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24th Apr '17 5:08:21 AM nighttrainfm
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* Rachni workers in ''VideoGame/{{Mass Effect|1}}'' attack by bursting and spraying toxic fluid everywhere. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]], as they're eusocial pseudo-insects, and eusocial organisms generally don't place a high value on the life of an individual -- real-life eusocial insects have combat strategies that vary from "just as suicidal" to "slightly less suicidal". Also Abominations in the [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 sequel]].

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* ''Franchise/MassEffect'':
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Rachni workers in the first ''VideoGame/{{Mass Effect|1}}'' attack by bursting and spraying toxic fluid everywhere. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]], as they're eusocial pseudo-insects, and eusocial organisms generally don't place a high value on the life of an individual -- real-life eusocial insects have combat strategies that vary from "just as suicidal" to "slightly less suicidal". Also Abominations in
** ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' has Abominations, modified husks who charge
the [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 sequel]].player and then explode.
23rd Apr '17 4:21:08 PM nombretomado
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* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: TranshumanSpace'' has "Autonomous Kill Vehicles", small ships piloted by sometimes AIs (which [[SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence may or may not be sapient]]) or occasionally [[VirtualGhost Ghosts]] whose main function is to ram enemy ships (since [[ExplosionsInSpace explosives aren't very effective in space]]). If a suicide attack isn't necessary they're also armed with [[MagneticWeapons coilguns]] though, and if it is most infomorphs have [[BodyBackupDrive backups]].

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* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: TranshumanSpace'' TabletopGame/TranshumanSpace'' has "Autonomous Kill Vehicles", small ships piloted by sometimes AIs (which [[SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence may or may not be sapient]]) or occasionally [[VirtualGhost Ghosts]] whose main function is to ram enemy ships (since [[ExplosionsInSpace explosives aren't very effective in space]]). If a suicide attack isn't necessary they're also armed with [[MagneticWeapons coilguns]] though, and if it is most infomorphs have [[BodyBackupDrive backups]].
29th Mar '17 5:36:08 AM Androgeos
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** Chiaotzu. Vegeta and Goku also tried exploding to defeat their enemies at least once (resulting in a huge TearJerker for the former), and Cell actually killed Goku doing it.
*** Most, if not all, of Dr. Gero's Androids incorporated very powerful self-destruct devices. 17 and 18's are removed by Shenron on a wish from Krillin, (which is used as a plot point in GT because 17 was not made aware of that fact,) while 16's is removed by Bulma. The problem is that she doesn't make him aware of that either, so 16 attempts to use his now nonfunctioning self-destruct mechanism against Cell. When it fails, Cell kills him, [[FromASingleCell not that the bomb would've helped anyway according to him.]]

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** Chiaotzu. Vegeta and Goku Cell also tried exploding to defeat their enemies at least once (resulting in a huge TearJerker for the former), and Cell actually killed Goku doing it.
*** ** Most, if not all, of Dr. Gero's Androids incorporated very powerful self-destruct devices. 17 and 18's are removed by Shenron on a wish from Krillin, (which is used as a plot point in GT because 17 was not made aware of that fact,) while 16's is removed by Bulma. The problem is that she doesn't make him aware of that either, so 16 attempts attempted to use his now nonfunctioning self-destruct mechanism against Cell. When it fails, failed, Cell kills him, [[FromASingleCell not that the bomb would've helped anyway according to him.]]
25th Mar '17 9:55:06 AM erforce
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* Some bosses in the ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' series can invoke living, explosive creatures. In ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryReturns'', Stu can release a wood-shielded living mine that will slowly follow Donkey and Diddy. In ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64'', Puftoss will release speedy Puftups that will chase Lanky until hitting him, or until exploding due to tiem running out. ''64'' also inverts the trope in one sidequest: A rabbit is tied to a crate of explosives, and several living flames will walk onto him to make him explode; the objective is to prevent this during a time limit.
** Also, some normal enemies do that too. Like Puftup and Kaboom in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' and Klasp, an {{Expy}} of the latter in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry3''.

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* Some bosses in the ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' series can invoke living, explosive creatures.
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In ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryReturns'', Stu can release a wood-shielded living mine that will slowly follow Donkey and Diddy. Diddy.
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In ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64'', Puftoss will release speedy Puftups that will chase Lanky until hitting him, or until exploding due to tiem running out. out.
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''64'' also inverts the trope in one sidequest: A rabbit is tied to a crate of explosives, and several living flames will walk onto him to make him explode; the objective is to prevent this during a time limit.
** Also, some normal enemies do that too. Like Puftup and Kaboom in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' and Klasp, an {{Expy}} of the latter in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry3''.''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry3DixieKongsDoubleTrouble''.
7th Mar '17 1:14:23 PM Moonstreak
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[[caption-width-right:200:Warning: [[HairTriggerTemper Explosive temper]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:200:Warning: [[VisualPun Explosive]] [[HairTriggerTemper Explosive temper]].]]
24th Jan '17 8:11:47 AM rafi
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' had the Goliath Serum, which turns any living thing into an explosive. Hank had a brief bout with it in "Ice Station Impossible!"

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' had the Goliath Serum, ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers''; one episode has three shapeshifting aliens visit Earth, one of which turns any living thing into an explosive. Hank had likes the place too much, and doesn't want to leave. When the other two find out he's taken the form of Dale, they threaten to blow the Earth up unless he shows himself. Gadget thinks their bluffing and points out the obvious - that if they did so, they'd blow ''themselves'' up - but they just laugh, and give her a brief bout demonstration of this Trope, saying that they ''like'' blowing up. (Dale gets a better idea, drawing the guy out by tempting him with it in "Ice Station Impossible!"alien food the other two says he loves.)



* ''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan'' has the RidiculouslyCuteCritter, Tashy 497.



* ''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan'' has the RidiculouslyCuteCritter, Tashy 497.



* ''WesternAnimation/ChipAndDalesRescueRangers''; one episode has three shapeshifting aliens visit Earth, one of which likes the place too much, and doesn't want to leave. When the other two find out he's taken the form of Dale, they threaten to blow the Earth up unless he shows himself. Gadget thinks their bluffing and points out the obvious - that if they did so, they'd blow ''themselves'' up - but they just laugh, and give her a demonstration of this Trope, saying that they ''like'' blowing up. (Dale gets a better idea, drawing the guy out by tempting him with alien food the other two says he loves.)

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* ''WesternAnimation/ChipAndDalesRescueRangers''; one episode has three shapeshifting aliens visit Earth, one of ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' had the Goliath Serum, which likes the place too much, and doesn't want to leave. When the other two find out he's taken the form of Dale, they threaten to blow the Earth up unless he shows himself. Gadget thinks their bluffing and points out the obvious - that if they did so, they'd blow ''themselves'' up - but they just laugh, and give her turns any living thing into an explosive. Hank had a demonstration of this Trope, saying that they ''like'' blowing up. (Dale gets a better idea, drawing the guy out by tempting him brief bout with alien food the other two says he loves.)it in "Ice Station Impossible!"
24th Jan '17 8:08:20 AM rafi
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* The Church of Drowning in God's Grace from ''LightNovel/BookOfBantorra'' have the tendency to turn their "meats" (brainwashed slaves) into living bombs by implanting the bombs in their chest.
* In ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', three teenagers get bombs implanted in them and are given the mission of killing someone they know and love: [[spoiler:the eponymous Cyborg, Joe/009]].
** Also, in the older Tv series Albert/004 has a nuclear bomb stored in his stomach. [[spoiler:And in the 80's movies, he ''does'' use it to save his teammates. He manages to survive, though.]]



* Chiaotzu in ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. Vegeta and Goku also tried exploding to defeat their enemies at least once (resulting in a huge TearJerker for the former), and Cell actually killed Goku doing it.
** Most, if not all, of Dr. Gero's Androids incorporated very powerful self-destruct devices. 17 and 18's are removed by Shenron on a wish from Krillin, (which is used as a plot point in GT because 17 was not made aware of that fact,) while 16's is removed by Bulma. The problem is that she doesn't make him aware of that either, so 16 attempts to use his now nonfunctioning self-destruct mechanism against Cell. When it fails, Cell kills him, [[FromASingleCell not that the bomb would've helped anyway according to him.]]

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* Chiaotzu ''Manga/DanceInTheVampireBund'' has vampires pull creative twists on this twice so far. One reporter [[TheMole secretly involved in ''Anime/DragonBallZ''.a conspiracy]] has herself turned so she can cut herself open and sew a sizable block of [=C4=] in her abdomen before attending a press conference given by Mina Tepes. In an apparently seperate case [[spoiler:an agent of a rival vampire clan implants vials containing a chemical that reacts explosively with the blood of vampires and rigged to rupture with a cell-phone signal inside the bodies of numerous minions, and tries to blackmail Mina by [[WesternTerrorists dispersing them within the Tokyo subway system]]]].
* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'':
** Chiaotzu.
Vegeta and Goku also tried exploding to defeat their enemies at least once (resulting in a huge TearJerker for the former), and Cell actually killed Goku doing it.
** *** Most, if not all, of Dr. Gero's Androids incorporated very powerful self-destruct devices. 17 and 18's are removed by Shenron on a wish from Krillin, (which is used as a plot point in GT because 17 was not made aware of that fact,) while 16's is removed by Bulma. The problem is that she doesn't make him aware of that either, so 16 attempts to use his now nonfunctioning self-destruct mechanism against Cell. When it fails, Cell kills him, [[FromASingleCell not that the bomb would've helped anyway according to him.]]



* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Fu tries to commit a HeroicSacrifice by jumping at [[spoiler:Wrath]] while covered in lit dynamite. [[spoiler:[[SenselessSacrifice The explosives never go off, but he dies nonetheless.]]]]



* In ''VisualNovel/{{Happiness}}'', Koyuki's Sphere Toms have the ability to blow themselves up, which they use several times over the course of the series.
* In ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' this was Netero's trump card against the Chimera Ant King. By stopping his own heart after all of his other efforts barely scratched the King, he activated the extremely powerful bomb implanted in his body. It very nearly worked too.



* The [[NightOfTheLivingMooks Marriage]] in ''Audioplay/StrikersSoundStageX'' are composed of some sort of material that allow them to turn their [[ShapeshifterWeapon arms into weapons]]. This same material can be converted into a powerful liquid explosive and detonated by the Mariage at a thought, letting them [[TakingYouWithMe perform a final attempt at their enemies' life]] [[CyanidePill should they somehow be captured alive]].
* In ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', three teenagers get bombs implanted in them and are given the mission of killing someone they know and love: [[spoiler:the eponymous Cyborg, Joe/009]].
** Also, in the older Tv series Albert/004 has a nuclear bomb stored in his stomach. [[spoiler:And in the 80's movies, he ''does'' use it to save his teammates. He manages to survive, though.]]

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* The [[NightOfTheLivingMooks Marriage]] [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-Zagged]] in ''Audioplay/StrikersSoundStageX'' ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Deidara's weapon of choice are composed of some sort of material that allow them [[MadBomber self-made explosives]]. When cornered by the heroes he claims to turn their [[ShapeshifterWeapon arms into weapons]]. This same material can be converted into a powerful liquid explode himself but what he actually does is detonate an explosive and detonated by the Mariage at a thought, letting them [[TakingYouWithMe perform a final attempt at their enemies' life]] [[CyanidePill should they somehow be captured alive]].
* In ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', three teenagers get bombs implanted in them and are given the mission of killing someone they know and love: [[spoiler:the eponymous Cyborg, Joe/009]].
** Also, in the older Tv series Albert/004 has a nuclear bomb stored in his stomach. [[spoiler:And in the 80's movies, he
clone. Later Deidara ''does'' however use it to save his teammates. He manages to survive, though.self-destruction technique. [[spoiler:He is then revived by Tobi's Impure World Resurrection technique. Suddenly he has an infinite amount of chakra and his body pulls itself together automatically. Even though he even lampshades himself the fact that he could use his self-destruction technique as many times as he wants, he doesn't do this because [[MadArtist it would decrease the value of his "ultimate art".]] Deidara also [[WhyAmITicking turns a few mooks into bombs by booby-trapping them with his explosives]].]]



* ''Manga/DanceInTheVampireBund'' has vampires pull creative twists on this twice so far. One reporter [[TheMole secretly involved in a conspiracy]] has herself turned so she can cut herself open and sew a sizable block of [=C4=] in her abdomen before attending a press conference given by Mina Tepes. In an apparently seperate case [[spoiler:an agent of a rival vampire clan implants vials containing a chemical that reacts explosively with the blood of vampires and rigged to rupture with a cell-phone signal inside the bodies of numerous minions, and tries to blackmail Mina by [[WesternTerrorists dispersing them within the Tokyo subway system]]]].
* In ''VisualNovel/{{Happiness}}'', Koyuki's Sphere Toms have the ability to blow themselves up, which they use several times over the course of the series.
* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Fu tries to commit a HeroicSacrifice by jumping at [[spoiler:Wrath]] while covered in lit dynamite. [[spoiler:[[SenselessSacrifice The explosives never go off, but he dies nonetheless.]]]]
* In ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' this was Netero's trump card against the Chimera Ant King. By stopping his own heart after all of his other efforts barely scratched the King, he activated the extremely powerful bomb implanted in his body. It very nearly worked too.

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* ''Manga/DanceInTheVampireBund'' In ''Manga/OnePiece'', Mister 5 of Baroque Works has vampires pull creative twists on this twice so far. One reporter [[TheMole secretly involved a Devil Fruit power that lets him use any part of his body as an explosive. From his leg to his boogers, to his ''breath''. Late in a conspiracy]] has herself turned so she can cut herself open and sew a sizable block of [=C4=] in her abdomen before attending a press conference given by Mina Tepes. In an apparently seperate case [[spoiler:an agent of a rival vampire clan implants vials containing a chemical that reacts explosively battle with the blood of vampires Straw Hats, he grabs Usopp and rigged attempts to rupture obliterate the guy with a cell-phone signal inside the bodies of numerous minions, and tries "full-body explosion". Unlike most examples, Mister 5's powers also come with immunity to blackmail Mina by [[WesternTerrorists dispersing them within the Tokyo subway system]]]].
* In ''VisualNovel/{{Happiness}}'', Koyuki's Sphere Toms have the ability to
explosive force, meaning that he can blow themselves up, which they use several times over the course of the series.
* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Fu tries
himself up repeatedly without actual harm to commit a HeroicSacrifice by jumping at [[spoiler:Wrath]] while covered in lit dynamite. [[spoiler:[[SenselessSacrifice The explosives never go off, but he dies nonetheless.]]]]
* In ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' this was Netero's trump card against the Chimera Ant King. By stopping his own heart after all of his other efforts barely scratched the King, he activated the extremely powerful bomb implanted in his body. It very nearly worked too.
himself.



* The Church of Drowning in God's Grace from ''LightNovel/BookOfBantorra'' have the tendency to turn their "meats" (brainwashed slaves) into living bombs by implanting the bombs in their chest.
* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', Mister 5 of Baroque Works has a Devil Fruit power that lets him use any part of his body as an explosive. From his leg to his boogers, to his ''breath''. Late in a battle with the Straw Hats, he grabs Usopp and attempts to obliterate the guy with a "full-body explosion". Unlike most examples, Mister 5's powers also come with immunity to explosive force, meaning that he can blow himself up repeatedly without actual harm to himself.
* [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-Zagged]] in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Deidara's weapon of choice are [[MadBomber self-made explosives]]. When cornered by the heroes he claims to explode himself but what he actually does is detonate an explosive clone. Later Deidara ''does'' however use his self-destruction technique. [[spoiler:He is then revived by Tobi's Impure World Resurrection technique. Suddenly he has an infinite amount of chakra and his body pulls itself together automatically. Even though he even lampshades himself the fact that he could use his self-destruction technique as many times as he wants, he doesn't do this because [[MadArtist it would decrease the value of his "ultimate art".]] Deidara also [[WhyAmITicking turns a few mooks into bombs by booby-trapping them with his explosives]].]]



* The [[NightOfTheLivingMooks Marriage]] in ''Audioplay/StrikersSoundStageX'' are composed of some sort of material that allow them to turn their [[ShapeshifterWeapon arms into weapons]]. This same material can be converted into a powerful liquid explosive and detonated by the Mariage at a thought, letting them [[TakingYouWithMe perform a final attempt at their enemies' life]] [[CyanidePill should they somehow be captured alive]].



* Grant Emerson alias ''Damage'' (member of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' and ''[[ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica JSA]])'' has the superpower (coupled this with enhanced physical abilities) to take the energy that he generates to detonate himself like a bomb. This power is the most dangerous of the abilities he possesses and also the most tied to his emotional state and the most likely to lose control.
* Used as a joke in an issue of ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}''. Tryouts. Next applicant: X-Bomb Betty. "I can create an explosion of 150 million megatons." Rejected for having a power that can only be used once. For comparison, the Chicxulub impact was a "mere" 100 million megatons, and TheTunguskaEvent is estimated at no more than 30 megatons. A blast of 150 million megatons is approaching biosphere killer.
* [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel's]] Nitro - an exploding b-list villain best known (in-universe) for killing Captain Marvel (Not [[Comicbook/{{Shazam}} that one]], the alien one). In a universe that wasn't run entirely on WriterOnBoard, he'd also be known as the monster who blew up 600 people in [[Comicbook/CivilWar Stamford, CT]].
* Marvel also had z-lister Powderkeg, a mutant baddie who sweated nitro-glycerin.

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* ''Franchise/TheDCU''
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Grant Emerson alias ''Damage'' (member of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' and ''[[ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica JSA]])'' has the superpower (coupled this with enhanced physical abilities) to take the energy that he generates to detonate himself like a bomb. This power is the most dangerous of the abilities he possesses and also the most tied to his emotional state and the most likely to lose control.
* ** Used as a joke in an issue of ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}''. Tryouts. Next applicant: X-Bomb Betty. "I can create an explosion of 150 million megatons." Rejected for having a power that can only be used once. For comparison, the Chicxulub impact was a "mere" 100 million megatons, and TheTunguskaEvent is estimated at no more than 30 megatons. A blast of 150 million megatons is approaching biosphere killer.
** There's two DC characters called The Human Bomb, whose superpower is exactly what you'd expect. He is a super-hero who generates massive explosions, usually a member of the ''Freedom Fighters''. This dangerous condition requires him to constantly wear a containment suit.
** The premier superteam of the USSR, the People's Heroes, featured Molotov, a heavyset man who could make himself go kaboomski and reform sooner or later depending on the magnitude of the 'splosion.
** Frag, of DC's Blasters, who haven't been seen much lately.
** One of these was present when Judomaster was introduced to the ''Comicbook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica'' title, working as a {{Yakuza}} super-assassin. [[StockCharacters Built like a sumo wrestler, called himself Kamikaze, and self-detonated by shouting "Banzai!"]]. Set up the loophole to her NighInvulnerability powers - only ''direct'' attacks against her are deflected - then [[OneShotCharacter probably never showed up again.]]
** The solar flare is a new power that Franchise/{{Superman}} developed in the ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}''. As of ''Superman'' (vol. 3) #38, he has the power to cause a massive explosion of concentrated solar energy, incinerating everything within a quarter of a mile. According to Franchise/{{Batman}}, his heat vision was just a precursor to his new ability. The drawback, however, is that the explosion depletes all the solar energy in his cells, rendering him human for the next 24 hours.
** Superman's cousin ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' can release the solar energy within her as an explosion without harming herself. In ''ComicBook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' She [[spoiler:used this ability to knock down Worldkiller-1]].
* [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel's]] ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse'':
**
Nitro - an exploding b-list villain best known (in-universe) for killing Captain Marvel (Not [[Comicbook/{{Shazam}} that one]], the alien one). In a universe that wasn't run entirely on WriterOnBoard, he'd also be known as the monster who blew up 600 people in [[Comicbook/CivilWar Stamford, CT]].
* ** Marvel also had z-lister Powderkeg, a mutant baddie who sweated nitro-glycerin.



* There's two DC characters called The Human Bomb, whose superpower is exactly what you'd expect.



* The premier superteam of the USSR in Franchise/TheDCU, the People's Heroes, featured Molotov, a heavyset man who could make himself go kaboomski and reform sooner or later depending on the magnitude of the 'splosion.
* Frag, of DC's Blasters, who haven't been seen much lately.
* One of these was present when Judomaster was introduced to the ''Comicbook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica'' title, working as a {{Yakuza}} super-assassin. [[StockCharacters Built like a sumo wrestler, called himself Kamikaze, and self-detonated by shouting "Banzai!"]]. Set up the loophole to her NighInvulnerability powers - only ''direct'' attacks against her are deflected - then [[OneShotCharacter probably never showed up again.]]
* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'': The solar flare is is a new power Superman developed in the ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}''. [[spoiler:As of ''Superman'' (vol. 3) #38, he has the power to cause a massive explosion of concentrated solar energy, incinerating everything within a quarter of a mile. According to Franchise/{{Batman}}, his heat vision was just a precursor to his new ability. The drawback, however, is that the explosion depletes all the solar energy in his cells, rendering him human for the next 24 hours.]]
* Superman's cousin ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' can release the solar energy within her as an explosion without harming herself. In ''ComicBook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' She [[spoiler:used this ability to knock down Worldkiller-1]].
24th Jan '17 7:59:38 AM rafi
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* ''Damage'''s superpower coupled this with enhanced physical abilities, with the added bonus of being invulnerable to his own blast.

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* ''Damage'''s Grant Emerson alias ''Damage'' (member of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' and ''[[ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica JSA]])'' has the superpower coupled (coupled this with enhanced physical abilities, with abilities) to take the added bonus energy that he generates to detonate himself like a bomb. This power is the most dangerous of being invulnerable the abilities he possesses and also the most tied to his own blast.emotional state and the most likely to lose control.
18th Jan '17 10:06:18 PM jormis29
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* ''[[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} RWBY: Grimm Eclipse]]'' introduces a type of Grimm not featured in the source material. These being Creeps that blow themselves up when they get near a player. They're easily identified by the SicklyGreenGlow on their spines, as opposed to the normal white of regular Creeps. Better get running when you see these coming for you because their explosions ''hurt''.

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* ''[[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} RWBY: Grimm Eclipse]]'' ''VideoGame/RWBYGrimmEclipse'' introduces a type of Grimm not featured in the [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} source material.material]]. These being Creeps that blow themselves up when they get near a player. They're easily identified by the SicklyGreenGlow on their spines, as opposed to the normal white of regular Creeps. Better get running when you see these coming for you because their explosions ''hurt''.
22nd Dec '16 6:50:12 AM CosmosAndChaos
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** Also, some normal enemies do that too. Like Puftup and Kaboom in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' and Klasp, an {{Expy}} of the former in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry3''.

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** Also, some normal enemies do that too. Like Puftup and Kaboom in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' and Klasp, an {{Expy}} of the former latter in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry3''.
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