Force Field Generation – The ability to project powerful fields of manipulated energy.
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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