Air Mimicry – The character’s body is composed of air. Air Mimicry is also known as Air Physiology, and Sublimation.
Literary Critique of Air Mimicry
Air of the Elementals of Doom is an example of a character with this power (Fantastic Four V1 #232). While other types of mimicry are common in the superhero genre, air mimicry is more common in the sword and sorcery genre.
The RPG Air Elemental was first introduced in the AD&D 1st-Monster Manual.
RPG Air Elementals have become considerably more muscular and evil looking over the decades (World of Warcraft Monster Guide).
Aerial Servant (TSR 2102 MC1 Monstrous Compendium)
Belker (D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual I)
Wind Walker Elemental (TSR 2145 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 1)
Windrider (Creature Collection II. Dark Menagerie).
The Celestian (Creature Collection I) are giants that were transformed into air as a punishment.