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1st Jan '16 7:57:22 PM eowynjedi
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* Krile of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' has one specifically tuned to her grandfather Galuf that lets her know when he's in danger so she can go rescue him. (At least, plot-based danger. There's no indication it triggered on the undoubtedly multiple instances of him needing a phoenix down in battle.)
20th Dec '15 11:26:42 AM ProfEtheric
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Added an entry (Webcomic/Autumn Bay) for cross-linking purposes.
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* In ''Webcomic/AutumnBay'', Ghoul gets [[http://autumnbaycomics.com/comics/27/ "this feeling, like... something seriously major is going on"]], that he has gotten these feelings all his life, and that they are usually "pretty... accurate". [[spoiler:He's right. It is at that moment that several parties become aware of the bigger plot, and each other.]]
24th Nov '15 2:55:18 AM StFan
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* The live TV version of ''Series/SpiderMan'' redefined the SpiderSense completely. Instead of just the sense that something bad was about to happen, Peter would get the full-on Phoebe Halliwell/Cordy Chase flash (only conventionally shot with a red filter). This would be accompanied by a shot of Parker (played by Nicholas Hammond) standing still while his eyes flashed.
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* The '70s live TV version of ''Series/SpiderMan'' ''Series/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' redefined the SpiderSense completely. Instead of just the sense that something bad was about to happen, Peter would get the full-on Phoebe Halliwell/Cordy Chase flash (only conventionally shot with a red filter). This would be accompanied by a shot of Parker (played by Nicholas Hammond) standing still while his eyes flashed.
21st Nov '15 6:57:24 AM FinalRest42
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* In ''VideoGame/SonicAndTheSecretRings'', Sonic mentioned that his spikes can sense danger.
17th Oct '15 4:26:46 AM EDP
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* In the manga version of ''Manga/SailorMoon'', Minako can sense danger, people spying on her or strange things happening. Being weaker than most examples, it doesn't always work.
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* In the manga version of ''Manga/SailorMoon'', Minako can sense danger, people spying on her or strange things happening. Being The ability being weaker than most examples, it doesn't always work.
16th Oct '15 7:45:33 PM Twerty
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* In the movie ''Film/{{Serenity}}'', River Tam knows someone is going to pull a gun before he actually does it, but it isn't clear whether she sensed the event via spider sense or simply [[PsychicPowers read his mind as he thought about it.
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* In the movie ''Film/{{Serenity}}'', River Tam knows someone is going to pull a gun before he actually does it, but it isn't clear whether she sensed the event via spider sense or simply [[PsychicPowers read his mind mind]] as he thought about it.
25th Sep '15 10:55:59 AM TokoWH
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** [[MundaneUtility It apparently also comes in useful when he's being bluffed in poker,]] to the point where Iron Fist recently mentioned that other heroes have stopped inviting him to their games.
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** [[MundaneUtility It apparently also comes in useful when he's being bluffed in poker,]] to the point where Iron Fist recently mentioned that other heroes have stopped inviting him to their games.
13th Sep '15 6:36:38 PM A.P.D.
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* Naturally, the ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' comic books feature this all the time, and also have villains trying to find ways of stopping / evading it. Green Goblin will occasionally use a gas that deadens it, which is how he learned Peter's secret identity, while Venom's symbiote is immune to it due to the time it spent bonded with Peter, an immunity the symbiote passed on to its many offspring. Ben Reilly and Kaine are immune to it due to being clones of Peter; likewise Peter is immune to their Spider-Sense. Kaine's Spider-Sense is augmented to the point of giving him premonitions. During the "Back in Black" arc, Sandman questions the wisdom of talking out loud about your ace-in-the-hole sixth sense.
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* Naturally, the ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' comic books feature this all the time, and also have villains trying to find ways of stopping / evading stopping/evading it. Green Goblin will occasionally use a gas that deadens it, which is how he learned Peter's secret identity, while Venom's symbiote is immune to it due to the time it spent bonded with Peter, an immunity the symbiote passed on to its many offspring. Ben Reilly and Kaine are immune to it due to being clones of Peter; likewise Peter is immune to their Spider-Sense. Kaine's Spider-Sense is augmented to the point of giving him premonitions. During the "Back in Black" arc, Sandman questions the wisdom of talking out loud about your ace-in-the-hole sixth sense.

** Also more importantly is that his SpiderSense not only allow him to sense potential threats but if Peter sense IMMEDIATE threats (like say a bullet coming at him), his SpiderSense would activate his SuperReflexes and cause him to automatically go to take the quickest and most effective way to avoid the danger, this includes combat, and even swinging across New York City. In fact, it's how he manage to make jokes while dodging attacks, as its literally doing everything for him.
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** Also more importantly is that his SpiderSense not only allow him to sense potential threats but if Peter sense senses IMMEDIATE threats (like say say, a bullet coming at him), his SpiderSense would activate his SuperReflexes and cause him to automatically go to take the quickest and most effective way to avoid the danger, this includes combat, and even swinging across New York City. In fact, it's how he manage manages to make jokes while dodging attacks, as its it's literally doing everything for him.

** Whenever there's a potentially world-destroying situation in ''any'' Marvel comic, it's pretty common to cut to a panel of Spidey thinking 'my spider-sense is suddenly going wild!'.
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** Whenever there's a potentially world-destroying situation in ''any'' Marvel comic, it's pretty common to cut to a panel of Spidey thinking 'my spider-sense Spider-Sense is suddenly going wild!'.
8th Sep '15 3:32:34 PM StFan
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* The martial artists in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' can sense if someone is about to attack them. Ranma's is so good, he sometimes dodges attacks in his ''sleep''. This includes Akane, who really is "a martial artist, too." Takahashi just wasn't ever interested in giving her ''fair'' fights. Akane's the damsel, Ranma's the hero. (Though she manages to help him out in both the Ryugenzawa and Phoenix Mountain battles.) Unfortunately for Ryoga, his "danger sense" is also [[TheExitIsThatWay affected]] by his terrible sense of direction. * Takuma Fudo ''GetBackers'' has the ability to forsee the future in increments of a few seconds each time, up to eleven seconds, with much the same effect.
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* The martial artists in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' can sense if someone is about to attack them. Ranma's is so good, he sometimes dodges attacks in his ''sleep''. This includes Akane, who really is "a martial artist, too." Takahashi just wasn't ever interested in giving her ''fair'' fights. Akane's the damsel, Ranma's the hero. (Though she manages to help him out in both the Ryugenzawa and Phoenix Mountain battles.) Unfortunately for Ryoga, Ryōga, his "danger sense" is also [[TheExitIsThatWay affected]] by his terrible sense of direction. * Takuma Fudo ''GetBackers'' ''Manga/GetBackers'' has the ability to forsee the future in increments of a few seconds each time, up to eleven seconds, with much the same effect.

* ''Manga/DragonBall'' makes good use of this. When some characters ''aren't'' using scanners or scouters, they rely on their own instincts to sense one's ki/[[PowerLevel power levels]] (no matter the amount) from afar - unless the enemy is consciously suppressing their ki. This came in useful during the Namek arc - Freeza and his troops, despite ridiculously outclassing the heroes in raw power, [[UnskilledButStrong had no idea this technique even existed]]. When Freeza fires EyeBeams at a column of smoke with Goku in it and misses every time, it takes Goku a few seconds to realize that his enemy can't sense him.
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* ''Manga/DragonBall'' ''Franchise/DragonBall'' makes good use of this. When some characters ''aren't'' using scanners or scouters, they rely on their own instincts to sense one's ki/[[PowerLevel power levels]] (no matter the amount) from afar - -- unless the enemy is consciously suppressing their ki. ki. ** This came comes in useful during the Namek arc - -- Freeza and his troops, despite ridiculously outclassing the heroes in raw power, [[UnskilledButStrong had have no idea this technique even existed]].exist]]. When Freeza fires EyeBeams at a column of smoke with Goku in it and misses every time, it takes Goku a few seconds to realize that his enemy can't sense him.

* Clare and Teresa of {{Claymore}}. Rather than 'seeing' the attacks, they rely on their youki perception, the power of sensing the attack before it connects. * ''{{Psyren}}'' has the psychic abilities from the "Sense" category (a sub-category of the body-strengthenig "Rise") which improve the users basic senses, allow them to feel psychic pressure and can basically act as lesser spider-senses. A perfect example is Kabuto's main power "Menace" (see quote above), which allows him to clearly feel incoming danger and also [[CombatClairvoyance see the menace of dead and thus predict all of the enemies attacks]]. [[spoiler: In fact, Kabuto's power goes even further than merely allowing him to sense danger - he can manipulate the area of menace and chuck attacks back at his opponent too, allowing him to dodge attacks without actually moving.]]
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* Clare and Teresa of {{Claymore}}. ''Manga/{{Claymore}}''. Rather than 'seeing' "seeing" the attacks, they rely on their youki perception, the power of sensing the attack before it connects. * ''{{Psyren}}'' ''Manga/{{Psyren}}'' has the psychic abilities from the "Sense" category (a sub-category of the body-strengthenig "Rise") which improve the users basic senses, allow them to feel psychic pressure and can basically act as lesser spider-senses. A perfect example is Kabuto's main power "Menace" (see quote above), which allows him to clearly feel incoming danger and also [[CombatClairvoyance see the menace of dead and thus predict all of the enemies attacks]]. [[spoiler: In fact, Kabuto's power goes even further than merely allowing him to sense danger - he can manipulate the area of menace and chuck attacks back at his opponent too, allowing him to dodge attacks without actually moving.]]

* Sousuke from ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'' has an uncanny, sixth sense-like ability to sense "killing intent." He could actually feel other people's malice and intentions to kill him, which allowed him to determine that assassins were nearby. This, of course, helps to allow him to set traps for them ahead of time. ** This was also used to torment him. [[spoiler: One of Mithrils agents would observe him via the scope of a rifle, and was amused to discover that Sousuke became visually agitated when he did this. It's implied that much of Sousuke's misbehavior in school is caused by the agent remotely triggering Sousuke's danger sense, causing to lash out against people near him.]] * The [[ComicBookAdaptation supplementary manga]] of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha TheMovie First'' reveal that Nanoha gained this as a side-effect of her magical powers slowly awakening. Even though she never saw it coming, she immediately reacted and caught a speeding baseball that was headed for [[ThoseTwoGuys Alisa]]. The fact that she also did all of that with her bare hand without receiving any injuries just added to her general bewilderment on what she had just managed to do. * Haruo Niijima from ''KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' has one of these in the thanks to his alien like features. It manifests as either two arrow-tipped antennae, or a sharp lock of hair that erects and twinges on top of his head whenever there is incoming danger. Apparently, he has been known to gauge the level of threat that an opponent posed though this manner and can even function as a radar or sorts (he once was able to avert certain death after detecting the incoming missiles locked on to the boat that he and his entourage were using to infiltrate a Yami base, and then later on, discern the presence of a number of murderous elite soldiers lurking in the dense woods during a beach field trip)
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* Sousuke from ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'' has an uncanny, sixth sense-like ability to sense "killing intent." intent". He could actually feel other people's malice and intentions to kill him, which allowed him to determine that assassins were nearby. This, of course, helps to allow him to set traps for them ahead of time. ** time. This was also used to torment him. [[spoiler: One of Mithrils agents would observe him via the scope of a rifle, and was amused to discover that Sousuke became visually agitated when he did this. It's implied that much of Sousuke's misbehavior in school is caused by the agent remotely triggering Sousuke's danger sense, causing to lash out against people near him.]] * The [[ComicBookAdaptation supplementary manga]] of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha TheMovie First'' ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaTheMovieFirst'' reveal that Nanoha gained this as a side-effect of her magical powers slowly awakening. Even though she never saw it coming, she immediately reacted and caught a speeding baseball that was headed for [[ThoseTwoGuys Alisa]]. The fact that she also did all of that with her bare hand without receiving any injuries just added to her general bewilderment on what she had just managed to do. * Haruo Niijima from ''KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' has one of these in the thanks to his alien like features. It manifests as either two arrow-tipped antennae, or a sharp lock of hair that erects and twinges on top of his head whenever there is incoming danger. Apparently, he has been known to gauge the level of threat that an opponent posed though this manner and can even function as a radar or sorts (he once was able to avert certain death after detecting the incoming missiles locked on to the boat that he and his entourage were using to infiltrate a Yami base, and then later on, discern the presence of a number of murderous elite soldiers lurking in the dense woods during a beach field trip)

* Amasawa predicts the weather via his ''hair'' in ''TheWeathermanIsMyLover''. It's nigh infallible. * Machi from ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' denies she has this, passing it off as intuition and trying to downplay it when put on the spot about her predictions. It would be much more convincing if her "intuition" was ever ''wrong.''
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* Amasawa predicts the weather via his ''hair'' in ''TheWeathermanIsMyLover''.''Manga/TheWeathermanIsMyLover''. It's nigh infallible. * ''Manga/HunterXHunter'': ** Machi from ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' denies she has this, passing it off as intuition and trying to downplay it when put on the spot about her predictions. It would be much more convincing if her "intuition" was ever ''wrong.'' ''wrong''.

* This is a default, albeit low-key ability of any worthwhile martial artist in ''LoneWolfAndCub''. Although not working as true precognition, it allows them to sense harmful intent in another person, no matter how well hidden by body language. Many times that is enough to warn of an imminent threat. Extremely skilled individuals however can thwart it by learning to mask their own Qi.
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* This is a default, albeit low-key ability of any worthwhile martial artist in ''LoneWolfAndCub''.''Manga/LoneWolfAndCub''. Although not working as true precognition, it allows them to sense harmful intent in another person, no matter how well hidden by body language. Many times that is enough to warn of an imminent threat. Extremely skilled individuals however can thwart it by learning to mask their own Qi.

* [[ActionGirl Lieutenant Alice Malvin]], of ''PumpkinScissors'', gets tingles on the back of her neck when something important is going to happen, whether good or bad. It's low-key, but it's never been wrong yet.
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* [[ActionGirl Lieutenant Alice Malvin]], of ''PumpkinScissors'', ''Anime/PumpkinScissors'', gets tingles on the back of her neck when something important is going to happen, whether good or bad. It's low-key, but it's never been wrong yet.

[[folder: Comic Books ]] * Naturally, the ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' comic books feature this all the time, and also have villains trying to find ways of stopping / evading it. Green Goblin will occasionally use a gas that deadens it, which is how he learned Peter's secret identity, while Venom's symbiote is immune to it due to the time it spent bonded with Peter, an immunity the symbiote passed on to its many offspring. Ben Reilly and Kaine are immune to it due to being clones of Peter; likewise Peter is immune to their Spider-Sense, Kaine's Spider-Sense is augmented to the point of giving him premonitions. During the "Back in Black" arc, Sandman questions the wisdom of talking out loud about your ace-in-the-hole sixth sense.
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[[folder: Comic Books ]] [[folder:Comic Books]] * Naturally, the ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' comic books feature this all the time, and also have villains trying to find ways of stopping / evading it. Green Goblin will occasionally use a gas that deadens it, which is how he learned Peter's secret identity, while Venom's symbiote is immune to it due to the time it spent bonded with Peter, an immunity the symbiote passed on to its many offspring. Ben Reilly and Kaine are immune to it due to being clones of Peter; likewise Peter is immune to their Spider-Sense, Spider-Sense. Kaine's Spider-Sense is augmented to the point of giving him premonitions. During the "Back in Black" arc, Sandman questions the wisdom of talking out loud about your ace-in-the-hole sixth sense.

* There's a mutant called Ricochet who has a similar set of powers to Spider-Man, including a "Danger Sense" which is functionally identical to the SpiderSense. He's one among several heroes who got to take up old, temporary identities Spidey used. Unlike the others, he lasted a long time, probably due to actually being an interesting character who wasn't just a carbon copy of the webslinger. * An alternate universe version of SpiderMan2099 who appears in ''Timestorm 2009-2099'' is shown to have the Spider-Sense, though the original version does not. * The ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' had to deal with Destiny, a mutant BlindSeer who can foretell the future.
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* There's a mutant called Ricochet who has a similar set of powers to Spider-Man, including a "Danger Sense" which is functionally identical to the SpiderSense.Spider-Sense. He's one among several heroes who got to take up old, temporary identities Spidey used. Unlike the others, he lasted a long time, probably due to actually being an interesting character who wasn't just a carbon copy of the webslinger. * An alternate universe version of SpiderMan2099 ComicBook/SpiderMan2099 who appears in ''Timestorm 2009-2099'' is shown to have the Spider-Sense, though the original version does not. * ''Comicbook/XMen'': ** The ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' had X-Men have to deal with Destiny, a mutant BlindSeer who can foretell the future.

** Blindfold, one of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'s students is just a younger version of Destiny. *** When Blindfold meets an undead Destiny their powers cancel each out due to the way precognitive abilities work in the Marvel universe.
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** Blindfold, one of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'s ComicBook/XMen's students is just a younger version of Destiny. *** Destiny. When Blindfold meets an undead Destiny their powers cancel each out due to the way precognitive abilities work in the Marvel universe.

* When Creator/GrantMorrison was writing the ''X-Men'', he created a {{Goth}} mutant girl who was living in Genosha and dreamed about [[spoiler:its destruction]]. If she was only smart enough to tell someone about this ''earlier'', not five seconds before the first strike...

-->'''Twitch:''' "I think something's wrong." -->'''Sam:''' "Yeah, me too. My spider-sense's tingling." * Also parodied by {{Deadpool}}. -->''Sshhh. My common sense is tingling.''
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-->'''Twitch:''' "I I think something's wrong." -->'''Sam:''' "Yeah, \\ '''Sam:''' Yeah, me too. My spider-sense's tingling." tingling. * Also parodied by {{Deadpool}}. -->''Sshhh.ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}. -->'''Deadpool:''' Sshhh. My common sense is tingling.''

* Rose Wilson aka Ravager, a former member of the ComicBook/TeenTitans and Deathstroke's daughter, has the power of minor precognition that lets her predict a person's actions a few seconds before they happen. She is able to match Cassandra Cain in hand-to-hand combat since this power helps her to counter Cassandra's ability to read a person's body language to predict movements. The new Clock King is crazy about Rose because her natural abilities can counter ''his'' near identical powers. * ''TheFlash'' villain Brother Grimm can sense the Speed Force, allowing him to anticipate and hit or block Flash no matter how fast he attacks. To bypass this, Flash has to fight him at normal speed.
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* Rose Wilson aka a.k.a. Ravager, a former member of the ComicBook/TeenTitans and Deathstroke's daughter, has the power of minor precognition that lets her predict a person's actions a few seconds before they happen. She is able to match Cassandra Cain in hand-to-hand combat since this power helps her to counter Cassandra's ability to read a person's body language to predict movements. The new Clock King is crazy about Rose because her natural abilities can counter ''his'' near identical powers. * ''TheFlash'' ''Franchise/TheFlash'' villain Brother Grimm can sense the Speed Force, allowing him to anticipate and hit or block Flash no matter how fast he attacks. To bypass this, Flash has to fight him at normal speed.

* [[TheBigGuy Urk]] of PaperinikNewAdventures developed his fighting skills to the point he can detect when he is about to be attacked and which one of his attacker will strike first.
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* [[TheBigGuy Urk]] of PaperinikNewAdventures ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'' developed his fighting skills to the point he can detect when he is about to be attacked and which one of his attacker will strike first.

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[[folder: Fan [[folder:Comic Strips]] * ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'': In one strip, Sarge can sense when Beetle is about to start slacking off, but it doesn't help him catch him doing it, because he can sense when Sarge is coming the same way. [[/folder]] [[folder:Fan Works]]

-->[[spoiler:'''Virusi:''' You thought you could hide all the way out here, huh, hermit?]] -->[[spoiler:'''The Hermit of Hekima:''' I knew you were coming. I sensed your presence hours ago. Such strong evil is very easy to detect.]]
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-->[[spoiler:'''Virusi:''' You thought you could hide all the way out here, huh, hermit?]] -->[[spoiler:'''The hermit?]]\\ [[spoiler:'''The Hermit of Hekima:''' I knew you were coming. I sensed your presence hours ago. Such strong evil is very easy to detect.]]

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* Still present in the reboot, ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan''. The spider-sense even caused Peter to react automatically (and rather... aggressively) when exposed to any danger, minor as it might be, when he [[HowDoIShotWeb didn't know how to control his powers]] -- [[PlayedForLaughs for his own shock]]. Through both ASM films a specific sound effect indicates the sensation, while ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' adds slowed down point-of-view shots from Peter. * ''Film/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' had this as a featured power of the title character, but it was modified for the television series (see below.) * In the ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode ''PumaMan'', the main character of the film "get[s] this way when [he] sense[s] danger." Tom Servo mocks him: "A Post-It note senses danger better than this guy!"
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* Still present in the reboot, ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan''. The spider-sense even caused causes Peter to react automatically (and rather... aggressively) when exposed to any danger, minor as it might be, when he [[HowDoIShotWeb didn't doesn't know how to control his powers]] -- [[PlayedForLaughs for his own shock]]. Through both ASM films a specific sound effect indicates the sensation, while ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'' adds slowed down point-of-view shots from Peter. * ''Film/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' had has this as a featured power of the title character, but it was modified for the television series (see below.) * In the ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode ''PumaMan'', ''Film/PumaMan'', the main character of the film "get[s] this way when [he] sense[s] danger." Tom Servo mocks him: "A Post-It note senses danger better than this guy!"guy!" * In the movie ''Film/{{Serenity}}'', River Tam knows someone is going to pull a gun before he actually does it, but it isn't clear whether she sensed the event via spider sense or simply [[PsychicPowers read his mind as he thought about it.

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[[folder: Literature ]][[folder:Gamebooks]] * ''Literature/LoneWolf'': ** The Sixth Sense discipline, and its Magnakai upgrade Divination, which often allow for Kai Lords to sense danger before it's too late. ** In the ''World of Lone Wolf'' spin-off, Grey Star gets his "Prophecy" spell, too, and also a "Psychomancy" spell that lets him examine objects by laying his hands on it. All of these abilities help remove forks in the road when you're at a crossroads in the books. [[/folder]] [[folder:Literature]]

* In the ''Literature/CiaphasCain'' novels, Cain always feels a strange tingling in the palms of his hands just before whatever harmless adventure he is on turns out to be pure unadulterated horror. The tingling is usually just in time to let him anticipate the first strike, but never in time for him to avoid the situation altogether. ** Cain himself believes it to be the sign that his subconscious noticed something that had just GoneHorriblyWrong long before his conscious mind can apprehend the situation. This is most plausible explanation since this ability is not dampened by Jurgen therefore it cannot be caused by the Warp.
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* In the ''Literature/CiaphasCain'' novels, Cain always feels a strange tingling in the palms of his hands just before whatever harmless adventure he is on turns out to be pure unadulterated horror. The tingling is usually just in time to let him anticipate the first strike, but never in time for him to avoid the situation altogether. ** altogether. Cain himself believes it to be the sign that his subconscious noticed something that had just GoneHorriblyWrong long before his conscious mind can apprehend the situation. This is most plausible explanation since this ability is not dampened by Jurgen Jurgen, therefore it cannot be caused by the Warp.

* Miles Teg gets this in ''Literature/HereticsOfDune'' via TraumaticSuperpowerAwakening.
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* ''Franchise/{{Dune}}'': ** Miles Teg gets this in ''Literature/HereticsOfDune'' via TraumaticSuperpowerAwakening.

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** Curiously, while this was the ''only'' superpower she possessed in the film, the titular character of Buffy did not possess this ability in the TV series. One early episode played with it and featured Giles chastising Buffy about her lack of the intuition and the fact that she instead (correctly) deduces vampires based on their outdated wardrobe. *** Although, it did carry over her premonition dreams, which was more of AStormIsComing type of thing. It featured prominently in the movie and the first season, then continued to feature, if not heavily then recurrently throughout the whole series. To name but a few examples, she mind links with Faith and has prophetic dreams while Faith is in a coma, She has a prophetic dream of the Gentlemen in ''Hush'' which actually helps her defeat them, and she sees the army of the First Evil's [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Uber Vamps]]. *** Strangely Faith did claim she'd know if there was a vampire anywhere near, so maybe Buffy just never bothered to practice it, relying instead on...fashion sense. Given how many times she's been surprised by vampires, she probably could have worked on developing her magical senses a bit more. *** Whether Buffy possessed it or not, she was not above joking about it. In the episode "I Robot, You Jane", she even called the trope by name: ---->'''Buffy''': I can just tell something's wrong - my spider sense is tingling.\\ '''Giles''': Your spider sense?\\ '''Buffy''': Pop culture reference... sorry. *** There ''are'' indications that she has some ability, including "Family" when Buffy senses the presence of invisible demons who are creeping up on her. ** Normals like Giles have also used the ability to be attuned to vampires in the area so it could just be a matter of training.
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** Curiously, while this was the ''only'' superpower she possessed in the film, the titular title character of Buffy did ''Buffy'' does not possess this ability in the TV series. One early episode played with it and featured Giles chastising Buffy about her lack of the intuition and the fact that she instead (correctly) deduces vampires based on their outdated wardrobe. *** ** Although, it did carry over her premonition dreams, which was more of AStormIsComing type of thing. It featured prominently in the movie and the first season, then continued to feature, if not heavily then recurrently throughout the whole series. To name but a few examples, she mind links with Faith and has prophetic dreams while Faith is in a coma, She has a prophetic dream of the Gentlemen in ''Hush'' which actually helps her defeat them, and she sees the army of the First Evil's [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Uber Vamps]]. *** ** Strangely Faith did claim she'd know if there was a vampire anywhere near, so maybe Buffy just never bothered to practice it, relying instead on...on... fashion sense. Given how many times she's been surprised by vampires, she probably could have worked on developing her magical senses a bit more. *** ** Whether Buffy possessed it or not, she was not above joking about it. In the episode "I Robot, You Jane", she even called the trope by name: ---->'''Buffy''': --->'''Buffy:''' I can just tell something's wrong - -- my spider sense is tingling.\\ '''Giles''': '''Giles:''' Your spider sense?\\ '''Buffy''': '''Buffy:''' Pop culture reference... sorry. *** ** There ''are'' indications that she has some ability, including "Family" when Buffy senses the presence of invisible demons who are creeping up on her. ** her. Normals like Giles have also used the ability to be attuned to vampires in the area area, so it could just be a matter of training.

* According to ''Series/DoctorWho'', all Time Lords have this as an innate power. They can sense when time has changed, and can feel the timelines changing around them. Visually demonstrated in The Waters of Mars when [[spoiler: the Doctor sees the future change after Captain Brook kills herself to restore the timeline]] that he changed after having his own creepy AGodAmI moment. The look on his face screams "My Time Lord Sense is tingling!" ** During the Creator/TomBaker era, the Doctor made a similar claim when he realized the Master's plan in "The Deadly Assassin": ---> "I can feel my hair curl. Which means either it's going to rain, or I'm onto something."
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': ** According to ''Series/DoctorWho'', the Doctor, all Time Lords have this as an innate power. They can sense when time has changed, and can feel the timelines changing around them. Visually demonstrated in The "The Waters of Mars Mars" when [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Doctor sees the future change after Captain Brook kills herself to restore the timeline]] that he changed after having his own creepy AGodAmI moment. The look on his face screams "My Time Lord Sense is tingling!" ** During the Creator/TomBaker era, the Doctor made makes a similar claim when he realized the Master's plan in "The Deadly Assassin": ---> "I --->'''The Doctor:''' I can feel my hair curl. Which means either it's going to rain, or I'm onto something."

* The Immortals in ''Series/{{Highlander}}'' could sense each other's presence, usually leading to their finding a private place to try and lop each others' heads off. ** Occasionally played with by giving unique proximity-sense visualizations or sound effects to specific immortals, hinting that perhaps with extra skill or perceptiveness, it might be possible to tell exactly who the Immortal that set it off was before seeing them. Or it could have just been for the audience's benefit. * On ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'', Pete has 'vibes', gut feelings that usually are correct, and judging by the setting it's implied that he is a latent psychic. ** While usually correct, they don't do him much good since he can't tell when the thing is going to happen. [[spoiler: All through the season finale he was getting senses that Arty was going to die, but it didn't actually happen until the end.]]
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* The Immortals in ''Series/{{Highlander}}'' could sense each other's presence, usually leading to their finding a private place to try and lop each others' heads off. ** off. Occasionally played with by giving unique proximity-sense visualizations or sound effects to specific immortals, hinting that perhaps with extra skill or perceptiveness, it might be possible to tell exactly who the Immortal that set it off was before seeing them. Or it could have just been for the audience's benefit. * On ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'', Pete has 'vibes', gut feelings that usually are correct, and judging by the setting it's implied that he is a latent psychic. ** psychic. While usually correct, they don't do him much good since he can't tell when the thing is going to happen. [[spoiler: All [[spoiler:All through the season finale he was getting senses that Arty was going to die, but it didn't actually happen until the end.]]

* ''[[Series/KamenRiderRyuki Kamen Rider Ryuki]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight]]'' had the titular character and his fellow Riders be able to sense when something had come through the mirrors to Earth from Ventara. This was displayed by the use of an odd keening noise that only those with Advent Decks or who had been in contact with a deck or abducted by the Mirror Monsters could hear.
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* ''[[Series/KamenRiderRyuki Kamen Rider Ryuki]]'' ''Series/KamenRiderRyuki'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight]]'' had ''Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight'' have the titular title character and his fellow Riders be able to sense when something had come through the mirrors to Earth from Ventara. This was displayed by the use of an odd keening noise that only those with Advent Decks or who had been in contact with a deck or abducted by the Mirror Monsters could hear.

* River Tam from ''{{Series/Firefly}}'' might possess such an ability, as in "Out Of Gas,"she predicts an explosion on Serenity several seconds before it happens. However, the show ended up being cancelled before this was explored in detail. ** In the movie, she knows someone is going to pull a gun before he actually does it, but it isn't clear whether she sensed the event via spider sense or simply [[PsychicPowers read his mind as he thought about it.]] * On ''Series/{{Mash}}'', [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname Radar]] could sense incoming choppers full of wounded before anyone else could see or hear them, anticipated other characters' (particularly Col. Blake's) requests, and often picked up the phone just before it rang.
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* River Tam from ''{{Series/Firefly}}'' ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' might possess such an ability, as in "Out Of Gas,"she of Gas" she predicts an explosion on Serenity ''Serenity'' several seconds before it happens. However, the show ended up being cancelled before this was explored in detail. ** In the movie, she knows someone is going to pull a gun before he actually does it, but it isn't clear whether she sensed the event via spider sense or simply [[PsychicPowers read his mind as he thought about it.]] * On ''Series/{{Mash}}'', ''Series/{{MASH}}'', [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname Radar]] could sense incoming choppers full of wounded before anyone else could see or hear them, anticipated other characters' (particularly Col. Blake's) requests, and often picked up the phone just before it rang.

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[[folder: Newspaper Comics]] * ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'': In one strip, Sarge can sense when Beetle is about to start slacking off, but it doesn't help him catch him doing it, because he can sense when Sarge is coming the same way. [[/folder]] [[folder: Tabletop Games ]]
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* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' 3rd edition there is a class feature called Uncanny Dodge that allows a character to keep their Dexterity bonus to Armor Class, even when caught unawares. In other words, even though they don't see where an attack is coming from they can still dodge it. ** The Foresight spell and a variety of psionic powers in various editions of D&D give characters similar abilities. * An example in the ''AmberDiceless'' system of the Warfare skill is an invisible Player Character trying to attack Benedict (the Universe's greatest warrior) from behind and still being blocked, merely because Benedict's skill told him that it was an ideal time for an invisible attacker to attack him from behind. * ''{{Rifts}}'' has the PsychicPower Sixth Sense, which warns a character that they are in danger 15 seconds before it happens. It doesn't tell the character where or what the danger is, but the advanced warning is enough to give the character some useful combat bonuses.
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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'': ** In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' 3rd edition there is a class feature called Uncanny Dodge that allows a character to keep their Dexterity bonus to Armor Class, even when caught unawares. In other words, even though they don't see where an attack is coming from they can still dodge it. ** The Foresight spell and a variety of psionic powers in various editions of D&D ''D&D'' give characters similar abilities. * An example in the ''AmberDiceless'' ''TabletopGame/AmberDiceless'' system of the Warfare skill is an invisible Player Character trying to attack Benedict (the Universe's greatest warrior) from behind and still being blocked, merely because Benedict's skill told him that it was an ideal time for an invisible attacker to attack him from behind. * ''{{Rifts}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Rifts}}'' has the PsychicPower Sixth Sense, which warns a character that they are in danger 15 seconds before it happens. It doesn't tell the character where or what the danger is, but the advanced warning is enough to give the character some useful combat bonuses.

[[folder: Video Games and Visual Novels]] * In ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', the protagonist Tohno Shiki has a sixth sense that tells him when he's about to be killed. According to one character, his danger sense is so good that it borders on precognition. Depending on the level of threat, his body may automatically react to it by moving in a way to avoid that death as much as humanly possible, whether or not he actually recognizes the danger. ** In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', the "Mind's Eye" skill does this. There are two versions, a "True" variant that includes [[AwesomenessByAnalysis rational combat planning]] and is gained by hard work and decades of fighting experience, and a "False" variant that is completely unconscious and is an in-born talent but doesn't allow for higher-order planning. Shirou has a talent in the latter (although since he's not a servant it's never said outright): It's about the only thing keeping him alive half the time. In all storylines, Saber decides to train this sixth sense of Shirou's in order to give him a better chance at surviving. [[spoiler:As Archer, he has the true version after honing that talent over the years. Which is how he is able to survive combat with powerhouses like Cu Cuchulain and King Arthur .]] * In ''ZorkGrandInquisitor'', your lantern gives you advice about danger, and your Elvish Sword [[TheLordOfTheRings glows blue]] when you're near something dangerous. -->'''Dalboz''': My lantern sense is tingling - warning me of danger. Oh, and your sword's glowing too! * In ''MetroidPrime'', the HUD has a small bar which warns the player of the presence and distance of environmental hazards (lava, poisonous gas/water, etc), as well as beeping if you get a bit too close. * Psycho Mantis, a powerful psychic/mind reader from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' and ''TheLastDaysOfFoxhound'', used his mind reading abilities to tell what his opponents were going to do next, up to and including dodging bullets.
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[[folder: Video Games and Visual Novels]] [[folder:Video Games]] * In ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', the protagonist Tohno Shiki has a sixth sense that tells him when he's about to be killed. According to one character, his danger sense is so good that it borders on precognition. Depending on the level of threat, his body may automatically react to it by moving in a way to avoid that death as much as humanly possible, whether or not he actually recognizes the danger. ** In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', the "Mind's Eye" skill does this. There are two versions, a "True" variant that includes [[AwesomenessByAnalysis rational combat planning]] and is gained by hard work and decades of fighting experience, and a "False" variant that is completely unconscious and is an in-born talent but doesn't allow for higher-order planning. Shirou has a talent in the latter (although since he's not a servant it's never said outright): It's about the only thing keeping him alive half the time. In all storylines, Saber decides to train this sixth sense of Shirou's in order to give him a better chance at surviving. [[spoiler:As Archer, he has the true version after honing that talent over the years. Which is how he is able to survive combat with powerhouses like Cu Cuchulain and King Arthur .]] * In ''ZorkGrandInquisitor'', ''VideoGame/ZorkGrandInquisitor'', your lantern gives you advice about danger, and your Elvish Sword [[TheLordOfTheRings glows blue]] when you're near something dangerous. -->'''Dalboz''': -->'''Dalboz:''' My lantern sense is tingling - -- warning me of danger. Oh, and your sword's glowing too! * In ''MetroidPrime'', ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', the HUD has a small bar which warns the player of the presence and distance of environmental hazards (lava, poisonous gas/water, etc), as well as beeping if you get a bit too close. * Psycho Mantis, a powerful psychic/mind reader from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' and ''TheLastDaysOfFoxhound'', used ''Webcomic/TheLastDaysOfFoxhound'', uses his mind reading abilities to tell what his opponents were are going to do next, up to and including dodging bullets.

* The Grey Wardens in ''Franchise/DragonAge'', due to the Taint in their blood, have the ability to sense the presence of nearby Darkspawn. Unfortunately, it goes both ways. One of the stock lines for a Human Noble with the Experienced personality? "Warden senses tingling!"
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* ''Franchise/DragonAge'': ** The Grey Wardens in ''Franchise/DragonAge'', Wardens, due to the Taint in their blood, have the ability to sense the presence of nearby Darkspawn. Unfortunately, it goes both ways. One of the stock lines for a Human Noble with the Experienced personality? "Warden senses tingling!"

* In ''[[FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword]]'', the siblings Nils and Ninian can sense danger. i.e., the introduction of the ballista in Lyn's Story has Ninian warning Lyndis when she's about to get shot point-blank by an enemy archer using one of these.
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* In ''[[FireEmblemElibe ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword]]'', the siblings Nils and Ninian can sense danger. i.e., the introduction of the ballista in Lyn's Story has Ninian warning Lyndis when she's about to get shot point-blank by an enemy archer using one of these.

* ''VisualNovel/{{Demonbane}}'': Kuro often gets "chills" whenever something really dangerous is about to happen. This often occurs when his opponent appears wide-open but is in fact about to unleash a particularly devastating attack, confusing his allies about why he's suddenly retreating until he dodges the OneHitKill by a hair. It's implied to be part of his ill-defined intuition for sorcery. * In the ''Manga/FushigiYuugi'' DatingSim ''Suzaku Ibun'', Miaka's {{expy}} Madoka Ohtori gains this ability when she lands in Konan to become the Suzaku no Miko.

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[[folder: Web [[folder:Visual Novels]] * In ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', the protagonist Tohno Shiki has a sixth sense that tells him when he's about to be killed. According to one character, his danger sense is so good that it borders on precognition. Depending on the level of threat, his body may automatically react to it by moving in a way to avoid that death as much as humanly possible, whether or not he actually recognizes the danger. * In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', the "Mind's Eye" skill does this. There are two versions, a "True" variant that includes [[AwesomenessByAnalysis rational combat planning]] and is gained by hard work and decades of fighting experience, and a "False" variant that is completely unconscious and is an in-born talent but doesn't allow for higher-order planning. Shirou has a talent in the latter (although since he's not a servant it's never said outright): It's about the only thing keeping him alive half the time. In all storylines, Saber decides to train this sixth sense of Shirou's in order to give him a better chance at surviving. [[spoiler:As Archer, he has the true version after honing that talent over the years. Which is how he is able to survive combat with powerhouses like Cu Cuchulain and King Arthur.]] * ''VisualNovel/{{Demonbane}}'': Kuro often gets "chills" whenever something really dangerous is about to happen. This often occurs when his opponent appears wide-open but is in fact about to unleash a particularly devastating attack, confusing his allies about why he's suddenly retreating until he dodges the OneHitKill by a hair. It's implied to be part of his ill-defined intuition for sorcery. * In the ''Manga/FushigiYuugi'' DatingSim ''Suzaku Ibun'', Miaka's {{expy}} Madoka Ohtori gains this ability when she lands in Konan to become the Suzaku no Miko. [[/folder]] [[folder:Web Comics]]

* Played with and parodied in ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'' - Spinny's "spider sense" tends to produce flashes of the obvious. Room-mate Sahira states on several occasions that she doesn't believe in it at all. * ''Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'' ** A shout out to this trope with [[http://www.missmab.com/Comics/Vol_222.php Mab sensing when Merliz is in danger]].
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* Played with and parodied in ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'' - -- Spinny's "spider sense" tends to produce flashes of the obvious. Room-mate Roommate Sahira states on several occasions that she doesn't believe in it at all. * ''Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'' ''Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'': ** A shout out shout-out to this trope with [[http://www.missmab.com/Comics/Vol_222.php Mab sensing when Merliz is in danger]].

* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', Lars is able to sense if a town is dangerous. When the troupe visited [[TownWithADarkSecret Sturmhalten]], he is visibly trembling with fear since has ''never'' sensed a town this dangerous in the past.
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* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', Lars is able to sense if a town is dangerous. When the troupe visited visits [[TownWithADarkSecret Sturmhalten]], he is visibly trembling with fear since has ''never'' sensed a town this dangerous in the past.

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** There's a mutant power category called 'Exemplar'. People with sufficiently high levels of this often have a danger sense, along with direction sense and eidetic memories. Yeah, this one comes with a lot of bonus features. Stormwolf is a good example. [[MarySue Chaka]], who can manipulate Ki, can use her Ki to tell when someone is focusing on her or where someone's attack will go.
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** There's a mutant power category called 'Exemplar'."Exemplar". People with sufficiently high levels of this often have a danger sense, along with direction sense and eidetic memories. Yeah, this one comes with a lot of bonus features. Stormwolf is a good example. [[MarySue Chaka]], who can manipulate Ki, can use her Ki to tell when someone is focusing on her or where someone's attack will go.

[[folder: Western Animation ]] * ''WesternAnimation/SpiderMan1967'' had his "spider senses tingling" accompanied (in the first episode) by animated red wavy lines around his head, but for the rest of the series, ol' Webhead just just mentioned it when it happened. ** The 80's version and its sister series ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends'' would have Spidey's eyes glow when his spider sense was set off. ** ''WesternAnimation/{{Spider-Man The Animated Series}}'' had the air around his head suddenly flash his suit pattern, plus the screen went photo-negative. *** Sometimes, even though he knew something painful was about to happen to him, he couldn't do anything about it because there were a few instances in which his Spider-Sense went off so strongly it ''caused him pain and slowed down his reaction time''. ** Spider-Sense in ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' is accompanied by smoky, wavy lines surrounding Peter's head just like in the original comics. *** Occasionally, especially while at school, the lines are omitted and the only clue to the spider-sense going off is a sudden look of surprise on Peter's face and sometimes followed by a nonchalant dodge of whatever random object Flash just threw at him.
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[[folder: Western Animation ]] [[folder:Western Animation]] * ''WesternAnimation/SpiderMan1967'' had ''Franchise/SpiderMan'': ** In the 1967 ''[[WesternAnimation/SpiderMan1967 Spider-Man]]'', Spidey has his "spider senses tingling" accompanied (in the first episode) by animated red wavy lines around his head, but for the rest of the series, ol' Webhead just just mentioned mentions it when it happened. happens. ** The 80's version and its sister series ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends'' would have Spidey's eyes glow when his spider sense was is set off. ** ''WesternAnimation/{{Spider-Man The Animated Series}}'' had ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' has the air around his head suddenly flash his suit pattern, plus the screen went photo-negative. *** photo-negative. Sometimes, even though he knew knows something painful was is about to happen to him, he couldn't can't do anything about it because there were are a few instances in which his Spider-Sense went goes off so strongly it ''caused ''causes him pain and slowed slows down his reaction time''. ** Spider-Sense in ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' is accompanied by smoky, wavy lines surrounding Peter's head just like in the original comics. *** comics. Occasionally, especially while at school, the lines are omitted and the only clue to the spider-sense going off is a sudden look of surprise on Peter's face and sometimes followed by a nonchalant dodge of whatever random object Flash just threw at him.

-->'''Wanda''': Oh no, my... [[BuffySpeak Cosmo's-going-to-make-Timmy-dead.... senses]] are tingling.
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-->'''Wanda''': -->'''Wanda:''' Oh no, my... [[BuffySpeak Cosmo's-going-to-make-Timmy-dead.... senses]] are tingling.

* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' used this as a joke:
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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' used uses this as a joke:

* Pinkie Pie's appropriately named Pinkie Sense from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Random reactions in her body let her know when something's about to happen, such as her tail twitching when something's about to fall. ** In the second season [[spoiler: she uses it for actual super-heroics, saving ponies from a collapsing building while using her sense to avoid the falling rubble.]] * ''WesternAnimation/SheZow''. The title character has this but calls it [=SheSP=], which like the trope namer allows her to dodge danger when it comes to her but also change the wearer of the ring into [=SheZow=], it's also the only power the wearer retains when not [=SheZow=].
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* Pinkie Pie's appropriately named Pinkie Sense from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Random reactions in her body let her know when something's about to happen, such as her tail twitching when something's about to fall. ** fall. In the second season [[spoiler: she [[spoiler:she uses it for actual super-heroics, saving ponies from a collapsing building while using her sense to avoid the falling rubble.]] * ''WesternAnimation/SheZow''. The title character has this but calls it [=SheSP=], which like the trope namer allows her to dodge danger when it comes to her but also change the wearer of the ring into [=SheZow=], it's [=SheZow=]. It's also the only power the wearer retains when not [=SheZow=].

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* In ''[[FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword]]'', Nils and Ninian can sense danger.
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* In ''[[FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword]]'', the siblings Nils and Ninian can sense danger.danger. i.e., the introduction of the ballista in Lyn's Story has Ninian warning Lyndis when she's about to get shot point-blank by an enemy archer using one of these.

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* In ''[[FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword]]'', Nils and Ninian can sense danger.the ''Manga/FushigiYuugi'' DatingSim ''Suzaku Ibun'', Miaka's {{expy}} Madoka Ohtori gains this ability when she lands in Konan to become the Suzaku no Miko.
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