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HOLMES: Yes, this pushing and shoving and fist-throwing is at a funeral in Texas for a teenage boy who allegedly killed for refusing to join a gang.
But it also covers the reinvention that took him there: how a London-born, tough working-class Jewish boy - who was a fist-throwing member of the British anti-fascist brigade, 43 Group, and fought in Israel's War of Independence - eventually got rid of his Cockney accent and became known as the charismatic, erudite millionaire King of Hair.
With cameras rolling for 55 days in Seaside, N.J. (compared with the first season's 40), Salsano promises there's plenty of fist-throwing and hook-ups to come.
Meanwhile, photos surfaced of a throat-grabbing, fist-throwing brawl between her biological mother, Kursheed Qureshi, and the dad's second wife, Mina Qureshi.
Robotika #3 and 4 is offered as one issue, with the text promising "the longest fight in comic book history," with 48 pages of fist-throwing!