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24th Sep '16 6:17:18 AM EDP
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* In ''FanFic/BringerOfDeath'' both Cooler (Frieza's brother, and as such has this ability) and Cell try and take advantage of this against Vegeta, only to learn that [[spoiler:[[GenreSavvy Vegeta expected this]] and had put together a method to store oxygen in his lungs, with his Super Saiyan aura taking care of the other problems]].
23rd Sep '16 9:33:19 PM DarkHunter
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* In Manga/UQHolder, [[NighInvulnerability Karin]] is only mildly inconvenienced by vacuum. She can't actually breathe, but that doesn't hurt her.



* In ''Manga/UQHolder'', we see several characters get put in vacuum and not die from it, including former protagonist [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima Negi Springfield]]. Of course, all the characters in question are explicitly ''immortal'', so it makes sense they wouldn't die from a little vacuum exposure.

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* In ''Manga/UQHolder'', we see several characters get put in vacuum and not die from it, including former protagonist [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima Negi Springfield]]. Of course, all the characters in question are explicitly ''immortal'', so it makes sense they wouldn't die from being unable to breathe isn't exactly a little vacuum exposure.showstopper for them.
23rd Sep '16 9:31:37 PM DarkHunter
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* In ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'''s contested sequel Manga/UQHolder, former child wizard, now immortal wizard, Negi Springfield can apparently survive in vacuum with no physical ill effects.

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* In ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'''s contested sequel Manga/UQHolder, former child wizard, now immortal wizard, Negi Springfield can apparently survive ''Manga/UQHolder'', we see several characters get put in vacuum with no physical ill effects.and not die from it, including former protagonist [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima Negi Springfield]]. Of course, all the characters in question are explicitly ''immortal'', so it makes sense they wouldn't die from a little vacuum exposure.
14th Sep '16 8:46:47 PM KatanaCat
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has been outside of the atmosphere on a few occasions, and has never had any problems breathing. It's not because he's half-[[TheNeedless Gem]] either, since he can still drown underwater.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has been outside of the atmosphere on a few occasions, and has almost never had any problems breathing.breathing[[note]]aside from in the episode "Bubbled", where he needs to stay inside of a magic bubble full of air, and holds his breath without it[[/note]]. It's not because he's half-[[TheNeedless Gem]] either, since he can still drown underwater.
10th Sep '16 9:48:09 PM WillBGood
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** During TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, Rei also is in space, completely and utterly naked. [[{{Instrumentality}} And turning everyone into]] [[MemeticMutation tang]].

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** During TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, Rei also is in space, completely and utterly naked. [[{{Instrumentality}} [[AssimilationPlot And turning everyone into]] [[MemeticMutation tang]].
8th Sep '16 4:37:22 PM MrNickelodeon
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* ''Ride/SpaceMountain'' at the Ride/DisneyThemeParks sends guests off into outer space in completely-exposed rockets, and yet they are able to breathe just fine.
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6th Sep '16 6:43:13 PM Galacton
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May also be related to SuperNotDrowningSkills and HarmlessFreezing, since breathing while underwater or in a solid block of ice isn't really a big deal either.

In RealLife, people can theoretically survive in space for a minute or two (only some of it conscious), given medical assistance afterwards. It is actually recommended to ''not'' hold your breath, as the internal pressure will cause your lungs to rupture.

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May also be related to SuperNotDrowningSkills and HarmlessFreezing, since breathing while underwater or in a solid block of ice isn't really a big deal either.

In RealLife, people can theoretically survive in space for a minute or two (only some of it conscious), two, given medical assistance afterwards. It is actually recommended to ''not'' hold your breath, as the internal pressure will could cause your lungs to rupture.



* The third season of ''SonicX''. All the furries and alien beings can breathe, speak, and generally not die while strolling or freefalling in space without wearing anything other than their fur or clothes. It's even lampshaded in one episode when [[TheScrappy Chris]] tells Tails, who is currently trimming the trees planted on the Blue Typhoon's runway, that trees don't thrive well in the vacuum of space. Oddly enough, all two human characters have to wear a space suit when space walking.\\

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* The third season of ''SonicX''. All the furries and alien beings can breathe, speak, and generally not die while strolling or freefalling in space without wearing anything other than their fur or clothes. clothes, but human characters (Chris and Eggman) have to wear space suits when space walking. It's even lampshaded in one episode when [[TheScrappy Chris]] Chris tells Tails, who is currently trimming the trees planted on the Blue Typhoon's runway, that trees don't thrive well in the vacuum of space. Oddly enough, all two human characters have to wear a space suit when space walking.space.\\


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** Kirby's not the only character this applies to either; Ribbon has no trouble traveling through space on the back of the crystal in ''Kirby 64'' and Meta Knight just needs his CapeWings to travel between planets in ''Kirby Super Star Ultra''.
1st Sep '16 9:16:55 AM Prinzenick
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* In the 1950's WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat cartoon "Venus and the Master Cylinder" (and in other cartoons in the series set in space), both Felix and Professor have no problem breathing or talking whenever they're launched into the vacuum of space, nor do they have any problems whenever they set foot on the moon.
31st Aug '16 5:50:44 AM MadSpy
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** Primarchs can take it UpToEleven. During Battle of Calth Roboute Guilliman was blown into space where he spent hours clinging to the spaceship hull. After that he still had enough strength left in him to find some Word Bearers and punch their heads off. With just his fists, not a powerfist, while still in space and despite Word Bearers being in power armor.

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** Primarchs can take it UpToEleven. During the Battle of Calth Calth, Roboute Guilliman was blown into space where he spent hours clinging to the spaceship hull. After that he still had enough strength left in him to find some Word Bearers and punch their heads off. With just his fists, not a powerfist, while still in space and despite Word Bearers being in power armor.
23rd Jul '16 8:54:45 AM MurlocAggroB
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'''Homer:''' [[CloudCuckoolander There's an air in space museum]]

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'''Homer:''' [[CloudCuckoolander There's an air in space museum]]Air & Space museum]].


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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has been outside of the atmosphere on a few occasions, and has never had any problems breathing. It's not because he's half-[[TheNeedless Gem]] either, since he can still drown underwater.
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