Time Manipulation – The ability to affect the flow of time by slowing, accelerating, reversing, or stopping time.
Chronos (DC) is a supervillain that has this power but started out using a lot of corny mechanical weapons with a time theme. The evolution from corny gimmicks to solid powers is a common one with characters making the transition from the Silver Age to the Modern Age (Who’s Who in the DC Universe #4).
Glorith (DC) is a supervillain that has this power but her powers are sorcery based unlike most characters with this power (Who’s Who in the DC Universe #9).
In Legion of Super-Heroes V3 #50, the Infinite Man (DC) battles the Time Trapper (DC) and both are destroyed. The Time Trapper appears to die but survives in Mon-El’s mind. Mon-El kills the Time Trapper and Glorith creates the Glorithverse.
The Linear Men provide the same function as the TAV in the Marvel universe but were very poorly conceived compared with the TAV. The Linear Men are incredibly ignorant of Hypertime which is the DC version of alternate timelines! The Linear Men did have a cool headquarters at the end of time called the Vanishing Point.
The Borg try to rewrite history in Star Trek: Alien Spotlight – Borg (IDW) and the Federation Temporal Integrity Commission is nowhere to be found.
Tempo (Marvel) is a supervillain that has this power can slow, stop or speed up time.
The Time Variance Authority (TAV) in the Marvel universe is willing to discontinue timelines that are deemed too dangerous to exist! Mr. Moebius explains the technical details of the TVA operation in the Fantastic Four V1 #353.
Waverider (DC) is a superhero that has this power and can travel through time, monitor the time stream and see a person’s future just by touching them (Who’s Who in the DC Universe #10).
Backslash (DC) can rewind time in Zatanna #12.
Clockwork (Ben 10) can slow down time.
Eon (Ben 10) is willing to eliminate timelines.
Doctor Doom (Marvel) uses Mjolnir to freeze time in Thor V1 #410.
Hamza Mansour (Wildstorm) can manipulate time and is a member of Gen¹³.
Kang (Marvel) can doctor time and resolve paradoxes in Avengers V6 #1.
Lacuna (Marvel) can create a temporary ripple in the timestream, which allows her to move about freely within a nano-second temporal period while everything else remains frozen in time in All-New OHOTMU A to Z #6.
Rofl (Monkeybrain) can freeze time in Edison Rex #18.
Time stands still in Tales to Astonish V1 #4.
A man can turn back time in Tales to Astonish V1 #36.
Temporal Dog – TSR 2166 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 3
Temporal Stalker – TSR 2166 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 3
Time Killer – Creature Collection II. Dark Menagerie
The Uatu the Watcher (Marvel) speeds up time in Tales of Suspense V1 #58.
Riek Bukenya (Marvel) can slow down time but has to slow down his heart to do this and this has deadly consequences in Muties #3.
Trading Card Games use time manipulation a great deal. Not surprisingly there is a lot of time manipulation in Doctor Who card games.
Doctor Who-Ghost Shift
Doctor Who-Time Contour
Doctor Who-Time Corridor
Doctor Who-Time Crash
Doctor Who-Time Dams
Doctor Who-Time Destructor
Doctor Who-Time Dirigible
Doctor Who-Time Eddy
Doctor Who-Time Explained
Doctor Who-Time Loop
Doctor Who-Time Lord Casket
Doctor Who-Time Lord Fobwatch
Doctor Who-Time Portal
Doctor Who-Time Rift
Doctor Who-Time Running Out
Doctor Who-Time Scoop
Doctor Who-Time Storm
Doctor Who-Timeline Erasure
Doctor Who-Timespace Tunnel
Doctor Who-Timey Wimey Detector
Sailor Moon Location Portal of Time
Time Displacement Laboratory
Time Lab Discovered
Timepiece of Klorr
Times Past to Present
Timeshift Day into Night
Timeshift Night into Day