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19th Jul '16 10:31:08 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Literature/TsarGorokhsDetectiveAgency'', Nikita ends up doing this by accident when he gets too close to [[CoolHorse Sivka-Burka]]'s ear. Somehow, the horse sucks him into the ear and out the other, with him dressed as a typical prince from Russian fairly tales. His police uniform and bag are nowhere to be found. Those are later somehow retrieved by Baba Yaga. The horse later ends up defeating the BigBad this way, whose frail body can't support itself without his massive armor.

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* In ''Literature/TsarGorokhsDetectiveAgency'', Nikita ends up doing this by accident when he gets too close to [[CoolHorse Sivka-Burka]]'s ear. Somehow, the horse sucks him into the ear and out the other, with him dressed as a typical prince from Russian fairly tales. His police uniform and bag are nowhere to be found. Those are later somehow retrieved by Baba Yaga. The horse later ends up defeating the BigBad this way, whose frail body can't support itself without his massive armor. Later, Nikita learns to avoid the horse's ears while riding it, even when he's holding on for dear life, as the horse is flying.
19th Jul '16 10:29:51 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Literature/TsarGorokhsDetectiveAgency'', Nikita ends up doing this by accident when he gets too close to [[CoolHorse Sivka-Burka]]'s ear. Somehow, the horse sucks him into the ear and out the other, with him dressed as a typical prince from Russian fairly tales. His police uniform and bag are nowhere to be found. Those are later somehow retrieved by Baba Yaga. The horse later ends up defeating the BigBad this way, whose frail body can't support itself without his massive armor.
19th Jul '16 10:25:27 AM ChronoLegion
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* Naturally, Barry can do this by virtue of being extremely fast in ''Series/TheFlash2014''. In one episode, he doesn't even go anywhere, since he has brought his suit in a gym bag, and it looks like he just spins around in place at superspeed. Additionally, [[spoiler:Eobard Thawne is able to put on his yellow suit in the blink of an eye, since it's somehow stored in his ring]].

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* Naturally, Barry can do this by virtue of being extremely fast in ''Series/TheFlash2014''. In one episode, he doesn't even go anywhere, since he has brought his suit in a gym bag, and it looks like he just spins around in place at superspeed. Additionally, [[spoiler:Eobard Thawne is able to put on his yellow suit in the blink of an eye, since it's somehow stored in his ring]].ring. Barry asks Cisco to figure out if he can use the ring to the same effect, but nothing has come of that so far]].
15th Jul '16 11:48:00 AM themisterfree
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* Used only once in ''SwatKats'', as part of a gag regarding ToonPhysics; the rest of the time, they used a LockAndLoadMontage to get into their flight suits.
12th Jun '16 5:35:21 PM nombretomado
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* MsMarvel when she was first introduced could instantly change between her normal clothing and costume instantly, although it was never explained how she could and the ability (along with her combat sense) was never demonstrated by Rogue after she permanently drained the powers from Carol Danvers.
* When Marvel Girl originally became Phoenix she would instantly restructure the clothing she and the other ComicBook/{{X-men}} were wearing into their costumes by telekinetically rearranging the molecules, her divergent future daughter Rachel Summers also demonstrated this ability once she acquired the same powers.

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* MsMarvel ComicBook/MsMarvel when she was first introduced could instantly change between her normal clothing and costume instantly, although it was never explained how she could and the ability (along with her combat sense) was never demonstrated by Rogue after she permanently drained the powers from Carol Danvers.
* When Marvel Girl originally became Phoenix she would instantly restructure the clothing she and the other ComicBook/{{X-men}} ComicBook/XMen were wearing into their costumes by telekinetically rearranging the molecules, her divergent future daughter Rachel Summers also demonstrated this ability once she acquired the same powers.
1st May '16 2:50:35 AM MorganWick
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* Subverted in modern Franchise/{{Batman}} comics and film adaptations. Bruce's costume is too bulky to be worn under his regular clothes, so when an emergency pops up he has to travel to the Batcave (or somewhere where he has a spare costume in storage) to suit up.

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* Subverted Averted in modern Franchise/{{Batman}} comics and film adaptations. Bruce's costume is too bulky to be worn under his regular clothes, so when an emergency pops up he has to travel to the Batcave (or somewhere where he has a spare costume in storage) to suit up.
8th Apr '16 11:35:28 PM euan112358
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* In ''Film/SkyHigh2005'', this is apparently a skill all heroes and sidekicks learn by default. All they have to do is walk [[BehindTheBlack out of sight behind a tree]] a civilian, and walk out the other side a superhero.

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* In ''Film/SkyHigh2005'', this is apparently a skill all heroes and sidekicks learn by default. All they have to do is walk [[BehindTheBlack [[OffScreenRealityWarp out of sight behind a tree]] a civilian, and walk out the other side a superhero.
22nd Mar '16 8:35:24 AM Waddle
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See also ToTheBatpole, FlungClothing and InstantArmor. Sometimes involves a TransformationSequence.

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See also ToTheBatpole, FlungClothing and InstantArmor. Sometimes involves a TransformationSequence.
TransformationSequence and often a way to justify TransformationIsAFreeAction.



* ''Film/AntMan'' has Scott Lang being given ten seconds to put on the suit. He starts a 9, and the time he's done the counter's at 4. He put on a full body suit in ''five seconds''.



* ''Film/AntMan'' has Scott Lang being given ten seconds to put on the suit. He starts a 9, and the time he's done the counter's at 4. He put on a full body suit in ''five seconds''.

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* ''Film/AntMan'' has Scott Lang being given ten seconds to put on the suit. He starts a 9, and the time he's done the counter's at 4. He put on a full body suit in ''five seconds''.
17th Mar '16 3:58:26 PM qwertyuiop[qweee
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* ''Film/AntMan'' has Scott Lang being given ten seconds to put on the suit. He starts a 9, and the time he's done the counter's at 4. He put on a full body suit in ''five seconds''.
7th Mar '16 1:40:53 PM rafi
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* Duke Fleed from ''Anime/UFORoboGrendizer'' is able to generate a pilot suit from his own body in order to pilot [[HumongousMecha Grendizer]]. The suit also provides protection from different types of hazards, such as lasers.



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