The bounciest, Nazi-smashingest retro-toon you'll see all day

Hey, kids! Do you like your heroes Bruce Campbell-jawed and Nathan Fillion-pulpy? Do you like your villains Hitlerifically evil? Do you like your women, er, buoyant? Then Rex Steele: Nazi Smasher is right up your Allied alley.

It's all death traps and cackling Nazis and ridiculously well-endowed German torturesses in "Chapter 13: In the Bosom of Terror." Based on Matt Peters and Pixar artist Bill Presing's wonderfully Indiana Jones-y graphic novel of the same name, this Alexander Woo-directed short isn't exactly new, but it's still full-to-bursting with awesome.

(Via Listen to Jimmy)

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