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* In ''Anime/{{Tamagotchi}}'', the ability to shoot webs is one of several ninja skills Gozarutchi knows how to pull off.


* In ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus'', one of Mr.Xs experiments is able to shoot webbing out of its mouth, and uses it to drag away Douglas during the fight on Mr.Xs castle grounds.

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* In ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus'', one of Mr.Xs X's experiments is able to shoot webbing out of its its mouth, and uses it to drag away Douglas during the fight on Mr.Xs X's castle grounds.

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* In ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus'', one of Mr.Xs experiments is able to shoot webbing out of its mouth, and uses it to drag away Douglas during the fight on Mr.Xs castle grounds.


** A spider Digimon called Dokugumon has an attack that consists of shooting web from its abdomen. One does so in [[Recap/DigimonAdventureE28TheChaseHurryToJapan Episode 28]] of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', spraying strands of webbing from her mouth at the start of the battle and entangling most of the heroic Digimon before they can do anything.

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** ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': A spider Digimon called Dokugumon has an attack that consists of shooting web from its abdomen. One does so in [[Recap/DigimonAdventureE28TheChaseHurryToJapan Episode 28]] of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', 28]], spraying strands of webbing from her mouth at the start of the battle and entangling most of the heroic Digimon before they can do anything.



* ''Anime/MyHeroAcademia'': Speed Villain has the ability to spit out webs to catch his enemies.



* In the ''Animation/MotuPatlu'' episode "Super Duper Man", Motu and Patlu can shoot webs out of their hands as one of their superpowers. The webs aren't very helpful, however, as they're not sticky enough for Motu and Patlu to use them to stick to walls.

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* ''Animation/MotuPatlu'': In the ''Animation/MotuPatlu'' episode "Super Duper Man", Motu and Patlu can shoot webs out of their hands as one of their superpowers. The webs aren't very helpful, however, as they're not sticky enough for Motu and Patlu to use them to stick to walls.



* ''FanFic/EquestriaDivided'': Weblings, changelings with the bodies of {{Giant Spider}}s, can shoot extremely strong webbing from considerable range and serve as the swarms' ranged units.

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* ''FanFic/EquestriaDivided'': ''Fanfic/EquestriaDivided'': Weblings, changelings with the bodies of {{Giant Spider}}s, can shoot extremely strong webbing from considerable range and serve as the swarms' ranged units.



* Played with by the {{Giant Spider}}s in the horror-comedy flick ''Film/EightLeggedFreaks''. Some of them can squirt thick streams of liquid silk from their abdomen to immobilize prey at melee distance, but since they're so friggin' huge it still translates into a meter or two from which they can glue you to the wall behind you. The character played by Creator/ScarlettJohansson finds this out the hard way.

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* ''Film/EightLeggedFreaks'': Played with by the {{Giant Spider}}s in the horror-comedy flick ''Film/EightLeggedFreaks''.Spider}}s . Some of them can squirt thick streams of liquid silk from their abdomen to immobilize prey at melee distance, but since they're so friggin' huge it still translates into a meter or two from which they can glue you to the wall behind you. The character played by Creator/ScarlettJohansson finds this out the hard way.



* ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'': Webber spiders can spray webbing at your heroes, which both has a chance to stun and marks the target, causing the attacks of other spiders to do much more damage.



* ''VideoGame/MonsterHunterOnline'': Baelidae, a giant arthropod resembling a cross between a crab and a spider, can shoot out strands of silk to slow the player down.



* ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'': Webber spiders can spray webbing at your heroes, which both has a chance to stun and marks the target, causing the attacks of other spiders to do much more damage.

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* ''VideoGame/DeepRockGalactic'': Glyphid Web Spitters spit out tangles of sticky webs which bind and slow down player characters.


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* ''Manga/FairyTail100YearsQuest'': The Dragon Eater Nebal holds the [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower deceptively strong]] power of the "Adesive Dragon Slayer Magic", which allows him to produce and manipulate web from his body to tangle its victim. Furthermore, once he shoots the web, he can make it form cocoons from a safe distance without physical contact.



* In ''Manga/FairyTail100YearsQuest'' we have the Dragon Eater Nebal, who holds the [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower deceptively strong]] power of the "Adesive Dragon Slayer Magic", which allows him to produce and manipulate web from his body to tangle its victim. Furthermore, once he shoot the web, he can make it form cocoons from a safe distance without physical contact.

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* In ''Manga/FairyTail100YearsQuest'' we have the Dragon Eater Nebal, who holds the [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower deceptively strong]] power of the "Adesive Dragon Slayer Magic", which allows him to produce and manipulate web from his body to tangle its victim. Furthermore, once he shoot the web, he can make it form cocoons from a safe distance without physical contact.

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* ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'': Webber spiders can spray webbing at your heroes, which both has a chance to stun and marks the target, causing the attacks of other spiders to do much more damage.


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* ''Webcomic/CassiopeiaQuinn'': In ''The Body-Snatchifiers'', Dr. Botz's upgraded version of herself -- a {{Cyborg}} {{Spider Pe|ople}}rson with eight mechanical limbs -- is capable of spraying jets of fast-hardening webbing from its wrists.

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* ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDW'': In ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDWIssue1To4 The Return of Queen Chrysalis]]'', the {{Giant Spider}}s the mane six encounter in the abandoned mines can squirt liquid silk out of their spinnerets, which forms into instant spiderwebs. They use this during the fight to bind the ponies to the mine's walls with flash-formed webbing cocoons.

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* ''Animation/PleasantGoatAndBigBigWolf'': In episode 65, Wolffy has a run-in with a giant spider and gains the ability to shoot webs from his bellybutton. Wolffy uses the webs to do none other than capture the goats.


** A spider Digimon called Dokugumon has an attack that consists of shooting web from its abdomen.

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** A spider Digimon called Dokugumon has an attack that consists of shooting web from its abdomen. One does so in [[Recap/DigimonAdventureE28TheChaseHurryToJapan Episode 28]] of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', spraying strands of webbing from her mouth at the start of the battle and entangling most of the heroic Digimon before they can do anything.



* In the ''Animation/MotuPatlu'' episode "Super Duper Man", Motu and Patlu have the ability to shoot webs out of their hands as one of their superpowers. The webs aren't very helpful, however, as they're not sticky enough for Motu and Patlu to use them to stick to walls.

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* In the ''Animation/MotuPatlu'' episode "Super Duper Man", Motu and Patlu have the ability to can shoot webs out of their hands as one of their superpowers. The webs aren't very helpful, however, as they're not sticky enough for Motu and Patlu to use them to stick to walls.



* ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'': Spider-Man, while not an actual spider himself, relies heavily on his famous web-shooters, which he holds in the palms of his hands and uses to shoot large quantities of webbing to produce both thick ropes with which to swing from buildings and nets with which to trap villains. This trope is also employed by most other spider-themed superheroes, such as ComicBook/ScarletSpider and ComicBook/SpiderGwen. Others, like ComicBook/{{Silk}}, do have organic webbing.

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* ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'': Spider-Man, while not an actual spider himself, relies heavily on his famous web-shooters, which he holds in the palms of his hands and uses to shoot large quantities of webbing to produce both thick ropes with which to swing from buildings and nets with which to trap villains. This trope is also employed by most other spider-themed superheroes, such as ComicBook/ScarletSpider and ComicBook/SpiderGwen. Others, like ComicBook/{{Silk}}, do have organic webbing. Characters/{{Venom}} has learned the trick as well, organically producing a stronger version of Spider-Man's silk to use as a weapon and a mobility tool, but creating too much too quickly taxes its resources and weakens it.



* ''FanFic/EquestriaDivided'': Weblings, changelings with the bodies of {{Giant Spider}}s, can shoot extremely strong webbing from considerable range and serve as the swarms' ranged units.



* ''VideoGame/DiabloII'': Downplayed: wounded GiantSpider enemies will try to flee, leaving a trail of webbing behind to slow you down.



* ''VideoGame/DragonMarkedForDeath'': Demonpillars and Void Spiders can spit globs of webbing that immobilize enemies.



* ''VideoGame/StarWarsJediFallenOrder'': Wyyyschokks, {{Giant Spider}}s native to the forests of Kashyyyk, can fire entangling web globules in several highly precise patterns.



* Downplayed in ''VideoGame/DiabloII'': wounded GiantSpider enemies will try to flee leaving a trail of webbings behind to slow you down.


See also AllWebbedUp. SisterTrope to NetGun.

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See also AllWebbedUp. SisterTrope to NetGun.
NetGun. This trope can help characterize a SneakySpider.

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* ''VideoGame/CadenceOfHyrule'': One of the Gohmaracas' attacks involves spitting out balls of webbing that will ensnare the player if hit.

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* ''Film/GodzillaKingOfTheMonsters2019'': Even as a larva, Mothra can spit wads of stick silk large enough to tie a grown human to a wall. As an adult, her silk becomes copious and strong enough to be able to glue two of King Ghidorah's three heads to a building with one shot.

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