The Ripper vs. Lightning Lad

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Our hero is looking for the hidden bomb so he can diffuse it. Flying into view is the villain, Ripper, in our story, who has some bad news for our hero…he’ll never find the bomb in time! Especially since he will be occupied suffering at the hands of the Ripper. Recovering from the sneak attack, our hero places the villain in a tremendous bearhug, but Ripper refuses to divulge the information and once again turns the tables.

Out on his feet, our hero is soon hooded and then put to sleep. Hogtied next, there little defense the hero can mount to ward off the pain which is to come. Slowly choked out with the rope, Ripper departs to check on his bomb, which allows our hero to escape his rope bonds and attack Ripper when he returns.

One final decisive battle between will decide the fate of the bomb and the city. Will our hero finally get the location and code of the bomb so he can diffuse it and save the city? Or will Ripper finally defeat his arch enemy and bring the city to its knees, his master devious plan brought to its unthinkable fruition? Find out in this exciting match!

TOTAL RUN-TIME: 21 minutes, 13 seconds

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Where's the Bomb?

Back in the days, kids played games like capture the flag and ping pong and watched reruns of “Gun Smoke” on black-n-white TV. Now, they need something more up to date. Watch as Scrappy Muscles and Elite Elliott play “Where’s the Bomb.”
“Where is it?... Where did they put the bomb?!!!” Elliot says, searching all over the junk yard.
Enter Scrappy. “Looking for something?” he says, grabbing Eliot by the neck
“…. [T]he bomb…,” replies Elliot, sounding half choked off.
“What bomb?” says Scrappy with a sickening laugh. “I don’t know what you’re talking about…”
“Nobody is stronger than the Ripper, nobody!” he says, flexing like he’s the King.
Scrappy chokes Elliot out four times, including once with a trope. In the end, Elliot is left to be “blown” to smithereens. A lot more mind-blowing action for kids than hide-and-go-seek, wouldn’t you say? -- unless, of course, the bomb is real!

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