Twitter at @djeljosevic or find him somewhere in San Diego, often wearing a hat. Read his comic with Mike Prezzato, "Sgt. Death and his Metachromatic Men," over at Champion City Comics and check out his other comics at his Tumblr, Sequential FuckeryHis webcomic The Ghost Engine,with artist Eric Zawadzki, updates twice a week.


When he's not writing about the cape and spandex set and functioning as the Co-Managing Editor of Comics Bulletin, Nick Hanover is a book, film and music critic for Spectrum Culture and has contributed to No Tofu Magazine, Performer Magazine, Port City Lights and various other international publications. By which he means Canadian rags you have no reason to know anything about. He also translates for "Partytime" Lukash's Panel Panopticoand you can follow him on twitter @Nick_Hanover

 

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