Telepathic & Invisible

The right recon can make or break just about any mission, and who better to gather the intel you need than a Telepath? From Telepathic superheroes and aliens to mutants and everything in between, in this category, we face off some of the mightiest mind readers out there.

Carl Jenkins vs Darryl Revok

Carl Jenkins (Starship Troopers)

Special Operations Tactician Carl Jenkins is a psychic friend of Rico and Dizzy’s from high school. The other Roughnecks avoid Jenkins like the plague because his telepathic powers give them the creeps.

Darryl Revok (Scanners)

Darryl Revok was the son of Dr. Paul Ruth and an unidentified mother. He was gifted with enhanced telepathic abilities due to his mother receiving the highest amount of ephemeral, a drug that was marketed as a tranquilizer for pregnant women

Telepathic Invisible Characters

You need to break into a heavily guarded fortress and rescue a damsel in distress! Which of these telepaths do you choose to help you save the day?

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Jean Grey vs Wanda Maximoff

Jean Grey/Phoenix (X-Men)

Jean Grey is an evolved mutant with powerful telekinetic and telepathic abilities, further enhanced by the cosmic energies of the Phoenix Force.

Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch (Avengers)

Scarlet’s telepathy is a function of her core powers: chaos magic manipulation. She isn’t a natural telepathic superhero. That said, she can do some powerful things.

Telepathic Invisible Characters

Which telepathic superheroes win?

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Ryan James vs Matt Parkman

Ryan James (Smallville)

Ryan James was a boy gifted with the powers of telepathy and possibly other psychic abilities.

Matt Parkman (Heroes)

Matt has the ability of telepathy, an ability that he was originally only able to use to hear thoughts. Matt is able to project his thoughts to another in a moment of crisis, though he cannot explain what happened afterward.

Telepathic Invisible Characters

After hours of interrogation, your perp just won’t break. You need to use his secrets against him. Who do you choose to lead the interrogation?

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Mantis (Guardians of the Galaxy)

Mantis has two slim antennae growing from her head that amplify her telepathic and empathic abilities. It can also transmit and receive telepathic impressions that can affect all of the receiver’s senses. Mantis’ mind has also been known to have precognitive powers and has received flashes of future events.

Kuato (Total Recall, movie 1990)

Kuato and a number of other mutants in Total Recall’s main power is telepathy.

Mantis vs Kuato

Telepathic Invisible Characters

You forgot all about your exam! You need to ace it or it’s a summer school for you. Which telepath do you choose to help get you through it?

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Kilgrave vs Judge Cassandra Anderson

Kilgrave (Jessica Jones)

His powers came from experiments performed by his scientist parents, Louise and Albert Thompson

Judge Cassandra Anderson (Dredd)

A member of the PSI Division of the Justice Department. Judge Cassandra Anderson has psychic powers. In addition to being able to sense approaching danger and foresee events of the near future, she is also telepathic. This allows her to read other people’s minds and use mental attacks.

Telepathic Invisible Characters

You’ve been arrested! You can choose one of these psychics to break you out. Who do you choose?

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Saiki Kusuo (The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.)

The main protagonist of Saiki Kusuo no Nan. He has all kinds of psychic-related abilities. Saiki is also probably the most powerful character in anime!

Tatsumaki (One Punch Man)

Hero Association’s most powerful heroe. Tatsumaki and her sister are known as the Psychic Sisters. Tatsumaki uses psychokinesis to levitate and fly through the air at high speeds.

Saiki vs Tatsumaki

His powers really are the ones that are most dreaded! They can see the future, move objects, read minds, or even start wars! Which one of these psychics would win in an epic battle of minds only?

Invisible infiltrators Faceoff

The power to render oneself unseen to the naked eye may really come in handy if you’re a hitman, for instance, or just planning to gather intelligence. Time and time again we see this superpower both used and abused on screen by the superheroes, villains, and perverts of fiction. Which would you be? In this category we present some of the more memorable Transparents to be not seen on screen.

Susan Storm-Richards vs Violet Parr

Susan Storm-Richards (Fantastic Four)

The unnamed female Skrull is the infiltrator who replaced the Invisible Woman thus being part of the Fantastic Four.

Violet Parr (The Incredibles)

Susan Storm, or The Invisible Woman, can turn invisible and project force fields.

You’re putting together a group of superheroes to supervillains. You’ll call it: The super-awesome-shaven friends-fighting-force (WIP). Who do you recruit, Susan Storm-Richards or Violet Parr?

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Nick Halloway vs Adrian Griffin

Adrian Griffin (The Invisible Man)

Griffin was a brilliant scientist, as he discovered a drug due to which his body became transparent as a sheet of glass after swallowing it. This made him invisible (Source: Class Notes)

Nick Halloway (Memoirs of an Invisible Man)

He explains that his invisibility owes not to some biochemical accident or supernatural cause but rather to the unwillingness of other people to notice him, as he is black.

Invisible people tend to get creative when it comes to wearing certain things so that they can be seen. Whose getup do you like more?

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Miles Morales (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)

He has two abilities that the original Spider-Man does not have: the ability to camouflage himself, including his clothing, to match his surroundings, making him effectively invisible, and a “venom strike” that can temporarily paralyze almost anyone with just a touch. (Source:

Translucent (The Boys)

Translucent has nearly impenetrable skin and the power to turn invisible. Translucent is The Seven’s invisible superhero, thanks to his carbon metamaterial skin that bends light and makes him bulletproof.

Miles Morales vs Translucent

You’re being held captive in a drug cartel’s headquarters. Needless to say, security is heavy. Which infiltrator do you call upon to rescue you?

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Hawley Griffin vs Sebastian Caine

Hawley Griffin (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen)

Griffin was a brilliant scientist, as he discovered a drug due to which his body became transparent as a sheet of glass after swallowing it. This made him invisible.

Sebastian Caine (Hollow Man)

Arrogant scientist Sebastian Caine has developed a serum for the military that can make a subject invisible. As an invisible man, it was never long before Caine’s personality went from unpleasantly narcissistic to downright monstrous.

Hawley Griffin vs Sebastian Caine

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The Vanisher vs Bones

The Vanisher (Deadpool 2, movie)

The appearance of the Vanisher was for less than two seconds, yet a memorable cameo.

Bones (Power Rangers)

Bones could turn himself invisible at will to hide from his enemies.

Invisible Characters

As a superhero, you’re tired of fighting the pitiful excuses for villains that your city has to offer. Which of the below is a more worthy adversary?

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Having studied scriptwriting in London, I subsequently worked on a number of film sets. I write about pop culture trends, films, and tv series on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, and Hulu.