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5th Mar '16 10:34:47 AM Cakeman
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* ComicBook/{{Cyborg}} from ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''.

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%% * ComicBook/{{Cyborg}} from ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''.
5th Mar '16 10:32:58 AM Cakeman
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* Captain Hook in ''Anime/PeterPanNoBouken''.

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* %%* Captain Hook in ''Anime/PeterPanNoBouken''.
5th Mar '16 3:41:59 AM Sabrewing
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* Depending on whether you want to play ''Gyromite'' or ''Stack-Up'' with it, the VideoGame/RoboticOperatingBuddy will either have hands made of claws to hold gyros, or foam grips to hold blocks.
16th Nov '15 6:28:59 PM zarpaulus
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* In the 1999 film ''Film/{{Inspector Gadget}}'', Dr Claw is presented a few interchangeable alternatives by his MadScientist, Kramer. Options include an Opera hand, a Sushi hand and a Medieval Fair hand (which is just a mace ball attachment).



* In the 1999 film ''Film/{{Inspector Gadget}}'', Dr Claw is presented a few interchangeable alternatives by his MadScientist, Kramer. Options include an Opera hand, a Sushi hand and a Medieval Fair hand (which is just a mace ball attachment).

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* In the 1999 film ''Film/{{Inspector Gadget}}'', Dr Claw is presented a few interchangeable alternatives by his MadScientist, Kramer. Options include an Opera hand, a Sushi hand and a Medieval Fair hand (which is just a mace ball attachment).


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* In ''TabletopGame/HcSvntDracones'' the half-mechanical, half-synthetic biological Cogsune have modular arms, legs, and tails that they can swap out on the fly. And the "standard" limbs can transform into the more specialized ones, many of which have reality warping abilities. i.e. the "basic" tail acts as a BagOfHolding.
15th Nov '15 1:58:35 PM nombretomado
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* In Robert Rodriguez' ''Film/PlanetTerror'', RoseMcGowan's character, a go-go dancer named Cherry Darling, loses a leg early in the movie and has it replaced by a peg, and later, a [[SwissArmyWeapon machine gun/grenade launcher]]. That's right, it's a gun leg. RuleOfCool keeps it from exploding from all the dirt that would get packed into the barrel.

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* In Robert Rodriguez' ''Film/PlanetTerror'', RoseMcGowan's Creator/RoseMcGowan's character, a go-go dancer named Cherry Darling, loses a leg early in the movie and has it replaced by a peg, and later, a [[SwissArmyWeapon machine gun/grenade launcher]]. That's right, it's a gun leg. RuleOfCool keeps it from exploding from all the dirt that would get packed into the barrel.
7th Nov '15 9:13:21 PM sagemage101
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* In the 1999 film ''Film/{{Inspector Gadget}}'', Dr Claw is presented a few interchangeable alternatives by his MadScientist, Kramer. Options include an Opera hand, a Sushi hand and a Medieval Fair hand (which is just a mace ball attachment).
17th Sep '15 9:43:29 AM StFan
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* Comicbook/{{Catwoman}} once fought a foe called Wooden Nickel whose 'power' (using the term incredibly loosely) was that he possessed a wooden arm with multiple functions.

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* Comicbook/{{Catwoman}} ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} once fought fights a foe called Wooden Nickel whose 'power' "power" (using the term incredibly loosely) was is that he possessed possesses a wooden arm with multiple functions.



* The {{Marvel}} UK character DeathsHead and his successor DeathsHeadII both do this.
** The original DeathsHead has several different weapons that he can swap his right hand with, including a mace, an axe, a blaster, and several different types of missiles.
** DeathsHeadII has a liquid metal right forearm with (at least) four different configurations: hand, cannon, blade weapon, and "siphon" (which is used to absorb information, knowledge, and skills from others, organics or machines alike).

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* The {{Marvel}} UK character DeathsHead ComicBook/DeathsHead and his successor DeathsHeadII Death's Head II both do this.
** The original DeathsHead Death's Head has several different weapons that he can swap his right hand with, including a mace, an axe, a blaster, and several different types of missiles.
** DeathsHeadII Death's Head II has a liquid metal right forearm with (at least) four different configurations: hand, cannon, blade weapon, and "siphon" (which is used to absorb information, knowledge, and skills from others, organics or machines alike).
7th Sep '15 9:15:46 PM nombretomado
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* Aaron Stack, AKA The Machine Man, of MarvelComics; originally a serious superhero, currently a member of adrenaline-soaked parody team NextWave. All of his limbs are this--heck, he's like a more competent Inspector Gadget crossed with Bender from Futurama.

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* Aaron Stack, AKA The Machine Man, of MarvelComics; originally a serious superhero, currently a member of adrenaline-soaked parody team NextWave.{{ComicBook/Nextwave}}. All of his limbs are this--heck, he's like a more competent Inspector Gadget crossed with Bender from Futurama.
1st Aug '15 6:36:01 PM nombretomado
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* Gundam [=GP03=] Dendrobium Stamen from ''{{Gundam 0083}}'' has arms which open up into long, thin grasper arms. These are not used for hand-to-hand combat, but rather to grab various armaments out of the gigantic Dendrobium Orchis mobile armor that it rides around in.

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* Gundam [=GP03=] Dendrobium Stamen from ''{{Gundam 0083}}'' ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory'' has arms which open up into long, thin grasper arms. These are not used for hand-to-hand combat, but rather to grab various armaments out of the gigantic Dendrobium Orchis mobile armor that it rides around in.
23rd Jul '15 5:56:45 PM nombretomado
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** In ''MegaManLegends'', Volnutt's right arm is a very literal interpretation of this. While he has his ArmCannon on his left arm, he also has a veritable assortment of special weapons that he can equip and swap out onto his right arm, ranging from drills, to machine guns, to shields, to homing missiles, to grenades, to swords...

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** In ''MegaManLegends'', ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'', Volnutt's right arm is a very literal interpretation of this. While he has his ArmCannon on his left arm, he also has a veritable assortment of special weapons that he can equip and swap out onto his right arm, ranging from drills, to machine guns, to shields, to homing missiles, to grenades, to swords...
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