Ice Manipulation – The ability to control ice and logically an extension of cold manipulation. Mix cold manipulation and add the ability to control the movement of ice and you have ice manipulation. The conceptual problem with ice manipulation is that you have to account for the origin of the ice. There is some moisture in air but not the tons and tons of ice that characters typically generate and toss around.
Ice (DC) is a superheroine is a member of the Justice League but much less powerful than Iceman in the Marvel universe.
Ice lost control of her power as a child with fatal results (Justice League-Generation Lost #12).
Iceman (Marvel) is a major superhero and a member of the X-Men.
Jack Frost (Marvel) is a Golden Age hero that was retconned into the current continuity (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1, 2004).
Bifrost is part frost giant and therefore has ice powers in Pantheon (Lone Star Press).
Bigchill and Ultimate Big Chill are in the Ben 10 universe.
Frost Giant – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 2
Ice Archon – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 1
Icemaster (Marvel) – OHOTMU A – Z Update #5
Ice-Orglash Spirit – TSR 2166 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 3
Jack Q Frost (Harvey) has his debut in Unearthly Spectaculars #2.
Cyber Sub-Zero and Sub-Zero are both part of the Mortal Kombat universe (Mortal Kombat 9 (2011) Prima Guide).
Runnk – Creature Collection I
Snowboy – Archie’s Madhouse #22 (1962)
Jack Frost shows up in Archie’s Weird Mysteries #18.
Trading Card Games often use ice manipulation.
Ice Vapor Shadow of Anguish
Kachua Keeper of the Icegate
Dr. Permafrost – Tom Strong and the Robots of Doom #5 (America’s Best Comics)
Iceman (Marvel) makes a giant ice construct in Iceman V2 #7.
Icestar – Champions #2 (Eclipse)
Subzero Man – Blue Bolt V1 #1 (Novelty)
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