In Case of Hooks, Part 7: "Through the Hooking Glass"
If the hell out of there, time to find fire's natural predator: glass, and the breaking thereof.
If it's time, consult Super Hero Classified Ads in local newspaper.
In case of consultation, locate Glass-For-Hands Man.
If Glass-For-Hands Man located, call him up on your hook-hand-operated phone.
In case of getting Glass-For-Hands Man's voice-mail, leave a message asking if he wants to be your sidekick.
In case of awkward mix-up where Glass-For-Hands Man was calling you back while you were leaving a message, try calling him again.
If Glass-For-Hands Man picks up this time, ask if he listened to your message.
If he listened to your message, he may ask you to be his sidekick instead—he has been around longer, after all.
If offered, take offer.
In case of accepted offer, ask to meet up for coffee somewhere with hook-hand-operable coffee cups.
In case of meet-up, explain that you're tired of fighting Fire-For-Hands Man and kind of want to move on to the next story.
If ready to move on to next story, summarize fight scene.
In case of fight scene summary: pow, bam, FWOOM, smash, csssshhhhzzzhhh, FWOOSH, chop, chop, CHOP, kaplunk, pow.
In case of "pow," zoom in while using slow motion to accentuate the "ow" part.
In case of accentuated "ow," Fire-For-Hands Man may ironically fall through a glass window.
In case of ironic window made of glass, consider if this is really irony, or if irony would only have been in case of window made of hooks.
If too much time is spent considering proper use of the term "irony," Fire-For-Hands Man may non-ironically escape.