Heat Vision (Power)

Also Called

  • Caloric Optics
  • Laser Eyes
  • Heat Beam Eye Blast
  • Eye Beam
  • Laser Vision
  • Eye Lasers
  • Thermal Blast

Capability

User is able to release/generate immense amount of heat from their eyes, which can used to heat, melt, weld, etc, objects.

Applications

The heat vision may be a direct intense heat or a general rise in temperature in the visual range of the user. Both can be used in various ways.
  • Deterrent: User fires uncomfortable heat at target causing them to retreat.
  • Melt: Intense heat fired at a specific area can cause water or any other element to melt.
  • Fusing/Welding Torch: Direct intense heat fired between two targets causing them to melt and fuse together.
  • Blasts/Bolts: Large amounts of heat directed over a wide area cause the hot air to escape making a wind gush.
  • Attack: A specific target receives a focused burn causing pain and scarring.
  • Fire Starter: A short focused burst on kindling can start a small fire or large waves of heat could burn down a forest.
  • Warmer: Gentle waves of heat can soothe a cold heart or warm up your dinner, for various purposes.
  • Enhanced Marksmanship: One can actually control the movements of his or her heat/laser vision such as making them travel in straight lines, curve, bend, twist, or even turn at will by making the rays and beams going into several directions at once the user desires. The user can also make them travel much longer and make absolute accuracy and marksmanship for long-range and long-distance attacks. They could even travel at incredible speeds and reach multiple targets with great precision and accuracy.

Definition for DC Comics

Also known as Thermal Blast is the ability to generate and fire a concentrated beam of super-heated thermal energy at an opponent.

Characters

  • Frank Donovan
  • Henry Bendix (Earth-50)
  • J'onn J'onzz (Smallville)
  • Kal-El (Cosmic Adventures)
  • Kal-El (DCAU)
  • Kal-El (Earth-1)
  • Kal-El (Smallville)
  • Kara Zor-El (Cosmic Adventures)
  • Lorraine Reilly (New Earth)
  • Omar Pairut (Earth-One)
  • Res-Vir (Pre-Zero Hour)
  • Ripjak (New Earth)
  • Solaar (Earth-One)
  • Solaris (DC One Million)
  • Superman (Clark Kent)

Definition for Marvel Comics

Characters

  • Auric
  • Strontians
  • Cyclops
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