Martial arts movies and animal onesies for adults: a winning combination!
What does a skeleton, a panda and a bat have in common? Answer: not only do they make awesome animal onesies for adults, their film equivalents star in some of the most iconic movie martial arts movie scenes of all time. Let me explain. The original Karate Kid (1984), Kung Fu Panda (2008) and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) feature scary skeletons, a plucky panda and a batman with bravura. And as far as animal onesies for adults go, these three - skeleton, panda and bat - are super cute, and super comfy.
In this article we’ll revel in the awesomeness that is the martial arts movie. Read on as we pay homage to three of the best fight scenes committed to the big screen. So, sit back, grab some popcorn and get comfy in one of our animal onesies for adults, we’re about to throwdown!
Karate Kid and animal onesies for adults
We pick up the action in this epic 80s flick with Daniel San in attendance at a spooky Halloween party. Daniel, somewhat reluctant to show his face at the party. comes dressed as a shower curtain. In fact, there are some pretty cool Halloween costumes in this scene. But none look nearly as cool or as unique as wearing animal onesies for adults!
Our hero decides to pull a prank on his nemesis, Johnny, by drenching him with a hose in the bathroom. Daniel then runs out of the party as fast as he can. Only problem is that the Cobra Kai guys, who happen to be dressed in skeletons onesies, are in hot pursuit. After chasing him through an abandoned lot, the gang corner Daniel. Here is where the fight scene begins. Or lack thereof, on Daniel’s part at least. The Cobra Kai guys gang up on Daniel and proceed to karate kick and punch him into a pulp. However, his mentor and savior, in the form of Mr Miyagi, easily scales the fence and rains blows down on the group of skeletons until they are incapacitated.
Could there be a more quintessential 1980s Hollywood fight scene? Think about it: a gang of skeletons corner a frightened teen and just before they do any serious harm the day is saved by a venerable War hero and all-round martial arts guru! Surely this totally radical 80s flick deserves a re-watch. And what better way to do it than in one of our totally awesome animal onesies for adults? The skeleton onesie is perfect for wearing to a fancy dress party or even just hanging out in at home (in case you have no body to go out with!).
Kung Fu Panda and animal onesies for adults
As far as animated martial arts movie fight scenes go, the one between Po Ping (panda) and Tai Lung (snow Leopard) in the 2008 wuxia comedy Kung Fu Panda, is an all-time classic. The evil Tai Lung has defeated Po’s master Shifu,. Now, Po must confront the powerful snow leopard and do battle to restore harmony in the Valley of Peace. Luckily for Po he has just figured out that what Tai Lung wants most, the Dragon Scroll, says nothing more than “there is no secret”. Having learnt to just be himself, Po fights Tai Lung using some of the Kung Fu moves that he was taught by Shifu as well as his own natural ability. Po is able to negate Tai Lung’s powerful leopard style Kung Fu through his array of uniquely confounding fighting techniques. Ultimately, Po trumps Tai Lung by deploying the secret Wuxi finger hold.
A great film with a great message: in order to be the best we can be, it’s important to be truly comfortable being ourselves. And what better way to get comfortable than by watching this funny animated martial arts movie in one of our amazing animal onesies for adults? Who knows, maybe we will pick up some other pearls of wisdom. Or at the very least we will see some great Kung Fu moves. Kiai!
Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice and animal onesies for adults
According to comic book lore Batman is a master of all known martial arts styles. However, his regular fighting style is a blend of Boxing, Muay Thai, Krav Maga, Capoeira, Taekwondo, Judo, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Ninjutsu, Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do, Kung Fu, and Karate. Indeed, the warehouse fight scene in Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) is a master class in how to take on multiple attackers. Let’s set the scene up first. After Lex Luthor kidnaps Superman’s adoptive mother, Martha, she is held hostage in a warehouse. Batman enters the warehouse and must fight a number of Lex’s henchmen to rescue Martha. Now with that out of the way, let’s take a look at scene itself. The action in the warehouse fight scene is intense. According film analyst Adrian Acevedo-Smith, in the four minute long scene, Batman uses at least 10 different styles of martial arts.
In the fight scene, Batman unleashes strikes and throws based on his knowledge of Ninjitsu, Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Krav Maga, as well as boxing. In doing so, Batman is able to dispatch the hapless henchmen and save the day, in true superhero form. It bears mentioning that Batman is a very unique superhero in that he possesses no super powers (unlike Superman, Spiderman, etc.). Indeed, Batman can only rely on his innate physical abilities (as well as his awesome array of bat gadgets). When it comes to fighting, The Dark Knight can quickly assess situations to deploy the perfect strike needed. If you are in the mood for a good old-fashioned superhero romp, Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice is the movie for you.
Now it’s time to don one of our animal onesies for adults, grab some snacks, get comfy and start watching! We know that you will look both cute and badass all at once in your bat kgurumi.
Now you know what a skeleton, a panda and a bat all have in common. And that is that they star in some of the most memorable martial arts movies of all time. Now it’s simply a matter of showing your affinity for martial arts movies. So, what are you waiting for? It's time to gear up in your favorite animal onesies for adults and start watching the karate kicks fly!
Our animal onesies for adults are of superior design, comfort and allow for maximum manoeuvrability. Therefore, we understand the temptation to do the odd flying spinning back kick in the comfort of your own lounge room. However, please note: we do not encourage the imitation of movie style martial arts moves at home. All martial arts training should be conducted under the direction of a trained professional. No one wants you to hurt your skeleton.