Size Reduction (object) – The ability to make an object and/or person smaller. Similar to (152) Dwarf Anatomy and (396) Size Reduction (self).
Literary Critique of Size Reduction (object)
Brainiac (DC) shrinks the super family in Action Comics V1 #280.
Brainiac is famous for shrinking Kandor (Who’s Who #12).
Supergirl (DC) shrinks Superman in Superman V1 #365.
A Kandor based story over at Thrillbent:
A Kandor reference in Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors V2 #2 (Image).
Henry Pym (DC) shrinks War Machine (DC).
Henry Pym created a prison that housed shrunken supervillains in She-Hulk V1 #12.
Doctor Doom (Marvel) seemingly shrinks the Red Skull (Marvel) in Astonishing Tales V1 #5.
Cable (Marvel) shrinks Galactus (Marvel) in Cosmic Ghost Rider #3 (2018).
Lex Luthor (DC) steals a trick from Brainiac and shrinks Superman in Annual DC Comics Presents-Superman Golden Age Superman #1.
The Fantastic Voyage TV Show included the C.M.D.F. (Combined Miniature Defense Force) in a Gold Key comic book.
The Fantastic Voyage Movie in a Gold Key comic book.
In Little Archie #34, Archie is shrunken by some aliens.
A scientist inadvertently shrinks a bully in Strange Tales of the Unusual #10.
Aron Aut (DC) – Justice League of America #17
Dr. Mortal – Weird Comics #5 (Fox)
Action Comics V1 #245
Action Comics V1 #283
Adventure Comics V1 #308
Adventure Comics V1 #330
Adventures into the Unknown #63
Adventures into the Unknown #76
Daredevil V1 #8
Detective Comics V1 #148
Flash V1 #109
Forbidden Worlds #58
Forbidden Worlds #75
Forbidden Worlds #97
House of Mystery #68
Justice League V1 #10
Justice League of America V1 #18
Justice League of America V1 #60
Wonder Woman V1 #31
Make sure to read: Size Lessons in Comic Books
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