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Fists of Justice: The Beginning
Fists of Justice Title Card
Season №: Season 2
Season episode №: 17a
Overall episode №: 43a
Original airdate: September 3, 2014

September 24, 2014 (official encore)

Airing Time: 10:05 p.m.

9:00 p.m. (official encore, Eastern), 6:00 p.m. (Pacific)

Directed by: Rod Amador
Written by: Dan Danko & Tom K. Mason
Storyboard: Jeff Barker
Episode guide
Grinder of Another Dimension
Lil Rob & the Beanstalk

Fists of Justice: The Beginning is the first half of the 17th episode of the second season of Wild Grinders, and the first half of the 43rd episode.


The Wild Grinders form a superhero team with Captain Grindstar to battle an alien invasion that threatens to destroy the planet.



Major EventsEdit



  • Along with the next episode, containing Mr. Dogfyre and Blast from the Past, Fists of Justice: The Beginning and Lil Rob & the Beanstalk have their airtime to be irregular (10:05).
    • Because the four segments were scheduled and released too early (September 3, 2014), the preview cover of Lil Rob and the Beanstalk is uploaded on Facebook and Instagram, representing that it and Fists of Justice will have their official and scheduled encore.
  • Fists of Justice: The Beginning was accidentally paired with Mr. Dogfyre, instead of Lil Rob & the Beanstalk in the Nicktoons' NickSports site.


  • Before Fists of Justice: The Beginning was presented, it was earlier aliased as Fists of Justice aka Wild Vengers.
    • The subtitle, Wild Vengers, is a parody of Marvel's The Avengers.
    • Captain Grindstar also said this by adding "Assemble!" in the end. It is the second time that the Wild Grinders series summons The Avengers allusion since Wild Grinders, Assemble!
  • Jack Knife uses a donkey bottom, as it bores a reference to a centaur.
  • Jack Knife's fly head strikes a resemblance to a 1986 horror film, The Fly.
  • "Wild Titans, go!" (quote by Goggles) is a reference of the phrase "Teen Titans, go!".
    • Another was Wonder Titans and Titan League, as other Teen Titans references, especially the Justice League.
      • Justice Yabba Dabba was also used as a Justice League reference; the Yabba Dabba caption comes from the phrase "Yabba dabba doo!" from The Flinstones.

Running GagsEdit

  • Whenever Jack Knife rams into the wall, a fish ornament hits him in the face. Before that fish, Jack Knife quotes that "he is not dreaming."


First LookEdit