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->'''Mecha Maid:''' Look out for her, she has her own ''gravity''.\\
'''Spinnerette:''' That's just ''mean'', Mecha Maid! Sure, her BMI is on the high side, but-\\
'''Mecha Maid:''' [[NotHyperbole No, that's Greta Gravity!]] Her superpower is local control over gravity!
-->-- ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}''

The ability to control gravity as a superpower (or AppliedPhlebotinum that serves the same purpose).

Such a power is often coupled with [[RequiredSecondaryPowers a large amount of leeway as to how gravity works]], such as making gravity [[GravitySucks a force with an exact cut-off range]], [[SelectiveGravity only working on a specific object]], or the third law of motion being violated with only one object being attracted to another. This power is essentially {{telekinesis}} with different flavor text.

Of note is that control of gravity is sometimes (especially in Japanese media) associated with [[ElementalPowers control over]] [[CastingAShadow darkness]], letting the user create UsefulNotes/BlackHoles. Expect plenty of ArtMajorPhysics along the way.

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!!Examples:

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[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* In ''{{Guyver}}'', at least one Zoalord, Richard Guyot, has the power to manipulate gravity. His most basic attack, Gravity Bullets, fires tiny orbs of super-gravity clean through a target, while his ultimate move, Gravity Crusher, creates a black hole -- when he first uses it, even the other Zoalords call him insane, warning that he could potentially consume the Earth and everything on it with that attack.
** The Guyver units themselves have gravity control via the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Gravity Medal]] at the waist. The basic version allows flight and powers the Pressure Cannon attack but the Gigantic Exceed version can also use a black hole, with considerably more control than Guyot demonstrated.
* Maro, TheBrute in ''Manga/BlackCat'', can both control the gravity around him and project super-dense gravity bombs.
* In ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'', Aizen's ace move, Hado #90: Kurohitsugi (Black Coffin)'s effect is stated to be something along these lines during his fight with Ichigo, a sort of localized black hole trap with enough oomph behind it to 'warp time and space' at full incantation, at least according to Aizen himself.
* In ''Manga/BusouRenkin'', Victor's axe Fatal Attractions grants him this power.
* ''DarkerThanBlack'' has three examples: First there's a guy who can make himself or any other person weightless in the first episode, but needs to break his finger every time he uses it; another guy can increase the pull of gravity within a certain area, and a third guy with a power similar to the first, briefly seen in [[BookEnds the last episode of the first season]].
** Four examples: The OVA features an unnamed female Gravity Master who can make things/people become heavier and/or fall ''up''.
* Brago from ''Manga/ZatchBell'', a primary case of gravity being associated with [[CastingAShadow darkness]].
* Albireo Imma from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''.
* [[spoiler:The Deva Path of]] Pain in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is able to manipulate gravity to use different techniques to push objects away from him (Shinra Tensei) and pull them toward him (Bansho Ten'nin). [[spoiler:Nagato, the body's controller, can also do these as well as launch a black sphere that sucks in everything around it (Chibaku Tensei)]]. There is a period of time between each use, the length of which is dependent upon how much power is put into the technique.
** Onoki, the Tsuchikage, can greatly increase or decrease the weight of an object, though it seems he's changing it's mass instead of just its weight.
* Seto from ''{{NEEDLESS}}''.
* The Dark-Dark Fruit in ''Manga/OnePiece'', which is eaten by Blackbeard, can make a dark miasma which crush whatever it covers or suck anything into it (which Blackbeard can also regurgitate back out). Blackbeard can also pull anyone directly to himself by pulling them towards him.
** A smaller example is Miss Valentine of Baroque Works. Her Kilo-Kilo Fruit allows her to make her own weight anywhere between 1 to 10,000 kilograms, letting her float around with her parasol or crush someone like an egg.
** Another example is post-timeskip Admiral Fujitora, who can use his powers to create gravity wells, barriers, levitate his ship, or '''ColonyDrop''' ''meteorites'' at his enemies.
* [[spoiler:Asuka]] from ''Manga/{{Psyren}}''.
* Chinmei, one of the Five Stars [[spoiler: and the 2nd Red Cross Knight]] of ''SamuraiDeeperKyo'' has this power, as well as the bad guy in psycho academy.
* [[spoiler:Kozato Enma]] of ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' seems to have powers based around gravity, but the full extent of these powers is not yet revealed.
* Isaac, Alyssa's Child from the ''Manga/{{Mai-HiME}}'' manga, can manipulate gravity.
* [[spoiler:Joker]] from ''Manga/{{Flame of Recca}}'' has a madogu which grants this ability - though [[spoiler:he initially pretends to simply possess incredible strength.]]
* Chelsea Rorec from ''Anime/TokyoUnderground'' is apparently the only ''gravity'' Elemental User. (Fire was not cool enough, ya know)
* ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'':
** Biagio Busoni, who increases his opponent's personal gravity until they can barely move.
** Accelerator, whose power of redirecting ANY movement vector can perfectly mimic gravity control, simply by redirecting gravity in whatever direction he pleases, to the point where he has to consciously allow gravity to affect him.
* Bluenote Stinger from ''Manga/FairyTail'', who can pin people down, alter the landscape, and even create black holes.
* All [[{{Gynoid}} Automated Dolls]] in KyoukaiSenjouNoHorizon, and by extension TheVerse of the author, have the ability to manipulate gravity. They've been seen using it to move ships, put up barriers, fight horizontally, to emulate [[FateStayNight Gate of Babylon]], or even compress concrete into giant swords and guns to fight GiantMecha ''on foot''. [[{{Meido}} And for some reason, most of them are dressed like maids.]]
* The Stand [[spoiler:C-Moon (user: Enrico Pucci)]], from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure''. The user becomes the center of a 3 km. reverse-gravity radius (aka. everything falls ''away'' from the user). Also, everything punched by the Stand will [[BodyHorror turn inside out]].
* In ''Manga/{{Nobunagun}}'', Jess Beckman, the reincarnation of IsaacNewton, can increase the gravity of anything she stomps on, so anything she stomps on will be pinned down and eventually go squish.
* [[WickedWitch Fabia Crozelg]] of ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaVivid'' has a gravity increasing {{Curse}} called Gravity Bless. People enchanted with it will suddenly find themselves forcefully pinned into the ground even if they were fighting in a zero-G area.
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* The Wizard, a ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' villain, has [[GreenLanternRing vague but highly effective powers]] in this area. Basically, he can do anything [[BarrierWarrior the Invisible Woman]] can do [[{{Dissimile}} except turn invisible]].
* Roxy "Freefall" Spaulding from ''{{Gen 13}}''.
* Ayla Ranzz, also of the ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'', in "Light Lass" mode.
* MarvelComics has a superhero named Gravity. [[CaptainObvious Guess what his superpower is.]]
** The supervillain Graviton, also from the ''MarvelUniverse''.
* Almost every version of Comicbook/{{Starman}}. However, they largely derived from the gravity or cosmic rod. The [[strike:Starman]] Star Boy from the ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}} had gravity powers of his own. Interestingly, [[DependingOnTheWriter in some versions]], most notably pretty much all of the Postboot continuity, Star Boy's power is increasing (or occasionally decreasing) a specific object's gravitational ''mass'', thus affecting the weight of that object and that object alone.
* Hiram "Fatman" Worcester from ''WildCards''.
* ComicBook/{{Nova}}, a Marvel super hero who has control of the Nova Force, which grants him gravimetric powers.
* Deadweight, a {{CIA}} assassin from ''ComicBook/{{DP7}}'' #29.
* DC's Geo-Force, at least when on Earth.
* Alex Power of ''Comicbook/PowerPack'' often has this power; because of the [[PowersAsPrograms interchangeable nature]] of Power Pack's abilities, all of his siblings have had it at one point or another, but Alex is most commonly associated with it.
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[[folder:Fanfiction]]
* As part of his power upgrades, Kyon gets this in ''Fanfic/KyonBigDamnHero''.
* One of the minor Volturi is mentioned to have this, in a fairly limited way, in ''FanFic/{{Luminosity}}''.
* ''Fanfic/RiseOfTheGaleforces'' gives us [[OCStandIn Kate Squall, aka Apogee,]] who can wield black holes, gravity bolts, and levitation fields to great effect. It's not shown a lot, but damn, does it look [[RuleOfCool impressive!]]
* Grayscale Force, EvilCounterpart of [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Rainbow Dash]] in ''Fanfic/CRISISEquestria''.
* ''Fanfic/ThisPlatinumCrown'' has Lord Cruciger, who has magical abilities to increase gravity to a high enough level to completely suppress enemies. He also occasionally drops castles on people, er, ponies, with this power.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* The Literature/KnownSpace novel ''Protector'' features Jack Brennan, who discovers how to create a "gravity polarizer" and uses it to build a Super Mario Galaxy-style planet out past the orbit of Pluto, with a gravity lens bringing in light from the Sun.
* [[ProfessionalKiller Szeth]] [[SubmissiveBadass son-son]] [[MagicKnight Vallano]] from ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' can use the "Lashings", likened to the "[[TheChosenMany Order of Windrunners]]" of the [[AndManGrewProud Knights Radiant]]. Can stick two objects together (Full Lashing), cause objects and people to 'fall' in any direction (Basic Lashing), and can cause objects to attract other objects (Reverse Lashing). Also by the end of the first book [[spoiler: Kaladin]] is developing these powers, and is on his way to become a Windrunner. Like all magic in Franchise/TheCosmere, this has its own very deliberate rules, with the Glossary to the first book [[SufficientlyAnalyzedMagic documenting some of them in-universe]]. Notably, use of Windrunning techniques, like that of the other nine Orders of the Knights Radiant, requires [[{{Mana}} Stormlight]], with different amounts needed for each type.
* In VillainDotNet, this is one of the 6 [[MetaOrigin Core Powers]], and when all the MacGuffin crystals containing it are properly assembled into their wand shape, full control is gained (though it ''is'' possible to use it to s lesser extent with fewer). Jake accidentally uses it to create a ''black hole'' in the last book, putting the moon on a "crash course" towards the Earth.
* The [[LizardFolk K'Chain Che'Malle]] in ''TheMalazanBookOfTheFallen'' have this as their primary [[FunctionalMagic Warren.]]
* Dekka from the ''Literature/{{Gone}}'' series.
* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', gravity control is a subset of Earth Magic. It takes awhile to pull, but the results are... impressive.
** [[spoiler: To sum up: gravity vanishes from an area miles in radius for a quarter of a second... and is focussed into an area "perhaps two hundred yards across"]]. Not subtle.
* Both Sullivan and his brother Madi have this power in ''[[Literature/TheGrimnoirChronicles Hard Magic]]''. Sullivan had enough time to practice with it in prison that he's able to do things that other Heavies never even dreamed of.
* The title character in the Simon Bloom books gains this power relatively early in the first book.
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* Bunta Daichi from ''Series/JAKQDengekitai'' has this as part of his powers as [[TheBigGuy Clover King]]. Soukichi Banba, [[SpotlightStealingSquad being]] [[AllYourPowersCombined Big One]], can also use it.
* Shouji of the Heavenly Gravity Star from ''Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger'' uses this power.
* [[Series/KamenRiderOOO Kamen Rider OOO]]'s [=SaGoZo=] Combo.
* And Series/KamenRiderWizard in his Land Dragon Form, by using the Gravity Ring.
* On ''Series/BabylonFive'', Ambassador Delenn has a [[RingOfPower Gravity Ring]] that allows her to manipulate gravity as a weapon. [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness It is only seen in the pilot and never spoken of again.]]
** Artificial gravity is a common technology for the most races except humans, so only humans have rotating parts in their spaceships to provide comfortable gravity.
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[[folder:Other]]
* ''{{Bionicle}}'' has Toa of Gravity and Kanohi Garai, Mask of Gravity and Nuhvok-Kal. The Makuta species can also control gravity, and, in turn, spawn Rahkshi of Gravity.
* Fantasy artist Robin Wood's "Theory of Cat Gravity", which holds that cats lie in the sunshine to absorb some of the sun's considerable gravitational force. They release that gravity when they're sitting on their owners, which explains why it's so difficult to get up when your cat has you pinned.
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[[folder:Pinball]]
* In ''Pinball/{{Stargate}}'', hitting the Horus Guardian statues blocking your path causes them to float up and out of the way.
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The ''TabletopGame/{{Aberrant}}'' RPG power "Gravity Control".
* ''AnimaBeyondFantasy'' has the spells in the Earth school allowing the caster to decrease, augment, and manipulate gravity-most of them very high level.
* ''DungeonsAndDragons'' has the spells Reverse Gravity and Feather Fall / Anvil Fall (changes the terminal velocity).
** ''ForgottenRealms''' "Pages from the Mages" has the Lessen Gravity spell.
** ''{{Spelljammer}}'' has Gravs -- dwarflike (but 3x dense) humanoids who can reduce gravity, usually when hauling stuff around or suspending those who bother them too much in the air, until the grav decides to move away or affect something else.
** There is also the gravity master class. [[MagicKnight magic knights]] capable of manipulating gravity to [[SuperStrength increase their weapon damage and make them harder to knock down]], [[SuperSpeed increase their speed similar to the biotic charge from]] VideoGame/MassEffect2, and [[MegatonPunch hit the ground hard enough to knock other people over.]]
* ''TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening'' features rotes allowing for the control of gravity at Forces 5.
* The ''MutantsAndMasterminds'' power "Gravity Control". It only does two things- lessen gravity and increase it in a bubble around you, making it a cheaper version of Telekinesis. It should be noted: This being ''MutantsAndMasterminds'', you can buy "alternate powers" to represent different forms of Gravity manipulation.
* ''TabletopGame/CthulhuTech'' has gravikinetic [[PsychicPowers parapsychics]].
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' now gives Space Marines Grav weaponry, which causes pinning, and uses the enemy's armour save as its to-wound roll. Gravguns squish the toughest enemies under the increased weight of their own armour, at the cost of being basically useless against enemies with very light armour.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''ArmedAndDangerous'' had an awesome gravity-controlling weapon that first anchors the player to the ground, and then somehow [[GravityScrew flips reality upside-down, causing any nearby enemies to fall into the sky]] then back to the ground when it turns off.
** Evie in ''{{Vindictus}}'' can acquire the power "SP: Gravity Inversion", which does the same thing.
* Black-aligned [[FunctionalMagic elements]] in ''VideoGame/ChronoCross'' invoke precisely the non-distinction between gravity and darkness described in the page intro.
* Gravity Control is one of the powers in the MMO ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'', available to the Controller and Dominator archetypes.
* In an example of this trope crossing over with DarkIsEdgy, the main character in ''VideoGame/TheDarkness'' can do this as part of his suite of darkness-themed superpowers, generating a miniature black hole that sucks everything in the vicinity into it.
* The ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' has the spell Gravity/Gravira/Graviga (occasionally known as Demi), which [[PercentDamageAttack reduces the enemy to some fraction of their current HP]] ([[UselessUsefulSpell Except bosses,]] [[ContractualBossImmunity of course]]). It is usually depicted as a [[DarkIsEdgy big black ball]], possibly representing a black hole.
** Layle, the lead character of ''[[FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesCrystalBearers Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers]]'', has Gravity as his magic, though the way he wields it you could be forgiven for thinking he was a [[{{telekinesis}} telekinetic]].
** Sometimes in the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series, when gravity is not its own element, it is lumped in with [[DarkIsEdgy shadow damage]], hence why in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' the Gravity [[SummonMagic Guardian Force]] is a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent giant, energy-draining demon]] and grav and drain spells tend to be cast by bats and the undead and the like.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' has [[SpaceWhale Sin]], whose primary 'hat' is gravity. It is able to levitate its massive body pretty much anywhere, and it is a frequent user of the aforementioned Graviga. Sin is so powerful it can tear apart whole cities just with the gravitational force it generates, sucking everything in like a black hole. It is also capable of projecting gravitational fields that can withstand insanely powerful energy blasts, and even projects those fields outwards to [[CurbStompBattle vaporize enemies]] and scar the entire planet.
* [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Gravity Man]] from ''VideoGame/MegaMan5''.
** Galaxy Man's Black Hole Bomb from ''VideoGame/MegaMan9'' works in this way, even though the robot master himself does not have a particular affinity for gravity.
* Gravity Antonion from ''VideoGame/MegaManX 8'' is also a master of this trope, even [[InterfaceScrew turning the screen upside-down for some reason]].
** Gravity Beetle in ''X3''.
* The famous Zero Point Energy Field Manipulator (alias "Gravity Gun") from ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life 2}}''.
** Slightly justified in its potential failing of physics in that the 'Gravity Gun' is just a nickname. Whatever mechanism it actually uses for throwing stuff around is not explained.
* ''{{Halo}}'' has the Gravity Hammer.
* ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' has Gravity spells in the first game and ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories Chain of Memories]]'', and Zero Gravity spells in ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep Birth by Sleep]]''. The arrowgun-wielding Braig / Xigbar has gravity powers in addition to his [[ThinkingUpPortals control over space]].
* All biotic powers (with the exception of Dominate) in ''Franchise/MassEffect'' are achieved by mass manipulation, and thus could be called a form of gravity control. A low-mass field will lift an object or move it in any direction. A high-mass field will slam it into the ground or crush it. Biotic characters can even use the Singularity power to generate miniature black holes that will attract all loose objects and weakened enemies ([[SelectiveGravity though strangely not stronger enemies or fellow party members]]). Also, the [[CoolShip Normandy]] uses a similar effect to achieve thrust while still remaining [[StealthInSpace stealthy]]. The Tantalus Drive Core generates a high-gravity field in front of the ship that the Normandy "falls into", and momentum carries it from there.
** In fact, mass manipulation (or "[[TitleDrop mass effect]]") is how ''everything'' in the series works, via a strange material called [[MinovskyParticle "element zero" or "eezo"]]. How it works is simple: positive charges to it increase its mass, and negative charges decrease mass. The possibilities explode from there. For example, [=FTL=] travel is achieved by making the net mass of a ship ''negative'', thereby making relativity look the other way. [=BioWare=] really [[ShownTheirWork did their homework]].
** Some Asari, having had ''millennia'' to train their biotic abilities, demonstrate that it's possible to ''fly'' using this technique, though it appears to be very physically taxing and so is mostly used slow their descent when jumping from heights. Justicar Samara is the most frequent user, though the much younger Liara pulls it off while chasing Tela Vasir.
* The boss Nightmare in ''{{Metroid}} Fusion'' can control gravity, making it take longer for you to reach your full jumping height--and making your missiles fall to the ground. Only your PureEnergy beams can work in the high-gravity, never mind that gravity affects ''all'' particles the same regardless of mass, and since your beams go at about the same speed as the missiles they should have the same arc.
** Like he's any better in ''[[VideoGame/MetroidOtherM Other M]]''. The first phase, it uses a gravity field to weigh down Samus while peppering her with energy spheres and lasers until she can short out its generator with the Ice Beam. The second phase? It uses its gravity powers more defensively, including shooting a black hole from that generator that causes ALL of Samus' projectiles to warp off their path and into it. Luckily Samus herself is by this point wearing the gravity suit upgrade, which renders her immune to the effects.
* The ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' move Gravity allows several {{Mons}} to do this. Using it removed the immunity to Ground attacks Flying types and Pokemon with Levitate have, prevents use of attacks which involve jumping or flying, and reduces everyone's evasion by 2/5, all of which lasts for five turns.
* In ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'', Shu Shirakawa's [[HumongousMecha Granzon]] is able to manipulate gravity to a physics-breaking extent. In event scenes, it uses this ability to [[CutscenePowerToTheMax throw its enemies around like ragdolls]]. In actual combat, it gets more creative, using attacks that [[OurWormholesAreDifferent create wormholes]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-dSfEUBV-8 fire miniature black holes at the enemy]]. A few other mecha have lesser gravity-based powers, such as warp field barriers and weapons that [[YouFailPhysicsForever fire beams of gravity at the enemy]].
** The latter could be justified if the beam's effect is to create a rapidly-shifting gravity field which causes objects inside to vibrate rapidly and hence disintegrate - sort of like a sonic weapon that works [[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE!]] - or, more mundanely, if it simply fires a beam of ''gravitons''.
* In TalesOfMajEyal, the [[TimeMaster Paradox Mage]] class are spacetime mages rather than pure time manipulators. They have a family of gravity spells that manipulate enemies' positions.
* In ''VideoGame/{{VVVVVV}}'', it's the only ability you have. You either flip up to the ceiling, or flip to the floor.
* The ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}'' DLC patch ''Minerva's Den'' introduced the Gravity Well plasmid, which allows you to throw a ball that exerts a massive gravitational pull which can suck in all the enemies and objects around it for a short period, immobilising them.
* The Dark element in ''PhantasyStarUniverse'' takes the form of damaging gravity fields.
** Even before ''Universe'', the last three games in the original series had the Grafto line of techniques, localized as Gra, which damaged its targets with intense gravity.
* ''[[{{Amorphous}} Amorphous+]]'' has the [[BossInMookClothing Void Eater]]. It's a BlobMonster with extremely high, compressed density, allowing it to manipulate gravity. It can:
** Utilize a gravitational field to draw the player towards it.
** Compress and decompress itself to send out a [[InstantDeathRadius deadly shockwave]].
** "Collect and compress local particles and then project this incredibly dense material in a type of 'Density Stream' which would draw in and obliterate any nearby matter". In other words, a DisintegratorRay that [[OhCrap sucks the player towards it]].
* A mage player character in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'' can take the Force Mage specialization, which is... well, it's this trope. The player character's mage sister Bethany will become one if she lives past Act I of the game.
* The M-308 Gunner mecha from the {{NES}} game [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metal_Storm_%28video_game%29 Metal Storm]] has the ability to flip gravity.
* The newest character, Ley, in ''GrandChase'' mixes this trope up with SummonMagic.
* Quantum-Genesis heroes in ''{{Darkspore}}'' are either this or TimeMaster.
* In ''VideoGame/AgeOfMythology'' Atlas' divine power is the Implosion: a sphere that use gravity to suck all the enemy units in its radius (it even bends nearby buildings) and then explodes, spitting back the surviving enemies.
* [[spoiler: Lambdadelta]] from ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is this. She can create BLACK HOLES.
* This is the heroine's (as well as several antagonists) power in [[GravityRush Gravity Rush]]. Complete with a [[ShoutOut Gravity]] [[TheGmodIdiotBox Cat]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Bioforge}}'': The entire race of Phyxx. Their civilization was built upon the mastery of gravity. The upper class lives in low gravity cities where little physical effort is needed, while the worker/soldier class were grown in high gravity environments to make them stronger.
* In ''[[ChoiceOfGames Heroes Rise]]'' and its sequel, the [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual Powered]] individuals in the Infini-Power range are able to manipulate gravity on the atomic level, but the ability can be unstable. In the sequel, the corrupt Presidential candidate uses Infini-Powered individuals as an example of the necessity of the SuperRegistrationAct.
* A recurring boss in the ''VideoGame/{{Strider}}'' series, the [[IHaveManyNames Anti-Gravity Device/Gravity Core/Gravitron]] are spherical machines designed to manipulate and control the gravity around them. Besides allowing the AirborneAircraftCarrier to float in the sky, halls next to these machines suffer a "reverse-gravity" effect, [[GravityScrew which forces the player to fight upside-down in the ceiling]].
** [[ScaryBlackMan Juroung]] from the remake uses gravity control (provided by a smaller version of the machine above, embedded in his body) to [[MakingASplash manipulate water into several shapes such as hands, insects or pillars.]]
* Whalers in ''{{Dishonored}}'' can telekinetically pull Corvo towards them. Daud also has this ability in ''The Knife of Dunwall''.
* The Origin Crisis DLC for [[DCUniverseOnline DCUO]] includes a Quantum powerset, which has a mixture of TimeMaster powers and this.
* Vampire programs in ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' have the ability to control gravity. Like, walking up columns, somersaulting and rolling for cover on the ceilings.
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* One of the characters in the webcomic ''Knowledge Is Power'' has gravity manipulation as an ability.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Pacificators}}'', [[ProperLady Muneca]] is the only [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/MangaPacisV01CH01P034.html Pacificator of Gravity in existence.]] However, she can't decrease or increase gravity - what she can do is [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/MangaPacisV01CH01P047.html "move" gravity around.]] For a more in-depth explanation, look [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter02n059Coursepr.jpg here.]]
* In ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'', gravitic technology is used for both protection and offense ("gravy-guns"), as well as sundry other uses [[CaptainObvious such as]] ArtificialGravity and ship propulsion. The ''UNS Tunguska'' - between its ridiculously overengineered power supply and its AI Gus - has extremely precise control, lifting the Toughs into the air as a show of force, transmitting a message by using gravity to rattle the ship's hull, and even gravitically controlling [[spoiler:Tagon to shoot Jak in the head]]. All of this is notable in that it probably is NOT Art Major Physics.
** The Pa'anuri, being dark matter-based {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, have this as their ''only'' way of interacting with regular matter. Considering they're really pissed at organics for teraport usage, that interaction usually involves crushing.
* The aptly-named supervillain Greta Gravity in ''{{Spinnerette}}'' possesses gravity-altering powers. She has demonstrated her powers in the comic mostly by levitating objects, but has also used it to make the eponymous heroine heavy enough to crack the sidewalk just by standing on it.
* ''Webcomic/WaywardSons'': Hermaz can decrease gravity's effectiveness on himself and others, and somehow use it for midair propulsion. He once increased it instead, grounding and immobilizing a winged enemy.
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* In NewVindicators, one of the students from the European school, Kasimir Flaegler is a German boy whose powers manifested when he was blinded and nearly killed during a boating accident. He can alter local gravity enough to let others have a limited kind of flight, fly himself, raise or lower gravity, fire gravity blasts, and at one point helped keep the falling sky island of Laputa aloft.
* Several characters from the ''GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' have control over gravity. The heroes include Collapsar, Neutron Star, Orbits I and II (one is a Canadian hero, the other a Turkish hero), Gravity Man, and White Dwarf. The villains include Urania, Gravity, Black Hole, Event Horizon, Crusher, Deadweight, and Singularity.
* Solar Max II from the ''[[WebOriginal/AcademyOfSuperheroes ASH]]'' universe is an extremely powerful gravity-wielder, enough so that he can make black holes and bend space. Devastator, a supervillain, has power over multiple forces ''including'' gravity.
* This is common enough in the WhateleyUniverse that there are standard 'moves' for gravity-wielders. Jadis' new roommate Misty can lift several tons, or can slam someone to the ground with several tons of force. Misty has (unfortunately) named herself 'Superchick' and adopted a trademark-violating costume she made herself.
** Then there's G-Force, who is one of the Capes (the Future Superheroes of America club) on campus. When attacked by G-Force, Phase demonstrated that this power set has some distinct weaknesses.
* A supervillain known only as the Chief Designer, apparently a former head of the [[ColdWar Soviet]] space program, created a device called the Gravity Engine, strong enough to pull the Moon from its orbit, and gave it to TheMercuryMen to do just that.
* [[TheGmodIdiotBox Gravity Cat Not Amused.]]
* Topsy from ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' has the power to make gravity go in whatever direction he wants, be it left, right or up.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Graviton in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''. He gets really, [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity really]] [[AGodAmI caught up]] in how awesome this is.
--> "I control one of the [[LargeHam FOUR FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF REALITY]]!"
* The Wizard, the leader of the Frightful Four in the ''{{WesternAnimation/Ultimate Spider-Man}}'' animated series has this ability thanks to his tech, specifically his gravity discs.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Birdman}} and the Galaxy Trio''
** Gravity Girl is from the planet Gravitas and has control over gravity as a racial superpower.
** In "Gralik of Gravitas" the villain Gravitas develops a gravity ray that can tremendously increase gravitational force on an object or apply AntiGravity to it.
* Gravitina from ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', the "Mistress of Mass and all its Attraction". Notably, her powers made her head roughly the size of a go-kart.
** There's an episode where she swells Buzz Lightyear's head up to match hers and this gives him the exact same powers.
* Tso Lan the Moon Demon in ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures''.
-->'''Tso Lan:''' Behold, my mastery of gravity.
* The VillainOfTheWeek Massive from ''WesternAnimation/LoonaticsUnleashed''.
* One of Ben's new aliens in ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' is Gravattack, a walking mini-planet that can manipulate gravity.
* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS3E2TheCrystalEmpirePart2 "The Crystal Empire, Part 2"]], Twilight Sparkle demonstrates that her magic arsenal includes gravity spells. She uses one to [[DungeonBypass bypass an impossibly tall spiral staircase]]: rather than climbing the stairs, she reverses her own gravity and ''slides up'' the bottom of the staircase.
* WesternAnimation/ExoSquad gives us the Grav Sheild, a weapons system which manipulates gravity to crush fleets of enemy ships like beer cans. Neo Sapien-occupied Earth is protected by one of these for a time,[[note]]before the [[LesCollaborateurs human scientist]] who happens to be the [[NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackup only one to understand its function]] sabotages it and defects to the Exo Fleet,[[/note]] and later on the Exo Fleet base on Io is also protected by such a device[[note]]until it breaks, [[ParanoiaGambit although the Neo Sapeins don't know it's broken.]][[/note]]. For [[HandWave vaguely-explained reasons]], the Grav Sheild is entirely ineffective against cloaked ships, showing that the only way to fight phlebotinum is with phlebotinum.
* The ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'' villain Tug-Mug could increase people's weight to pin them to the ground or decrease it to leave them floating helplessly in the air.
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