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The title of this article is conjectural.
The name of this article is based on the character, item, or locations appearances in the comics or real life.
This subject has no conical name in Spider-Man: The Animated Series.

The Vibro-Shock Gauntlets were Shocker's main weapons. They were two devices that could be placed on a persons wrist and create powerful and devastating sonic shock waves.

History

The Vibro-Shock Gauntlets were created by Alistair Smythe and given to Shocker. The gauntlets could fire intense blasts of sonic vibrations.

The intensity of the gauntlets blast could be controlled by devices on Shocker's costume.

When Shocker fought Spider-Man at a church Spider-Man hit the Vibro-Shock Gauntlets with a stone railing and destroyed them. The Vibro-Shock Gauntlets were later rebuilt.

When Shocker joined the Insidious Six the team went after Spider-Man. During their fight with Spider-Man, Rhino accidentally ripped a hole in Shocker's costume. Spider-Man later threw Shocker into a water tower and water got into his costumes circuitry through the rip. Shocker managed to get his costume and the Vibro-Shock Gauntlets off before they exploded.

Trivia

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  • Vibro-shock Gauntlets were the name of the devices in the comics. However, in Spider-Man: The Animated Series the devices were unnamed.
  • In the comics the Vibro-Shock Gauntlets fired compressed air. However, in the series the gauntlets appear to fire sonic vibrations.
  • In the comics they were created by Shocker not Alistair Smythe.
  • In the video game adaptation of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 the device was called Seismic Harness Construction Resource.

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