History NighInvulnerability / ComicBooks

18th Apr '18 7:54:27 AM chilled0ut
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* [[Characters/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Drax the Destroyer]] is almost impervious to conventional harm, able to stand up to the likes of TheMightyThor without worry. Unfortunately, his main opponent was '''''{{Main/Thanos}}''''', who punches well above Thor's weight class[[note]]In one instance, Thanos managed to shatter Galactus's armor with a sustained assault, though Galactus wasn't ''physically'' harmed from the attack, only [[DidYouJustPissOffCthulhu pissed]][[/note]]. For the rare occasions when Drax's body ''was'' damaged, he also possesses a low-grade HealingFactor. For the even ''rarer'' occasions when his body is completely destroyed, he fortunately combines this with the Body Backup Drive option.

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* [[Characters/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Drax the Destroyer]] is almost impervious to conventional harm, able to stand up to the likes of TheMightyThor without worry. Unfortunately, his main opponent was '''''{{Main/Thanos}}''''', who punches well above Thor's weight class[[note]]In one instance, Thanos managed to shatter Galactus's armor with a sustained assault, though Galactus wasn't ''physically'' harmed from the attack, only [[DidYouJustPissOffCthulhu [[PunchPunchPunchUhOh pissed]][[/note]]. For the rare occasions when Drax's body ''was'' damaged, he also possesses a low-grade HealingFactor. For the even ''rarer'' occasions when his body is completely destroyed, he fortunately combines this with the Body Backup Drive option.
18th Apr '18 7:50:12 AM chilled0ut
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* [[Characters/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Drax the Destroyer]] is almost impervious to conventional harm, able to stand up to the likes of TheMightyThor without worry. Unfortunately, his main opponent was '''''{{Main/Thanos}}''''', who punches well above Thor's weight class[[note]]In one instance, Thanos managed to shatter Galactus's armor with a sustained assault, though Galactus wasn't ''physically'' harmed from the attack, only [[DidYouJustPissOffCthulhu pissed]][[/note]]. For the rare occasions when Drax's body ''was'' damaged, he also possesses a low-grade HealingFactor. For the even ''rarer'' occasions when his body is completely destroyed, he fortunately combines this with the Body Backup Drive option.
10th Mar '18 8:25:56 AM MagiMecha
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* Similarly to Wolverine is SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}. He has a variation of Wolverine's healing factor that was accidentally super-charged by his own cancer. As such, Deadpool is ''always'' healing, no matter what. This has allowed him to effectively regrow limbs and possibly be effectively immortal (one possible timeline had Deadpool trapped in a refrigerator for a thousand years and came out of it with a split personality because he got bored.
22nd Feb '18 11:34:53 PM NogaiKhan
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** The force-fields he builds are even tougher than he is. The shields on his ship regularly tank the largest types of supernovas, and in ''New Krypton'' several dozen solar-powered Kryptonians working together weren't able to scratch them.
22nd Feb '18 11:32:44 PM NogaiKhan
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** Mongul has generally been portrayed as being able to match Superman's strength. So has Cyborg-Superman/Hank Henshaw, due to most of his body being cloned from Superman's. Zod similarly has pretty much the exact same strength and durability as him.
** ComicBook/{{Brainiac}} ([[ActuallyADoombot the real]] [[ComicBook/SupermanBrainiac one]]) is stronger than Superman and almost totally invulnerable to harm. Even Superman himself has trouble actually wounding him. The reverse isn't true.
*** He also has cloned body parts and cybernetic enhancements for patching up any wounds he ''does'' take (like when Luthor broke his neck), and is capable of transferring copies of his mind to other bodies (though he hasn't used this ability in a while, he would constantly abuse it in the 1990s and early 2000s) qualifying him for the ''Made of Diamond'', ''External Repair'', and ''Body Surf'' categories.
21st Jan '18 11:39:46 PM lillolillo
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** In ''ComicBook/{{Bizarrogirl}}'', Supergirl gets smashed into a building and gets hurt, but her body doesn't get damaged.
5th Jan '18 3:09:01 AM lillolillo
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** In ''ComicBook/SupergirlCosmicAdventuresInThe8thGrade'', Kara's invulnerability works in weird ways, but she's thankful for it.
--->'''Supergirl:''' Thank you, invulnerability. You are my very bestest friend...
14th Nov '17 11:21:46 AM lillolillo
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** In ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl1982 her second title]]'', gets showered with molten metal, slammed into a railway, sets on fire... and she takes it all.
14th Sep '17 12:05:03 AM DeliciousFart
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* Unlike Superman, Franchise/WonderWoman can be physically wounded (if you can get past her lightning-fast reflexes), but she can still take far, far more damage than normal humans and still keep fighting.

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* Unlike Zigzagged with Franchise/WonderWoman; she can take tremendous impacts and spar with Superman, Franchise/WonderWoman but unlike Superman, she can be physically wounded (if you can get past her lightning-fast reflexes), but she reflexes) by sharp or piercing objects. She can still take far, far more damage than normal humans and still keep fighting.
4th Sep '17 9:24:22 PM Peteman
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* Battleships in ''ComicBook/{{Uber}}'' are a brutal {{deconstruction}} of this power: they are impervious to nearly all sorts of conventional damage and can survive injuries that would kill normal humans. However, this means that [[BlessedWithSuck anything that could conceivably harm them is next of impossible to treat]] since they lack regeneration and are immune to anesthetics. Not even the destruction of ''their hearts and brains will kill them instantly.'' One American battleship tried to fight a Nazi one that was fully enhanced had his [[BodyHorror entire upper body melted and twisted apart]] and he was [[AndIMustScream still alive and suffering during the whole time]]. It took a ''industrial drill'' to MercyKill him, and even that took hours to complete. The fastest manner of killing a Battleship-class Uber is through severe blood loss as seen with [[spoiler:Siegfried that required a DeathOfAThousandCuts to put him down and that is after half his head was blown up]].

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* Battleships in ''ComicBook/{{Uber}}'' are a brutal {{deconstruction}} of this power: they are impervious to nearly all sorts of conventional damage and can survive injuries that would kill normal humans. However, this means that [[BlessedWithSuck anything that could conceivably harm them is next of impossible to treat]] since they lack regeneration and are immune to anesthetics. Not even the destruction of ''their hearts and brains will kill them instantly.'' One American battleship tried to fight a Nazi one that was fully enhanced had his [[BodyHorror entire upper body melted and twisted apart]] and he was [[AndIMustScream still alive and suffering during the whole time]]. It took a ''industrial drill'' to MercyKill him, and even that took hours to complete. The fastest manner of killing a Battleship-class Uber is through severe blood loss as seen with [[spoiler:Siegfried that required a DeathOfAThousandCuts to put him down and that is after half his head was blown up]].
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