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7th Dec '16 1:58:15 AM eroock
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6th Dec '16 7:32:10 PM Willbyr
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26th Oct '16 6:15:24 PM nombretomado
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* ''Voyage Into Space'', being based on the earlier GiantRobo manga, featured a giant robot whose main armament was missiles he could shoot from his fingertips.

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* ''Voyage Into Space'', being based on the earlier GiantRobo ''Manga/GiantRobo'' manga, featured a giant robot whose main armament was missiles he could shoot from his fingertips.
17th Oct '16 10:18:48 AM dmcreif
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* Subverted in ''Series/LukeCage2016''. When Diamondback introduces himself to Shades' crew, he draws out his right hand from his jacket and points it around like a gun, and then he uses it to "fire" a round right into one of their shoulders. It turns out he'd drawn a real gun with his left hand and hip-fired it while everyone was distracted, as a not-so-subtle way of telling them not to look in the most obvious place for Luke Cage's body.

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* Subverted in ''Series/LukeCage2016''. When In ''Series/LukeCage2016'', Diamondback introduces himself to Shades' Cornell Stokes' former crew, he who have been dispatched by Shades to look for Luke Cage's body. Diamondback draws out his right hand from his jacket and points it around like a gun, and then in the FingerGun gesture. Then he uses it said finger to "fire" a round right into one of their shoulders. henchman's shoulder. It turns out he'd drawn a real gun with his left hand and hip-fired fired it from the hip while everyone was distracted, as a and it's his not-so-subtle way of telling them not to look for Luke Cage in the most obvious place for Luke Cage's body.places.
16th Oct '16 1:38:01 PM eroock
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16th Oct '16 1:35:10 PM eroock
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2nd Oct '16 10:38:35 AM dmcreif
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* Subverted in ''Series/LukeCage2016''. When Diamondback introduces himself to Shades' crew, he draws out his right hand from his jacket and points it around like a gun, and then he uses it to "fire" a round right into one of their shoulders. It turns out he'd drawn a real gun with his left hand and hip-fired it while everyone was distracted, as a not-so-subtle way of telling them not to look in the most obvious place for Luke Cage's body.



* Subverted in ''Series/LukeCage2016'', when Diamondback is introducing himself to Shades' crew. Diamondback draws out his right hand from his jacket and points it around like a gun -- and then he uses it to "fire" a round right into one of their shoulders. It turns out he'd drawn a real gun with his left hand and hip-fired it while everyone was distracted, as a not-so-subtle way of telling them not to look in the most obvious place for Luke Cage's body.

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* Subverted in ''Series/LukeCage2016'', when Diamondback is introducing himself to Shades' crew. Diamondback draws out his right hand from his jacket and points it around like a gun -- and then he uses it to "fire" a round right into one of their shoulders. It turns out he'd drawn a real gun with his left hand and hip-fired it while everyone was distracted, as a not-so-subtle way of telling them not to look in the most obvious place for Luke Cage's body.
2nd Oct '16 10:36:35 AM dmcreif
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* Subverted in ''Series/LukeCage2016'', when Diamondback is introducing himself to Shades' crew. Diamondback draws out his right hand from his jacket and points it around like a gun -- and then he uses it to "fire" a round right into one of their shoulders. It turns out he'd drawn a real gun with his left hand and hip-fired it while everyone was distracted, as a not-so-subtle way of telling them not to look in the most obvious place for Luke Cage's body.
24th Aug '16 2:01:05 AM HighCrate
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Pay special attention to the fingers of a HumongousMecha if they appear to be flexible hollow tubes or if they sport openings or lenses at the ends because these indicate guns. 'Mittens' with rows of barrels are sometimes used by designers who want to mix things up, though these are even less practical as they lose all but the most basic hand functions. Some less humanoid designs may have hand-mounted guns that double as fingers rather than fingers with guns inside, usually in cases where the machine has less than five fingers on each hand.

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Pay special attention to the fingers of a HumongousMecha if they appear to be flexible hollow tubes or if they sport openings or lenses at the ends because these indicate guns. 'Mittens' with rows of barrels are sometimes used by designers who want to mix things up, though these are even less practical as they lose all but the most basic hand functions. Some less humanoid designs may have hand-mounted guns that double as fingers rather than fingers with guns inside, usually in cases where the machine has less fewer than five fingers on each hand.
14th Jul '16 1:35:28 AM Dvandemon
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* A one-off villain in an X-Men title was a mutant tattoo artist that could give [[PowerTattoo power granting tattoos]], who had variously empowered an entire gang. One of them had a gun tattoo on his hand and index fingers he could fire with the appropriate gesture.
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