hot on the heels of the last piece, another deliciously sloppy colored sketch of Gogo and the Greenshirts, this time rockin' a haka prior to the match (a practice recently popularized and fuggin' intense to watch).
I'm no scholar of the art, and without sound a haka isn't quite as powerful, so here's a clip helpfully provided: [link]
War cries, battle songs, and even their lesser cousins, sports cheers, can be a bone-chillingly powerful and primal human tradition. Groups of us chanting in unison? Screw you, nature. We're scarier
...even if we're not summoning a cloud of darkness, apparently.