|“||I killed fitty men!||„|
|~ frequent boast of Cotton Hill|
Cotton Hill (born December 7, 1927) is a father of Hank and grandfather of Bobby Hill and anti hero of King of the Hill. Cotton Hill served in the U.S. army during World War II, he killed fifty Japanese soldiers avenging his fallen comrades in an aircraft bombing. Cotton lost his legs to gun-fire (Hank claims that he was 6'4" when he went to battle and 5'0" when he came back) and brags that before he passed out he used the body parts of his fallen allies to beat the Japanese infantry to death. Cotton frequently boasts and exaggerates about his service but the two most consistent things about his stories are 1 that he killed fifty men and 2 that when he woke up in a veteran hospital he had no shins, his feet having been grafted onto his knees to allow him to walk. As a result of his service Cotton has a sense of deep entitlement and no sense of empathy with others,
Cotton is also very sexist and borderline racist, often referring to Japanese and Japanese Americans as Tojos, he however seems to have no ill will to people of Chinese or Laotian background. Though Cotton is rude, obnoxious, politically-incorrect and critical of his son and daughter-in-law Cotton is a very protective and loving father and grandfather. While Cotton believes cruelty is the best way to ensure his son Hank becomes strong he is kind, protective and supportive to Bobby and his friends.
- Cotton was voiced by Toby Huss.
|Whatever life holds in store for me, I will never forget these words: "With great power comes great responsibility."
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