- "Rocket fist make Freddie so happy!"
- ― Fred commentating on Baymax's Rocket Fist (Big Hero 6)
The power to detach one's fists from one's own arms and fire them at opponents. Sub-power of Anatomical Liberation and Robot Arm.
- Jet Fist
- Jet Punch
- Rocket Punch
The user is capable of detaching their fists from their bodies and launching them at opponents from a distance.
- Fist may not return automatically when fired.
- The fist can only travel a limited distance.
Major Metallitron (Dragon Ball) demonstrates.
General Rilldo (Dragon Ball GT) performing a rocket punch.
Ash Williams (Evil Dead) demonstrates.
Mr. Wink's (Hellboy II: The Golden Army) mechanical right hand can be fired out and retracted thanks to an attached chain
Cyber-Akuma (Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter)
Mazinger (Mazinger Z) using a rocket punch.
Hard Man (Mega Man series)
Mega Man (Mega Man series) uses Hard Knuckle.
Mega Man (Mega Man series) uses Mega Arm.
Zadornov (Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker) fires his robot arm at Big Boss.
Venom Snake's (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain) "blast arm" in action.
Franky (One Piece) using Strong Right to launch his fist.
Sakazuki (One Piece) firing magma fists.
Charlotte Katakuri (One Piece) using his Burning Mochi/Yaki Mochi, propelling his Haki-embedded fist at Luffy from a distance.
DJ Octavio's (Splatoon) Octobot King has a pair of rocket fists.
Garnet (Steven Universe) fires her gauntlets.
Rocket Punch (Valkyrie Crusade)
When the Flat Sisters (Marchen Awakens Romance) fuse into Rotkäppchen Waltzer they can fire both hands at the target.
When her partner, Lori casts the spell Zerusen, Kolulu (Zatch Bell!) is able to launch her fists like rockets.
Yang Xiao Long (RWBY) launches her cybernetic arm with enough force to send Nora into a wall.
Nero (Devil May Cry 5) can launch his Punch Line Devil Breaker as a projectile, and also ride on it.