Bracelet Manipulation – The bracelet can be used for various superhuman effects. Any weapon and/or device anchored on the wrist is considered a bracelet regardless of the name.
Quasar’s (Marvel) Quantum Bands give their wearer control of the electromagnetic spectrum in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #15.
Wonder Woman can deflect bullets with her bracelets in Wonder Woman V2 #1.
The Nega-Bands derive energy from the negative zone and enhance the strength of the user as well as allowing the user to fly and are introduced in Captain Marvel V1 #17.
Donovan Flint (DC) has compressed ray guns attached to his forearms and demonstrates their use in Star Hunters #1.
The Black Widow (Marvel) has bracelets that fire the Widow’s Bite electro-static energy blasts that can deliver charges up to 30,000 volts, as well as “Widow’s Line” grappling hooks, tear gas pellets, and a new element introduced during her ongoing series during the “Kiss or Kill” arc called the “Widow’s Kiss”—an aerosol instant knock-out gas she has modified.
The Prowler (Marvel) has bracelets that are part of a pair of gauntlets that fire various pellets including pellets with sleeping gals in Amazing Spider-Man V1 #78.
Cobra’s (Marvel) Wrist Shooter can deliver pellets with venom in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V2 #3.
The Gladiator’s (Marvel) Wrist Blades are supposed to be able to cut through Iron Man’s armor in The Invincible Iron Man V1 #7.
Killer Shrike’s (Marvel) Wrist Blaster can blast but also has cutting edges in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V2 #7.
Whirlwind’s (Marvel) Wrist Blades are similar to the wrist blades of the Gladiator in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V2 #14.
Trading Card-Surveyor’s Bracelet
Booster Gold (DC) – Wrist Blasters – DC Heroes-DC Technical Manual
Nightwing (DC) – Wrist Rockets – MF232 Hardware Handbook
Phantom Lady (DC) – Bracelet Taser – DC Heroes-DC Technical Manual
Suicide Squad (DC) – Compliance Bracelet – DC Heroes-DC Technical Manual
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