History Hammerspace / ComicBooks

30th Aug '17 5:57:14 AM CosmicFerret
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* TheFlash's costume is hidden in his ring. They try to explain it away as some sort of advanced science, but it's all [[IncrediblyLamePun flash]] and no substance.

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* TheFlash's ComicBook/TheFlash's costume is hidden in his ring. They try to explain it away as some sort of advanced science, but it's all [[IncrediblyLamePun flash]] and no substance.
7th Jun '17 11:14:43 AM lillolillo
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* {{Superman}} villain Bloodsport. Every incarnation has had access to a teleporter that can teleport any of a wide variety of high powered {{BFG}}s to his hand.

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* {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} villain Bloodsport. Every incarnation has had access to a teleporter that can teleport any of a wide variety of high powered {{BFG}}s to his hand.
8th Jan '17 2:09:28 PM nombretomado
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* Done humorously in one issue of Marvel's [[UltimateMarvel Ultimate]] universe when a completely naked Hulk walks into a diner and asks for pancakes, then somehow produces a large handful of bills to prove that he can pay.
* {{Wolverine}}'s claws are many times longer than the backs of his hands from which they emerge. It's occasionally suggested that they're stored in his forearms, but since they come out with his wrists bent at any angle, it's much better sense that they're kept in hammerspace.

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* Done humorously in one issue of Marvel's [[UltimateMarvel [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate]] universe when a completely naked Hulk walks into a diner and asks for pancakes, then somehow produces a large handful of bills to prove that he can pay.
* {{Wolverine}}'s ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'s claws are many times longer than the backs of his hands from which they emerge. It's occasionally suggested that they're stored in his forearms, but since they come out with his wrists bent at any angle, it's much better sense that they're kept in hammerspace.
15th Dec '16 8:06:53 PM Doug86
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* A running gag in ''{{Peanuts}}'' is the incredible amount of space inside [[ClownCarBase Snoopy's doghouse]] (although the reader only ever sees it from the outside). Reportedly, he can have huge parties in there. And he proudly displays his Van Gogh on one of the walls. There are at least two floors inside, as well -- one strip depicts Snoopy listening to Linus and Charlie Brown negotiating a turn in a staircase ''while moving furniture''.

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* A running gag in ''{{Peanuts}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' is the incredible amount of space inside [[ClownCarBase Snoopy's doghouse]] (although the reader only ever sees it from the outside). Reportedly, he can have huge parties in there. And he proudly displays his Van Gogh on one of the walls. There are at least two floors inside, as well -- one strip depicts Snoopy listening to Linus and Charlie Brown negotiating a turn in a staircase ''while moving furniture''.
18th Sep '16 1:23:42 PM nombretomado
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* In ''ArchieComics'', (particularly the older ones) whenever a character has just overcome something stressful or difficult, they will produce a handkerchief from nowhere and dab sweat from their forehead.

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* In ''ArchieComics'', ''Franchise/ArchieComics'', (particularly the older ones) whenever a character has just overcome something stressful or difficult, they will produce a handkerchief from nowhere and dab sweat from their forehead.
18th May '16 6:39:27 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheMiddleMan'''s title character seems to have pockets that lead to {{Hammerspace}}. He spends several moments removing increasingly improbable weapons from his pockets in the first episode.
27th Nov '15 7:27:35 PM nombretomado
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* ''ScottPilgrim'' books, Ramona whips a huge hammer out of a relatively tiny purse. She explains this by saying it's a trans-dimensional purse.

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* ''ScottPilgrim'' ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'' books, Ramona whips a huge hammer out of a relatively tiny purse. She explains this by saying it's a trans-dimensional purse.
30th Oct '15 2:28:22 AM StFan
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* TheAwesomeSlapstick has this as an actual power.

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* TheAwesomeSlapstick ComicBook/TheAwesomeSlapstick has this as an actual power.
16th Oct '15 4:52:01 PM nombretomado
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* In WarrenEllis's {{Planetary}}, Elijah Snow discovers that the Four invaded an alternate universe, slaughtered everyone living there, and turned it into an armory. A cruel way to invent Hammerspace.

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* In WarrenEllis's {{Planetary}}, Creator/WarrenEllis's ComicBook/{{Planetary}}, Elijah Snow discovers that the Four invaded an alternate universe, slaughtered everyone living there, and turned it into an armory. A cruel way to invent Hammerspace.
25th Jun '15 3:07:59 AM Stealth
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* A RunningGag in ''Franchise/SamAndMax'', where the completely butt naked Max is constantly asked where he keeps his belongings, considering he does things like pull guns from nowhere at a moment's notice. His response is always "None of your damn business." At least once it's implied that his favorite Luger is physically ''on'' him somewhere (and somehow), but the rest is left to the reader's imagination.
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