Batman (DC Comics) keeps most of his personal field equipment in a signature piece of apparel: a yellow utility belt. The utility belt has a button to call the Batmobile. Over the years it has contained items such as plastic explosives, nerve toxins, batarangs, smoke bombs, a fingerprint kit, a cutting tool, a grappling hook gun, torches, a "re-breather" breathing device, and lockpicks.
Terry McGinnis (DCAU)
Dynomutt (Dynomutt, Dog Wonder)
Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Doctor Eggman (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Rotor the Walrus (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Kiru (Karakuri) using his Mechanism to produce control the temperature and pressure of liquid methane to inject into his victims, causing them to explode.
Dr. Otto Octavius (Marvel Comics) constructed his tentacles to help manipulate radioactive substances from a safe distance, Otto constructed a chest harness controlling four mechanical, tentacle-like arms - earning him the nickname Doctor Octopus.
Spider-Man (Marvel Comics)
Moon Knight's (Marvel Comics) original costume included Kevlar armor. It had a built-in two-way radio system so that Spector could summon du Champ, who typically provided backup in a helicopter. Spector later upgraded the Kevlar to Adamantium, and du Champ added dart launchers to the gauntlets
The Punisher (Marvel Comics) mostly uses conventional firearms, explosives, and combat knives.
Spider-Man 2099 (Marvel Comics)
Solid Snake (Metal Gear)
Boba Fett's (Star Wars) Mandalorian armor was originally constructed from duraplast, allowing it to sustain a great deal of damage without degrading.