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* The ''Literature/ExtremeMonsters'' book series had mummy Mumford able to move his wrappings like tentacles, mainly so they could help him in climbing and so he could hitch a ride by using his wrappings to fasten himself to [[FrankensteinsMonster Steiner]]'s [=BMX=] bike.

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* The ''Literature/ExtremeMonsters'' book series had mummy Mumford able to move his wrappings like tentacles, mainly so they could help him in climbing and so he could hitch a ride by using his wrappings to fasten himself to [[FrankensteinsMonster Steiner]]'s [=BMX=] bike. The occasions where he used his wrappings to ensnare other people were when he prevented Damon Christopher and his goons the Slime Brothers from getting away in the first book ''The Blue Moon Effect'' and when he used them to rescue Doc's nephew Gerald in ''Meet Mr. Hydeous''.

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* The ''Literature/ExtremeMonsters'' book series had mummy Mumford able to move his wrappings like tentacles, mainly so they could help him in climbing and so he could hitch a ride by using his wrappings to fasten himself to [[FrankensteinsMonster Steiner]]'s [=BMX=] bike.

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* ''ComicBook/WonderWoman1942'': Countess Draska Nishki tries to "turn Wonder Woman into a mummy" in issue 161 by throwing the bandages she's wearing as a disguise on her. She's actually using the bandages to disguise that she's stolen the magic lasso and is lassoing the princess with it.

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* ''Literature/TheBible'': In [[Literature/TheFourGospels Luke chapter 2]], the baby Jesus after He was born was wrapped in "swaddling clothes", which was most likely burial wrapping that travelers in the region of Israel were advised to carry in case someone in their caravan had died.


* Happens to Chiro in ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'' by.... evil circus clowns.

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* Happens to Chiro in ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'' by....by... evil circus clowns.


* ''Film/ShootOutAtMedicineBend'': When breaking into the Emporium to steal clothes, Devlin knocks Walters out and then wraps him head to tow in muslin and leaves him laid out on the counter, with a bow around his head.

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* ''Film/ShootOutAtMedicineBend'': When breaking into the Emporium to steal clothes, Devlin knocks Walters out and then wraps him head to tow toe in muslin and leaves him laid out on the counter, with a bow around his head.

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* ''Film/ShootOutAtMedicineBend'': When breaking into the Emporium to steal clothes, Devlin knocks Walters out and then wraps him head to tow in muslin and leaves him laid out on the counter, with a bow around his head.


* Anime-only example in ''Manga/DragonBall'' first series with Bandages the Mummy, a living dead who works as one of Fortuneteller Baba's fighters. He can throw bandages and uses it either to swing back aboard the Devil's Toilet platform or to bound and attack his opponent. He used this against Goku in the anime where the fight is more longer than in the manga.

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* Anime-only example in ''Manga/DragonBall'' first series with Bandages the Mummy, a living dead who works as one of Fortuneteller Baba's fighters. He can throw bandages and uses it either to swing back aboard the Devil's Toilet platform or to bound bind and attack his opponent. He used this against Goku in the anime where the fight is more longer than in the manga.manga.
* ''Manga/SoulEater'': Wrath of the Pharaoh uses his prehensile bandages to tie up Liz and Patty, then [[PowerPerversionPotential strip and molest them]].



* This was basically the origin of N'Kantu the Living Mummy, an obscure super-hero who first appeared in Marvel's ''Supernatural Thrillers''. Origianlly a soldier living in Egypt three-thousand years ago, an evil high priest used a foul ritual to replace his blood with [[AlchemyIsMagic enchanted preservation fluid]], then wrap him in mummy linens, and bury him alive, [[AndIMustScream alive, fully conscious, but paralyzed]]. The paralysis wore off in the present day, but he was driven insane by the exeperience, and went on a mad rampage until a jolt of electricity shocked him back to sanity. He has appeared infrequently since then.

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* This was basically the origin of N'Kantu the Living Mummy, an obscure super-hero who first appeared in Marvel's ''Supernatural Thrillers''. Origianlly Originally a soldier living in Egypt three-thousand years ago, an evil high priest used a foul ritual to replace his blood with [[AlchemyIsMagic enchanted preservation fluid]], then wrap him in mummy linens, and bury him alive, [[AndIMustScream alive, fully conscious, but paralyzed]]. The paralysis wore off in the present day, but he was driven insane by the exeperience, experience, and went on a mad rampage until a jolt of electricity shocked him back to sanity. He has appeared infrequently since then.

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*Laura Bow can meet this fate in "The Dagger of Amon Ra"-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xt_R07aqR-o


* ''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'': Sylph uses strips of prehensile red cloth as her costume and weapon, and ties Dick up when fighting him as her go to attack. It's no coincidence that the ComicBook/{{DCU}}'s premier MrFanservice has a foe who fights him by tying him up.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'': Sylph uses strips of prehensile red cloth as her costume and weapon, and ties Dick up when fighting him as her go to attack. It's no coincidence that the ComicBook/{{DCU}}'s Franchise/{{DCU}}'s premier MrFanservice has a foe who fights him by tying him up.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'': Sylph uses strips of prehensile red cloth as her costume and weapon, and ties Dick up when fighting him as her go to attack. It's no coincidence that the ComicBook/{{DCU}}'s premier MrFanservice has a foe who fights him by tying him up.


When a {{mummy}} has reason to restrain the living, it will frequently do so by [[BandageBabe wrapping them in bandages similar to its own]]. The victim's head (or at least their face) is usually left uncovered, as the living still need to breathe. May also be done by an Egyptian-themed criminal, or a regular criminal with the ability to wrap his opponents. Similarly to AllWebbedUp, this counts as FetishFuel to some people. Also see BoundAndGagged.

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When a {{mummy}} has reason to restrain the living, it will frequently do so by [[BandageBabe wrapping them in bandages similar to its own]]. The victim's head (or at least their face) is usually left uncovered, as the living still need to breathe. May also be done by an Egyptian-themed criminal, or a regular criminal with the ability to wrap his opponents. Similarly to AllWebbedUp, this counts as FetishFuel fetish fuel to some people. Also see BoundAndGagged.


* The [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Mummy "Mummy"]] ability is depicted this way in the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime.

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* The [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Mummy "Mummy"]] ability is depicted this way in the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime. Iris and her Axew fell victim to this in one episode of the ''Black and White'' series.


* Mummymon's attack Snake Bandages in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'' where he throws his bandages on his opponents to restrict their movements or to strangle them. Even as a LaughableEvil character, it's a very powerful move againt Digimon below his level or even those on the same level as him.

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* Mummymon's attack Snake Bandages in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'' where he throws his bandages on his opponents to restrict their movements or to strangle them. Even as a LaughableEvil LaughablyEvil character, it's a very powerful move againt Digimon below his level or even those on the same level as him.


* Mummymon's attack Snake Bandages in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02''.

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* Mummymon's attack Snake Bandages in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02''.''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'' where he throws his bandages on his opponents to restrict their movements or to strangle them. Even as a LaughableEvil character, it's a very powerful move againt Digimon below his level or even those on the same level as him.

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