Fire Manipulation – The ability to control the kinetic energy of atoms to generate, control or absorb fire and create fire constructs. Fire Manipulation is also known as Agnikinesis, Fire Control, Fire Element Control, Fire Release/Katon 火遁, Firebending, Flame Control, Flame Manipulation, Ignikinesis, Phlegokinesis and Pyrokinesis.
Literary Critique of Fire Manipulation
Fire (DC) is a superheroine that can manipulate green flame and men’s imaginations (Formerly Known as the Justice League #1).
Firebird (DC) can surround herself with a bird aura made of flame (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #4).
Firebrand (DC) can shoot fire from her hands (DC Who’s Who #8).
The Human Torch (Marvel) can manipulate both fire and less obviously heat and is probably the most famous character with this power (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #5).
Pyro (Marvel) is a supervillain that can control fire but cannot create flame.
Solara (Marvel) can generate and control fire (Marvel Nemesis – Rise of The Imperfects Official Game Guide).
Holocaust (DC) can conjure and manipulate fire (Milestone Media Universe Card Set).
Blue Flame was one of the first superheroes that could manipulate fire (Official Golden-Age Hero and Heroine Directory #1).
The second Blue Flame is probably an homage of the first Blue Flame and is a character in the Savage Dragon Universe.
A man who can draw flames into his body appears in Tales of the Unexpected V1 #9.
Space Ranger must deal with a flaming alien in Tales of the Unexpected V1 #50.
Azer – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 1
The Ben 10 universe has several fire manipulators including Heatblast, Swampfire and Ultimate Swampfire.
Doctor Flame fights Captain Sprocket in Archie’s Madhouse #43.
Firetail – TSR 2166 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 3
Fireworm – Field Guide to Creatures of the Dreamlands
Flamewaker – World of Warcraft Monster Guide
Phoera – D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual III
Phoera – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 2
Pyre – Creature Collection I
Pyre – Rising Stars #3 (Top Cow)
Shi’ar Imperial Guard – Starbolt (Marvel)
Wickerman – Creature Collection II. Dark Menagerie
Wildfyre – Cyberforce-Sourcebook #2
The ability to manipulate fire is very popular in Trading Card Games.
By Fire be Purged
Challenge Guardian Fire Elemental
Chosen of Fire
Feeding the Fires
Fight Fire with Fire
Fire Elemental Totem
Fire in the Blood
Fire in the Hidden City
Fire in the Lake Standard
Fire in the Sky
Fire Nation Elite Troops
Fire Nova Totem
Fire of God
Fire on the Mountain
Fire on the Sea
Fire Sweeper Burning Hellion
Fires of Battle
Fires of Purity
Fires of Retribution
Fires of the Phoenix
Fuel for the Fire
Fury of the Firelord
Gathering the Fire
King of the Fire Pagoda
Mouth of the Fire Righteous
Path of the Fire Righteous
Phantom Dragons Flame
Phoenix Fire Band
Piccolo of the Flaming Fire
Rain of Fire
Summer Fire Palace
The Inner Fire
Star Trek Thought Fire
Firefist (DC) – Who’s Who Update ’87 #2
Flame #1 (Fox)
Havok: Karn Darkest Suns – 2000 AD #1023
Judge Dredd – “Dead Reckoning” – 2000 AD #1003
Satan Brothers – Outcasts #5
Strontium Dog – “Hate and War” – 2000 AD #998
Arson (Image) – Regulators #3
Burn (Image) – Doom’s IV ½ #0
Burnout (Image) – Wildstorm Universe Sourcebook #1
Byrn (Image) – Intimidators #1
El Diablo (Image) – Freedom Force #1
Firebirds #1 (Image)
Flare (Image) – Meltdown #1
Hottie (Image) – Hero Camp #2
Rayne Santiago (Image) – Descendant #1
Red Star #1 (Image)
The Red Werefox and Kaen are from the Werefox Universe (Cosmic Super-Duper Werefox Team).
Crimson Countess – The Boys
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