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The Madman

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Sep 22, 2011 | 9:35 PM EDT

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Hey Krinkels,
Sometimes, people survive taking a bullet to the jaw. Sometimes people survive someone else falling on them, or even falling on someone else. Believe it or not, sometimes people actually survive getting hit once by the blunt end of a knife.
Just sayin'

It's just a joke, though, I love the series, Madness day, newgrounds, America, Jesus, etc.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

why hank he went through all that training for nothing now lol


Rated 5 / 5 stars

About your comment

While Hank seems to be able to take a lot more punishment than his enemies, many agents and grunts need more than one hit to go down. On the other hand it's true that some guys in the series dies from just a few fist punches.
About the falling: it depens on the hight but the one upon the other guy falls will most likely get hurt anyway. I only remember Hank falling on people and he always survives it.
About the knife: I think I know wich scene you are talkning about. There the guy only falls from the hit (wich is still ridiculus) and dies when he gets shot a few seconds later.
By the way if someone gets seriously injured they will just lie on the floor and move not much so there might be survivors. Note that in the later episodes people ge more and more clothing. Who konws, maybe they wear the"magical bandage" underneth.
Great animation anyway.

Emrox responds:

The comment was based on the first few madnesses. The bit with the knife comes from the third madness, and this was back when there was a kill counter. Nevertheless, your argument is quite compelling. Thanks! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

So many Agents!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

poor guy

good job someone has a heart and cares about the agents once.... im not saying they could have peace but im saying that i feel bad about the agents

Emrox responds:

They devote their lives to stopping Hank, only for it to amount to absolutely nothing.