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11th Apr '18 5:59:14 PM Editman
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* In ''Manga/{{Attack on Titan}}'', the Shifters unleash their Titan form by using bodily harm as a catalyst for their intense emotion/willpower.

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* In ''Manga/{{Attack on Titan}}'', the Shifters [[HumanWeapon Shifters]] unleash their Titan form by using bodily harm as a catalyst for their [[YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry intense emotion/willpower. emotion/willpower]][[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLff3_jPZIM]].
** Each transformation involves lightning falling from the sky and and bomb shockwave.
11th Apr '18 5:36:09 PM Editman
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* In ''Manga/{{Attack on Titan}}'', the Shifters unleash their Titan form by using bodily harm as a catalyst for their intense emotion/willpower.
1st Mar '18 3:03:36 AM KnightofLsama
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* In addition to the various Hulks, several other characters in ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelSuperHeroes'' share the same property, transforming from a minifig into a larger figure with super strength. Most notable are probably ''{{ComicBook/Venom}}'' and Stan Lee himself when unlocked as a playable figure, possible in reference to the Simpsons episode mentioned below.
13th Jan '18 8:03:45 PM EdwardGil
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* In ''Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina'', Thunder seems to be doing this when he sees that his elemental brothers; Lightning and Rain; are dead. He starts expanding....then he keeps expanding....and then he blows up.
23rd Dec '17 10:23:42 AM Nadim
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* Laura Limpin from ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor''. Every time something doesn't go her way, she transforms into a giant rasby-voiced wrestler called "The Big Badolescent" and [[CurbStompBattle beats up anyone who disagrees with her.]]
20th Dec '17 12:34:31 PM Wiseoung-5
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* In ''VideoGame/TransformersFallOfCybertron'', the Dinobot Grimlock is unable to transform at will due to lengthy surgical experiments conducted upon him by Shockwave. It's only when Grimlock gets immensely angry that he is able to transform into his T-Rex alternate mode.
7th Nov '17 11:04:53 AM Doug86
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* Marvel storylines ''WorldWarHulks'' and ''HulkedOutHeroes'' had several big name heroes Hulking Out after being exposed to an enemy superweapon to make them go on a rampage. SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}, several members of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}}, all of the ComicBook/FantasticFour except Reed Richards, [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (who seems to be weaker in this form), Franchise/SpiderMan, and even Comicbook/DoctorStrange were all Hulk-ified. Naturally they all fell victim to TheWorfEffect -- and Hulk.

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* Marvel storylines ''WorldWarHulks'' and ''HulkedOutHeroes'' had several big name heroes Hulking Out after being exposed to an enemy superweapon to make them go on a rampage. SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}, several members of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}}, Comicbook/XMen, all of the ComicBook/FantasticFour except Reed Richards, [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (who seems to be weaker in this form), Franchise/SpiderMan, and even Comicbook/DoctorStrange were all Hulk-ified. Naturally they all fell victim to TheWorfEffect -- and Hulk.
28th Oct '17 2:05:36 PM Vir
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* In ''VideoGame/LeagueofLegends'', Gnar's gameplay revolves around this premise. His playstyle is based around his Rage bar (which fills as he deals damage and gets damaged), which will transform him from a cute, prehistoric yordle into a hulking beast known as Mega Gnar (for a small period of time). Mini Gnar is a fragile and nimble ranged champion, while his alter form, Mega Gnar, is bulkier (both in damage and defenses), slower and melee-based. Managing his Rage bar and mastering both forms are required to perform well with him.

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* In ''VideoGame/LeagueofLegends'', ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'', Gnar's gameplay revolves around this premise. His playstyle is based around his Rage bar (which fills as he deals damage and gets damaged), which will transform him from a cute, prehistoric yordle into a hulking beast known as Mega Gnar (for a small period of time). Mini Gnar is a fragile and nimble ranged champion, while his alter form, Mega Gnar, is bulkier (both in damage and defenses), slower and melee-based. Managing his Rage bar and mastering both forms are required to perform well with him.
28th Oct '17 2:05:22 PM Vir
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* While not shown, Leo Hartwig's in ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock2}}'' transformation into a Brute Splicer involves this. It is heard in his Audio Diary "Field Trial #1".

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* While not shown, Leo Hartwig's in ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock2}}'' ''VideoGame/BioShock2'' transformation into a Brute Splicer involves this. It is heard in his Audio Diary "Field Trial #1".



* [[VideoGame/LeagueofLegends Gnar's]] gameplay revolves around this premise. His playstyle is based around his Rage bar (which fills as he deals damage and gets damaged), which will transform him from a cute, prehistoric yordle into a hulking beast known as Mega Gnar (for a small period of time). Mini Gnar is a fragile and nimble ranged champion, while his alter form, Mega Gnar, is bulkier (both in damage and defenses), slower and melee based. Managing his Rage bar and mastering both forms are required to perform well with him.

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* [[VideoGame/LeagueofLegends Gnar's]] In ''VideoGame/LeagueofLegends'', Gnar's gameplay revolves around this premise. His playstyle is based around his Rage bar (which fills as he deals damage and gets damaged), which will transform him from a cute, prehistoric yordle into a hulking beast known as Mega Gnar (for a small period of time). Mini Gnar is a fragile and nimble ranged champion, while his alter form, Mega Gnar, is bulkier (both in damage and defenses), slower and melee based.melee-based. Managing his Rage bar and mastering both forms are required to perform well with him.
6th Oct '17 10:26:06 AM x_countryguy
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** ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has Kale, a ShrinkingViolet Saiyan who goes from a normal-looking young girl to [[spoiler: the female version of [[TheJuggernaut Broly]]]].

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** ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has Kale, a ShrinkingViolet Saiyan who goes from a normal-looking young girl to [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the female version of [[TheJuggernaut Broly]]]].



* In chapter 305 of ''Manga/HunterXHunter'', [[spoiler: KidHero Gon]] Hulks Out when Pitou admits that [[spoiler: Kite is already dead and beyond any help]]. [[spoiler: He turns into a muscular long-haired adult whose raw power rivals that of the ''Chimera Ant King'']]. Overlaps with DangerousForbiddenTechnique since [[spoiler: Gon accomplished this by forcefully aging himself; reducing his lifespan and (maybe) sacrificing the ability to use nen ever again]].

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* In chapter 305 of ''Manga/HunterXHunter'', [[spoiler: KidHero [[spoiler:KidHero Gon]] Hulks Out when Pitou admits that [[spoiler: Kite [[spoiler:Kite is already dead and beyond any help]]. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He turns into a muscular long-haired adult whose raw power rivals that of the ''Chimera Ant King'']]. Overlaps with DangerousForbiddenTechnique since [[spoiler: Gon [[spoiler:Gon accomplished this by forcefully aging himself; reducing his lifespan and (maybe) sacrificing the ability to use nen ever again]].



* Parodied with a RunningGag in ''Manga/TokyoGhoul[=:Re=]''. The so-called "[[FanNickname Hulk Urie]]" is a fictional version of Urie, drawn by [[{{Otaku}} Saiko]] to mock his strict workout regimen. She even draws a comic where the normal Urie transforms into Hulk Urie to rescue the team. He is.....less than amused with her creative presents.

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* Parodied with a RunningGag in ''Manga/TokyoGhoul[=:Re=]''. The so-called "[[FanNickname Hulk Urie]]" is a fictional version of Urie, drawn by [[{{Otaku}} Saiko]] to mock his strict workout regimen. She even draws a comic where the normal Urie transforms into Hulk Urie to rescue the team. He is.....is... less than amused with her creative presents.



* Subverted and {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''ComicBook/{{Invincible}}'' when Mark tries to hulk-out over [[spoiler: Atom Eve's death]] and will beat Conquest. Conquest rushes Mark and tells him "child, please. Being enraged at me does not make you stronger. That is not how this works." [[spoiler:Then again, Mark ''does'' nearly kill Conquest afterward, so...]]

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* Subverted and {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''ComicBook/{{Invincible}}'' when Mark tries to hulk-out over [[spoiler: Atom [[spoiler:Atom Eve's death]] and will beat Conquest. Conquest rushes Mark and tells him "child, please. Being enraged at me does not make you stronger. That is not how this works." [[spoiler:Then again, Mark ''does'' nearly kill Conquest afterward, so...]]



* PlayedForLaughs in ''Series/TheYoungOnes''. After receiving a merciless barrage of abuse from all three of his housemates, Neil does this in the ''Summer Holiday'' episode. [[spoiler: Turns out it was actually an IndulgentFantasySegue, though it's a mystery what happened to his clothes...]]

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* PlayedForLaughs in ''Series/TheYoungOnes''. After receiving a merciless barrage of abuse from all three of his housemates, Neil does this in the ''Summer Holiday'' episode. [[spoiler: Turns [[spoiler:Turns out it was actually an IndulgentFantasySegue, though it's a mystery what happened to his clothes...]]



* ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'' has the guys on a college wrestling team "hulk-out" when they take an energy drink [[spoiler: that's "spiked," as it were, with the essence of a Viking berserker ladle]]. It's much more subdued than other examples, but there's a catch: If the guys drink too much of it...Let's just say they [[ComicBook/FantasticFour "flame]] [[IncendiaryExponent on."]]

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* ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'' has the guys on a college wrestling team "hulk-out" when they take an energy drink [[spoiler: that's [[spoiler:that's "spiked," as it were, with the essence of a Viking berserker ladle]]. It's much more subdued than other examples, but there's a catch: If the guys drink too much of it...Let's just say they [[ComicBook/FantasticFour "flame]] [[IncendiaryExponent on."]]



* In ''Webcomic/{{Tripp}}'', [[spoiler: Coco does this after aliens put a chip in her head]].

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Tripp}}'', [[spoiler: Coco [[spoiler:Coco does this after aliens put a chip in her head]].



** Played straight in the episode "A Scause For Applause" when [[spoiler: Jesus takes HGH at the end.]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZWYCcIorDk The scene that follows that]] has to be seen to be believed.

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** Played straight in the episode "A Scause For Applause" when [[spoiler: Jesus [[spoiler:Jesus takes HGH at the end.]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZWYCcIorDk The scene that follows that]] has to be seen to be believed.
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