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3rd Dec '16 1:59:23 AM Tron80
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* The ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}} has Invisible Kids I & II. Various parts of this trope have come into play, with their {{backstor|y}}ies, mostly with the original I-Kid. In almost all of the various incarnations of the Legion, I-Kid invents the invisibility serum basically out of boredom. It's only in the Post-ComicBook/ZeroHour reboot that I-Kid was working for Black Hole, an Earth government spy agency, when he invented it. In the threeboot, he found out that his father had been having him make it to give to the Science Police; it's here that the rest of the trope is introduced as he's alienated from the rest of the Legion, except for a few others.

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* The ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}} ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes has Invisible Kids I & II. Various parts of this trope have come into play, with their {{backstor|y}}ies, mostly with the original I-Kid. In almost all of the various incarnations of the Legion, I-Kid invents the invisibility serum basically out of boredom. It's only in the Post-ComicBook/ZeroHour reboot that I-Kid was working for Black Hole, an Earth government spy agency, when he invented it. In the threeboot, he found out that his father had been having him make it to give to the Science Police; it's here that the rest of the trope is introduced as he's alienated from the rest of the Legion, except for a few others.



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3rd Dec '16 1:58:34 AM Tron80
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* One of the [[SuperpowerLottery many powers]] of the ComicBook/MartianManhunter.

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* One of the [[SuperpowerLottery many powers]] of the ComicBook/MartianManhunter.ComicBook/MartianManhunter and Miss Martian. In ''Comicbook/WarWorld'' J'onn turns invisible to catch Mongul by surprise.
28th Nov '16 6:00:31 AM CritterKeeper
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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has ''more'' than one invisibility spell, and yes, invisibility is ''awesome''. The previous edition Invisibility spell allows invisibility until the invisible person attacks -- presumably only for game balance, as most invisible persons outside of D&D can attack and stay invisible. Of course, now, not only is the former second level AD&D spell a ''16th'' level spell in D&D 4e, its been suitably [[http://dnd4.com/dd-4th-edition-wizard-spells nerfed]].

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has ''more'' than one invisibility spell, and yes, invisibility is ''awesome''. The previous edition Invisibility spell allows invisibility until the invisible person attacks -- presumably only for game balance, as most invisible persons outside of D&D can attack and stay invisible. Of course, now, not only is the former second level AD&D spell a ''16th'' level spell in D&D 4e, its it's been suitably [[http://dnd4.com/dd-4th-edition-wizard-spells nerfed]].
25th Nov '16 11:03:32 AM Sharlee
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* Quite a few aquatic fishes and invertebrates have wholly or partially transparent bodies with a similar refractive index to water's, making them very difficult for predators to spot.

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* Quite a few Some aquatic fishes and invertebrates have wholly or partially transparent bodies with a similar refractive index to water's, making them very difficult for predators to spot.spot visually.
25th Nov '16 11:02:52 AM Sharlee
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* Quite a few aquatic fishes and invertebrates have wholly or partially transparent bodies with a similar refractive index to water's, making them very difficult for predators to spot.
20th Nov '16 2:18:32 PM Ragitsu
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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has ''more'' than one invisibility spell, and yes, invisibility is ''awesome''. The previous edition Invisibility spell allows invisibility until the invisible person attacks -- presumably only for game balance, as most invisible persons outside of D&D can attack and stay invisible. Of course, now, not only is the former second level AD&D spell a ''16th'' level spell in D&D 4e, it's been suitably [[http://dnd4.com/dd-4th-edition-wizard-spells nerfed]].

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has ''more'' than one invisibility spell, and yes, invisibility is ''awesome''. The previous edition Invisibility spell allows invisibility until the invisible person attacks -- presumably only for game balance, as most invisible persons outside of D&D can attack and stay invisible. Of course, now, not only is the former second level AD&D spell a ''16th'' level spell in D&D 4e, it's its been suitably [[http://dnd4.com/dd-4th-edition-wizard-spells nerfed]].
30th Oct '16 7:01:43 PM Ninjabot
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* Shizuka Joestar from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' Part 4 has invisibility as her Stand ability, which she can also use on her surroundings within a certain radius. Unfortunately, being a baby, she has no control over her Stand so its powers just amplify whenever she's frightened.
23rd Oct '16 5:14:33 AM erforce
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* The invisible man of the film of ''TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' uses [[CoatHatMask a full-length coat, gloves, sunglasses, a hat and white makeup applied to his face]] (which, by happy coincidence, allows the actor to use his real face in close-ups).

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* The invisible man of the film of ''TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' ''Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' uses [[CoatHatMask a full-length coat, gloves, sunglasses, a hat and white makeup applied to his face]] (which, by happy coincidence, allows the actor to use his real face in close-ups).
28th Sep '16 2:40:11 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'':
** There is technology that allows assassins to cloak themselves completely, although they're still visible on infrared.
** Judge Dredd once ran into a Franchise/{{Predator}} who was hunting for Judges in Mega-City One, which frequently used its invisibility tech to escape.
** In one story someone digs up a highly advanced weaponized wristband from the future, one of the features allowing the wearer to become invisible even to infrared.
28th Sep '16 2:39:18 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'':
** There is technology that allows assassins to cloak themselves completely, although they're still visible on infrared.
** Judge Dredd once ran into a Franchise/{{Predator}} who was hunting for Judges in Mega-City One, which frequently used its invisibility tech to escape.
** In one story someone digs up a highly advanced weaponized wristband from the future, one of the features allowing the wearer to become invisible even to infrared.
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