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5th May '17 5:24:20 AM AkiTendo
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** Paper is often shipped from the mill in rolls that can weigh several tons each. If one of these gets rolling they can crush anyone and anything in their path.
5th Mar '17 10:00:02 AM nombretomado
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* MarvelComics' Thin Man has the ability to flatten himself razor thin, in addition to RubberMan powers. Again, ''razor'' thin. And he's a sadistic, bitter old man. And a good guy.

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* MarvelComics' Creator/MarvelComics' Thin Man has the ability to flatten himself razor thin, in addition to RubberMan powers. Again, ''razor'' thin. And he's a sadistic, bitter old man. And a good guy.
24th Feb '17 5:54:19 PM RaygunJustice
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* New [[ComicBook/Flash]] villain Papercut's power is to control paper, [[spoiler: though his actual power is controlling wood. It is just easier for him to manipulate paper.]] He primarily uses his power to make razor-sharp paper shurikens.

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* New [[ComicBook/Flash]] {{Flash}} villain Papercut's power is to control paper, [[spoiler: though his actual power is controlling wood. It is just easier for him to manipulate paper.]] He primarily uses his power to make razor-sharp paper shurikens.
24th Feb '17 5:53:00 PM RaygunJustice
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* New [[ComicBook/{{TheFlash}}Flash]] villain Papercut's power is to control paper, [[spoiler: though his actual power is controlling wood. It is just easier for him to manipulate paper.]] He primarily uses his power to make razor-sharp paper shurikens.

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* New [[ComicBook/{{TheFlash}}Flash]] [[ComicBook/Flash]] villain Papercut's power is to control paper, [[spoiler: though his actual power is controlling wood. It is just easier for him to manipulate paper.]] He primarily uses his power to make razor-sharp paper shurikens.
24th Feb '17 5:52:20 PM RaygunJustice
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* New [[ComicBook/{{TheFlash}}Flash]] villain Papercut's power is to control paper, [[spoiler: though his actual power is controlling wood. It is just easier for him to manipulate paper.]] He primarily uses his power to make razor-sharp paper shurikens.



* New [[ComicBook/{{TheFlash}}Flash]] villain Papercut's power is to control paper, [[spoiler: though his actual power is controlling wood. It is just easier for him to manipulate paper.]] He primarily uses his power to make razor-sharp paper shurikens.

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* New [[ComicBook/{{TheFlash}}Flash]] villain Papercut's power is to control paper, [[spoiler: though his actual power is controlling wood. It is just easier for him to manipulate paper.]] He primarily uses his power to make razor-sharp paper shurikens.
24th Feb '17 5:51:47 PM RaygunJustice
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* New [[ComicBook/{{TheFlash}}Flash]] villain Papercut's power is to control paper, [[spoiler: though his actual power is controlling wood. It is just easier for him to manipulate paper.]] He primarily uses his power to make razor-sharp paper shurikens.
5th Feb '17 7:26:22 PM Zernik
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* The ''Series/MythBusters'' made working crossbows out of newspaper. DEADLY crossbows. They were only good for 1, maybe 2 shots before being worthless, though. Their first attempt at using it hit the ballistic gel dummy right in the jugular vein.
19th Jan '17 12:54:07 AM Kartoonkid95
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* In ''[[Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad Wind in the Willows]]'': During the climactic chase for the Toad Hall deed, Moley folds it into an airplane and sends it flying. Soon, Toad tries to confuse Winky and the weasels by tossing dozens of paper airplanes.
19th Jan '17 12:53:36 AM Kartoonkid95
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* In ''[[Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad Wind in the Willows]]'': During the climactic chase for the Toad Hall deed, Moley folds it into an airplane and sends it flying. Soon, Toad tries to confuse Winky and the weasels by tossing dozens of paper airplanes.
15th Jan '17 11:34:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* Discovery Channel had a convict mentioning the combat potential of newspapers folded and/or rolled up tightly enough... Spears... Hammers... keep in mind that paper used to be wood, and only its thinness and flexibility separates it from that mechanically. High density cardboard (which tightly enough rolled newspaper could approximate) doesn't hold a candle to steel for ability to apply bludgeoning force, but it is a lot better than bare hands for reach.

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* Discovery Channel Creator/DiscoveryChannel had a convict mentioning the combat potential of newspapers folded and/or rolled up tightly enough... Spears... Hammers... keep in mind that paper used to be wood, and only its thinness and flexibility separates it from that mechanically. High density cardboard (which tightly enough rolled newspaper could approximate) doesn't hold a candle to steel for ability to apply bludgeoning force, but it is a lot better than bare hands for reach.



* TheHistoryChannel had an episode of ''Ancient Discoveries'' that tested the validity of paper armor from ancient China. The paper armor they created was able to completely stop a crossbow bolt from 20 meters.

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* TheHistoryChannel Creator/TheHistoryChannel had an episode of ''Ancient Discoveries'' that tested the validity of paper armor from ancient China. The paper armor they created was able to completely stop a crossbow bolt from 20 meters.
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