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* Amy Rose in ''Anime/SonicX'' has hammerspace for her Pico Pico hammer.
** She procures it visibly after [[spoiler:Sonic fails to return to Mobius with her]]. After launching a Hammer into the side of Eggman's airship's hull (he woke her up with a loudspeaker), he points out that she is unarmed. Close-up shot to the hand beside her thigh, and another Hammer appears in a puff of smoke. This happens six or seven more times, as each Hammer is launched into the airship's hull. Maybe she has [[Manga/DragonBall Capsule Corp]] technology?

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* Amy Rose in ''Anime/SonicX'' has hammerspace for her Pico Pico hammer.
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hammer. She procures it visibly after [[spoiler:Sonic fails to return to Mobius their world with her]]. After launching a Hammer into the side of Eggman's airship's hull (he woke her up with a loudspeaker), he points out that she is unarmed. Close-up shot to the hand beside her thigh, and another Hammer appears in a puff of smoke. This happens six or seven more times, as each Hammer is launched into the airship's hull. Maybe she has [[Manga/DragonBall Capsule Corp]] technology?

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** Its likely that the iron ball is actually the ships anchor.


** [[{{Fanon}} Generally considered]] to be where [[{{Tsundere}} Akane Tendō]] draws her HyperspaceMallet.
** Mousse's fighting style revolves around this trope -- he secretes impossibly large amounts of junk about his person and then whips various bits and pieces out to use as weapons as he needs it. This is played up in the anime, where Mousse has pulled out such weapons as: eight katanas (wielded 4 in either hand) at once in the first NonSerialMovie, giant tops with razor-bladed edges, and a massive bomb bigger than he was ([[LampshadeHanging promptly lampshaded]] by Ranma, who pointed out there was no way Mousse could possibly have been hiding something that big). His favorite appears to be a swan-shaped training potty with which he smacks his opponents in the face. Mousse even manages to hide weapons ''as a duck'', producing them from under his wings instead of his sleeves. He's quite insistent during his introduction arc that there's nothing magical about his skill, though.

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** [[{{Fanon}} Generally considered]] to be where [[{{Tsundere}} Akane Tendō]] draws her HyperspaceMallet.
** Mousse's fighting style revolves around this trope -- he secretes impossibly large amounts of junk about his person and then whips various bits and pieces out to use as weapons as he needs it. This is played up in the anime, where Mousse has pulled out such weapons as: eight katanas (wielded 4 in either hand) at once in the first NonSerialMovie, giant tops with razor-bladed edges, and a massive bomb bigger than he was ([[LampshadeHanging promptly lampshaded]] by Ranma, who pointed out there was no way Mousse could possibly have been hiding something that big). His favorite appears to be a swan-shaped training potty with which he smacks his opponents in the face. Mousse even manages to hide weapons ''as a duck'', producing them from under his wings instead of his sleeves. He's quite insistent during his introduction arc that [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower there's nothing magical about his skill, skill]], though.


* The pirate costumes from one episode of the ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}'' anime appear to come from hammerspace.

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* The pirate costumes from one episode of the ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}'' ''Anime/{{Tamagotchi}}'' anime appear to come from hammerspace.

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**Usually used by many of the characters against each other in lieu of kicking the character out of scene.
**Cherry tends to appear through similar arbitrarily abrupt means usually accompanied by an explosion.

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* ''Manga/CityHunter'': Kaori's handbag was observed containing not only three hammers of various sizes, but also her pistol, a pepper spray, a taser, a hand grenade and a defibrillator. Later in the same story arc she had also another bigger hammer and some food.


* [[{{Fanon}} Generally considered]] to be where [[{{Tsundere}} Akane Tendo]] draws her HyperspaceMallet from in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. Mousse's fighting style revolves around this trope -- he secretes impossibly large amounts of junk about his person and then whips various bits and pieces out to use as weapons as he needs it. This is played up in the anime, where Mousse has pulled out such weapons as: eight katanas (wielded 4 in either hand) at once in the first NonSerialMovie, giant tops with razor-bladed edges, and a massive bomb bigger than he was ([[LampshadeHanging promptly lampshaded]] by Ranma, who pointed out there was no way Mousse could possibly have been hiding something that big). His favorite appears to be a swan-shaped training potty with which he smacks his opponents in the face.
** Mousse even manages to hide weapons ''as a duck'', producing them from under his wings instead of his sleeves. He's quite insistent during his introduction arc that there's nothing magical about his skill, though.

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[[{{Fanon}} Generally considered]] to be where [[{{Tsundere}} Akane Tendo]] Tendō]] draws her HyperspaceMallet from in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. HyperspaceMallet.
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Mousse's fighting style revolves around this trope -- he secretes impossibly large amounts of junk about his person and then whips various bits and pieces out to use as weapons as he needs it. This is played up in the anime, where Mousse has pulled out such weapons as: eight katanas (wielded 4 in either hand) at once in the first NonSerialMovie, giant tops with razor-bladed edges, and a massive bomb bigger than he was ([[LampshadeHanging promptly lampshaded]] by Ranma, who pointed out there was no way Mousse could possibly have been hiding something that big). His favorite appears to be a swan-shaped training potty with which he smacks his opponents in the face.
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face. Mousse even manages to hide weapons ''as a duck'', producing them from under his wings instead of his sleeves. He's quite insistent during his introduction arc that there's nothing magical about his skill, though.


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* The Inventories from ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod'' create the illusion of this, but actually, they are just invisible.

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* Actually mentioned in the fifth OVA for ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer''. Yukari is known for being CrazyPrepared all the time, and her two longest friends Hana and Saori both admit that they have absolutely no clue how she manages to carry it all with her. In the OVA alone, she manages to produce several sheets of newspaper (for use as boot insulation), hand warmers, a blanket, an entrenching tool, and a kerosene lantern.


* Even though Millie from ''{{Trigun}}'' is a tall woman, there's no way her "stungun" would fit beneath her skirt.

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* Even though Millie from ''{{Trigun}}'' ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'' is a tall woman, there's no way her "stungun" would fit beneath her skirt.

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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Giroro's weapons are always summoned from nowhere via Keronian tech. In the third movie, Kululu's computer system is hacked and Giroro is left without his heavy arms for half of the movie.

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* In ''Manga/MedakaBox'', because he is Abnormal, Kei Munakata was capable of mastering hidden weapon arts and is capable of hiding dozens of weapons in his regular school uniform, including countless swords, numerous pistols, spears, sickles, scythes, miniguns with ammunition, giant hammers, bazooka and a huge spiked staff, that was at least twice his height, all at once.


* Hime of ''PrincessResurrection'' has been known to use some [[ImprobableWeaponUser interesting weapons]], her signature being a [[ChainsawGood chainsaw]]. Where she keeps that chainsaw when not in use is anybody's guess.

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* Hime of ''PrincessResurrection'' ''Manga/PrincessResurrection'' has been known to use some [[ImprobableWeaponUser interesting weapons]], her signature being a [[ChainsawGood chainsaw]]. Where she keeps that chainsaw when not in use is anybody's guess.



* The [[MagicalGirl magical girls]] of [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Puella Magi Madoka Magica]] use magic to mass produce temporary weaponry just for the extravagance of it - Mami's rifles and Sayaka's swords, for example - but watching Akemi Homura [[HyperspaceArsenal magic hundred of bazookas and rocket launchers]] [[NothingUpMySleeve in and out of her sleeve]] (obscured by her buckler) is especially noteworthy in that these weapons are real.

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* The [[MagicalGirl magical girls]] {{Magical Girl}}s of [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Puella Magi Madoka Magica]] use magic to mass produce temporary weaponry just for the extravagance of it - Mami's rifles and Sayaka's swords, for example - but watching Akemi Homura [[HyperspaceArsenal magic hundred of bazookas and rocket launchers]] [[NothingUpMySleeve in and out of her sleeve]] (obscured by her buckler) is especially noteworthy in that these weapons are real.


* The pirate costumes from one episode of the ''VideoGame/Tamagofchi'' anime appear to come from hammerspace.

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* The pirate costumes from one episode of the ''VideoGame/Tamagofchi'' ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}'' anime appear to come from hammerspace.

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* The pirate costumes from one episode of the ''VideoGame/Tamagofchi'' anime appear to come from hammerspace.


* In ''{{Potemayo}}'', Guchuko can carry an enormous amount of stuff in her pants. She once produces a pile of corn cobs that was taller than she was.

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* In ''{{Potemayo}}'', ''Anime/{{Potemayo}}'', Guchuko can carry an enormous amount of stuff in her pants. She once produces a pile of corn cobs that was taller than she was.

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