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17th Jun '18 8:28:17 PM comicwriter
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* ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' sees Comicbook/SpiderMan donning a new high-tech suit that's inspired by his Iron Spider armor from the comics. [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]] also gets a powerful new axe called Stormbreaker, which serves a replacement for his hammer, which got destroyed during ''Film/ThorRagnarok''.

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* ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' sees Comicbook/SpiderMan donning don a new high-tech suit that's inspired by his Iron Spider armor from the comics. [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]] also gets a powerful new axe called Stormbreaker, which serves a replacement for his hammer, which got destroyed during ''Film/ThorRagnarok''.
17th Jun '18 8:19:20 PM comicwriter
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* In ''Film/BlackPanther'', T'Challa gets a new suit that uses NanoMachines to act as a suit of InstantArmor. It also lets him absorb and redistribute kinetic energy, making him even more dangerous.

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* In ''Film/BlackPanther'', Shuri gives T'Challa gets a new suit that uses NanoMachines to act as a suit of InstantArmor. It also lets him absorb and redistribute kinetic energy, making him even more dangerous.
17th Jun '18 8:18:37 PM comicwriter
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*** Also the film's version of War Machine is [[spoiler:Tony's Mark II armor upgraded by the military]].

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*** Also the film's version of War Machine Comicbook/WarMachine is [[spoiler:Tony's Mark II armor upgraded by the military]].



* All of the original Avengers in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'', except Thor. Even Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk gets a new pair of stretchy pants.
* Ditto for ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', where most of the Avengers have new costumes and tech courtesy of Tony Stark. Comicbook/TheFalcon has a new wing suit with built-in missiles, transformable wings and a high-tech drone, Comicbook/BlackWidow now has gauntlets that launch miniature tasers (her trademark "Widow's Bite" from the comics), Comicbook/WarMachine has a new armor with even ''more'' weaponry and Comicbook/ScarletWitch now has a proper costume instead of street clothes. In an inversion, Captain America no longer has a controllable magnetic shield like he did in ''Age of Ultron''.

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* All of the original Avengers in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'', except Thor. Iron Man has yet another new suit (three of them, even), Captain America now has an electromagnetic gauntlet that allows him to remotely retrieve his shield, Comicbook/BlackWidow has electric stun batons and a new costume with glowing TronLines, and Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}} has a new costume and an even larger arsenal of {{Trick Arrow}}s. Even Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk gets a new pair of stretchy pants.
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* Ditto for ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', where most of the Avengers have new costumes and tech courtesy of Tony Stark. Comicbook/TheFalcon has a new wing suit with built-in missiles, transformable wings and a high-tech drone, Comicbook/BlackWidow now has gauntlets wrist-mounted weapons that launch miniature tasers (her trademark "Widow's Bite" from the comics), Comicbook/WarMachine tasers, War Machine has a new armor with even ''more'' weaponry and Comicbook/ScarletWitch now has a proper costume instead of street clothes. In an inversion, Captain America no longer has a controllable his magnetic shield like he did in gauntlet from ''Age of Ultron''.



* ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' sees Spider-Man donning a new high-tech suit that's inspired by his Iron Spider armor from the comics.

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* ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' sees Spider-Man Comicbook/SpiderMan donning a new high-tech suit that's inspired by his Iron Spider armor from the comics.comics. [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]] also gets a powerful new axe called Stormbreaker, which serves a replacement for his hammer, which got destroyed during ''Film/ThorRagnarok''.
17th Jun '18 8:11:10 PM comicwriter
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* Ditto for ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', where all of the Avengers have new costumes and tech courtesy of Tony Stark.

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* Ditto for ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', where all most of the Avengers have new costumes and tech courtesy of Tony Stark.Stark. Comicbook/TheFalcon has a new wing suit with built-in missiles, transformable wings and a high-tech drone, Comicbook/BlackWidow now has gauntlets that launch miniature tasers (her trademark "Widow's Bite" from the comics), Comicbook/WarMachine has a new armor with even ''more'' weaponry and Comicbook/ScarletWitch now has a proper costume instead of street clothes. In an inversion, Captain America no longer has a controllable magnetic shield like he did in ''Age of Ultron''.
25th May '18 5:25:39 PM TempestKnight
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\n\n* Crossing into RealLife, the PS4 Pro and XBox 1 X were this to the PS4 and XBoxOne. They play the same games (there are no PS4 Pro or XBox1X exclusives), but can render 4k graphics compared to the 1080p of the base models -- not to mention they have more hard drive space.

5th May '18 10:13:18 PM BoukenDutch
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* ''WesternAnimation/PJMasks'': In the appropriately season 2 episode "PJ Power Up", all 3 heroes get a new super power.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PJMasks'': In the appropriately titled season 2 episode "PJ Power Up", all 3 heroes get a new super power.
4th May '18 4:56:20 AM BoukenDutch
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* ''WesternAnimation/PJMasks'': In the appropriately season 2 episode "PJ Power Up", all 3 heroes get a new super power.
28th Apr '18 8:10:05 PM comicwriter
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* In ''Film/BlackPanther'', T'Challa gets a new suit that uses NanoMachines to act as a suit of InstantArmor.

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* In ''Film/BlackPanther'', T'Challa gets a new suit that uses NanoMachines to act as a suit of InstantArmor. It also lets him absorb and redistribute kinetic energy, making him even more dangerous.
1st Apr '18 9:12:19 AM Chillpenguin411
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*** Marida gets this twice, as after she stops piloting the Banshee, she goes back to her old Kyshatria- Which has then been upgraded into the Kyshatria Besserung/Reparied, replacing the damaged funnel pods and leg with fuel pods and a [[GatlingGood beam Gatling]], and also adding a [[AnAxeToGrind beam axe]] for good measure.
30th Mar '18 9:22:25 AM MagnusForce
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** [[Series/ReturnOfUltraman Ultraman Jack]] gets the the Ultra Bracelet from Series/UltraSeven in episode 18, a SwissArmyWeapon that allows him to bypass the energy-consuming monster Bemstar.
** In''Series/UltramanGaia'', Gamu receives Ultraman Agul's light from Fujimiya [[spoiler:when he gives up the mantle of Ultraman Agul]] about halfway through the series, allowing Ultraman Gaia to use some of Agul's powers.
** Series/UltramanCosmos gains Eclipse Mode in episode 30 in order to battle Chaos Header's physical forms, combining the powers of his Luna and Corona Modes.

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** [[Series/ReturnOfUltraman Ultraman Jack]] gets the the Ultra Bracelet from Series/UltraSeven in episode 18, a SwissArmyWeapon that allows him to bypass the energy-consuming monster Bemstar.
Bemstar. Series/UltramanTaro and Series/UltramanLeo receive similar items in episode 19 from the Mother of Ultra and episode 26 from Ultraman King respectively.
** In''Series/UltramanGaia'', In ''Series/UltramanGaia'', Gamu receives Ultraman Agul's light from Fujimiya [[spoiler:when he gives up the mantle of Ultraman Agul]] about halfway through the series, allowing Ultraman Gaia to use some of Agul's powers.
** Series/UltramanCosmos gains Eclipse Mode in episode 30 in order to battle [[BigBad Chaos Header's Header]]'s physical forms, combining the powers of his Luna and Corona Modes.



** In ''Series/UltramanGinga S'', Ultraman Victory earns one when his kaiju companion Shepherdon performs a HeroicSacrifice called the Sherpherdon Sabre, allowing the monster to continue supporting him in battle afterwards.

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** In ''Series/UltramanGinga S'', [[{{Deuteragonist}} Ultraman Victory Victory]] earns one called the Sherpherdon Sabre when his kaiju companion Shepherdon performs a HeroicSacrifice called the Sherpherdon Sabre, HeroicSacrifice, allowing the monster to continue supporting him in battle afterwards.



** Series/UltramanOrb got two: the first is Thunder Breaster, a combination of the powers of Ultraman Zoffy and Ultraman Belial that gives him incredible power at the cost of his sanity; the second is Orb Origin, which grants him a sword and ElementalPowers and [[spoiler:is in fact his long-lost true form]].

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** Series/UltramanOrb got two: the first is Thunder Breaster, a combination of the powers of Ultraman Zoffy and Ultraman Belial that gives him incredible power at the cost of his sanity; the second is Orb Origin, which grants him a sword and ElementalPowers and [[spoiler:is in fact his long-lost true form]].
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