Eighties Action Movie

Eighties Action Movie

Action movie, eighties style:
muscles, shootings, toothless smile.
Lots of catchphrases to quote,
pushing violence down your throat.
Wicked villains, spiky hair,
German accents everywhere.
M16s on fully-auto,
“Kill or die”, that is the motto.
Helicopters, jungle, bomb,
“This is just like Vietnam…”
Hero killing dozens while
he remains unhurt, such style.
Female sidekick, hot as hell,
he will fall under her spell.
Happy ending, music track,
next year’s sequel – “I’ll be back!”


Some loose inspirations for the characters drawn in this comic:
For the villain – Hans from Die Hard (German accent!)
For the cop – Schwarzenegger in Terminator/Commando/Red Heat (German accent!), Bruce Willis as John McClane in Die Hard.
(And basically any action movie I watched as a kid).


Here’s another comic about “Terminator”.
And another movie satire (Wizard of Oz).
And another comic about using accents in movies.


There’s plenty of action going on in my Instagram and Twitter accounts.

Tin Man

Tin Man Heart - by C-Section Comics

Everyone thought that the great
Wizard of Oz was oh so smart.
He gave Tin Man crumpled paper
and told him “Hey, here’s your heart.”

You would say “Well what’s the matter?
It might just be a good start.”
But Tin Man was not so happy,
and he tore the heart apart.

Tin Man acted rude and heartless,
ranted just like an old fart.
We all know this wouldn’t happen
if he only had a heart.


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I vaguely remembered having Tin-Man in an older comic. Apparently I drew him in 2011 on my comic on the mobile wars that raged back then (see item number 4)

British Accents

Don’t you know your history?
Let’s solve a big mystery:
Romans? They had British accents.
Ancient Greeks? British accents.
Pharaoh’s Egypt? British accents.
Let’s all cheer for British accents!
Hollywood makes actors speak
this way so they’d sound antique.

This is almost an addiction,
also works in fantasy fiction:
Game of Thrones? British accents.
Hobbits? Elves? British accents.
(Only Dwarves have Scottish accents,
sharp and deadly like their axes)

This is quite a famous trope
“Queen’s Latin” the name’s , and nope,
it’s not likely to fade soon.

So, did you like the cartoon?


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Fancy some more comics, do you?
Here’s an old one about Meme Stars Game of Thrones characters.

Speaking about Scottish accents, there’s this one about types of English.

That Terminator Is out There

That Terminator is out there

Listen people, listen folks
Terminator was a hoax:
Future robot with a gun –
his accent? Oh, it’s Austrian.

Terminator’s Austrian?
Meet one who’s Italian:
“It’s-a me, it’s Mario.
I just want to kill things, bro.

Koopa Troopas, Goombas – ding –
Mario kills everything!
Terminate them, no remorse,
using deadly brutal force.

Saving Peach? Shit I don’t care.
I just want to kill, I swear!
(And for that I’ve got a knack).
Ciao Amigo, I’ll-a be back.”


Here’s the original – Kyle Reese giving Sarah Connor his “That Terminator is out there” speech:


More video-game comics? Here’s one about Angry birds (they’re still a thing, right?)


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You’ll-a be back.

Every Woody Allen Movie Ever

Woody Allen Movies - by C-Section Comics

In the sexual creepiness level, Woody Allen falls somewhere between Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski. Woody Allen is married to Soon-Yi Previn, the adopted daughter of his former Partner/Lover Mia Farrow (Farrow and Allen never married). According to Wikipedia, Allen began a relationship with Previn while he was still in a relationship with Previn’s mother.

In a recent interview , Allen explained the key to their relationship:

“I’m 35 years older, and somehow, through no fault of mine or hers, the dynamic worked. I was paternal. She responded to someone paternal. I liked her youth and energy. She deferred to me, and I was happy to give her an enormous amount of decision making just as a gift and let her take charge of so many things.”


(For the record, I truly enjoy watching most Woody Allen movies, though it has come come to the point that if I start watching one of them in the middle, I can’t tell which one I’m watching. But when you think of it, since they’re all the same, it doesn’t really matter.)


Feeling Nauseous? Why not read this comic about another famous Hollywood producer, or these comics about TV shows?