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12:19:03 PM Jun 30th 2017
"Iron Man's suit has a specialized armor made for tunneling that has its forearms transform into drills. Considering that Tony managed to dispatch a bunch of Mecha-Mooks with them they are also pretty effective weapons."

When did he use that one? All i know is the giant Argonaut suit (which used repulsors instead of a drill) and the animated series one (which if that's it, then this really shouldn't be under comics)
12:26:54 PM Jun 30th 2017
Googling says the original suit had a drill and the second suit both had hand drills.

I'd say that it's a general example since there's Animated, Film, and toy-exclusive armors that all have drill hands, but the fact they're citing a specific example makes me figure he's either referring to a specific one or the animated series.
03:43:19 AM May 31st 2012
Didn't this page used to have a TTGL image on it (the obvious choice)?

Is there some sort of bizarre initiative to change all the images on the site to more obscure ones lately? I've noticed quite a lot of images have been subbed out in favour of less reputed* alternatives.

(* = Often sub-par dreck.)
04:55:39 AM May 31st 2012
Is the image you're thinking of this one? It was changed in Nov. 2010. Personally, I think the current image illustrates the trope better.

No, there isn't; the only initiative there is is to make all the images better and clearer. If that means changing them to more obscure stuff, fair enough.
01:24:12 PM Oct 25th 2011
edited by JProllz
But you don't screw screws with drills...
02:40:10 PM Jan 6th 2012
I want to see a drill attached to the sonic screwdriver now... just to prove you wrong.
08:39:04 PM Aug 7th 2010
Anyone have a larger version of the page image?
01:27:51 PM Mar 31st 2010
Do chicks also dig petite lolis with drills and hammers? :D
04:53:12 AM Apr 4th 2010
Hayate certainly does.
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