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15th Mar '17 8:57:23 PM Discar
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* The Parshendi of ''Literature/WordsOfRadiance'' have a minor version of this: they can shift between certain specific forms by bonding appropriate spren to their bodies. So far, they have learned how to assume dullform (weak and stupid, their baseline state), mateform (lust-crazed, capable of reproduction), workform (strong, but with a mental block against confrontation), warform (strong and aggressive, with natural armor plate growing from the skin), and nimbleform (dexterous and agile, useful for precise work). [[spoiler: And in ''Literature/WordsOfRadiance'', they learn how to assume stormform, which grants ShockAndAwe powers but leaves them AxCrazy.]]

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* ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'': The Parshendi of ''Literature/WordsOfRadiance'' have a minor version of this: they can shift between certain specific forms by bonding appropriate spren to their bodies. So far, they have learned how to assume dullform (weak and stupid, their baseline state), mateform (lust-crazed, capable of reproduction), workform (strong, but with a mental block against confrontation), warform (strong and aggressive, with natural armor plate growing from the skin), and nimbleform (dexterous and agile, useful for precise work). [[spoiler: And in ''Literature/WordsOfRadiance'', they learn how to assume stormform, which grants ShockAndAwe powers but leaves them AxCrazy.]]
15th Mar '17 6:49:59 PM MistRider
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** Princess Luna is capable of shifting to or from her Nightmare Moon form at will. She also turns into a thorn and several ponies at once (the [[EvilKnockoff Shadowbolts]]) as [[JekyllAndHyde Nightmare Moon.]]

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** Princess Luna is capable of shifting to or from her [[JekyllAndHyde Nightmare Moon form at will. She also turns Moon]] can turn into a thorn and even several ponies at once (the [[EvilKnockoff Shadowbolts]]) as [[JekyllAndHyde Nightmare Moon.]]Shadowbolts]]).
14th Mar '17 4:15:18 AM SebastianGray
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* The Changeling, a powerful Daemonic Herald of the Chaos God of Magic from ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'', ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar'' and ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'', is able to alter its form at will, using this ability to advance the plots of its nefarious master and generally spread as much chaos and misdirection as possible. It is said that the Changeling has taken on so many forms over the course of its existence that it has forgotten its original form.
12th Mar '17 5:55:06 AM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-040 SCP-040 ("Evolution's Child")]]. SCP-040-1a was created by SCP-040. It has polymorphic abilities and can change its size, shape, color, and texture as necessary to act as outer clothing (e.g. a sweater) for SCP-040.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-424 SCP-424 ("Nanomimes")]]. SCP-424 can take the form (but not the coloration) of any object or creature it has ever seen.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-523 SCP-523 ("The Most Unhelpful Object On Earth")]]. When SCP-523 escapes from containment, it changes its form to that of a useful object. When someone tries to use it for a specific purpose, it changes to another form that's not useful at all for that purpose.
** [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-845 SCP-845 ("Liquid Polecat")]]. SCP-845 is a polecat that can change into a light brown liquid similar to water.
** [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-929 SCP-929 ("The Cuckoo")]]. When SCP-929 comes within three meters of an animal it will rapidly change into a younger version of the animal. It will stay in that form until the animal it's imitating dies or it's attacked.
** [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-953 SCP-953 ("Polymorphic Humanoid")]]. SCP-953 normally has the form of a small Red Fox, but can take the form of objects and living creatures, including that of an attractive Korean woman.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1536 SCP-1536 ("Doppelgängers")]]. SCP-1536 can transform itself into any moving object or animal it sees, once every 16 minutes. SCP-1536 cannot be distinguished from what it copied by any known test.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1537 SCP-1537 ("Akul'hil")]]. SCP-1537-A can change into an almost limitless variety of shapes. They can also increase their mass to up 3 times normal and make their skin as strong as steel.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1961 SCP-1961 ("Transformation Booth")]]. SCP-1961-1 can take the form of any living creature of the same mass, including non-humans and SCP objects. They can retain human form for up to 4 hours but any kind of shock or strong emotions will cause them to melt down.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2054 SCP-2054 ("The Double")]]. SCP-2054 is an entity capable of duplicating the form of a human being so completely that all of the science and technology of the Foundation can't tell the duplicate from the original. SCP-2054 is also able to copy the mind of the target well enough to convincingly impersonate them.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2750 SCP-2750 ("Navajo Skinwalkers")]]. All member of the original SCP-2750 could change into at least five different animals found in the southwest U.S., such as crows, wolves, coyotes, eagles and foxes. Some members could change into nine or more types of animals.
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-040 SCP-040 ("Evolution's Child")]]. SCP-040-1a was created by SCP-040. It has polymorphic abilities and can change its size, shape, color, and texture as necessary to act as outer clothing (e.g. a sweater) for SCP-040.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-424 SCP-424 ("Nanomimes")]]. SCP-424 can take the form (but not the coloration) of any object or creature it has ever seen.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-523 SCP-523 ("The Most Unhelpful Object On Earth")]]. When SCP-523 escapes from containment, it changes its form to that of a useful object. When someone tries to use it for a specific purpose, it changes to another form that's not useful at all for that purpose.
** [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-845 SCP-845 ("Liquid Polecat")]]. SCP-845 is a polecat that can change into a light brown liquid similar to water.
** [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-929 SCP-929 ("The Cuckoo")]]. When SCP-929 comes within three meters of an animal it will rapidly change into a younger version of the animal. It will stay in that form until the animal it's imitating dies or it's attacked.
** [[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-953 SCP-953 ("Polymorphic Humanoid")]]. SCP-953 normally has the form of a small Red Fox, but can take the form of objects and living creatures, including that of an attractive Korean woman.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1536 SCP-1536 ("Doppelgängers")]]. SCP-1536 can transform itself into any moving object or animal it sees, once every 16 minutes. SCP-1536 cannot be distinguished from what it copied by any known test.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1537 SCP-1537 ("Akul'hil")]]. SCP-1537-A can change into an almost limitless variety of shapes. They can also increase their mass to up 3 times normal and make their skin as strong as steel.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1961 SCP-1961 ("Transformation Booth")]]. SCP-1961-1 can take the form of any living creature of the same mass, including non-humans and SCP objects. They can retain human form for up to 4 hours but any kind of shock or strong emotions will cause them to melt down.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2054 SCP-2054 ("The Double")]]. SCP-2054 is an entity capable of duplicating the form of a human being so completely that all of the science and technology of the Foundation can't tell the duplicate from the original. SCP-2054 is also able to copy the mind of the target well enough to convincingly impersonate them.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2750 SCP-2750 ("Navajo Skinwalkers")]]. All member of the original SCP-2750 could change into at least five different animals found in the southwest U.S., such as crows, wolves, coyotes, eagles and foxes. Some members could change into nine or more types of animals.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2757 SCP-2757 ("Dr. Wondertainment's Projector Fantastico™")]]. When the SCP-2757 projector is used with the film SCP-2757-1e ''The Valiant Crusaders'', one of the powers gained by the experimental subjects is shapeshifting.
7th Mar '17 8:36:51 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Faceless Men like Jaqen H'ghar can change their faces at will.
6th Mar '17 1:29:59 PM PhantomRider
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** The T-X from ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' is a downplayed version of this. It's composed of liquid metal over a solid Terminator skeleton. Due to this it can't do quite as much reshaping as the entirely liquid metal T-1000, but it can still alter its appearance and take on people's identities.

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** The T-X from ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' is a downplayed version of this. It's composed of liquid metal over a solid Terminator skeleton. Due to this it can't do quite as much reshaping as the entirely liquid metal T-1000, in exchange for having the hardware to do some things the T-1000 couldn't, but it can still alter its appearance and take on people's identities.



** Emma Frost in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', can turn into a crystalline form of herself that is immune to psychic influence, but isn't immune to Erik's powers.

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** Emma Frost in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', can turn into a crystalline form of herself that is immune to psychic influence, but isn't immune to Erik's powers. There is debate/retcons/etc. over whether or not they're both versions of ''the'' Comicbook/EmmaFrost.



** Given how those who reside on Odo's planet of birth, though not Odo himself (Odo is noted as inferior at the art compared to those shifters, and unlike them cannot mimic faces just right) manage to actually replace "solids" and impersonate them successfully even in interactions with those who know the real person well (e.g. fooling the [=DS9=] crew when taking Bashir's form, and Gowron when taking Martok's form), they somehow must have the very powerful ability to even access many of the memories of those whose forms they take.

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** Given how those who reside on Odo's planet of birth, though not Odo himself (Odo is noted as inferior at the art compared to those shifters, and unlike them cannot mimic faces just right) manage to actually replace "solids" and impersonate them successfully even in interactions with those who know the real person well (e.g. fooling the [=DS9=] crew when taking Bashir's form, and Gowron when taking Martok's form), they somehow must have the very powerful ability to even access many of the memories of those whose forms they take. Odo himself manages some complex transformations later on, though - you'd think ''light'' is tougher than a face. Maybe he keeps his default appearance just because it's the one everyone's gotten used to.



** Many monsters and major villains throughout the franchise have the ability to disguise themselves as humans (or were humans who had been altered and could take on monster forms) even if shapeshifting is not otherwise part of their arsenal.

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** Many monsters and major villains throughout the franchise have the ability to disguise themselves as humans (or were humans who had been altered and could take on monster forms) even if shapeshifting is not otherwise part of their arsenal. Some random shady dude turning into the MOTW is a common way to introduce it.



* Beast Boy from ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', of course, can change himself into [[{{Animorphism}} any animal that has ever lived]], earth-based or alien -- he just seems to need to know what it looks like. Madame Rouge, one of the main villains from the fifth season, however, puts him to shame, being able to transform into ''anything'', period, in addition to the ability to reform herself if killed. She's generally considered to be ''the'' deadliest one-on-one opponent in the show, barring the [[TheLegionsOfHell demon characters]].

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* Beast Boy from ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', of course, can change himself into [[{{Animorphism}} any animal that has ever lived]], earth-based or alien -- he just seems to need to know what it looks like. Madame Rouge, one of the main villains from the fifth season, however, puts him to shame, being able to transform into ''anything'', period, in addition to the ability to reform herself if killed. Heat's her only weakness, and once away from it she just shifts back into an undamaged form like with every other form of punishment that's been tried against her, to the point that even a character [[ManOfKryptonite with magma powers]] was no match. She can also transform fast enough to stretch and grab ''Kid Flash.'' She's generally considered to be ''the'' deadliest one-on-one opponent in the show, barring the [[TheLegionsOfHell demon characters]].
4th Mar '17 9:43:07 AM Veanne
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* In ''Webcomic/DoctorWhoRegenerated'' we are informed of a huge group of aliens who can do this, but as of yet, we've only met one of them, whose default form resembles a [[InsectoidAliens beetle]].
1st Mar '17 3:23:16 AM Hjortron18
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* Loki from ''Film/{{Thor}}'', ''[[Film/TheAvengers2012 The Avengers]]'' and ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'', while not able to physically reshape his body, can create illusions to create the same effect. He uses it particularly often in ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld', in one scene even impersonating various other characters for fun.

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* Loki from ''Film/{{Thor}}'', ''[[Film/TheAvengers2012 The Avengers]]'' and ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'', while not able to physically reshape his body, can create illusions to create the same effect. He uses it particularly often in ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld', ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'', in one scene even impersonating various other characters for fun.
22nd Feb '17 2:40:14 PM rafi
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* Jason Blood is able to transform into the demon ComicBook/{{Etrigan}} by saying a short poem.
* ComicBook/{{Mystique}} from the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'': people, some other creatures. Similarly, Morph from the [[WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}} 90s series]], who was in turn inspired by Changeling from the comics. Morph (maybe not the same guy) also appears in the ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' event and the ''Comicbook/{{Exiles}}'' ongoing monthly title.
** Mystique's morphing ability allows her to morph into anyone/anything (including a wooden chair and a giant dragon on separate occasions), but she retains her "default mode" mass (her larger transformations would, well, tear like a hot-air balloon filled with blood if damaged...which is what happened to her as Bishop in ''[[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Uncanny X-Men]]'' issue 301). Meanwhile, Kevin Sydney (who is in fact the same guy for both versions of Morph) transforms in similar fashion as [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]] does by reshaping his features via concentrated power of will.
** Carmen Electra played a parody of Mystique in ''[[Creator/SeltzerAndFriedberg Epic Movie]]''. In one scene Peter requests her to transform into [[ShapeshiftingSquick increasingly bizarre forms]] to please his various fetishes: unibrows, giant butts, flabby arms, etc.
* Impossible Man from the ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' comics and cartoon is a trickster-like alien who can turn into all kinds of crazy things. In an episode of the 90's series titled "Hopelessly Impossible", he turns into Galactus, Lawrence Limburger, Hulk, Lockjaw, and a Ninja Turtle.
* Dark Horse comic ''ComicBook/TheMask'' features another Trickster shapeshifter.



** Clayface from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' could assume human forms, and the blob attack after he was found out.
** Inque from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' had a body made of a black viscous fluid, and could shape herself at will.

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** Franchise/{{Batman}}' villain Clayface from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' (every versions). Being chemically altered gave him the ability to regenerate his body mass, change his shape, size, density and shape-shift into any form he could assume human forms, think of.
** Jason Blood is able to transform into the demon ComicBook/{{Etrigan}} by saying a short poem.
** Chameleon Boy of the ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} is a Durlan, another one of those alien races where everybody is a shapeshifter.
* ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse'':
** The Skrulls are an entire ''race'' of voluntary shapeshifters, something they use to great advantage in the ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' crossover event.
** ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'':
*** ComicBook/{{Mystique}} is the major example naturally. Her morphing ability allows her to morph into anyone/anything (including a wooden chair and a giant dragon on separate occasions), but she retains her "default mode" mass (her larger transformations would, well, tear like a hot-air balloon filled with blood if damaged...which is what happened to her as Bishop in ''[[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Uncanny X-Men]]'' issue 301).
*** Morph from the [[WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}} 90s series]], who was in turn inspired by Changeling from the comics. Morph (maybe not the same guy) also appears in the ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' event
and the blob attack ''Comicbook/{{Exiles}}'' ongoing monthly title.
*** Kevin Sydney (who is in fact the same guy for both versions of Morph) transforms in similar fashion as [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]] does by reshaping his features via concentrated power of will.
*** ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}} is a mutant enhanced with futuristic technology and has absolute molecular control over his size and shape. Besides his laundry list of other powers, he can form his limbs into melee weapons, [[HealingFactor heal himself]] and disguise himself as a human.
** Impossible Man from the ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' comics and cartoon is a trickster-like alien who can turn into all kinds of crazy things. In an episode of the 90's series titled "Hopelessly Impossible", he turns into Galactus, Lawrence Limburger, Hulk, Lockjaw, and a Ninja Turtle.
** The ComicBook/IncredibleHulk developed the ability to do this at one point in the early 1980s when Bruce Banner had taken complete control of the Hulk's form. While he normally stayed in his basic human body, Banner could transform himself into the Hulk at will and retained full control of his body while doing so. The emotionally reserved Banner couldn't get as angry as any of the actual Hulk personalities and so wasn't as strong, but he made up for it by using his scientific smarts to fight as a GeniusBruiser.
*** The later "integrated" version of the Hulk (originally intended to be all of Banner/Hulk's personae combined into a functional whole, later [[{{Retcon}} retconned]] to yet another split personality) reversed this to a degree. Having control over his emotions and physical power, he stayed as the Hulk full-time, not reverting to "normal" even when sleeping or knocked out. However, when his mental control eventually began to slip, and the savage, destructive Hulk persona re-emerged, he would revert to human form as a sort of "safety valve", with the rampaging Hulk's mind stuck in the body of Bruce Banner and thus incapable of large-scale destruction.
*** Both ComicBook/SheHulk and ComicBook/RedHulk are typically able to control their transformations.
** ''ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}}'', who had his own title in the early 1990s, is a variation on this trope. While he can't change his own physical shape, his [[EyeBeams warp vision]] can be used to alter the physical shape of any inanimate object within its radius, and affect its physical characteristics to a lesser degree.
** ''ComicBook/SpiderMan''
*** One of Spider-Man villains, The Chameleon. He start as a MasterOfDisguise with no power. Later, his powers are made innate; his epidermis and skin pigmentation have been surgically and mutagenically altered by a serum so that he can take on the appearance of any person at will. Later he returned to his powerless state.
*** ComicBook/{{Venom}} can camouflage itself by blending in with nearby walls and mimic other humans or clothing.
** The new ''Comicbook/{{Ms Marvel|2014}}'' can change her {{size|Shifter}} and appearence in any way, up to the AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever, or taking the shape of other people (as of issue #6 she only managed the original Ms. Marvel's and her own mother's, though), or even inanimate objects (store manequin, sofa). She is also capable of {{Partial Transformation}}s which effectively also make her RubberMan, and give her SuperStrength (bigger arm -> more muscles -> more strength).
* The character E.V.E. from ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'' title was able to shift shapes to become stronger
after each defeat by the titular hedgehog. She did this so flawlessly that Sonic even thought he was found out.
** Inque from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' had a body made of a black viscous fluid,
being attacked by multiple opponents. After reaching her ultimate form, however, this power was no longer used and could shape herself at will.may be an example of ShapeshifterModeLock.
* Sham of the ''[=DNAgents=]'' can be any human form, but he doesn't transform his clothing.



* The Franchise/MarvelUniverse's Skrulls are an entire ''race'' of voluntary shapeshifters, something they use to great advantage in the ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' crossover event.
* The Creator/MarvelComics character ''ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}}'', who had his own title in the early 1990s, is a variation on this trope. While he can't change his own physical shape, his [[EyeBeams warp vision]] can be used to alter the physical shape of any inanimate object within its radius, and affect its physical characteristics to a lesser degree.

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* The Franchise/MarvelUniverse's Skrulls Bigby from ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' has a default wolf form, can shapeshift to a man, and can take any degree of the in-between forms. His six brothers are an entire ''race'' much more versatile, but not nearly as strong.
* Shifty, a prominent member
of voluntary shapeshifters, something they use to great advantage in the ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' crossover event.
* The Creator/MarvelComics character ''ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}}'', who had his own title
[[LegionOfDoom Confederacy of Crime]] in the early 1990s, ''ComicBook/TheIncredibles'' comic series.
* ''Comicbook/LastManStanding'' has [[MeaningfulName Karma]], which
is a variation on this trope. While he can't change his own physical shape, his [[EyeBeams warp vision]] can be used JustifiedTrope considering she's a robotic spy with advanced synthetic texture-mapping tech for skin.
* Dark Horse comic ''ComicBook/TheMask'' features another Trickster shapeshifter.
* Viktor Romanov's weapon crest in ''ComicBook/NikolaiDante'' allows him
to alter transform into the physical shape of any inanimate object within its radius, and affect its physical characteristics to a lesser degree.Romanov eagle.



* The character E.V.E. from ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'' title was able to shift shapes to become stronger after each defeat by the titular hedgehog. She did this so flawlessly that Sonic even thought he was being attacked by multiple opponents. After reaching her ultimate form, however, this power was no longer used and may be an example of ShapeshifterModeLock.
* The ComicBook/IncredibleHulk developed the ability to do this at one point in the early 1980s when Bruce Banner had taken complete control of the Hulk's form. While he normally stayed in his basic human body, Banner could transform himself into the Hulk at will and retained full control of his body while doing so. The emotionally reserved Banner couldn't get as angry as any of the actual Hulk personalities and so wasn't as strong, but he made up for it by using his scientific smarts to fight as a GeniusBruiser.
** The later "integrated" version of the Hulk (originally intended to be all of Banner/Hulk's personae combined into a functional whole, later [[{{Retcon}} retconned]] to yet another split personality) reversed this to a degree. Having control over his emotions and physical power, he stayed as the Hulk full-time, not reverting to "normal" even when sleeping or knocked out. However, when his mental control eventually began to slip, and the savage, destructive Hulk persona re-emerged, he would revert to human form as a sort of "safety valve", with the rampaging Hulk's mind stuck in the body of Bruce Banner and thus incapable of large-scale destruction.
** Both ComicBook/SheHulk and ComicBook/RedHulk are typically able to control their transformations.
* Shifty, a prominent member of the [[LegionOfDoom Confederacy of Crime]] in ''ComicBook/TheIncredibles'' comic series.
* Viktor Romanov's weapon crest in ''ComicBook/NikolaiDante'' allows him to transform into the Romanov eagle.
* [[ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}} The Chameleon]].
* Chameleon Boy of the ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} is a Durlan, another one of those alien races where everybody is a shapeshifter.
* ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}} from the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' is a mutant enhanced with futuristic technology and has absolute molecular control over his size and shape. Besides his laundry list of other powers, he can form his limbs into melee weapons, [[HealingFactor heal himself]] and disguise himself as a human.
* ComicBook/{{Venom}} of ''{{Spider-Man}}'' can camouflage itself by blending in with nearby walls and mimic other humans or clothing.
* Sham of the ''[=DNAgents=]'' can be any human form, but he doesn't transform his clothing.
* ''Comicbook/LastManStanding'' has [[MeaningfulName Karma]], which is a JustifiedTrope considering she's a robotic spy with advanced synthetic texture-mapping tech for skin.
* Bigby from ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' has a default wolf form, can shapeshift to a man, and can take any degree of the in-between forms. His six brothers are much more versatile, but not nearly as strong.
* The new ''Comicbook/{{Ms Marvel|2014}}'' can change her {{size|Shifter}} and appearence in any way, up to the AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever, or taking the shape of other people (as of issue #6 she only managed the original Ms. Marvel's and her own mother's, though), or even inanimate objects (store manequin, sofa). She is also capable of {{Partial Transformation}}s which effectively also make her RubberMan, and give her SuperStrength (bigger arm -> more muscles -> more strength).


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* Carmen Electra played a parody of Mystique in ''[[Creator/SeltzerAndFriedberg Epic Movie]]''. In one scene Peter requests her to transform into [[ShapeshiftingSquick increasingly bizarre forms]] to please his various fetishes: unibrows, giant butts, flabby arms, etc.


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* Clayface from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' could assume human forms, and the blob attack after he was found out.
* Inque from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' had a body made of a black viscous fluid, and could shape herself at will.
16th Feb '17 5:15:24 PM Zoriax91
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** Part 3 has minor villain Oingo, whose Stand allows him to change his appearance at will, as long as the result is human.
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