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30th Nov '16 2:43:02 AM Tron80
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* Franchise/{{Superman}} used to have the power of Super-Ventriloquism, which he used surprisingly frequently (because being able to ''literally'' throw your voice gives you a way to communicate in the vacuum of space). Also whenever Superman -or other Kryptonian- used to use his powers to do something more efficiently writers would call it Super-<Insert Thing Here>, so "weaving at Superspeed" became [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_weaving1.jpg "Super-Weaving"]]. The worst case of which is a simple multiplication, which Supes calls [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_math1.jpg "Super-Mathematics"]] ''while he gets the answer wrong''. His "Super-Breath" is used only sporadically (volcano eruption, "Fire Wall of Doom").

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* Franchise/{{Superman}} used to have the power of Super-Ventriloquism, which he used surprisingly frequently (because being able to ''literally'' throw your voice gives you a way to communicate in the vacuum of space). Also whenever Superman -or other Kryptonian- used to use his powers to do something more efficiently writers would call it Super-<Insert Thing Here>, so "weaving at Superspeed" became [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_weaving1.jpg "Super-Weaving"]]. The worst case of which is a simple multiplication, which Supes calls [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_math1.jpg "Super-Mathematics"]] ''while he gets the answer wrong''. His "Super-Breath" is used only sporadically (volcano eruption, "Fire Wall of Doom"). In ''Comicbook/WarWorld'', Superman and Supergirl use their Super Ventriloquism to communicate in the vacuum of space.
19th Nov '16 1:25:27 AM Tron80
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* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} was created in the late Silver Age and she was so overpowered like her cousin, but she was not liable to come up with new weird powers every issue. Still she used "Super Ventiloquism", in ''Comicbook/ActionComics #258'' she used "Super Aiming" and in ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1972}} Supergirl Vol 1]]'' issue #1 she uses [[VacuumMouth Super-Suction Breath]] to capture a serial killer (she draws out the air out of a cab so the man in there faints). Supergirl once complained (to herself) how "lame" "Super Breath" power was.

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* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} was created in the late Silver Age and she was so overpowered like her cousin, but she was not liable to come up with new weird powers every issue. Still she used "Super Ventiloquism", in ''Comicbook/ActionComics #258'' she used "Super Aiming" and in ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1972}} Supergirl Vol 1]]'' issue #1 she uses [[VacuumMouth Super-Suction Breath]] to capture a serial killer (she draws out the air out of a cab so the man in there faints). Supergirl once complained (to herself) how "lame" "Super Breath" power was.
19th Nov '16 1:17:21 AM Tron80
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* Franchise/{{Superman}} used to have the power of Super-Ventriloquism, which he used surprisingly frequently (because being able to ''literally'' throw your voice gives you a way to communicate in the vacuum of space). Also whenever Superman -or other Kryptonian- used to use his powers to do something more efficiently writers would call it Super-<Insert Thing Here>, so "weaving at Superspeed" became [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_weaving1.jpg "Super-Weaving". The worst case of which is a simple multiplication, which Supes calls [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_math1.jpg "Super-Mathematics"]] ''while he gets the answer wrong''. His "Super-Breath" is used only sporadically (volcano eruption, "Fire Wall of Doom").

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* Franchise/{{Superman}} used to have the power of Super-Ventriloquism, which he used surprisingly frequently (because being able to ''literally'' throw your voice gives you a way to communicate in the vacuum of space). Also whenever Superman -or other Kryptonian- used to use his powers to do something more efficiently writers would call it Super-<Insert Thing Here>, so "weaving at Superspeed" became [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_weaving1.jpg "Super-Weaving"."Super-Weaving"]]. The worst case of which is a simple multiplication, which Supes calls [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_math1.jpg "Super-Mathematics"]] ''while he gets the answer wrong''. His "Super-Breath" is used only sporadically (volcano eruption, "Fire Wall of Doom").
19th Nov '16 1:16:35 AM Tron80
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* Comicbook/{{Superman}} used to have the power of Super-Ventriloquism, which he used surprisingly frequently. [[labelnote:*]] Because being able to ''literally'' throw your voice gives you a way to communicate in the vacuum of space. [[/labelnote]] Also whenever Superman used to use his powers to do something more efficiently writers would call it Super-<Insert Thing Here>, so "weaving at Superspeed" became [[http://superdickery.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=36&Itemid=53&limitstart=4 "Super-Weaving."]] The worst case of which is a simple multiplication, which Supes calls [[http://superdickery.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=676:high-school-math-is-a-super-power-apparently&catid=36:stupor-powers-index&Itemid=38 "Super-Mathematics"]] ''while he gets the answer wrong''.
** His "Super-Breath" is used only sporadically (volcano eruption, "Fire Wall of Doom"). Supergirl once complained (to herself) how "lame" this power was.
* {{Spider-Man}} got one of these in "The Other" powerup mini-arc before Civil War. He gained such powers as seeing in the dark, tracing vibrations through his weblines, poison stingers in his arms... and the ability to identify the species of any spider on sight. At least he didn't end up shooting webs out of his behind.

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* Comicbook/{{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} used to have the power of Super-Ventriloquism, which he used surprisingly frequently. [[labelnote:*]] Because frequently (because being able to ''literally'' throw your voice gives you a way to communicate in the vacuum of space. [[/labelnote]] space). Also whenever Superman -or other Kryptonian- used to use his powers to do something more efficiently writers would call it Super-<Insert Thing Here>, so "weaving at Superspeed" became [[http://superdickery.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=36&Itemid=53&limitstart=4 "Super-Weaving."]] [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_weaving1.jpg "Super-Weaving". The worst case of which is a simple multiplication, which Supes calls [[http://superdickery.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=676:high-school-math-is-a-super-power-apparently&catid=36:stupor-powers-index&Itemid=38 [[http://images.paxholley.net/blog/superman/supes_math1.jpg "Super-Mathematics"]] ''while he gets the answer wrong''.
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wrong''. His "Super-Breath" is used only sporadically (volcano eruption, "Fire Wall of Doom"). Doom").
* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} was created in the late Silver Age and she was so overpowered like her cousin, but she was not liable to come up with new weird powers every issue. Still she used "Super Ventiloquism", in ''Comicbook/ActionComics #258'' she used "Super Aiming" and in ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1972}} Supergirl Vol 1]]'' issue #1 she uses [[VacuumMouth Super-Suction Breath]] to capture a serial killer (she draws out the air out of a cab so the man in there faints).
Supergirl once complained (to herself) how "lame" this "Super Breath" power was.
* {{Spider-Man}} Franchise/SpiderMan got one of these in "The Other" powerup mini-arc before Civil War. He gained such powers as seeing in the dark, tracing vibrations through his weblines, poison stingers in his arms... and the ability to identify the species of any spider on sight. At least he didn't end up shooting webs out of his behind.
31st Oct '16 3:35:41 PM Exxolon
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*** Considering most of Athas (the world of ''Dark Sun'') is essentially an arid desert wasteland full of dangerous monsters that getting lost in is usually a death sentence that power would be very useful.
11th Jul '16 6:58:25 PM ErikModi
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* [[DoctorWho The Doctor:]] Master of time and space (with his TARDIS), frighteningly intelligent, knows everything about everything, can completely recover from being killed just about any way you care to kill him, and speaks fluent baby.
12th Jun '16 5:31:33 PM nombretomado
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* ComicBook/{{Rogue}} herself, when still possessing MsMarvel's powers, had a latent [[SpiderSense seventh sense]] that allowed her to detect danger. She used it perhaps twice in the comic books. MsMarvel herself rarely used the power, either.

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* ComicBook/{{Rogue}} herself, when still possessing MsMarvel's ComicBook/MsMarvel's powers, had a latent [[SpiderSense seventh sense]] that allowed her to detect danger. She used it perhaps twice in the comic books. MsMarvel Ms. Marvel herself rarely used the power, either.
9th Jun '16 11:32:17 AM Doug86
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* Nightcrawler of the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' can teleport (taking other people along - [[PortalCut or just pieces of them]] - if he wants), climb walls and ceilings, turn invisible in shadows, and has superhuman agility and a prehensile tail he can use to fence with three swords at once. He also has the ability to know whether or not he's in his home dimension. He can count the number of times he's used this power for anything other than instinctively ending up in the right dimension when he teleports on the fingers of one hand. And Nightcrawler only has three fingers per hand.

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* Nightcrawler of the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' ''ComicBook/XMen'' can teleport (taking other people along - [[PortalCut or just pieces of them]] - if he wants), climb walls and ceilings, turn invisible in shadows, and has superhuman agility and a prehensile tail he can use to fence with three swords at once. He also has the ability to know whether or not he's in his home dimension. He can count the number of times he's used this power for anything other than instinctively ending up in the right dimension when he teleports on the fingers of one hand. And Nightcrawler only has three fingers per hand.
28th May '16 6:01:38 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The skill set of Negi in ''MahouSenseiNegima!'' includes various [[BlowYouAway wind]] and [[ShockAndAwe lightning]] spells, {{Status Buff}}s, {{Flash Step}}ping, [[spoiler:EnergyAbsorption]], etc., etc. Oh, and he also knows a spell for [[BreastExpansion breast inflation]].

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* The skill set of Negi in ''MahouSenseiNegima!'' ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima!'' includes various [[BlowYouAway wind]] and [[ShockAndAwe lightning]] spells, {{Status Buff}}s, {{Flash Step}}ping, [[spoiler:EnergyAbsorption]], etc., etc. Oh, and he also knows a spell for [[BreastExpansion breast inflation]].
8th Mar '16 10:25:57 PM SSJMagus
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** This changes quite a bit in Shippuden, as Gamakichi and Gamatatsu have grown quite a bit bigger (as in, larger than any human, though they're still tiny compared to their father [[{{Kaiju}} Gamabunta]]), and even the snack-obsessed moron Gamatatsu can do a powerful combination jutsu with Naruto.

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** This changes quite a bit in Shippuden, as Gamakichi and Gamatatsu have grown quite a bit bigger (as in, larger than any human, though they're still tiny compared to their father [[{{Kaiju}} Gamabunta]]), and even the snack-obsessed moron Gamatatsu can do a powerful combination jutsu with Naruto. And by the end of Shippuden, it goes away entirely with Gamakichi being [[{{Kaiju}} a mere 10 cm shorter than his enormous father]]. Toads grow up fast.
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