Mirror Manipulation – The ability to use mirrors to achieve various superhuman effects due to user skill and/or special properties of the mirrors being used. Mirror Manipulation is also known as is also known as Looking Glass Manipulation and Vitrikinesis. A subcategory of (350) Power Bestowal (objects).
Literary Critique of Mirror Manipulation
The Mirror Master (DC) is the top mirror manipulator in comic books (DC Who’s Who V1 #15).
Doctor Strange (Marvel) is trapped in a mirror by the Salem Seven (Marvel) in Marvel Knights 4 #27.
Action Comics V1 #269 (DC)
Forbidden Worlds #52 (ACG)
Forbidden Worlds #99 (ACG)
Forbidden Worlds #109 (ACG)
Mystery Tales #25 (Atlas)
The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves #6 (Charlton)
The Twilight Zone #90 (Gold Key).
Dewoz (Marvel) can use mirrors as transport in Young Inhumans.
A man is trapped in a mirror in Tales of Suspense V1 #38.
Trading Card Games use a great deal of mirror manipulation.
House of Mirrors
The Shattered Mirror
Ghost Trap Mirror – Sandman Presents-Thessaly-Witch for Hire #1
Jonni Future – Tom Strong’s Terrific Tales #12 (America’s Best Comics)
Mirror Man (DC) – Detective Comics #213
Mirror Master – Mirror – DC Heroes-DC Technical Manual
Slaine – “The Treasures of Britain” – 2000 AD #1025
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