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17th Jan '17 2:32:57 PM Dvandemon
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* Marsha Holloway in Film/ZoomAcademyForSuperheroes is eventually revealed to have this power. It's [[SuperCuteSuperpowers glittery with a rainbow effect]].
17th Jan '17 2:22:34 PM Dvandemon
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* Max and Phoebe of Series/TheThundermans can alternate between freeze breath and heat breath (usually to thaw whoever they froze).
17th Jan '17 8:25:27 AM rafi
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* Naturally this apply to all the Kryptonian in the Dc universe.

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* Naturally this apply is one of power to all the Kryptonian Kryptonian, powered by sun, in the Dc universe.
17th Jan '17 8:24:49 AM rafi
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* Franchise/{{Superman}}:
** Superman has not only super breath in the usual sense, but also the ability to survive indefinitely underwater or in space, and exhale blasts of ultra-cold air.
** In ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'', Superman blasts Protector with a blow of super-heated air when they fight in the Fortress.
** In ''Comicbook/WarWorld'' Superman deflects a cluster of Kryptonite-tipped missiles with a tight-focus blast of his hurricane breath.
* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}:
** Linda Danvers/Kara Zor-El -the titular heroine- has super breath: she can blow gale-force hurricane winds out of her mouth. Often she combines this with freezing breath. In the Silver Age her control was so precise that it was practically a form of telekinesis.
** In ''Comicbook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton'', Linda blows the dust off her bedroom... literally.
--->'''Linda:''' Super-Breath is handy, too, to dust out my room in one big blow!
** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1972}} Supergirl Vol 1]]'' #4 Kara uses her freezing breath to put out a burning meteorite; and in the seventh issue, Linda soaks two super-strong cavemen and then petrifies them in ice with a blast of super-cold breath.
** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} Supergirl Vol 2]]'' #23, Linda uses her hurricane breath to push bystanders away the battlefield.
** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Supergirl Vol 5]]'' #34, Kara fights a flame-spewing griffon. When it belches out flames on her, Kara retaliates with her freezing breath.
** In ''Comicbook/SupergirlRebirth'', Kara uses her super-icy breath to freeze the fist of a train hijacker.

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* Franchise/{{Superman}}:
Naturally this apply to all the Kryptonian in the Dc universe.
** Franchise/{{Superman}} can create hurricane force winds by blowing, and also chill his breath to freeze a target. He can also breathe in large amounts of air to dispel clouds of gas by exhaling it.
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Superman has not only super breath in the usual sense, but also the ability to survive indefinitely underwater or in space, and exhale blasts of ultra-cold air.
space.
** In ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'', Superman blasts Protector with a blow of super-heated air when they fight in the Fortress.
** In ''Comicbook/WarWorld'' Superman deflects a cluster of Kryptonite-tipped missiles with a tight-focus blast of his
Franchise/{{Supergirl}}: Kara is able to create hurricane breath.
* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}:
** Linda Danvers/Kara Zor-El -the titular heroine- has super breath: she can blow gale-force hurricane
force winds out of by exhaling air from her mouth. Often she combines this with freezing breath. In lungs. She can chill the Silver Age air as it leaves her control was so precise that it was practically a form of telekinesis.
** In ''Comicbook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton'', Linda blows the dust off her bedroom... literally.
--->'''Linda:''' Super-Breath is handy, too, to dust out my room in one big blow!
** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1972}} Supergirl Vol 1]]'' #4 Kara uses her freezing breath to put out a burning meteorite; and in the seventh issue, Linda soaks two super-strong cavemen and then petrifies them in ice with a blast of super-cold breath.
** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} Supergirl Vol 2]]'' #23, Linda uses her hurricane breath to push bystanders away the battlefield.
** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Supergirl Vol 5]]'' #34, Kara fights a flame-spewing griffon. When it belches out flames on her, Kara retaliates with her freezing breath.
** In ''Comicbook/SupergirlRebirth'', Kara uses her super-icy breath
lungs to freeze targets. She can also reverse the fist process to pull large volumes of a train hijacker.air or vapor into her lungs.
31st Dec '16 2:28:56 AM Tron80
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** In ''Comicbook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton'', Linda blows the dust off her bedroom... literally.
--->'''Linda:''' Super-Breath is handy, too, to dust out my room in one big blow!
15th Dec '16 1:44:08 AM Tron80
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** In ''Comicbook/WarWorld'' Superman deflects a cluster of Kryptonite-tipped missiles with a tight-focus blast of his hurricane breath.
17th Nov '16 3:31:15 AM Tron80
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** Linda Danvers/Kara Zor-El -the titular heroine has super breath: she can blow gale-force hurricane winds out of her mouth. Often she combines this with freezing breath. In the Silver Age Her control was so precise that it was practically a form of telekinesis.

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** Linda Danvers/Kara Zor-El -the titular heroine heroine- has super breath: she can blow gale-force hurricane winds out of her mouth. Often she combines this with freezing breath. In the Silver Age Her her control was so precise that it was practically a form of telekinesis.
17th Nov '16 3:28:57 AM Tron80
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* ComicBook/{{Superman}} has not only super breath in the usual sense, but also the ability to survive indefinitely underwater or in space, and exhale blasts of ultra-cold air.

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* ComicBook/{{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}}:
** Superman
has not only super breath in the usual sense, but also the ability to survive indefinitely underwater or in space, and exhale blasts of ultra-cold air.air.
** In ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'', Superman blasts Protector with a blow of super-heated air when they fight in the Fortress.
* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}:
** Linda Danvers/Kara Zor-El -the titular heroine has super breath: she can blow gale-force hurricane winds out of her mouth. Often she combines this with freezing breath. In the Silver Age Her control was so precise that it was practically a form of telekinesis.
** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1972}} Supergirl Vol 1]]'' #4 Kara uses her freezing breath to put out a burning meteorite; and in the seventh issue, Linda soaks two super-strong cavemen and then petrifies them in ice with a blast of super-cold breath.
** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} Supergirl Vol 2]]'' #23, Linda uses her hurricane breath to push bystanders away the battlefield.
** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Supergirl Vol 5]]'' #34, Kara fights a flame-spewing griffon. When it belches out flames on her, Kara retaliates with her freezing breath.
** In ''Comicbook/SupergirlRebirth'', Kara uses her super-icy breath to freeze the fist of a train hijacker.
29th Oct '16 7:22:49 AM DienShihGeng
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** Heracles, one of [[spoiler: the Eight Kings uses this in both directions: he inhales once a year to take in as much air as there is water in the Atlantic Ocean, and a single exhalation was powerful enough to CurbStompBattle Toriko.]]

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** Heracles, one of [[spoiler: the Eight Kings uses this in both directions: he she inhales once a year to take in as much air as there is water in the Atlantic Ocean, and a single exhalation was not only powerful enough to CurbStompBattle Toriko.Toriko, but also able to penetrate the Earth's crust with ease.]]
17th Oct '16 12:29:11 PM MarqFJA
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Theoretically, this would come hand in hand with SuperStrength, since the strength of your breath relates to the strength of your diaphragm, which is a muscle.

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Theoretically, this would come hand in hand with SuperStrength, since 1) the strength of your breath relates to the strength of your diaphragm, which diaphragm (which is a muscle.
muscle), and 2) the amount of air that is breathed out is often so immense in comparison to the breather's proportions (evident by how long such super-breathing tends to last) that it would have to be under absurdly high pressure to be contained within the lungs (which, consequentially, necessiates similarly high muscular power on part of the diaphragm to push out).
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