Super Power: 5 Super Powers That Make Invisible Woman Fantastic

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INVISIBLE WOMAN’S FORCE FIELDS CAN SURVIVE A BLACK HOLE

In 'Fantastic Four Unlimited' (1993) #3, Invisible Woman creates a force field inside a black hole in the Negative Zone.
In ‘Fantastic Four Unlimited’ (1993) #3, Invisible Woman creates a force field inside a black hole in the Negative Zone. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Invisible Woman is one of the Marvel powerhouses. To boot, her power extends to the Galaxy Level. Her main super power is the power to create force fields or force field bubbles. She has created force fields to withstand blows from Luke Cage, or to restrain Absorbing Man. In ‘Fantastic Four Unlimited’ (1993) #3, Invisible Woman proved why she is one of the most powerful members of the Fantastic Four.

In a scientific expedition to the Negative Zone, the Fantastic Four, Blastaar and Annihilus ended up inside a vortex or black hole. The team was protected by Annihilus’ cosmic control rod and Blastaar’s helmet. As they were being sucked into the vortex by its distortion waves, their tech starting wearing off and Reed started fearing for their lives. At that moment, Sue came to their rescue and created a force field inside the black hole. Thus, she proved why her power may be without limit!

Let’s list down Sue Storm’s five most fantastic super powers.

INVISIBLE WOMAN’S FIVE FANTASTIC SUPER POWERS

PSIONIC FORCE FIELDS

In 'Fantastic Four' (1986) #286, Sue Storm blocks Jean Grey's telekinesis with force fields.
In ‘Fantastic Four’ (1986) #286, Sue Storm blocks Jean Grey’s telekinesis with force fields. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

In ‘Fantastic Four’ (1986) #286, the Avengers have recovered a strange capsule from Jamaica Bay containing life. During the night, as Captain America and Mister Fantastic are studying it, the capsule begins levitating. A young girl steps out and levitates the Avengers and Fantastic Four pinning them to the ceiling. She thinks they are Steven Lang’s duplicates. Invisible Woman arrives and takes her down. As the girl attempts her telekinesis on Invisible Woman, Sue blocks it with force fields. She frees the others from the X-Man’s control. Later, they find out the young girl is the X-Man Marvel Girl, long missing for years.

INVISIBILITY

In 'Silver Surfer' (1987) #15, Invisible Woman shoots Silver Surfer with an invisible gun before he can react.
In ‘Silver Surfer’ (1987) #15, Invisible Woman shoots Silver Surfer with an invisible gun before he can react. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Perhaps, Invisible Woman’s most famous super power is the ability to turn herself and other objects and persons invisible. Susan is able to manipulate ambient cosmic energy for a variety of effects. In ‘Silver Surfer’ (1987) #15, Invisible Woman has to trade the Silver Surfer’s life in exchange for the Soul Gems. She shoots him with an invisible gun before he can react.

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COLOR MANIPULATION

In 'Invisible Woman' (2019) #3, Invisible Woman turns her hair color from blonde to brunette.
In ‘Invisible Woman’ (2019) #3, Invisible Woman turns her hair color from blonde to brunette. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

In ‘Invisible Woman’ (2019) #3, Invisible Woman needs to find her partner or face execution. To this end, she goes undercover and becomes a spy! In order to begin her mission, Invisible Woman uses her color manipulation power to turn her hair from blonde to brunette.

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COSMIC RAY AWARENESS

In 'Fantastic Four' (2002) #62, Invisible Woman can see cosmic rays.
In ‘Fantastic Four’ (2002) #62, Invisible Woman can see cosmic rays. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Invisible Woman has a form of cosmic awareness. In ‘Fantastic Four’ (2002) #62, Sue has turned Reed invisible so that he can work undetected in Times Square, New York. As Reed is working on mathematical equations, Sue asks him how it is possible for her to see him while he is invisible.

Cosmic Ray Awareness: Sue’s retina are able to detect cosmic rays as well as visible light. This allows her to perceive her own force fields and other invisible objects and, with concentration, can also provide her with a limited form of vision, allowing her to “see” even if blinded.

-SUSAN STORM, MARVEL DATABASE

FANTASTIC FOUR POWER SYNERGISM

In 'Marvel 2-In-One' (2018) #3, Thing and the Human Torch about their power synergism from Rachna Koul.
In ‘Marvel 2-In-One’ (2018) #3, Thing and the Human Torch about their power synergism from Rachna Koul. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Oddly, Invisible Woman shares a super power with the Fantastic Four. In ‘Marvel 2-In-One’ (2018) #3, Reed Richards sends Thing and the Human Torch a message that he needs help as he is in danger in another universe. However, Human Torch has been experiencing some power loss and needs help. Then, Thing takes him to see Hercules who requested assistance from Zeus deprived him of his godly super powers. Surely, Surely, Hercules takes them to see Rachna Koul, a scientist that helps superheroes and supervillains with super power issues for money. Rachna tells them that the Fanastic Four have a super power synergism and the farther away they are from each other, the more they will lose their super powers.

Fantastic Four Power Synergism: The original members of the Fantastic Four are tethered to each other, and act as as their own conduits of power. They can be apart within their own universe and retain a connection, but prolonged periods cut off from each other in other universes result in a gradual decline in power levels. If they spend too much time separated this way, they would eventually become powerless.

-SUSAN STORM, MARVEL DATABASE

FEAT OF THE DAY: IN ‘FANTASTIC FOUR’ #22, INVISIBLE WOMAN BEATS SHE-HULK, THING, TITANIA AND ABSORBING MAN WITH A FORCE FIELD CONSTRUCT

In 'Fantastic Four' (1999) #22, Invisible Woman beats She-Hulk, Thing, Titania and Absorbing Man with a force field construct.
In ‘Fantastic Four’ (1999) #22, Invisible Woman beats She-Hulk, Thing, Titania and Absorbing Man with a force field construct. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

RESOURCES

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SOURCES

Fantastic Four Unlimited Vol 1 3 in Marvel Database.
Fantastic Four Vol 1 286 in Marvel Database.
Silver Surfer Vol 3 15 in Marvel Database.
Invisible Woman Vol 1 3 in Marvel Database.
Fantastic Four Vol 3 62 in Marvel Database.
Marvel 2-In-One Vol 1 3 in Marvel Database.
Susan Storm (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Fantastic Four Vol 3 22 in Marvel Database.

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