Everyone knows Doc Holliday can handle a guy with a gun, but what about a guy with a whip? Would the whip's movement induce double vision, or would it give Doc an extra second to work on his aim? As for Junior Jones, what’s one guy with a gun? He stared down the entire Nazi party and lived to tell the tale. Ironically, we suspect Doc and Indy would be drinking buddies in the real world, at least until Doc ordered a round of San She Tan Chiew, a.k.a. Three Snake Liquor.
Val Kilmer, "Tombstone"
Dying from tuberculosis, Doc Holliday is frail as can be, but that doesn't stop him from being one serious badass. Doc is a dentist-turned-gambler with a mean streak, and he's as fast as anyone with a pistol. But he's no brute; Doc's an educated man, and with his quick wit and sharp tongue, he steals just about every scene he's in. He gets away with saying whatever he wants because his enemies know that when it comes down to it, the chances that they'll walk away from a gunfight with Doc Holliday are slim to none. And slim just left town.
Definitive badass moment: Holliday's illness has taken a turn for the worse. Coughing up blood and barely able to walk, Doc is still quick enough with a pistol to kill Johnny Ringo in a gunfight.
Classic badass line: Bad guy Ringo, frustrated over the fact that Wyatt Earp didn't come to the showdown, screams, "Isn't anyone here man enough to play for blood?" Holliday surprises him and says, "I'm your huckleberry."
Strengths: Loyal and reliable, fastest gun in the West
Weaknesses: Dying from a nasty combination of tuberculosis and alcoholism
Bracket History: Defeated #8 Ash Williams in round 1, 59%-41%
Harrison Ford, "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
Who says college professors can’t be badasses? Dr. Henry “Indiana” Jones may not have time for love, but he always makes time for an archaeological expedition. Indy’s first and foremost a historian, but to find his inner adventurer, he needs only remove his glasses, don his fedora and grab his trusty bullwhip. A profound desire to see precious antiquities in museums rather than on the black market has found him ankle-deep in adders, poisoned by the Chinese mafia, dragged under a tank by Nazis, and almost flattened by a giant boulder…but that’s all in a day’s work for Indiana Jones.
Definitive badass moment: When facing a sword-wielding assassin who boastfully demonstrates his dexterity with his blade, Jones shrugs, pulls out his revolver, and shoots the guy dead in his tracks.
Classic badass line: “You want to talk to God? Let's go see him together. I've got nothing better to do!”
Occupation: Archaeology professor
Strengths: Intelligent, good with a gun and a bullwhip
Weaknesses: Afraid of snakes, often places his trust in the wrong people
Bracket History: Defeated #1 Jack Bauer in round 1, 53%-47%