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Films — Animation
- In The Dark Profit Saga Jynn's first attempt at channeling solamancy in decades sears the flesh from his hand, leaving a skeletal hand that he animates with noctomancy. His liche father tries to invoke it for a Not So Different speech.
- In The Wandering Inn: After losing the skin on her hand, Ceria find she cans still move it and use it to cast magic.
- Undead grafts in Dungeons & Dragons can include skeleton arms, and the Pale Master prestige class includes one.
- Mortal Kombat X: Shinnok in his Necromancer variation removes flesh in his forearm, showing nothing but bones. Oddly (or hilariously), upon getting "finished", his arms revert back to normal.
- Dominic Deegan: Jacob tears the flesh off his arm twice, and his face once, in his attempts to become "the zombie alive". Though it gets regenerated by white magic explosions.
- Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures: Regina's wing was stripped to the bone in her first fight with Dan, and she periodically re-strips it when it regenerates because she likes the look.
- There's a short comic on Johnny Wander called "Girl with the Skeleton Hand" about... a woman with one skeletal hand. She used to have a regular hand, but a little accident on a blind date with the physical incarnation of death stripped away the flesh and tendons from her right hand. She doesn't appear to mind, and in the sequel she discovers that her skeleton hand allows her to interact with ghosts the way her psychopomp date (and now partner) does.
- Goblins: One Alternate Universe version of Minmax is an Omnicidal Maniac Psion whose arms are replaced by skeletal Hard Light constructs. He prefers to use his Mind over Matter powers, so their utility is unclear.
- Aladdin: The Series: The evil Necromancer Mozenrath has a skeletal, albeit functional, right arm underneath the Artifact of Doom gauntlet that grants him his powers. It's implied that the gauntlet is draining his Life Energy and will eventually kill him.
- The Simpsons: In the first segment of "Treehouse of Horror XIV", Homer's right arm turns skeletal (and gains the Touch of Death) when he becomes the new Grim Reaper.