DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the space where cartoon characters pull out random stuff from thin air is actually called the "hammerspace"? The name apparently came from cartoons developed during The Golden Age of American animation, wherein some characters would suddenly pull out a plot-dependent item from behind their backs no matter how physically huge it is. Such items include but are not limited to, hats, bombs, anvils, guns, and hammers. The term was eventually popularized by fans of the anime show Ranma 1/2, with some believing that the word hammerspace was coined due to one of its character's tendency to pull large hammers out of nowhere.
Despite being a pretty old in-joke within the animation community, the practice of implementing hammerspace is still prevalent in today's animated media. From modern cartoons that cater to kids and/or adults to video games, hammerspace has also been used as a convenient "hand wave" as from where some characters obtain some items in an otherwise serious movie, show, or game. Even some cartoon makers and creators design certain characters and their equipment with the hammerspace already in mind? Funnily enough, despite its widespread usage, this trope is essentially paired with a suspension of disbelief, especially in more serious productions.
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