Force Field Generation – The ability to project powerful fields of manipulated energy. Force Field Generation is also known as Barrier Generation, Flyrogenesis, Deflection Field, Protection Bubbles, Ray Shields and Shielding.
Literary Critique of Force Field Generation
Brainiac 5 (DC) inherited the force field belt technology from Brainiac. In Adventure Comics V1 #366, Tharok (DC) comes up with an interesting solution to the force field problem.
Brainiac (DC) often wears a belt that generates a force field of incredible power. Even Superman cannot get past the force field generated (Action Comics V1 #242).
The Invisible Woman (Marvel) can make a variety of invisible energy constructs and not just force fields.
In Fantastic Four V1 #166, the Invisible Woman creates a force field around the head of the Hulk to cut off his air supply.
In Hulk V2 #9, the Invisible Woman uses a similar trick against the Red Hulk but adds a little electricity to the mix.
The Invisible Woman (Marvel) uses her powers offensively in Fantastic Four the World’s Greatest Comic Magazine #1.
Daedalus is telekinetic that can make incredibly powerful force fields in Pantheon (Lone Star Press).
Unus the Untouchable (Marvel) is a supervillain that can only create force fields. The Beast uses technology to defeat Unus (Uncanny X-Men V1 #8).
Force Warriors (Marvel) – X-Men Legacy #245
Juggernaut (Marvel) has a force field that can even stop Thor’s hammer (Thor v1 #411).
Peter Dawson – Rising Stars #2 (Top Cow)
Tales to Astonish V1 #9 (Marvel)
Julian Keller (Marvel) can use his telekinesis to create force fields in New X-Men – Hellions #1.
Kang the Conqueror (Marvel) can create force fields so powerful that they can withstand attacks from Thor and Iron Man at the same time (Avengers V1 #8).
As a prelude to the Infamous Iron Man, Doctor Doom have a force field competition. In Invincible Iron Man V2 #2, Doctor Doom shows his mystic force fields can take on anything Iron Man can dish out.
However, Iron Man gets even with Doctor Doom in Iron Man V2 #13.
A one-shot force field created by Howard Stark (Marvel) in International Iron Man #4. So why did Howard Stark’s son, Tony Stark, not incorporate a force field into even his first Iron Man suit?
Elu (DC) uses his force field to hide as well as protection in DC Who’s Who V1 #7.
Trading Card Games use force fields but sometimes call them shields.
Shield of Pure Soul
Buck Rogers #7 (Dynamite)
Judge Dredd – “Crusade” – 2000 AD #935
Lex Luthor (DC) – Superman V1 #653
Sinister Dexter – “The Eleventh Commandment” – 2000 AD #989
Kaijumax-Season Three #4 (Oni)
The Omega Men – The End is Here (2016)
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