Rambo Kill Counts From Parts I, II, III, and IV

Posted to Data Sources  |  Nathan Yau

I don’t think I’ve seen a single Rambo all the way through nor do I remember the premise of any of the movies, but I still found these kill counts amusing. Notice the near doubling of deaths each sequel. Yo, Adrian!!! Yeah, I know, wrong movie, but come on, is there really a difference?

Here’s a graph showing kill counts (mostly for my own entertainment):

Rambo Kill Counts Graph

Mr. Rambo may have gotten more violent in the latest installment, but it looks like he also grew more modest.

[via Geekstir]

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