After the apparent death of Reed, Susan becomes a capable leader. Susan keeps searching for Reed, feeling he is still alive, despite romantic advances from her old flame, Namor the Sub-Mariner. The Fantastic Four eventually rescue the time-displaced Reed, who finds himself temporarily losing confidence in his leadership skills, since Susan is also a capable leader. This new Marvel Girl came from an alternate future, where she was the child of Susan and Doctor Doom.
Susan eventually comes to accept the young girl as a friend. During a conflict with Abraxas , Franklin reveals that he used his abilities to save Susan's original stillborn child and place it in another alternate future. After the ordeal involving Abraxas, Marvel Girl is restored to a baby again inside Susan's womb. Susan again has a difficult birthing. Due to the help of Doctor Doom, Susan gives birth to a healthy baby girl, which Doom names Valeria, his price for helping Sue. Doom places a spell on the baby, which makes her his familiar spirit , to be used against the Fantastic Four.
The Fantastic Four wrestle Valeria free from Doom's control and defeat him. Zius, leader of a group of Galactus refugees , kidnaps Susan. His intent was to use her powers to hide planets from Galactus. Reed finds a way to fool Zius, by switching Susan and Johnny's powers. Susan assists in an adventure where Johnny becomes a herald of Galactus. Wielding a cosmic version of her powers, Johnny is able to see through people to the very cores of their personality.
Both Sue and Johnny gain a newfound respect for each other and how they deal with their powers. Soon, Reed tries to switch the powers back. The entire FF's powers are granted to four random civilians before being restored to their rightful wielders. This parallels an earlier torture by Doom, where Sue was given an extremely painful version of Johnny's pyrokinetic ability. During the storyline " Civil War ", which takes place in the aftermath of an explosion in a residential neighborhood in Stamford, Connecticut , and prompting calls for the government to register people with superhuman abilities, Sue's brother Johnny is beaten up by locals angered by his celebrity superhero status.
Although Sue is initially part of the pro-registration side supporting the Superhuman Registration Act , she defects after the Thor clone, created by her husband Mister Fantastic and Tony Stark , kills Bill Foster. Sue leaves the Baxter Building, informing Reed via a note that their children are in his care, as she intends to join Captain America's underground resistance force.
Her final injunction to her husband is a heartfelt request: "Please fix this. The Storm siblings narrowly escape a team of S. The two further elude detection by operating under fake husband and wife identities provided by Nick Fury, becoming members of Captain America's Secret Avengers. Before storming the Negative Zone prison, Sue visits Namor to plead for assistance.
He refuses and indicates she is still attracted to him, an accusation she does not deny. During the final battle depicted in Civil War 7, as Susan is nearly shot by Taskmaster , but Reed Richards jumps in front of her and takes the brunt of the attack, sustaining a major injury. Outraged, Susan beats Taskmaster into the ground. Following the end of the war, Susan helps with the clean-up of New York City.
She and the other Secret Avengers are granted amnesty, and she returns home to Reed. Seeking to repair the damage done to their marriage as a result of the war, Sue and Reed take time off from the Fantastic Four, but ask Storm and the Black Panther to take their places in the meantime. Reed has designed a machine that recreates the Sentry 's aura. The Hulk, only momentarily calmed, discovers the ruse. Sue deploys her force fields to defend Reed against the Hulk, who shatters her protective fields with such force that she collapses, leaving Reed vulnerable.
Reed suffers a vicious beating at the hands of the Hulk; Sue telephones the Sentry for help. The Hulk transforms Madison Square Garden into a gladiatorial arena. Sue and the other defeated heroes are held captive in a lower level. The heroes are outfitted with the same obedience disks that were used to suppress the Hulk's powers and force him to fight his companions on Sakaar.
At the same time, a mysterious new group, calling themselves the New Defenders, commits robberies, and one of their members, Psionics, starts a relationship with Johnny. After a bad break-up, Johnny is kidnapped by the Defenders, along with Doctor Doom and Galactus, to power a massive machine that is designed to apparently save the people of the future years from now, a plan orchestrated by Tabitha, who is revealed to be Susan Richards from years in the future. Eventually, the present Fantastic Four are able to save both the present Earth and the future Earth by sending the future inhabitants to the Earth Trust's private duplicate Nu-Earth, but after freeing Doctor Doom, the future Sue goes to apologize to him and is electrocuted by Doom.
While Susan is on a lecture tour in Vancouver, British Columbia, a Skrull posing as Mister Fantastic ambushes her, applying pressure to her skull with an invisible force field and knocking her unconscious. Then, a Skrull infiltrates the Baxter Building disguised as Susan and opens a portal into the Negative Zone , forcing the top three floors of the building into the Negative Zone, and in turn trapping herself, Johnny, Ben, and the two Richards children there.
The Skrull impersonating her is later revealed to be Johnny's ex-wife Lyja ,  who once infiltrated the Fantastic Four by impersonating Ben Grimm's love interest Alicia Masters. Reed started the Future Foundation for the benefit of the world and for science. Sue and the rest of the Fantastic Four create a life raft that will save them from the coming death of the universe. However, right before the final incursion between their universe and the Ultimate Universe , Sue's part of the ship becomes separated.
Reed and Black Panther plan to get her ship back, with Sue holding her part together with her force field. However, the death of the universe proves too much, even for her, and she, Ben, and her children die at the hands of Oblivion , with Reed screaming in agony at the death of his wife and children. Captain Marvel tells him they need to go, and they leave Sue's destroyed part of the ship behind. When Molecule Man transfers his power to Reed, Reed used it to resurrect his family including Sue, and they began to rebuild the entire Multiverse.
The Invisible Woman received her powers after cosmic radiation had triggered mutagenic changes in her body.
Originally only able to turn herself invisible, Sue later discovered she could render other things invisible as well and project an invisible force field. It has been said on numerous occasions, including by the Fantastic Four's greatest opponent, Doctor Doom, that Susan Storm is the single-most powerful member of the quartet and she is one of the few beings able to rupture the shell of a Celestial. As the Invisible Woman, Susan can render herself wholly or partially invisible at will. She can also render other people or objects fully or partially invisible too, affecting up to 40, cubic feet 1, cubic meters of volume.
She achieves these feats by mentally bending all wavelengths of visible, infrared, and ultraviolet light to bend around herself or her target without causing any visible distortion effects. According to the Women of Marvel: Celebrating Seven Decades Handbook , Sue's retinas don't function conventionally and instead of just registering objects using reflected light, the retinas in Sue's eyes also interpolate shapes based on reflected cosmic rays, which in the Marvel Universe are always present in the atmosphere, granted usually only in small concentrations.
This anomaly apparently allows her to perceive invisible people and objects, though she does not see them in colour since the cosmic-ray reflections bypass her eyes' rods and cones; her vision may also be monochromatic when she herself is invisible since her eyes do not reflect light in that state, though she otherwise seems to possess a full range of vision while she is invisible.
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Sue can also mentally generate a psionic field of invisible force apparently drawn from hyperspace, which she is able to manipulate for a variety of effects. For example, Sue can shape her fields into simplistic invisible constructs e. She can vary the texture and tensile strength of her field to some extent, rendering it rigid as steel or as soft and yielding as foam rubber; softer variants on the field enable her to cushion impacts more gently, and are less likely to result in psionic backlash against Susan herself in some cases, sufficiently powerful assaults on her more rigid psionic fields can cause her mental or physical pain via psychic feedback.
She is also able to make her shields opaque or translucent like milk glass to effectively block variations of light such as laser-beams , or make them semipermeable to filter oxygen from water though the latter is mentally taxing. By generating additional force behind her psionic constructs, Sue can turn them into offensive weapons, ranging from massive invisible battering rams to small projectiles such as spheres and darts.
By forming one of her force fields within an object and expanding the field, Sue can cause her target to explode. She can also travel atop her animated constructs, enabling her to simulate a limited approximation of levitation or flight.
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She can manipulate the energy of her force fields around other objects to simulate telekinetic abilities as well. She is capable of generating and manipulating multiple psionic force fields simultaneously. This power is only limited by her concentration; once she stops concentrating on a psionic force field, it simply ceases to exist. Sue's psionic force fields can also counteract or interact with other forms of psychic energy.
For instance, when battling against Psi-Lord, an adult version of her own son , her force fields shielded her mind from his telepathic abilities. Susan is an excellent swimmer and a capable unarmed combatant, having been trained in judo by Mister Fantastic  and received additional coaching from Iron Fist ,  the Thing , and She-Hulk.
This film portrays Sue very much as she was in the original comics; shy, reserved and infatuated with Reed. The film concludes with Reed and Sue's marriage. She is dating Von Doom at the beginning of the film. Immediately prior to the arrival of the cosmic storm which grants her the ability to manipulate light allowing her to disappear and generate semi-visible force fields , Victor proposes to her: she turns him down. Unlike in other media, Sue was not able to render her normal clothes invisible which resulted in an embarrassing moment when Sue tried to disrobe to sneak through a crowd, only to reappear while still in her underwear.
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Although her powers are influenced by her emotions, she manages to control her abilities during the team's climactic battle with Von Doom. Sue accepts Richards' proposal of marriage at the end of the film. In the sequel, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer , Sue Storm's wedding to Mister Fantastic is interrupted by the arrival of the Silver Surfer , who initially serves as a herald to the planet-consuming Galactus, but later decides to oppose Galactus' attack upon Earth because Sue reminds him of the woman he loved back on his homeworld.
While attempting to shield the Silver Surfer with a force field, Sue is stabbed through the chest by a spear created by a cosmic-powered Doctor Doom, and she dies in Reed's arms. However, Silver Surfer uses his cosmic powers to heal her. After the Surfer successfully fends off Galactus, Sue and Reed marry. The scientists working alongside Franklin Storm were able to create a special suit to help Susan master her abilities. When Victor von Doom returns from Planet Zero and goes on a rampage trying to get back to Planet Zero, Susan is devastated when her adoptive father is killed by Victor.
She later helps Reed, Ben and Johnny defeat Victor. Invisible Woman was ranked as the 99th greatest comic book character of all time by Wizard magazine. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the comic book character. For other uses, see Invisible Woman disambiguation. For other uses, see Invisible Girl disambiguation.
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Hulk and the Agents of S. Season 1. Episode June 29, Global Achievements. Backer beta is nothing short of amazing. Let's see if I can remember everything I came across last night. Location: Final beta boss Bug: During one round, two drones doubled up on Sue. After one of the drones were destroyed I think the first one to grab him he could act normally, but was stilling getting "crushed" by the second drone each round.
Just killed the un bloody thing. Location: Final beta boss Bug: Dave was the first party member to get grabbed by a drone. IIRC, he was never targeted by enemies after that either. Had to beat the final boss on difficulty 3 with only three party members. As for constructive criticisms Sometimes my brain goes "derp" and I'll back out of a vendor or skip a piece of dialogue when examining something.
This may be me being too OCD or something, but it broke me when we jumped into a fight immediately after Sue joined the team. Jumping into a fight right away meant I couldn't do that with Sue. Yes, the abilities have short descriptions when the cursor highlights them, but they don't give specific numbers.
Maybe this is intentional on your part. If not, moving Sue a little closer to the elevator and having a brief "walk" to the fight or some such would allow player's a chance to familiarize themselves with what he can do before diving into the fray. It'd be nice to know just how long-lasting are abilities like Sue's earth buff, counter-attack which I could swear carried on even after his next action at one point , Chahan's party defense move, etc.
After having played through once, I'm still not entirely sure just how the rage effect works. I imagine if I go through and read that bit again I'll figure it out, but it didn't quite seem clear enough the first time through.