Batman Is The World's Greatest Crime Fighter ... Philosopher Not So Much

No one would ever deny that Batman is hands down the greatest detective in the history of pop culture. (With the exception of Sherlock Holmes, Ellery Queen, Columbo, and Jessica Fletcher ... Though I still insist that she committed all those murders herself. Who would expect the sweet old British woman right?) That being said, having a great analytical mind does not always mean that an individual has a great grasp of linguistics. Batman is no exception to this fact. Though some true brilliance has escaped the mouth of the caped crusader from time to time he also spouted out some real doozies on occasion as well.

Here are some of my favorites:

"It's obvious. Only a criminal would disguise himself as a licensed, bonded guard yet callously park in front of a fire hydrant."

That's right, no law-abiding citizen has ever done that.

"We've come a long way from the Prime Minister's exploding cake. Or have we?"

Always keep an open mind when it comes to exploding pastry ... you just never know when it may happen.

"Salt and corrosion. The infamous old enemies of the crime fighter"

Oxidation will get you every time.

"A reporter's lot is not easy, making exciting stories out of plain, average, ordinary people like Robin and me."

Taking into consideration the state of the press these days ... I'm not going to touch that one.

"It's sometimes difficult to think clearly when you're strapped to a printing press."

Just ask any Playboy centerfold.

Robin: "You can't get away from Batman that easy!"

Batman: "Easily."

Robin: "Easily."

Batman: "Good grammar is essential, Robin."

What we speak good and everything.

"Yes, he moves very quickly for an overstuffed and unlikely Egyptian Pharaoh"

Large people generally don't make good sprinters.

"Not you, Robin. They have strict licensing laws in this country. A boy of your age is not allowed in a drinking tavern."

... and no strip clubs for you either.

"No thank you, Chief O'Hara. This time I think Robin and I better go at it alone. Any large contingent of police officers might create unnecessary confusion."

 ... and me thinks tip off a villain or two of our presence.

"Catwoman, I find you to be odious, abhorrent, and insegrievious."

I normally find Catwoman to be provocative, seductive and titillating.

"Robin: Where'd you get a live fish, Batman?"

Batman: "The true crime-fighter always carries everything he needs in his utility belt, Robin."

Now that's going the extra mile in random preparedness preparation. (I know that made my head hurt to)

"It is the duty of every good citizen of Gotham City to report meeting a man from Mars in a public park".

I live in Southern California, I meet people like that all the time ... should I have reported them?

"No, Robin. With my head sticking out of this neosaurus costume, I might not appear like an ordinary, run of the mill crime-fighter."

Barney never looked like a crime-fighter to me. Neither did Dino for that matter.

"Bartender, a bit of advice. Always inspect a jukebox carefully. These machines can be deadly."

Thousands needlessly die each year from jukebox related accidents ... such a shame.

"Let that be a lesson. In future, be more careful from who you accept free lemonade."

Nuff Said.

(after coming through Barbara's window): "We would have entered the building by more conventional means, but we didn't want to startle the tenants."

... and you may have had time to put your clothes on.

"That's one trouble with dual identities, Robin. Dual responsibilities."

I'll let you discuss that with your therapist.

Wonder Woman 1984 - Gal Gadot Can Run Faster Than Crap!

Somebody was able to shoot a video from a building near where scenes from "Wonder Woman 1984" is being shot that shows actress Gal Gadot running at a full sprint down the street. As a former track-star myself I honestly don't think I ever ran that fast? She looks like a gazelle .... a tall, lovely, incredibly sexy gazelle ... what were we talking about?

Oh yeah, check out this clip:

Gal Gadot herself tweeted out this pic over the weekend (I think I'm in love!):

DC Comics is Back in Black

From DC Comics

DC Black Label is a brand-new publishing imprint dedicated to giving premier writers and artists the chance to expand on DC’s unrivaled characters with unique, standalone stories set outside DC continuity. The imprint will be DC’s home for classy, collectible superhero stories aimed at mature readers looking to be challenged and surprised as they’re entertained, with an eye for the unique and remarkable. In that regard, each DC Black Label series will have a unique format and a release schedule designed to best serve the story and creative vision, with the first of the previously announced DC Black Label titles set to debut later this year:

BATMAN: DAMNED #1 – September 19, 2018 (bimonthly, three issues)
SUPERMAN: YEAR ONE #1 – November, 2018 (bimonthly, three issues)
THE OTHER HISTORY OF THE DC UNIVERSE #1 – December, 2018 (seven issues)

While the new, upcoming series have gotten fans talking—and all of us here at DC are as excited to read them as you are, so we certainly understand—they’ll also be joined under the banner by some beloved existing titles that represent the DC Black Label spirit and mission. These were Black Label books before there was a Black Label, and can give fans a clearer idea of what to expect from the line as a whole.

The first collected edition out of the gate will be Sean Murphy’s BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT, which recently wrapped up its eight-issue run. With its ruminations on the true meaning of justice and whether Gotham City’s crimefighters may be just as mad as its criminals, Batman: White Knight resonated with fans and critics alike, resulting in one of the most important and thoroughly original Batman comics released in quite some time. A crucial storyline that both redefines the Dark Knight and his cast of characters while taking them on an imaginative and wholly original adventure that wouldn’t be possible within DC Universe continuity, Batman: White Knight will be right at home at DC Black Label when the collected edition is released on October 9th.

In addition, fans can look forward to several of DC’s most acclaimed and influential comics getting a DC Black Label release as well. Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s ALL-STAR SUPERMAN, Darwyn Cooke’s DC: THE NEW FRONTIER and Mark Waid and Alex Ross’ KINGDOM COME will all soon be released under the imprint. They’ll also be joined by some historic work from legendary artist and writer Frank Miller, whose BATMAN: YEAR ONE and BATMAN: DARK KNIGHT: MASTER RACE will become part of the line as well, timed to the release of his new Superman: Year One series with John Romita, Jr.

In short, it’s a great year to be a fan of smart, genre-pushing comic books. If this is the first time you’re hearing about the new DC Black Label titles, you’ll definitely want to check out our earlier announcement for all the details. But for the rest of you, let us know what you think! Are you excited about the way DC Black Label is shaping up? Will you be grabbing the Batman: White Knight collected edition? Which of the new DC Black Label books are you most excited about? Sound off in the comments below!

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Look For A New Power Rangers Team From BOOM! This September!

From BOOM! Studios

SHATTERED GRID is over. And now a new team of Power Rangers must rise.

A new era begins in MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS #31 as award-nominated writer Marguerite Bennett (Batwoman, Animosity) and artist Simone di Meo (Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor) introduce an all-new Power Rangers team unlike any other! What is the secret behind this new team, and what ancient evil threatens the future?

Print copies of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #31 will be available for sale in Spetember 2018 at local comic book shops (use to find the one nearest you) or at the BOOM! Studios webstore. Digital copies can be purchased from content providers like comiXology, iBooks, Google Play, and the BOOM! Studios app.

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Dark Horse Collects "GIGANTIC" in Deluxe Oversized Library Edition

From Dark Horse Comics

Ten years ago critically acclaimed writer, Rick Remender (Fear Agent, The End League) and groundbreaking artist, Eric Nguyen (X-Men, Sandman Mystery Theatre) teamed up for a comic series of epic proportion! GIGANTIC merged visually exciting art with a story examining America's consumer-based culture, and now, Dark Horse is proud to bring this gargantuan tale to life in a deluxe, oversized hardcover.

In a twist on the cult-classic film The Truman Show, GIGANTIC follows a brainwashed alien superhero deposited on Earth to be the unwitting star of an intrusive, around-the-clock television program being filmed without his knowledge while a giant, armored invader attacks San Francisco!

GIGANTIC Library Edition collects the full five-issue series and presents the innovative story in its ultimate format!

GIGANTIC Library Edition HC goes on sale November 28, 2018, and is available for pre-order at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and your local comic shop. This 136-page volume retails for $24.99.

Praise for GIGANTIC:

"The idea that mankind was created for no other reason than the entertainment of a cruel, yet media-savvy race of aliens, just tickles me the right way." —IGN

"...humanity's first contact with alien life is a mere prelude to the shocking events that follow." —CBR

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How Alden Ehrenreich found out about Maul’s shocking appearance in Solo

The appearance of Darth Maul in "Solo" blew my mind. I sure hope they make the rest of this trilogy!

From The Express (UK)
By Shaun Kitchener

Towards the end of the recent Star Wars spin-off, the iconic villain from Episode I: The Phantom Menace is revealed as the mysterious superior to Dryden Vos (Paul Bettany), who by that point had been killed by Qi’Ra (Emilia Clarke).

Clarke is then summoned to see him, at which point the film ends.

Speaking to ET Canada, Ehrenreich said the cast and crew were not informed of Maul’s cameo until incredibly late in the process.

“Late,” he said. “Like, when we were going back and doing a few pick-ups.

“There was a part in the script where it said somebody appears but it didn’t say who, so there was speculation among the cast and crew over who it was gonna be.

“Everyone was kind of talking about it. There were a lot of rumours.”

Asked about how he would like any future sequels to play out, the actor said he just wants to share the screen more with Clarke and Donald Glover.

“I think all the relationships between me and Lando, me and Qi’Ra… all those relationships are so dynamic and fun and interesting,” he reasoned.

Sequel news has not been confirmed by LucasFilm just yet, possibly because of the negative press swirling around Solo’s box office.

Although its haul of just under $180 million in the US is good by many film’s standards, it’s substantially lower than the number it needed to make to break even. It’s also, by a long shot, the worst-performing Star Wars film since Disney took over LucasFilm.

For now, the only Star Wars film officially in the diary is Episode 9, the conclusion of the Skywalker saga - due in cinemas in late 2019.

Rian Johnson is also working on a trilogy, as are the Game of Thrones showrunners.

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What if Superman and Spider-Woman danced in the sky?

What if Superman and Spider-Woman danced in the sky, shared awkward kisses, fought a group of hoodlums, joined a flash mob and it was all sound-tracked to some really cheesy 80's techno?

I wonder what that would be like ...

Wow! That was really low-budget wasn't it?

I know that song will be stuck in your head all day so, I was able to find the lyrics for it so you can sing along without sounding like an idiot:

Tu Mera Superman Mai Teri Lady
Ho Gaya Hai Apna Pyar Allready
Mai Tera Superman Tu Meri Lady
Ho Gaya Hai Apna Pyar Allready
Mahsus Karo Mahfus Teri Baho Me
Mahsus Karo Mahfus Teri Baho Me
Mai Naj Karo Chale Sath Tu Jab Raho Me
Mai Naj Karo Chale Sath Tu Jab Raho Me
Tu Mera Superman Mai Teri Lady
Ho Gaya Hai Apna Pyar Allready
Humdard Hai Tu Kamjoro Ka Hai Sahara
Humdard Hai Tu Kamjoro Ka Hai Sahara
Tujhe Mere Liye Ambar Se Gaya Hai Utara
Tujhe Mere Liye Ambar Se Gaya Hai Utara
Mai Tera Superman Tu Meri Lady
Ho Gaya Hai Apna Pyar Allready
Tera Sunke Nam Aa Jaye Chamak Aankho Me
Tera Sunke Nam Aa Jaye Chamak Aankho Me
Mere Dil Ne Chuna Hai Sath Tera Lakho Me
Mere Dil Ne Chuna Hai Sath Tera Lakho Me
Tu Mera Superman Tu Meri Lady
Ho Gaya Hai Apna Pyar Allready
Pyar Allready Pyar Allready.

This clip actually came from the Indian film "Dariya Dil (1988)" which oddly enough had nothing to do with either Superman or Spider-Woman.


Chided by his family for being the absolute miser, wealthy industrialist Dhaniram (Kader Khan) loves his money as a mother loves a child. This does not auger well with his two sons, Ajay and Vijay (Shashi Kiran and Raj Kiran respectively). The two sons despise their father and find various ways to entrap him, but in vain. Dhaniram gets in the bad books of Income Tax Officer, D.O. Gogi (Shakti Kapoor), and as a result Gogi is arrested and imprisoned. His sister, Dolly (Roshini) and brother, Gulu (Gulshan Grover) both scheme a devious plot that will ensure the death of Dhaniram, and the control of his wealth will rest with them and Gogi.

I can see why a Superman and Spider-Woman dance number may have been necessary to spice that up.

You know what the movie "Wall Street" needed? A Iron Man / Wonder Woman dance number to shake things up that's what.

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First Look - Wonder Woman returns to a world of MTV and shopping malls.

I really have to question why the Makers of "Wonder Woman 2" didn't set the film in the 70s instead of the 80s? I mean the original TV series took place in the 70s right?

From Collider

In a pleasant morning surprise, Warner Bros. has released the first Wonder Woman 2 images from the highly anticipated sequel, as filming on the follow-up is now underway. Officially titled Wonder Woman 1984, the film sees Patty Jenkins returning to direct a story that brings Diana Prince into the 1980s, where she faces off against supervillain The Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig.

But the most revelatory thing about these images is that they confirm Chris Pine’s return as Steve Trevor. And this doesn’t appear to be some sort of hallucination or flashback, as Trevor is looking confused as all get-up in what appears to be a mall. I’m not quite sure if we’re dealing with time travel or what here, and I’m a bit wary of undoing what was such an emotional plot development in the first Wonder Woman, but I do trust the storytelling instincts of Jenkins inherently so I’m still all in.

Filming for Wonder Woman 1984 is taking place in Washington D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, and in the UK, Spain ,a d the Canary Islands. Gal Gadot obviously reprises her titular role, and Pedro Pascal also co-stars in the film. While the press release doesn’t confirm who’s writing the screenplay, Jenkins and Geoff Johns were previously revealed to be working on the script, so it’ll be interesting to see who earns the final credit.

Additionally, Zack Snyder and Deborah Snyder are still involved as producers on the film alongside Jenkins, Gadot, Charles Roven, and Stephen Jones. Rebecca Roven Oakley, Richard Suckle, Wesley Coller, Walter Hamada, and Geoff Johns are executive producers.

Jenkins has pretty much reunited most of her behind-the-scenes team from Wonder Woman, including director of photography Matthew Jensen, production designer Aline Bonetto, and costume designer Lindy Hemming. Oscar-nominated editor Ricahrd Pearson (United 93) is editing the film.

Check out the exciting first Wonder Woman 2 images. Wonder Woman 1984 opens in theaters on November 1, 2019.

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Straight from Gallifrey - Lost Doctor Who episodes may still be out there.

For well over a decade now I have been reading stories about how the BBC has been attempting to recover about a hundred or so episodes of the long-running science fiction series "Doctor Who" that were taped over or destroyed. It has long been believed that many of these are somehow in the hands of private collectors and the network has reached out on several occasions to try and reacquire them. So far only a handful have surfaced. I sure hope that this attempt will be more successful.

From Screenrant
Source: Avery Guerra

Doctor Who archivist Paul Vanezis, who discovered four missing episodes in Cyprus back in the '80s, has offered hope for fans all over the world; he believes the 97 lost episodes could yet be recovered. According to Vanezis, the black and white episodes are in the hands of private collectors.

Throughout the 1960s and the 1970s, the BBC tended to tape over old recordings. The reality is that the television medium was still fresh and new, and the BBC didn't see long-lasting value in episodes. As the BBC's own archivist, Adam Lee, told Today I Found Out; "They saw it as something that was transmitted, went out live, and was finished." As a result, when the BBC began to air programs in color, they enacted a policy of erasing old black-and-white shows. They couldn't imagine that these would ever be valuable. And that even included what would become cult classics like Doctor Who.

Although many episodes have since been recovered, there are still 97 old episodes missing from the William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton era. Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Doctor Who archivist Paul Vanezis has suggested they're still out there. "There are missing Doctor Whos with private collectors," he explained. "They may be interested in handing them over."

The quest for the missing Doctor Who episodes is a fascinating one, and a labor of love for the fans. Some lost episodes were found in Ethiopia back in 2013, and were released by the BBC in time for the show's 50th anniversary. More recently, the BBC has begun using audio recordings, surviving photographs and brief film clips to create animated versions of some of the missing stories, such as 1966's "The Power of the Daleks". But the real hope is clearly that black-and-white video recordings could yet be recovered, and the BBC is sure to offer a premium price in order to purchase the copies.

The Holy Grail of Doctor Who is the episode "The Tenth Planet", which includes the Doctor's first onscreen regeneration. This saw William Hartnell's First Doctor transform into Patrick Troughton's Second, an unprecedented change of direction for the science-fiction TV series. Nowadays, regeneration is an accepted part of Doctor Who lore, but in the '60s this transformation was a shocking one. Only brief clips of the regeneration remain, and that only because they were aired on an episode of the children's TV series Blue Peter. If Vanezis is right, and if one collector somewhere happens to have a copy of that episode, then fans will have real reason to celebrate.
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Oh Well Poop: Roland Emmerich is remaking "Midway"

In 1998 he ruined a movie about my favorite monster (Godzilla) and now he has his sights on my favorite war movie "Midway". What does this guy have against me?

From Variety

Now in pre-production, with principal photography scheduled to start Sept. 3, Emmerich’s movie is inspired by the true story of the Battle of Midway, the turning point in the Pacific theater of World War II, chronicling the heroic and harrowing exploits of the soldiers and aviators who inflicted a devastating defeat on Japan’s navy.

With a cast including Oscar nominee Woody Harrelson and Mandy Moore, “Midway” caused waves when AGC Studios announced one week before the Cannes Film Festival in May that it was bringing the action epic onto the open market running alongside the fest.

Produced by Emmerich’s Centropolis Entertainment, Harald Kloser (“2012,” “Independence Day: Resurgence”), and Mark Gordon (“Saving Private Ryan,” “The Patriot,” “Molly’s Game”), “Midway” weighed in at Cannes as one of its two or three biggest titles, with a budget of around $100 million.

Its pre-sales confirm the major deal-making trend of this year’s Cannes Film Market: A few big projects, some with studio-level budgets and all with big talent attached, were swiftly snatched up by some of the world’s biggest foreign distributors.

“Generally, buyers came to Cannes with a short and very specific list of priority titles and were ready to bid aggressively to secure that premium product,” Rothstein said. “As anticipated, ‘Midway’ was one of those, titles and we did the bulk of these terrific cumulative sales even within the first three to four days of the market.”

“Midway” is written by Wes Tooke (“Colony”) and “Hacksaw Ridge” co-scribe Robert Schenkkan. Financed by Hong Kong-based Starlight Entertainment Group and Providence Entertainment, “Midway” also underscores the importance of Chinese companies in both investment and distribution.

“‘Midway’s’ terrific international Cannes sales will cover a substantial portion of the film’s near-$100 million budget,” said Ford, AGC’s chairman. “But equally as important is the China pre-sale to Bona alongside the equity investment from Starlight and Providence, all previously brokered by CAA. These days, that substantial territorial pre-buy and global investment from one or more Chinese partners is very much de rigueur for independent films budgeted at this level.”

Here is the goop on the original "Midway" made way back in our bicentennial year (1976) with an all-star cast that included Charlton Heston and Henry Fonda from IMDB:

Six months after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. Navy still has not fully recovered from the losses it suffered. In April of 1942 the US staged a desperate stopgap measure to bring pressure on Japan by launching Army bombers under the command of James Doolittle from the USS Hornet to bomb Tokyo and other cities. While the raid achieved relatively little in terms of damage, it has sent a wave of panic among Japanese leadership, and the commander of the Combined Fleet, Isoroku Yamamoto, sees it as opportunity to implement a planned attack on the island of Midway, near the Hawaiian Islands, a plan designed to bring out what is left of the US Pacific Fleet and finish it off before American industry (which has long scared Yamamoto given its greater strength over Japan's) can fully commit to rebuilding American strength. The proposed operation encounters resistance from Admiral Nobutake Kondo, who doesn't believe Vice Admiral Chuichi Nagumo can survive another attack by the First Air Fleet's carriers against a target certain to bring out land-based bombers.

While the command corps of the Imperial Navy debates Yamamoto's plan, US Navy Captain Matthew Garth, a go-between for the Navy's Pacific command - aka CINCPAC - is consulting Navy intelligence chief Captain Joseph Rochefort, who spends his full time in a dank underground chamber decoding Japanese radio traffic with a staff of assistants. Rochefort has been getting some traffic about an area of interest to the Japanese known only as Objective AF.

Garth, meanwhile, has a more personal issue to deal with, as his son, a Navy pilot, has fallen in love with a Japanese girl on Oahu, at the worst possible time given the wholesale internment of Japanese on American soil.

Rochefort's codebreaking allows the Pacific Fleet to learn of a Japanese invasion force heading for Port Moresby. Two of the Fleet's four available carrier groups - the USS Lexington and Yorktown - are dispatched to the Coral Sea, where they engage two of the First Air Fleet's carriers, Division Five, the Shokaku and Zuikaku, and a smaller carrier. The Lexington is attacked by some two hundred Japanese planes and sunk, while the smaller Japanese carrier is sunk and some damage is wrought to the rest of Division Five. The Yorktown is also heavily damaged and some 100 US aircraft are lost.

After the Yorktown returns to Pearl for repairs - a three-month job compressed to three days via 1,200 technicians working around the clock - Captain Garth and Joe Rochefort meet Admiral Chester Nimitz with after-action reports from Coral Sea. It is here that Rochefort broaches a theory that Objective AF in Japanese code traffic may be the Island of Midway, near Hawaii; Rochefort asks that a dummy message about a shortage of fresh water be sent from Midway in the clear. Deciding no harm can come of it, Nimitz has his aide LTC Earnest Blake have the message sent.

Days later a transmission from the Japanese warbase on Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands is intercepted by Pearl and it confirms that AF is indeed Midway. Garth awakens Nimitz with the news.

Meanwhile Yamamoto has laid out his plan - a Northern force is to invade several Aleutian Islands to draw US attention from Midway, where the First Air Fleet - now down to four carriers, the Akagi, Kaga, Soru, and Hiryu - will attack Midway; Admiral Kondo's invasion fleet will then occupy the island and the US will have no choice but to counterattack with their remaining carriers, under the presumed command of aggressive Admiral William F. Halsey. There is no concern for the understrength nature of the First Air Fleet given that Division Five was considered the weakest unit of the Imperial Navy's carrier force. Admiral Nagumo, though, does have some misgivings that the plan depends on the US reacting as expected.

Nimitz meanwhile gets bad news - Halsey has been hospitalized and will not be available to defend Midway, so he hands command to one of his cruiser commanders, Raymond Spruance. Atop this, Nimitz has to deal with Vinton Maddox, a "scalp-hunter" from Washington who believes the Japanese are feeding radio traffic to deceive Hawaii into being outmaneuvered by a Japanese strike at Hawaii itself or even California.

Captain Garth is assigned to the USS Yorktown, now operational despite Coral Sea damage, under Admiral Frank J. Fletcher, while Admiral Spruance commands the carriers Enterprise and Hornet. Also assigned to the Enterprise's air group is Matt's son, Tom, angry that his father tried to intervene on behalf of his girlfriend.

In early June long range reconnaisance seaplanes spot the two Japanese armadas, and as expected Nagumo's air fleet attacks Midway, slaughtering the island's small group of fighters and strafing and bombing the area. Nagumo, though, has ordered scout planes to probe the area he expects American sea forces to be - northeast of Midway, as they indeed are. But a scout plane is late getting launched, a fateful delay when the Midway attack commences and returning aircraft arrive to the fleet almost out of fuel and some sustaining damage - just as the tardy scout plane picks up the US fleet and Nagumo's assistant Admiral Tamon Yamaguchi recommends an immediate attack on the US force even with aircraft not properly armed for anti-ship action.

The Midway attack has brought out the air armadas of the three US carriers, but attack by torpedo planes is intercepted by Japanese fighters; Group Eight from the USS Hornet is massacred and only Ensign George Gay survives, while Group's Six and Three achieve no success either; Tom Garth and other fighter pilots do succeed in shooting down several enemy fighters but Tom's plane is pierced by fire and the cockpit blows up in flame, severely injuring Tom.

Amid the martyrdom of the Torpedo Groups, Raymond Massey and Max Leslie of the Enterprise and Yorktown's dive bomber squadrons reach the enemy force just as Nagumo has begun to launch his planned attack on the US fleet; caught completely by surprise, the Japanese carriers are pummeled by dive bombers and their flight decks, stacked with launching aircraft and bombs carelessly stacked aside, are ripped to shreds. Within a minute or so, the Akagi, Kaga, and Soryu are shredded and left in flame, with only Tamon Yamaguchi and the Hiryu left to attack the USS Yorktown.
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