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22nd Jan '17 6:29:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* One NPC you meet in the Frogwares game ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes: [[CthulhuMythos The Awakened]]'' is an utterly miserable guy with one of them. The punchline to his sordid story is the one time he had to go to the toilet.... You get to help him by delivering a prosthetic instead, because you need the hook to solve a puzzle. It's that kind of game.

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* One NPC you meet in the Frogwares game ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes: [[CthulhuMythos [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos The Awakened]]'' is an utterly miserable guy with one of them. The punchline to his sordid story is the one time he had to go to the toilet.... You get to help him by delivering a prosthetic instead, because you need the hook to solve a puzzle. It's that kind of game.
10th Jan '17 6:43:51 PM nombretomado
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* The kidnapper from the "The Basement" series of LoadingReadyRun videos has no hands. He replaced one with an axe; thus the character acquired the nickname Axe Hand.

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* The kidnapper from the "The Basement" series of LoadingReadyRun WebVideo/LoadingReadyRun videos has no hands. He replaced one with an axe; thus the character acquired the nickname Axe Hand.
28th Dec '16 3:37:44 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/{{Witchblade}}'': A killer who targets fashion models has a prosphetic hook in place of his right hand. [[spoiler:This is because he once tried to wield the Witchblade, which dessicated his arm as punishment since it only accepts female bearers.]]
28th Nov '16 2:05:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the JulesVerne novels ''Literature/FromTheEarthToTheMoon'' and ''The Purchase of the North Pole'', veteran artilleryman, engineer and mathematician J.T. Maston has a hook (with fittings for a pen or a chalk) for the right hand and a guttapercha skullcap to cover a horrible scar in the head. His wounds are explained as the result of him designing a giant mortar during the UsefulNotes/AmericanCivilWar, which exploded at the first test shot, killing more than 300 men [[HoistByHisOwnPetard and disabling even more including him]].

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* In the JulesVerne Creator/JulesVerne novels ''Literature/FromTheEarthToTheMoon'' and ''The Purchase of the North Pole'', veteran artilleryman, engineer and mathematician J.T. Maston has a hook (with fittings for a pen or a chalk) for the right hand and a guttapercha skullcap to cover a horrible scar in the head. His wounds are explained as the result of him designing a giant mortar during the UsefulNotes/AmericanCivilWar, which exploded at the first test shot, killing more than 300 men [[HoistByHisOwnPetard and disabling even more including him]].
10th Nov '16 8:22:31 AM Dutchtica
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** Tee-Hee, one of the enforcers of Kananga in ''Film/LiveAndLetDie'' has a hook hand, but for the larger part of his lower arm. He alludes to crocodiles, and implies one bit it off.
26th Oct '16 8:41:46 PM PaulA
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* This was parodied in the first issue of ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'', where Comicbook/{{Robin}} has a nightmare about his hand being eaten by cockroaches and being replaced by a batarang hook thing. SelfDeprecatingHumor at work -- PeterDavid wrote both ''Aquaman'' when the hook was first introduced and ''Young Justice''. The other two characters' nightmares were ComicBook/{{Superboy}}'s jacket becoming fiery wings (David's ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'') and [[TheFlash Impulse]] ricocheting from one unbalanced personality to another, before snarling "[[HulkSpeak Impulse FLASH!]]" (David's ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'').

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* This was parodied in the first issue of ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'', where Comicbook/{{Robin}} has a nightmare about his hand being eaten by cockroaches and being replaced by a batarang hook thing. SelfDeprecatingHumor at work -- PeterDavid Creator/PeterDavid wrote both ''Aquaman'' when the hook was first introduced and ''Young Justice''. The other two characters' nightmares were ComicBook/{{Superboy}}'s jacket becoming fiery wings (David's ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'') and [[TheFlash [[ComicBook/TheFlash Impulse]] ricocheting from one unbalanced personality to another, before snarling "[[HulkSpeak Impulse FLASH!]]" (David's ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'').
27th Sep '16 11:03:31 PM Fyrmer
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* Tom Baltezor in ''WesternAnimation/EightCrazyNights'' has a hook for a left hand, with which he is prone to [[AmusingInjuries accidentally injuring himself]].
-->'''Davey Stone:''' I wonder if that guy ever wiped his ass with the wrong hand?
-->'''Tom Baltezor:''' Yes.
15th Sep '16 4:09:31 AM Vox
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A character replaces their hand with a hook or similar object. [[BonusPoints Bonus points]] [[PeterPan if a crocodile is somehow involved.]]

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A character replaces their hand with a hook or similar object. [[BonusPoints Bonus points]] [[PeterPan Bonus points if a crocodile is somehow involved.]]
15th Sep '16 4:08:32 AM Vox
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A character replaces their hand with a hook or similar object. [[PeterPan Bonus points if a crocodile is somehow involved.]]

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A character replaces their hand with a hook or similar object. [[BonusPoints Bonus points]] [[PeterPan Bonus points if a crocodile is somehow involved.]]
3rd Jul '16 6:11:07 PM nombretomado
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* Gahlok Va, from ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', has a hook in place of its left hand.

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* Gahlok Va, from ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', has a hook in place of its left hand.
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