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15th Jul '17 11:48:12 PM Schol-R-LEA
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->''Let me tell you something, lady... there's no such thing as 'just human'.''
-->-- '''Math''', ''WebComic/GrrlPower''
14th Jul '17 9:16:02 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* Creator/PalladiumBooks's Megaversal system allows characters to take physical training skills to increase their physical stats and Structural Damage Capacity (one form of HitPoints) to the point that a first level character can have immense physical abilities and can shrug off multiple gunshot wounds.
12th Jul '17 3:59:36 AM XenMon2
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* There's a scene in ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' where Batman pulls off a judo throw so powerful that his opponent leaves a dent in an ''armored truck''.
8th Jul '17 8:34:49 AM ErosThanatos
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* In ''Manga/DGrayMan'' most of the superhuman abilities of the characters are granted by a phlebotinum (innocence or dark matter). However several exorcists have showed that they are able to perform super human feats like Super Jump or SuperStrength without the use of phlebotinum, namely Allen Walker (capable of holding his own against a level 3 akuma, a monster who would take several dozens of humans at once with his pure physical abilities), Howard Link (capable of smashing a level 3 into a wall with a kick) or Madarao (casually stopping a direct blow of a level 3 with one hand). The two latters are former Crows, an unity of expertly trained enforcers and the former is an exorcist (they are shown to train very hardly).


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* In ''Manga/DGrayMan'' most of the superhuman abilities of the characters are granted by a phlebotinum (innocence or dark matter). However several exorcists have showed that they are able to perform super human feats like Super Jump or SuperStrength without the use of phlebotinum, namely Allen Walker (capable of holding his own against a level 3 akuma, a monster who would take several dozens of humans at once with his pure physical abilities), Howard Link (capable of smashing a level 3 into a wall with a kick) or Madarao (casually stopping a direct blow of a level 3 with one hand). The two latters are former Crows, an unity of expertly trained enforcers and the former is an exorcist (they are shown to train very hardly).
2nd Jul '17 6:47:58 PM Willbyr
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** Kouji Kabuto was a physically average teenager in the original ''Anime/MazingerZ'', but in ''ShinMazingerZero'' he performs physical feats that should not be possible, possibly due to the constant time travel is somehow heightening his capabilities. He does not seem being initially aware of it, though. In the second timeline we see he destroys one robot with one single punch and he panics wondering if he is some kind of monster. In the third timeline he easily dodges the attacks of the [[RobotGirl Gamia sisters]] and takes down one of them despite of they are several times faster and more agiler than a human being (like an amazed Minerva notes).

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** Kouji Kabuto was a physically average teenager in the original ''Anime/MazingerZ'', but in ''ShinMazingerZero'' ''Manga/ShinMazingerZero'' he performs physical feats that should not be possible, possibly due to the constant time travel is somehow heightening his capabilities. He does not seem being initially aware of it, though. In the second timeline we see he destroys one robot with one single punch and he panics wondering if he is some kind of monster. In the third timeline he easily dodges the attacks of the [[RobotGirl Gamia sisters]] and takes down one of them despite of they are several times faster and more agiler than a human being (like an amazed Minerva notes).
29th Jun '17 10:36:20 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Manga/D.Gray-man'' most of the superhuman abilities of the characters are granted by a phlebotinum (innocence or dark matter). However several exorcists have showed that they are able to perform super human feats like SuperJump or SuperStrength without the use of phlebotinum, namely Allen Walker (capable of holding his own against a level 3 akuma, a monster who would take several dozens of humans at once with his pure physical abilities), Howard Link (capable of smashing a level 3 into a wall with a kick) or Madarao (casually stopping a direct blow of a level 3 with one hand). The two latters are former Crows, an unity of expertly trained enforcers and the former is an exorcist (they are shown to train very hardly).

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* In ''Manga/D.Gray-man'' ''Manga/DGrayMan'' most of the superhuman abilities of the characters are granted by a phlebotinum (innocence or dark matter). However several exorcists have showed that they are able to perform super human feats like SuperJump Super Jump or SuperStrength without the use of phlebotinum, namely Allen Walker (capable of holding his own against a level 3 akuma, a monster who would take several dozens of humans at once with his pure physical abilities), Howard Link (capable of smashing a level 3 into a wall with a kick) or Madarao (casually stopping a direct blow of a level 3 with one hand). The two latters are former Crows, an unity of expertly trained enforcers and the former is an exorcist (they are shown to train very hardly).



* Taken to extreme levels in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' where all living things have ''ki'' as a sort of mystical lifeforce. Apparently with training you can make your ''ki'' pool larger and stronger and learn how to channel it into [[KiManipulation shooting energy beams]], flying, being bulletproof, telepathic, and have SuperStrength that'd make them outright near Franchise/{{Superman}} level. You'd still not really be much of a match for most androids and aliens, but still. Being an alien (Saiyan) seems to give you the highest ki "potential", but then the human members gain strength far surpassing what is possible (although they're still extremely weak in comparison to said aliens).

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* Taken to extreme levels in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' where all living things have ''ki'' as a sort of mystical lifeforce. Apparently with training you can make your ''ki'' pool larger and stronger and learn how to channel it into [[KiManipulation shooting energy beams]], flying, being bulletproof, telepathic, and have SuperStrength that'd make them outright near Franchise/{{Superman}} level. You'd still not really be much of a match for most androids and aliens, but still. Being an alien (Saiyan) seems to give you the highest ki "potential", but then the human members gain strength far surpassing what is possible (although they're still extremely weak in comparison to said aliens). Even [[FakeUltimateHero Mr. Satan]], who has no knowledge of ki and only does ordinary training, can pull 4 buses at once and FlashStep.
20th Jun '17 6:21:00 AM Skylentt
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* In ''Manga/D.Gray-man'' most of the superhuman abilities of the characters are granted by a phlebotinum (innocence or dark matter). However several exorcists have showed that they are able to perform super human feats like SuperJump or SuperStrength without the use of phlebotinum, namely Allen Walker (capable of holding his own against a level 3 akuma, a monster who would take several dozens of humans at once with his pure physical abilities), Howard Link (capable of smashing a level 3 into a wall with a kick) or Madarao (casually stopping a direct blow of a level 3 with one hand). The two latters are former Crows, an unity of expertly trained enforcers and the former is an exorcist (they are shown to train very hardly).
20th Jun '17 5:29:39 AM Doug86
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18th Jun '17 2:04:45 AM CaptEquinox
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* Little Eepersip in Barbara Newhall Follett's ''The House Without Windows'' ran away from home, "lives wild" in the forest, and spends a lot of time dancing, climbing trees and running around, which is said to make her much stronger and more agile than an average child. Closer to Robin than Batman.

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* Little Eepersip in Barbara Newhall Follett's ''The House Without Windows'' ran away from home, "lives wild" "[[NatureHero lives wild]]" in the forest, and spends a lot of time dancing, climbing trees and running around, which is said to make her much stronger and more agile than an average child. Closer to Robin than Batman.Batman, doing some pretty unlikely gymnastics when her father and his friends attempt to capture her.
14th Jun '17 3:45:18 AM CaptEquinox
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* Little Eepersip in Barbara Newhall Follett's ''The House Without Windows'' ran away from home, "lives wild" in the forest, and spends a lot of time dancing, climbing trees and running around, which is said to make her much stronger and more agile than an average child. Closer to Robin than Batman.
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