Skullgirls Saxploitation Big Band

Skullgirls Saxploitation Big Band

Being SelectedEdit

  • Back on the beat!

Pre-round IntroductionEdit

  • Sometimes you gotta put the "harm" back in "harmony."
  • It's "Big Band..." the "D" is silent.
  • Big Band's my name... and layin' licks is my game.
  • Mess with the oboe, you gots t'go.
  • Big Band don't "watataaah" to the "shamaca", 'cause that's a "comacomalipachah", dig?
  • I'm gon' git'cha, sucka!
  • Girl... that is one wicked Jehri Curl. (vs Filia)
  • You musta' had the whole bottle of Soul Glo. (vs Filia)
  • Y'know... you got this fantasy in your head about getting out of a life. (vs. Cerebella)
  • Hey, little troublemaker. (vs. Peacock)
  • Baby... I'mma assign yo' pity on the runnin' kind. (vs Parasoul)
  • Who's this beef jerky-lookin' cat? (vs Ms. Fortune)
  • This 'bout to be a battle... but you already is one. (vs Painwheel)
  • Ooooh-weeee! This pigeon built like a brick house! (vs Valentine)
  • This yard dog drippin' all over my scene. (vs Double)
  • This jive turkey thinkin' he can be the real article?! (vs Big Band)
  • You little in the middle... but you got much back. (vs Squigly)
  • I'mma huff... and puff... and blow yo' house down! (vs Beowulf)
  • I ain't never heard of a junkyard cat. (vs Robo-Fortune)


  • Armstrong! (c.HP)
  • Right on (j. MK)
  • Get busy. (j. MK)
  • Am I the meanest? ( Ground Throw)
  • Am I the prettiest? (Ground Throw)
  • Downtown! (Brass Knuckles)
  • Put yo' hands together! (Cymbal Clash)
  • Make it clap! (Cymbal Clash)
  • Brick House! (Take The 'A' Train)
  • Take the soul train! (after successful heavy Take The 'A' Train)
  • Give 'em the brass! (Strike Up The Band)
  • You done funked up now! (Strike Up The Band)
  • Time to beat that hide! (Tympany Drive)
  • Tympany Jive! (Tympany Drive)
  • Damn, that's funky! (Death Toll)
  • You in trouble now, sucka! (Death Toll)
  • Whoop-ass! (Super Sonic Jazz)


  • Dyn-o-mite! (Switching in)
  • Cartoons Plural! (Switching in w/ Peacock)
  • Dirty D! (Tagging in Double)
  • Step off, square! (Outtake)
  • Ain't havin' none o'that! (Outtake)
  • Outta sight. (Outtake)
  • Yo' turn, Jack! (Tagging in Beowulf)
  • What up blood ? (Tagging in Eliza)


  • Rat soup eatin'... (Ground recovery)
  • Cuttin' the rug! (Ground recovery)
  • That's on time. (Ground recovery)
  • Hush, now. (Opponent recovery)
  • Hush, child. (Opponent recovery)
  • Crank that artichoke! (Opponent recovery)
  • You off tone. (Opponent recovery)
  • Bow, sucka! (Opponent recovery)


  • Guess I won't be hangin' up this high hat anytime soon.
  • Brass to the face puts a fool in their place.
  • You shoulda known I got the black belt in baritones.
  • Get outta here 'fo I whup yo' ass again.
  • Take a hike, cool breeze.
  • Hair's like a woman; you treat it good, and it treat you good. (vs. Filia)
  • You might be the princess, but I'm the king, sista. (vs. Parasoul)
  • A soldier can never think by his heart, ma'am. He gotta think by the book. (vs. Parasoul)
  • Thought you could beat me? Ninja, please. (vs Valentine)
  • You a baaaaad mammajama! (vs. Painwheel)
  • I got 99 problems and a lich ain't one. (vs Squigly)
  • Too funky for myself. (vs Big Band)
  • Jive-ass dude ain't got no brains anyhow. (vs Beowulf)
  • You really laid some iron in this show, Jack. (vs Beowulf)
  • Show's over... Cleopatra Bones. (vs. Eliza)
  • Damn, girl, you must got the Devil in you. (vs. Double)
  • This canary's got my joints jumpin'! (vs. Squigly)


  • Ain't hearin' it.
  • The Grim Reaper...
  • Cut me some slack! (vs. Painwheel)
  • Got you actin' a fool out here. (Time-out loss)
  • Play me off that slow, slow beat. (Time-out loss)


  • Saxploitation Big Band's rhyming couplets (e.g. "Brass to the face puts a fool in their place") are a reference to the character, Bullhorn, from the 2009 movie, "Black Dynamite", who speaks in rhyming couplets nearly all the time.
  • "I'm gon' git'cha sucka!" is a reference to the 1988 blaxploitation movie, "I'm Gonna Get You Sucka".
  • "Am I the meanest?" and "Am I the prettiest?" are references to the character, Sho'nuff, from the 1985 movie, "The Last Dragon".
  • "You a baaaaad mamma jama!" is a reference to the song "She's a Bad Mamma Jama" by Carl Carlton.
  • "I got 99 problems and a lich ain't one" is a reference to the song "99 Problems" by Jay-Z.
  • "Ooooh-weeee! This pigeon built like a brick house!" is a reference to the song "Brick House" by The Commodores.
  • "Dyn-o-mite!" is the prominent catch phrase used by James "J.J" Evans Jr. in the 70's sitcom Good Times.
  • "Cartoons Plural!" is the name of one of the characters in Key & Peele's "East-West Bowl" sketch.
  • "Crank that artichoke" is the name of rapper Sgt. Gutter's hit single in the animated TV series The Boondocks.
Playable Fighters
FiliaCerebellaPeacockParasoulMs. FortunePainwheelValentineDouble
SquiglyBig BandFukuaElizaBeowulfRobo-Fortune
Voice Packs
Playable Fighters
Anime PeacockSalty ParasoulValley Girl PainwheelPolitician DoubleSaxploitation Big Band
Real Soviet AnnouncerFemale AnnouncerDazed Announcer
Skullgirls Voice Cast