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** [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman Doomsday]] as well, likely even more than Superman himself thanks to a combination of being TheNeedless, a powerful HealingFactor, [[AdaptiveAbility the ability to adapt to anything thrown at him]], and finally, if something ''did'' kill him, the power to [[ResurrectiveImmortality come back to life]] [[ItOnlyWorksOnce immune to whatever killed him the first time]].
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* [[Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew Captain Carrot of the Zoo Crew]] seemed to have about the same durability level as the Tick. His origin story paired him with Superman, and made it plain that he was nowhere near as tough as Supes, but that he could still withstand a lot of punishment.

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* [[Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew Captain Carrot of the Zoo Crew]] originally seemed to have about the same durability level as the Tick. His origin story paired him with Superman, and made it plain that he was nowhere near as tough as Supes, but that he could still withstand a lot of punishment. In ''ComicBook/TheMultiversity'', his resilience now operates by CartoonPhysics, meaning he can survive practically anything, including decapitation.



** In ''Comicbook/YoungLove'', Linda tells her invulnerability saved her life when her rocket landed.

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** In ''Comicbook/YoungLove'', Linda tells says her invulnerability saved her life when her rocket landed.



** Supergirl's invulnerabiliy is brought up in ''Comicbook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton''. Kara survives her rocket crashing when she arrives on Earth because she is invulnerable.

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** Supergirl's invulnerabiliy invulnerability is brought up in ''Comicbook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton''. Kara survives her rocket crashing when she arrives on Earth because she is invulnerable.



** In the modern version of that story, Kara survives a crash-landing, swims to the surface -ignoring water pressure-, crashes the Batboat into the Gotham's docks and is not harmed by the ensuing explosion, a car crashes into her and gets totaled, several cops open fire when they see her and the bullets bounce off her skin, she crashes into a dirigible... all of it happening in the first issue.

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** In the modern version of that story, Kara survives a crash-landing, swims to the surface -ignoring ignoring water pressure-, pressure, crashes the Batboat into the Gotham's docks and is not harmed by the ensuing explosion, a car crashes into her and gets totaled, several cops open fire when they see her and the bullets bounce off her skin, she crashes into a dirigible... all of it happening in the first issue.



** In ''Comicbook/KryptoniteNevermore'', all Kryptonite has been reduced to ordinary iron, and people think that Superman "is really invulnerable". However Superman lost most of his power throughout the story, to the point a bullet could jurt him.

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** In ''Comicbook/KryptoniteNevermore'', all Kryptonite has been reduced to ordinary iron, and people think that Superman "is really invulnerable". However Superman lost most of his power throughout the story, to the point a bullet could jurt hurt him.



* The ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'' villain, Trigon is more or less invincible to any form of damage from all of the Titans. Only Raven in her ultimate form was able to vanquish him.

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* The ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'' villain, villain Trigon is more or less invincible to any form of damage from all of the Titans. Only Raven in her ultimate form was able to vanquish him.



** It should be noted, though, that his nigh invulnerability is only in effect when he's in metal form. If an enemy manages to catch him off-guard in human form, he can be taken down just as easily as any normal human. Well, as easily as any normal human who happens to be about seven feet tall, built like a bear and an extremely experienced hand to hand combatant.

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** It should be noted, though, * The Saint of Killers from ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}''. Scratch the "Nigh"; presumably a living saint walking the earth is considered an exception by the laws of physics, and they find it comfortable to ignore him. His utter immunity to damage (of the Divine Protection sort) is first shown when he [[ImmuneToBullets ignores a hail of gunfire from a dozen cops]]. The villain, after he sees that his nigh invulnerability the Saint is bulletproof, is smart enough to bring a battalion of tanks to their next clash, only in effect for the Saint to shrug off multiple tank shells to the face and proceed to [[InstantDeathBullet kill everyone present]]. The villain, who anticipated even this, drops a [[NukeEm nuclear bomb]] on him as a coup de grace. Cut to the Saint, standing amidst the nuclear fire, ''[[NoSell completely unharmed]]''.
-->'''Saint''': ''[spits]'' Not enough gun.
** [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Cassidy]] also has this to a much lesser degree, of the HealingFactor variety. He can take damage but heals even "mortal" wounds quickly, much faster if he [[ImAHumanitarian feeds]], and nothing but the sun can actually kill him. Even [[LosingYourHead decapitation]] only inconveniences him for a while.
** Debatable. Decapitation outright incapacitates Cassidy until his allies stitch his head back on. Cassidy's HealingFactor is actually used against him
when he's in metal form. If an enemy manages to catch Starr's associate tortures him off-guard by repeatedly shooting him with a .303 rifle. It gets to the point where even Cassidy was unsure how much more he could take, physically or mentally.
* Deconstructed
in human form, the story of Element Girl in the ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' comics. She is tired of being an invulnerable superhero, but she cannot commit suicide because her body keeps involuntarily changing to a form that will survive each attempt.
** The "divine protection" form is tweaked slightly for Cain. He is not himself invulnerable to harm, but
he can be taken down just as easily as any normal human. Well, as easily as any normal human who happens has a [[AllMythsAreTrue mark from God]] that makes it clear anyone killing Cain will face God's wrath. The mark is sufficient to be about seven feet tall, built like a bear warn off deliberate attacks, but probably wouldn't save Cain from accidents and an extremely experienced hand to hand combatant.
such. Lucifer however is not intimidated by the mark, presumably because he already suffered God's wrath in the past. He still lets Cain go unharmed out of amusement. Cain is deeply shaken by the encounter.



* The Canadian superheroes ComicBook/AlphaFlight have a [[HeelFaceTurn villain-turned-hero]] called Diamond Lil --though she does not have superstrength, she effectively hits twice as hard as normal because her fists absorb none of the impact energy. (Given that she's also a six-and-a-half-foot-tall weightlifter, that's gotta hurt.) She's so nigh invulnerable that she has very little sense of touch and sometimes isn't even aware of low-power attacks against her. (She was created, like Bethany of the Next Men above, by John Byrne.)
* Butterball, from ''ComicBook/AvengersTheInitiative'', has a variation on this power; he is completely immutable, and therefore cannot be harmed in anyway. This power is apparently all-encompassing, as he has extreme difficulty learning new subjects, can't lose (or gain, for that matter) weight, can't get in shape, etc, etc....

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* The Canadian superheroes ComicBook/AlphaFlight have a [[HeelFaceTurn villain-turned-hero]] called Diamond Lil --though she does not have superstrength, she effectively hits twice as hard as normal because her fists absorb none of the impact energy. (Given that she's also a six-and-a-half-foot-tall weightlifter, that's gotta hurt.) She's so nigh invulnerable that she has very little sense of touch and sometimes isn't even aware of low-power attacks against her. (She was created, like Bethany of the Next Men above, below, by John Byrne.)
* Butterball, from ''ComicBook/AvengersTheInitiative'', has a variation on this power; he is completely immutable, and therefore cannot be harmed in anyway.any way. This power is apparently all-encompassing, as he has extreme difficulty learning new subjects, can't lose (or gain, for that matter) weight, can't get in shape, etc, etc....



* ComicBook/{{Galactus}}'s armor is made of a metal-like substance so tough that nearly zero attacks can even ''scratch'' it. Galactus himself is a somewhere between an EnergyBeing and an AnthropomorphicPersonification, making him immune to physical ailments.

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* ComicBook/{{Galactus}}'s armor is made of a metal-like substance so tough that nearly zero attacks can even ''scratch'' it. Galactus himself is a somewhere between an EnergyBeing and an AnthropomorphicPersonification, making him immune to physical ailments.



* ''Comic/GhostRider''. When transformed, he's just bone, hellfire, and a biker outfit. He can take insane amounts of punishment, and only magic attacks can hurt him.

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* ''Comic/GhostRider''.''ComicBook/GhostRider''. When transformed, he's just bone, hellfire, and a biker outfit. He can take insane amounts of punishment, and only magic attacks can hurt him.



** Symbiotes usually have strong HealingFactor|s however they seem to get stronger the more attached they are to their hosts.

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** Symbiotes usually have strong HealingFactor|s HealingFactor|s; however they seem to get stronger the more attached they are to their hosts.



*** ComicBook/{{Carnage}} is even worse He's still alive after loosing his entire lower half at the hands of Sentry, also recently the symbiote was able to somehow fix his brain after a lobotomy and even more recently he was blown to bits after smothering [[ComicBook/{{Axis}} a bomb designed to kill every non-mutant in New York]] and came back only slightly weakened, the symbiote just dosen't want to give Cletus up.

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*** ComicBook/{{Carnage}} is even worse worse. He's still alive after loosing his entire lower half at the hands of Sentry, also recently the symbiote was able to somehow fix his brain after a lobotomy and even more recently he was blown to bits after smothering [[ComicBook/{{Axis}} a bomb designed to kill every non-mutant in New York]] and came back only slightly weakened, the weakened. The symbiote just dosen't want to give Cletus up.



* [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] is nigh-invulnerable due to being a literal PhysicalGod, what with being the son of Odin and Gaia. He's one of the few non-cosmic beings in the Marvel universe capable of going toe-to-toe with ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk and can survive blows from Galactus, Hulk, and other such powerful beings.

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* [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] is nigh-invulnerable due to being a literal PhysicalGod, what with being the son of Odin and Gaia. He's one of the few non-cosmic beings in the Marvel universe capable of going toe-to-toe with ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk and can survive blows from him, Galactus, Hulk, and other such powerful beings.



** Another foe Jormungand the Midgard Serpent is also insanely tough mostly due to [[GiantEqualsInvincible being big enough to encircle the Earth]]. Even Thor can't afford to hold anything back when he's fighting the planet-sized snake.

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** Another foe foe, Jormungand the Midgard Serpent Serpent, is also insanely tough mostly due to [[GiantEqualsInvincible being big enough to encircle the Earth]]. Even Thor can't afford to hold anything back when he's fighting the planet-sized snake.



* ComicBook/{{Ultron}}, essentially being [[AIIsACrapshoot evil computer software]], falls under this, since no matter what, a portion of itself always exists in cyberspace. And more importantly, most versions of Ultron are made entirely of adamantium. Destroying him in the first place is an epic challenge.
* ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, who possesses quick regeneration abilities and [[MadeofIndestructium a skeleton that's pretty much indestructible due to being laced with adamantium]]. He can survive pretty much any attack up to (and probably beyond) a direct hit from a nuclear warhead. The time it takes for him to regenerate depends on the severity of his wounds and [[DependingOnTheWriter who happens to be doing the writing]], but chances are, Wolverine will be back up on his by the end of the page.

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* ComicBook/{{Ultron}}, essentially being [[AIIsACrapshoot evil computer software]], falls under this, since no matter what, a portion of itself him always exists in cyberspace. And more importantly, most versions of Ultron are made entirely of adamantium. Destroying him in the first place is an epic challenge.
* ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, who possesses quick regeneration abilities and [[MadeofIndestructium a skeleton that's pretty much indestructible due to being laced with adamantium]]. He can survive pretty much any attack up to (and probably beyond) a direct hit from a nuclear warhead. The time it takes for him to regenerate depends on the severity of his wounds and [[DependingOnTheWriter who happens to be doing the writing]], but chances are, Wolverine will be back up on his feet by the end of the page.



*** Once the remaining issues of ''Ultimate Wolverine Vs. Hulk'' [[ScheduleSlip were shipped]], readers were treated to an even better sight—[[spoiler: Ultimate Nick Fury interrogating Wolverine's '''disembodied head''', with the former surmising Ultimate Wolvie's ''real'' mutant power must be to survive anything.]]

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*** Once the remaining issues of ''Ultimate Wolverine Vs. Hulk'' [[ScheduleSlip were shipped]], readers were treated to an even better sight—[[spoiler: Ultimate sight — [[spoiler:Ultimate Nick Fury interrogating Wolverine's '''disembodied head''', with the former surmising Ultimate Wolvie's ''real'' mutant power must be to survive anything.]]



* John Byrne's ''ComicBook/NextMen'' had a group of teenagers who each had one of the classic 'stock powers'--one guy was super-strong, one was super-fast, one could see the entire electromagnetic spectrum, etc. Bethany was completely invulnerable, of the Made of Diamond type, and the series actually showed some of the logical extremes of this power: she could use a single strand of her hair to saw through an iron bar (and if you try to grab her hair, you lose your fingers), and she eventually lost the ability to feel hot and cold as the series went on.



** Colossus thta has the superhuman ability to convert the tissue of his entire body into an organic steel-like substance. In his armored form Colossus is invulnerable to most forms of bodily harm. His armor is capable of withstanding ballistic penetration, including that of a 155 millimeter Howitzer shell. He can survive extremes of temperature from 70 degrees above absolute zero (-390 degrees Fahrenheit) to approximately 9000 degrees Fahrenheit. He can survive a collision with a loaded, ten-ton flatbed truck at 100 miles per hour or an explosion of 4500 pounds of TNT. He can also survive falls from great heights while in his armored body. He can now go toe-to-toe with any incarnation of the Hulk (barring the tragedy-enhanced "Green Scar" incarnation from ComicBook/WorldWarHulk).

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** Colossus thta has the superhuman ability to convert the tissue of his entire body into an organic steel-like substance. In his armored form Colossus is invulnerable to most forms of bodily harm. His armor is capable of withstanding ballistic penetration, including that of a 155 millimeter Howitzer shell. He can survive extremes of temperature from 70 degrees above absolute zero (-390 degrees Fahrenheit) to approximately 9000 degrees Fahrenheit. He can survive a collision with a loaded, ten-ton flatbed truck at 100 miles per hour or an explosion of 4500 pounds of TNT. He can also survive falls from great heights while in his armored body. He can now go toe-to-toe with any incarnation of the Hulk (barring the tragedy-enhanced "Green Scar" incarnation from ComicBook/WorldWarHulk).ComicBook/WorldWarHulk).
*** It should be noted, though, that his nigh invulnerability is only in effect when he's in metal form. If an enemy manages to catch him off-guard in human form, he can be taken down just as easily as any normal human. Well, as easily as any normal human who happens to be about seven feet tall, built like a bear and an extremely experienced hand to hand combatant.



** Another invulnerable mutant is the Blob that is a very large guy with that name-- who has stood up to everything from Wolverine's claws, to flamethrowers, to the Hulk's punches.
*** Though not, apparently, Wolverine's head-banging in a certain 2009 movie... though this is probably because in the comics his head was always vulnerable compared to the rest of his body. He's generally more vulnerable to sensory assaults-the [[MakeMeWannaShout Banshee]] once stunned the Blob with his sonic scream, while both the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk and ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}} exploited his blubber. The Hulk stretched the Blob like a piece of taffy, while Sleepwalker used his [[EyeBeams warp vision]] to wrap a steel girder around the Blob and squeeze him. [[ColdBloodedTorture In both cases, it was pretty painful]].

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** Another invulnerable mutant is the Blob that is a very large guy with that name-- name -- who has stood up to everything from Wolverine's claws, to flamethrowers, to the Hulk's punches.
*** Though not, apparently, Wolverine's head-banging in a certain 2009 movie... though this is probably because in the comics his head was always vulnerable compared to the rest of his body. He's generally more vulnerable to sensory assaults-the assaults - the [[MakeMeWannaShout Banshee]] once stunned the Blob with his sonic scream, while both the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk and ComicBook/{{Sleepwalker}} exploited his blubber. The Hulk stretched the Blob like a piece of taffy, while Sleepwalker used his [[EyeBeams warp vision]] to wrap a steel girder around the Blob and squeeze him. [[ColdBloodedTorture In both cases, it was pretty painful]].



** Partial subversion. From ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' to ''ComicBook/XForce'' to ''Comicbook/XMen'', Sam "Cannonball" Guthrie's power renders him Nigh Invulnerable ([[LuckilyMyPowersWillProtectMe as he repeatedly says himself]]), but only when he's "blasting" -- which is to say using his pyro-plasmodic forcefield in flight. And as if that didn't do it, he's also an External (an immortal mutant).
** Cell, one of The Morlocks from XMen-related comics, is a giant single-cell organism, meaning he can regenerate any damage done to him at all and absorb organic matter for nourishment. Basically the ''only'' catch to this is that he can't digest inorganic objects, meaning he had a bullet stuck harmlessly in his head for a while. His teammates Shatter and Litterbug, however, were just super-tough; Shatter was made of some kind of super dense obsidian-like rock, while Litterbug had a layered, chitonous exoskeleton.
** The XMen foe ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}} is usually nigh invulnerable [[spoiler:his first powerless child incarnation was an exception]] thanks to a combination of his original mutant powers and Celestial technology. Any time he is killed, his followers Clan Akkaba take steps to ensure his rebirth.

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** Partial subversion. From ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' to ''ComicBook/XForce'' to ''Comicbook/XMen'', Sam "Cannonball" Guthrie's power renders him Nigh Invulnerable ([[LuckilyMyPowersWillProtectMe as he repeatedly says himself]]), but only when he's "blasting" -- which is to say using his pyro-plasmodic forcefield in flight. And as if that didn't do it, he's also an External (an immortal mutant).
** Cell, one of The Morlocks from XMen-related ComicBook/XMen-related comics, is a giant single-cell organism, meaning he can regenerate any damage done to him at all and absorb organic matter for nourishment. Basically the ''only'' catch to this is that he can't digest inorganic objects, meaning he had a bullet stuck harmlessly in his head for a while. His teammates Shatter and Litterbug, however, were just super-tough; Shatter was made of some kind of super dense obsidian-like rock, while Litterbug had a layered, chitonous exoskeleton.
** The XMen ComicBook/XMen foe ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}} is usually nigh invulnerable [[spoiler:his [[spoiler:(his first powerless child incarnation was an exception]] exception)]] thanks to a combination of his original mutant powers and Celestial technology. Any time he is killed, his followers Clan Akkaba take steps to ensure his rebirth.




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* Adam Destine of ''Comicbook/ClanDestine'' is completely invulnerable, as well as being immortal. He can withstand superpowered combat, large-scale explosions, lasers, crashing on Earth from space in a ''bus'' with broken windows (albeit with a spaceship engine attached, courtesy of his GadgeteerGenius son) and who knows what else with nothing more than ClothingDamage. He also apparently doesn't need to eat, drink, or breathe to survive - he once went a decade without doing any of the above, with no ill effects. The power was given to him by his wife, a very powerful genie.



* Adam Destine of ''Comicbook/ClanDestine'' is completely invulnerable, as well as being immortal. He can withstand superpowered combat, large-scale explosions, lasers, crashing on Earth from space in a ''bus'' with broken windows (albeit with a spaceship engine attached, courtesy of his GadgeteerGenius son) and who knows what else with nothing more than ClothingDamage. He also apparently doesn't need to eat, drink, or breathe to survive- he once went a decade without doing any of the above, with no ill effects. The power was given to him by his wife, a very powerful genie.



** Jackie does indeed have that power in the comic. One particular scene that springs to mind is his body being reconstructed from the surrounding organic matter after blowing up a warehouse.

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** Jackie does indeed have that power [[ComicBook/TheDarkness in the comic.comic]]. One particular scene that springs to mind is his body being reconstructed from the surrounding organic matter after blowing up a warehouse.



* The Saint of Killers from ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}''. Scratch the "Nigh"; presumably a living saint walking the earth is considered a paradox by the laws of physics, and they find it comfortable to ignore him. His utter immunity to damage (of the Divine Protection sort) is first shown when he [[ImmuneToBullets ignores a hail of gunfire from a dozen cops]]. The villain, after he sees that the Saint is bulletproof, is smart enough to bring a battalion of tanks to their next clash, only for the Saint to shrug off multiple tank shells to the face and proceed to [[InstantDeathBullet kill everyone present]]. The villain, who anticipated even this, drops a [[NukeEm nuclear bomb]] on him as a coup de grace. Cut to the Saint, standing amidst the nuclear fire, ''[[NoSell completely unharmed]]''.
-->'''Saint''': ''[spits]'' Not enough gun.
** [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Cassidy]] also has this to a much lesser degree, of the HealingFactor variety. He can take damage but heals even "mortal" wounds quickly, much faster if he [[ImAHumanitarian feeds]], and nothing but the sun can actually kill him. Even [[LosingYourHead decapitation]] only inconveniences him for a while.
** Debatable. Decapitation outright incapacitates Cassidy until his allies stitch his head back on. Cassidy's HealingFactor is actually used against him when Starr's associate tortures him by repeatedly shooting him with a .303 rifle. It gets to the point where even Cassidy was unsure how much more he could take, physically or mentally.



* Deconstructed in the story of Element Girl in the ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' comics. She is tired of being an invulnerable superhero, but she cannot commit suicide because her body keeps involuntarily changing to a form that will survive each attempt.
** The "divine protection" form is tweaked slightly for Cain. He is not himself invulnerable to harm, but he has a [[AllMythsAreTrue mark from God]] that makes it clear anyone killing Cain will face God's wrath. The mark is sufficient to warn off deliberate attacks, but probably wouldn't save Cain from accidents and such. Lucifer however is not intimidated by the mark, presumably because he already suffered God's wrath in the past. He still lets Cain go unharmed out of amusement. Cain is deeply shaken by the encounter.



* Checkmate of ''Anime/UltimateMuscle'' is both an example and a subversion at the same time. He's been raised to be immune to pain, so he's able to go far longer than any other wrestler. However, the series plays that notion straight, as it's pointed out that someone immune to pain wouldn't know when they had gone past their limit. This ability magically disappeared, though, when [[RedemptionDemotion he joined the good guys.]]

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* Checkmate John Byrne's ''ComicBook/NextMen'' had a group of ''Anime/UltimateMuscle'' is both an example teenagers who each had one of the classic 'stock powers'--one guy was super-strong, one was super-fast, one could see the entire electromagnetic spectrum, etc. Bethany was completely invulnerable, of the Made of Diamond type, and a subversion at the same time. He's been raised to be immune to pain, so he's able to go far longer than any other wrestler. However, the series plays that notion straight, as it's pointed out that someone immune actually showed some of the logical extremes of this power: she could use a single strand of her hair to pain wouldn't know when they had gone past their limit. This saw through an iron bar (and if you try to grab her hair, you lose your fingers), and she eventually lost the ability magically disappeared, though, when [[RedemptionDemotion he joined to feel hot and cold as the good guys.]]series went on.
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** In ''Comicbook/KryptoniteNevermore'', all Kryptonite has been reduced to ordinary iron, and people think that Superman "is really invulnerable". However Superman lost most of his power throughout the story, to the point a bullet could jurt him.
--->Such is the force that his invulnerable body smashes through the roof as though it were paper...
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** In the modern version of that story, Kara survives a crash-landing, swims to the surface -ignoring water pressure-, crashes the Batboat into the Gotham's docks and is not harmed by the ensuing explosion, a car crashes into her and gets totaled, several cops open fire when they see her and the bullets bounce off her skin, she crashes into a dirigible... all of it happening in the first issue.
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** Supergirl's invulnerabiliy is brought up in ''Comicbook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton''. Kara survives her rocket crashing when she arrives on Earth because she is invulnerable.
--->'''Supergirl:''' Don't worry, Superman! I'm alive without a scratch!\\
'''Superman:''' Great Scott, a young girl, unharmed! But... but that means you're invulnerable like me!
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* Immortal Man was [[RessurectiveImmortality endlessly reincarnated]] with his memories intact.

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* Immortal Man was [[RessurectiveImmortality [[ResurrectiveImmortality endlessly reincarnated]] with his memories intact.
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* Immortal Man was endlessly reincarnated with his memories intact.

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* Immortal Man was [[RessurectiveImmortality endlessly reincarnated reincarnated]] with his memories intact.
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[[caption-width-right:350:Tornadoes, storms and lightning bolts? You're funny]]
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** In ''Comicbook/WarWorld'', Superman is concerned about Warworld's offensive capabilities when Supergirl points out that they are invulnerable:
--->'''Kara:''' What's there to be afraid of? We're invulnerable, aren't we?\\
'''Kal:''' Invulnerability is a relative term, Kara! Aside from Kryptonite and magic, we've never come across anything that could really do us physical harm — but then, we've never come up against anything quite like Warworld! I've got the uncomfortable feelings that this time we may have met our match!\\
'''Kara:''' Point well taken — I'll remember that!
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** In ''Comicbook/YoungLove'', Linda tells her invulnerability saved her life when her rocket landed.
--->'''Supergirl:''' The landing should have killed me. But by then I was already quite strong. Invulnerable, the reporters would call it.
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