239) Invisibility (other)

Invisibility (other) – The ability to make beings and/or objects invisible.  Invisibility (other) is also known as Invisibility Infusion.

Literary Critique of Invisibility (other) 

Superman turns his son Kal-El II (DC) invisible in Superman V1 #166.

Jason Wilkes (Marvel) creates an invisibility ray in Tales of Suspense V1 #25.


The Invisible Woman (Marvel) makes the Avengers Earth-11326 invisible in Age of X – Universe #2.


The Invisible Woman uses her invisibility like an X-ray machine in Fantastic Four: Resurrection of Galactus.

An army is “apparently” made invisible in Tales of Suspense V1 #4.

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An invisibility ray that backfires in Tales to Astonish V1 #15.

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Zigi & Zagi (DC) turn a criminal invisible in Action Comics V1 #316.


Superman (DC) accidentally turns Jimmy Olsen invisible in Jimmy Olsen #40.


Doctor Strange (Marvel) can make a group of people invisible and does so in Avengers vs. X-Men #9.

A robot Jimmy Olsen (DC) receives an invisibility ray from Brainiac 5 in Superman’s Pal #86.

Professor Anthony Ivo (DC) has the ability to cloak a giant facility in Power Girl V2 #19.


Doctor Strange (Marvel) applies a Spell of Concealment to a sword in Defenders V1 #17.

The government uses a chemical (fluoridation?) laced in the water to make certain light frequencies invisible to the general public in Invincible – Perfect Strangers V3 (Image).

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