128) Dimensional Storage

Dimensional Storage – The ability to store objects in another dimension.  Dimensional Storage is also known as Bag of Tricks, Dimensional Capture, Dimensional Release, Hammerspace, Magic Satchel, Malletspace, Pocketing, Requip (Fairy Tail) and Trade In/Out.

Literary Critique of Dimensional Storage 

Devil-Slayer (Marvel) has a cloak that acts as a portal to other dimensions (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #3).

Dimensional Storage-Devil-Slayer-Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #3

The Magician (Marvel) can store a van worth of electronics in The Astonishing Ant-Man #10 (Marvel).

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The Black Cat (Marvel) owns the Bag of Infinite Capacity in Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #12 (2017).

 

Doctor Who has the TARDIS which is famously much larger on the inside than the outside.

The exterior of the TARDIS has not changed over the decades.

Dimensional Storage-TARDIS Exterior

The interior of the TARDIS has changed a great deal over the decades.

Dimensional Storage-TARDIS Interior

The TARDIS is ultimately a transport machine and traveling through not just space but time as well is a complicated process.

Dimensional Storage-Doctor Who Magazine-The Essential Doctor Who Issue-The Tardis #2 (2014)

Doraemon can pull all sorts of gadgets from his pocket.

Dimensional Storage-Doraemon

Doraemon can pull out the Anywhere Door/ Dokodemo Door that allows him to travel to just about any destination.

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Son of Santa (Nick Norris) (Marvel) as the son of Santa has his bag with infinite storage in Bizarre Adventures V1 #34.

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