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26th Dec '15 6:39:16 PM nombretomado
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** In one SilverAge comic book story ("The Joker's Utility Belt!", featured in ''Batman'' #73), TheJoker devised [[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_HGHxpUhDKRs/SY2lDyeT5lI/AAAAAAAACSQ/U15pB-zy2CM/s400/jokers+utility+belt.jpg his own utility belt to counter Batman's]]. It failed when Batman (stripped of his own utility belt) swiped items from the Joker's belt to [[HoistByHisOwnPetard use against him]].

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** In one SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] comic book story ("The Joker's Utility Belt!", featured in ''Batman'' #73), TheJoker devised [[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_HGHxpUhDKRs/SY2lDyeT5lI/AAAAAAAACSQ/U15pB-zy2CM/s400/jokers+utility+belt.jpg his own utility belt to counter Batman's]]. It failed when Batman (stripped of his own utility belt) swiped items from the Joker's belt to [[HoistByHisOwnPetard use against him]].
14th Nov '15 4:03:32 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with RobLiefeld's pouches, which are '''[[UselessAccessory NEVER USED]]'''.

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Not to be confused with RobLiefeld's Creator/RobLiefeld's pouches, which are '''[[UselessAccessory NEVER USED]]'''.
2nd Nov '15 10:06:51 AM WillBGood
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* [[http://www.caferace.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=C&Product_Code=RBW2LH&Category_Code=B Band-O-Gear]]. You know you want one.

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* %%* [[http://www.caferace.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=C&Product_Code=RBW2LH&Category_Code=B Band-O-Gear]]. You know you want one.
31st Oct '15 8:48:22 PM nombretomado
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* In ''QuantumAndWoody'', Quantum has a fully-laden utility belt.

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* In ''QuantumAndWoody'', ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody'', Quantum has a fully-laden utility belt.
9th Sep '15 4:48:14 PM nombretomado
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** The original [[{{Batwoman}} Kathy Kane]] had a utility ''[[TheChick purse]]''.
** {{Nightwing}} shakes things up a bit by keeping his stuff in wristband/gauntlets and boot tops from time to time, since his costume does not always include a belt.

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** The original [[{{Batwoman}} [[ComicBook/{{Batwoman}} Kathy Kane]] had a utility ''[[TheChick purse]]''.
** {{Nightwing}} ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} shakes things up a bit by keeping his stuff in wristband/gauntlets and boot tops from time to time, since his costume does not always include a belt.
9th Sep '15 1:32:50 PM StFan
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* Heward's Handy Haversack, in ''TabletopGame/AdvancedDUngeonsAndDragons'', would normally be just a BagOfHolding . However, whatever you want at the moment is exactly on top, and it consists of multiple pouches as well as the main bag. This means it tends to get used as a Utility belt instead of a looting sack, and pre-loaded with all those things that might be useful, but are just too bulky or heavy to carry around, such as an iron bar, portable ram, etc/

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[[folder:TabletopGames]]
[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* Heward's Handy Haversack, in ''TabletopGame/AdvancedDUngeonsAndDragons'', ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', would normally be just a BagOfHolding . However, whatever you want at the moment is exactly on top, and it consists of multiple pouches as well as the main bag. This means it tends to get used as a Utility belt instead of a looting sack, and pre-loaded with all those things that might be useful, but are just too bulky or heavy to carry around, such as an iron bar, portable ram, etc/etc.



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30th Aug '15 9:52:04 PM foxley
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* Top Cow Productions comic book series ''Freshmen''. The character Norrin has no abilities except for a fairly useless utility belt.

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* Top Cow Productions comic book series ''Freshmen''.''ComicBook/{{Freshmen}}''. The character Norrin has no abilities except for a fairly useless utility belt.



* Paladin has one in ''HaveGunWillTravel''. Not the superhero style, but his belt carries bullets, and he keeps a derringer behind the belt buckle.

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* Paladin has one in ''HaveGunWillTravel''.''Series/HaveGunWillTravel''. Not the superhero style, but his belt carries bullets, and he keeps a derringer behind the belt buckle.



* Heward's Handy Haversack, in AD&D, would normally be just a BagOfHolding . However, whatever you want at the moment is exactly on top, and it consists of multiple pouches as well as the main bag. This means it tends to get used as a Utility belt instead of a looting sack, and pre-loaded with all those things that might be useful, but are just too bulky or heavy to carry around, such as an iron bar, portable ram, etc/

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* Heward's Handy Haversack, in AD&D, ''TabletopGame/AdvancedDUngeonsAndDragons'', would normally be just a BagOfHolding . However, whatever you want at the moment is exactly on top, and it consists of multiple pouches as well as the main bag. This means it tends to get used as a Utility belt instead of a looting sack, and pre-loaded with all those things that might be useful, but are just too bulky or heavy to carry around, such as an iron bar, portable ram, etc/



* Literature/JusticeSquad: The Franchise/{{Batman}} {{Expy}}, Nightflyer, wears one.
* Literature/NewYorkMagician has Wibert's bandolier. Interestingly enough, it only has a few, precisely defined, very useful items in it. Strangely, Michel can apparently get away with openly wearing a bandolier in a major city in the 21st centur-oh, right, [[ApatheticCitizens it's New York]].

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* Literature/JusticeSquad: ''Literature/JusticeSquad'': The Franchise/{{Batman}} {{Expy}}, Nightflyer, wears one.
* Literature/NewYorkMagician ''Literature/NewYorkMagician'' has Wibert's bandolier. Interestingly enough, it only has a few, precisely defined, very useful items in it. Strangely, Michel can apparently get away with openly wearing a bandolier in a major city in the 21st centur-oh, right, [[ApatheticCitizens it's New York]].



* In ''DynomuttDogWonder'', his master the Blue Falcon had a variety of tools in his utility belt.

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* In ''DynomuttDogWonder'', ''WesternAnimation/DynomuttDogWonder'', his master the Blue Falcon had a variety of tools in his utility belt.



* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode ''The Homer They Fall'', Bart obtains a "Tactical Pants Retaining System" which contains compass, matches, whistle, saw, panic button, squirrel snare, radon/lie detector, sphygmomanometer and cute turn signals. To Bart's detriment the "Panic" button only consists of a recording which simply repeats the word help and shoots off a rocket with "Call Police".
* In ''Team Umizoomi'' Geo has a shape belt that only carries [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin you know what]], but with his powers he can still make whatever a utility belt carries with the shapes he has.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode ''The "The Homer They Fall'', Fall", Bart obtains a "Tactical Pants Retaining System" which contains compass, matches, whistle, saw, panic button, squirrel snare, radon/lie detector, sphygmomanometer and cute turn signals. To Bart's detriment the "Panic" button only consists of a recording which simply repeats the word help and shoots off a rocket with "Call Police".
* In ''Team Umizoomi'' ''WesternAnimation/TeamUmizoomi'' Geo has a shape belt that only carries [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin you know what]], but with his powers he can still make whatever a utility belt carries with the shapes he has.
15th Aug '15 9:44:33 AM TVRulezAgain
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'''Batman:''' The true crimefighter always carries [[CrazyPrepared everything he needs]] in his utility belt, Robin.

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'''Batman:''' The true crimefighter always carries [[CrazyPrepared everything he needs]] needs in his utility belt, Robin.



* Literature/JusticeSquad: The {{Batman}} {{Expy}}, Nightflyer, wears one.

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* Literature/JusticeSquad: The {{Batman}} Franchise/{{Batman}} {{Expy}}, Nightflyer, wears one.
2nd May '15 4:24:58 AM SeptimusHeap
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* NewYorkMagician has Wibert's bandolier. Interestingly enough, it only has a few, precisely defined, very useful items in it. Strangely, Michel can apparently get away with openly wearing a bandolier in a major city in the 21st centur-oh, right, [[ApatheticCitizens it's New York]].

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* NewYorkMagician Literature/NewYorkMagician has Wibert's bandolier. Interestingly enough, it only has a few, precisely defined, very useful items in it. Strangely, Michel can apparently get away with openly wearing a bandolier in a major city in the 21st centur-oh, right, [[ApatheticCitizens it's New York]].
7th Apr '15 6:04:37 PM nombretomado
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* DocSavage has a utility vest. May be the TropeCodifier, if not the UrExample.

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* DocSavage Franchise/DocSavage has a utility vest. May be the TropeCodifier, if not the UrExample.
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