Invisibility (self) – The ability to render the user unseen to the naked eye and/or other forms of perception. Invisibility (self) is also known simply invisibility and as fading.
Literary Critique of Invisibility (self)
The Invisible Kid (DC) has this power.
Invisible Woman (Marvel) can make herself invisible and other objects as well (Fantastic Four V1 #60)!
A one-shot invisible petty criminal in Strange Tales of the Unusual #10 (Atlas).
Veil (Malibu) can turn invisible in the Ultraverse (1993 SkyBox Ultraverse).
Flying Polyp – Field Guide to Cthulhu Monsters
Star Vampire – Field Guide to Cthulhu Monsters
Quicksilver Stalker – Creature Collection II. Dark Menagerie
Shi’ar Imperial Guard – Fader (Marvel)
The Space Ranger battles the beast of the invisible world in Tales of the Unexpected V1 #48.
Zunial (DC) turns invisible and uses a cloak of silence as well to evade Superman (Superman V1 #188).
Batman (DC) fights soldiers using “quantum stealth”, or in other words invisibility, in All Star Batman V2 #7.
Invisible aliens fight robots in D4VE (IDW).
The Badoon (Marvel) can turn invisible in Silver Surfer V1 #2.
An assassin has some sort of invisibility technology in Elephantmen 2260 V5 (Image).
Aphrodite (Marvel) is invisible and turns Paris invisible in Annual Thor V1 #8.
Heimdall (Marvel) – Journey into Mystery #105
Invisible Scarlet O’Neil #1 (Harvey)
Phantom Lady (DC) – Cape Clasp – DC Heroes-DC Technical Manual
Slaine – “The Treasures of Britain” – 2000 AD #1003
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