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7th Jan '17 4:33:50 AM narm00
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** Sigrid Nansen/Icemaiden that replace briefly Ice in the Justice League. Her greatest ability is to become very cold and create ice armor in times of great stress.

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** Sigrid Nansen/Icemaiden that replace Nansen/Icemaiden, who briefly replaced Ice in the Justice League. Her greatest ability is to become very cold and create ice armor in times of great stress.
6th Jan '17 12:12:26 PM MiddleEighth
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**There's an ice manipulator in ''Fanfic/TheKeysStandAlone: The Soft World''. John's water-charm is ''quite'' contemptuous of her.
18th Dec '16 8:33:29 AM Gatordragon24
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* Evie, the Winter Witch from ''VideoGame/{{Paladins}}'' is a Flank champion that specializes in ice for most of her abilities. Her main weapon is an ice staff that fires slow, but powerful blasts of ice. She can encase herself in a block of ice to shield from damage and her ultimate conjures a blizzard that damages, slows, and cripples enemies. Her only abilities that don't involve ice are her [[TeleportSpam Blink]] ability and her [[FlyingBroomstick Soar]] ability.
15th Dec '16 8:39:25 AM ChrisX
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Brigandine}}'', ice magic is the main magic of choice by female spellcasters like Enchantresses, Sorceresses, Witches, though the male Sorcerer and Wizard class can access such magic too. However, the ruler of Norgard, Vaynard, is not only a physical fighter, he's also capable of casting ice magic, and being a GeniusBruiser, both his attacks and ice magic hurt a lot.
15th Dec '16 5:10:20 AM ChrisX
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** The resident ice user in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' is Yusuke Kitagawa, though he also balances out with physical spells.
26th Nov '16 2:33:41 AM rafi
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** The minor villain from ''ComicBook/IronMan'', Blizzard is his multiple incarnations. All the Blizzards have similar powers, derived from their costumes. Micro-circuited cryogenic units make it possible to emit freezing rays, which lower the temperature of the surrounding air (or objects) and release ice as a projectile.

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** The minor villain from ''ComicBook/IronMan'', Blizzard is in his multiple incarnations. All the Blizzards have similar powers, derived from their costumes. Micro-circuited cryogenic units make it possible to emit freezing rays, which lower the temperature of the surrounding air (or objects) and release ice as a projectile.
26th Nov '16 2:33:09 AM rafi
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* The DCU is chock full of these guys, including (but definitely not limited to):

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* The DCU Franchise/{{DCU}} is chock full of these guys, including (but definitely not limited to):



** [[Franchise/TheFlash Captain Cold]], whose "cold gun" reaches temperatures of absolute zero, which causes water molecules in the air to immediately form ice, which can be used to freeze people (though because of his code against killing innocents, he usually simply holds people in suspended animation rather than outright kill them), create objects from ice, and also to produce a "cold field" which slows down things around him and is used as explanation as to why he might be able to deal with the Flash.
*** As of the ComicBook/{{New 52}}, he seems to no longer require the cold gun.
*** As of ComicBook/ForeverEvil, he requires his cold gun once again.

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** [[Franchise/TheFlash Franchise/TheFlash villain, Captain Cold]], Cold whose "cold gun" reaches temperatures of absolute zero, which causes water molecules in the air to immediately form ice, which can be used to freeze people (though because of his code against killing innocents, he usually simply holds people in suspended animation rather than outright kill them), create objects from ice, and also to produce a "cold field" which slows down things around him and is used as explanation as to why he might be able to deal with the Flash.
*** As of In the ComicBook/{{New 52}}, he seems to no longer require the cold gun.
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gun. As of ComicBook/ForeverEvil, he requires his cold gun once again.



** Tora Olafsdotter/Ice. In the ''ComicBook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline she used her ice powers to freeze a super-villain who was kicking the butts of three [[Franchise/GreenLantern Red Lanterns]].
** Sigrid Nansen/Icemaiden, Dr. Joar Mahkent and his son, Cameron (both codenamed Icicle), and others in ''Franchise/TheDCU''.
** An issue of ''ComicBook/JusticeLeague Adventures'', set in the Franchise/{{DCAU}}, featured a team-up of Icicle, Mr. Freeze, Captain Cold, Killer Frost, obscure Franchise/WonderWoman foe Minister Blizzard, even more obscure Outsiders foe, the Cryonic Man, and downright "Sorry, ''who?''" Batman foe the Snowman. All led by Polar Lord, a new villain from [[ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Polar Boy's]] home planet. The story was called "Cold War".

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** Tora Olafsdotter/Ice. She can, at will, project in various forms quantities of ice and snow through her hands just enough to down an opponent. She can create platforms of ice upon which she can skate. In the ''ComicBook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' storyline she used her ice powers to freeze a super-villain who was kicking the butts of three [[Franchise/GreenLantern Red Lanterns]].
** Sigrid Nansen/Icemaiden, Nansen/Icemaiden that replace briefly Ice in the Justice League. Her greatest ability is to become very cold and create ice armor in times of great stress.
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Dr. Joar Mahkent and his son, Cameron (both codenamed Icicle), two ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica'' villains. The first was a normal human with a Freeze Ray. His son Cameron, the second Icicle, can generate and others in ''Franchise/TheDCU''.
control ice. This because his father's prolonged exposure to the weapon altered his genetics, allowing him to biologically pass down to his son the ability to freeze objects and people or to lower the temperature of a room or other area.
** An issue of ''ComicBook/JusticeLeague Adventures'', set in the Franchise/{{DCAU}}, Adventures'' featured a team-up of Icicle, Mr. Freeze, Captain Cold, Killer Frost, obscure Franchise/WonderWoman foe Minister Blizzard, even more obscure Outsiders foe, the Cryonic Man, and downright "Sorry, ''who?''" Batman foe the Snowman. All led by Polar Lord, a new villain from [[ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Polar Boy's]] home planet. The story was called "Cold War".



* The Snow Queen is a prominent villain in ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}''.
* Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} also fits into this trope since his acquisition of an AncientArtifact which; if myth can be believed, not only holds power over the seven seas of the entire world but all the elements connected with said ocean lord.
** N52 version supplements this claim as his new ProngsOfPoseidon allotted him by the aforementioned sea god to utilize [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice with lethal effect]]
* Bobby Drake, aka ComicBook/{{Iceman}}, from ''Comicbook/XMen''. That's just how he started out -- turns out, he's an Omega-level mutant (that means his full potential is ''Phoenix-class!'') with complete control over moisture. When ComicBook/EmmaFrost (who is a psychic and normally has nothing to do with ice despite the name and the white outfit) took his body over, she did things with his powers that he could never do on his own... but he's learning bit by bit.
** One ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' comic suggests that he could basically become the next [[Characters/TheMightyThor Ymir]].
** In the Draco story arc, Bobby Drake gets his head cut off (in Ice form). He later reforms it using the water coming from a demon opponent. Later, Beast issues a research paper regarding this unique mutation for Iceman.

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* The Snow Queen is a prominent villain in ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}''.
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** Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} also fits into this trope since his acquisition of an AncientArtifact which; if myth can be believed, not only holds power over the seven seas of the entire world but all the elements connected with said ocean lord.
** *** N52 version supplements this claim as his new ProngsOfPoseidon allotted him by the aforementioned sea god to utilize [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice with lethal effect]]
** ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'' has Cold Turkey (a turkey with a freeze gun) and King Kone (a gorilla in a cryo-suit with an ''ice cream'' gun).
* ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse''.
**
Bobby Drake, aka ComicBook/{{Iceman}}, from ''Comicbook/XMen''. That's just how he started out -- turns out, he's an Omega-level mutant (that means his full potential is ''Phoenix-class!'') with complete control over moisture. When ComicBook/EmmaFrost (who is a psychic and normally has nothing to do with ice despite the name and the white outfit) took his body over, she did things with his powers that he could never do on his own... but he's learning bit by bit.
** *** One ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' comic suggests that he could basically become the next [[Characters/TheMightyThor Ymir]].
** *** In the Draco story arc, Bobby Drake gets his head cut off (in Ice form). He later reforms it using the water coming from a demon opponent. Later, Beast issues a research paper regarding this unique mutation for Iceman.



* Blizzard in the Franchise/MarvelUniverse.

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* ** The minor villain from ''ComicBook/IronMan'', Blizzard in is his multiple incarnations. All the Franchise/MarvelUniverse.Blizzards have similar powers, derived from their costumes. Micro-circuited cryogenic units make it possible to emit freezing rays, which lower the temperature of the surrounding air (or objects) and release ice as a projectile.
** From ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'':
*** Skurge the Executioner f. Using his Axe, he opens a portal ([[AbsurdlySharpBlade by cutting the air]]) to a dimension of cold, letting the icy wind blow onto his enemies. He can also do the same thing with a dimension of [[PlayingWithFire fire]].
*** Ymir can create blizzards with no effort, among other such Ice-related abilities (he is much stronger than most Giants, as he is the original Norse one). However, unlike Frost Giants, he is an Ice Giant and seems to be literal living ice.
*** Kelda has weather control powers, which includes generating ice and forming weapons from it. And she can make poisonous ice.
*** Loki has many mystical powers at his disposal, but he's got a talent for ice magic thanks to his Frost Giant heritage.
** There was an obscure GoldenAge Creator/MarvelComics hero named Jack Frost with these powers. ComicBook/TheMightyThor eventually declared him to have been a diminutive [[Myth/NorseMythology frost giant.]]
* Sub-Zero, from ''Blue Bolt Comics'', gained ice powers when his spaceship passed through a comet.
* Tor from ''Crack Comics'' had control over ice.
* Frostbite from ''DV8'' has an odd twist on the formula: his power is absorbing heat. He uses this to freeze enemies in their tracks, but he can also release his stored heat in an explosive blast.
* One-shot villain Icy Mike, for whom Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'s boyfriend, Thugboy, once worked.



* Skurge the Executioner from ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor''. Using his Axe, he opens a portal ([[AbsurdlySharpBlade by cutting the air]]) to a dimension of cold, letting the icy wind blow onto his enemies. He can also do the same thing with a dimension of [[PlayingWithFire fire]].
** Ymir can create blizzards with no effort, among other such Ice-related abilities (he is much stronger than most Giants, as he is the original Norse one). However, unlike Frost Giants, he is an Ice Giant and seems to be literal living ice.
** Kelda has weather control powers, which includes generating ice and forming weapons from it. And she can make poisonous ice.
** Loki has many mystical powers at his disposal, but he's got a talent for ice magic thanks to his Frost Giant heritage.
* Sub-Zero, from ''Blue Bolt Comics'', gained ice powers when his spaceship passed through a comet.

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* Skurge the Executioner from ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor''. Using his Axe, he opens a portal ([[AbsurdlySharpBlade by cutting the air]]) to a dimension of cold, letting the icy wind blow onto his enemies. He can also do the same thing with a dimension of [[PlayingWithFire fire]].
** Ymir can create blizzards with no effort, among other such Ice-related abilities (he
The Snow Queen is much stronger than most Giants, as he is the original Norse one). However, unlike Frost Giants, he is an Ice Giant and seems to be literal living ice.
** Kelda has weather control powers, which includes generating ice and forming weapons from it. And she can make poisonous ice.
** Loki has many mystical powers at his disposal, but he's got
a talent for ice magic thanks to his Frost Giant heritage.
* Sub-Zero, from ''Blue Bolt Comics'', gained ice powers when his spaceship passed through a comet.
prominent villain in ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}''.



* Tor from ''Crack Comics'' had control over ice.
* One-shot villain Icy Mike, for whom Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'s boyfriend, Thugboy, once worked.
* Frostbite from ''DV8'' has an odd twist on the formula: his power is absorbing heat. He uses this to freeze enemies in their tracks, but he can also release his stored heat in an explosive blast.
* There was an obscure GoldenAge Creator/MarvelComics hero named Jack Frost with these powers. ComicBook/TheMightyThor eventually declared him to have been a diminutive [[Myth/NorseMythology frost giant.]]
* ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'' has Cold Turkey (a turkey with a freeze gun) and King Kone (a gorilla in a cryo-suit with an ''ice cream'' gun).
30th Oct '16 8:34:27 PM ZootyCutie94
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* Ice-Bat from ''Toys/{{Uglydolls}}''. Everything he touches turns into ice, and he lives in a frozen cave system, but his heart is the warmest part of him.
29th Oct '16 4:47:05 PM Sharlee
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* Victor Fries makes his debut on ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' in season two, initially as an ordinary man with a freeze-gun and an expertise in cryogenics. By season's end, he's become incapable of surviving normal temperatures and been equipped with a cryo-suit by Hugo Strange.
29th Oct '16 4:41:43 PM Sharlee
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* Kane from the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial ''Dragonfire'' is an ultra-low-temperature humanoid alien whose ungloved touch can freeze someone to death within seconds.

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* Kane from the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial ''Dragonfire'' is an ultra-low-temperature humanoid alien who can't endure above-freezing conditions, and whose ungloved touch can freeze someone to death within seconds.seconds. Coincidentally, his backstory features TheLostLenore, much like [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Mr. Freeze]].
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