The power to be immune to the effects of drugs and other such foreign chemicals. Variation of Contaminant Immunity.

Also Called

  • Drug Immunity
  • Foreign Chemical Nullification
  • Immune to Drugs


User is immune to the effects of drugs and other foreign chemicals.


  • Various kinds of drugs will not incapacitate the user.
  • The user will never be addicted to drugs.




  • If the user is ill, drug medicine will not heal them.
  • May only be immune to certain kinds of drugs.
  • Can still be hurt by naturally occurring chemicals within the body

Known Users


  • April O'Neil (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; 2012 TV series)
  • Pickles (Metalocalypse)
  • Wildvine (Ben 10)
  • Gutrot (Ben 10: Omniverse)
  • Mutants (Futurama)


  • Superman (DC Comics)
  • Miss Martian (DC Comics)
  • Martian Manhunter (DC Comics)
  • Poison Ivy (DC Comics)
  • Joker (DC Comics)
  • Wolverine (Marvel Comics)
  • Deadpool (Marvel Comics)
  • Spider-Woman/Jessica Drew (Marvel Comics)
  • Spider-Man (Marvel Comics)
  • Captain America (Marvel Comics)
  • Elijah Bradley/Patriot (Marvel Comics)


  • Inuyasha (Inuyasha) He can hold his liqour, but when it comes to the Potion Master's Skae, it takes one dunk to get him drunk though his system clears it out quickly.
  • Haru Ichinose (Akuma no Riddle)

Video Games

  • Axe Zombies (Blood)
  • Bloated Butcherers (Blood)
  • Fast Zombies (Half-Life 2 Series)
  • Gonomes (Half-Life: Opposing Force)
  • Oghren (Dragon Age)
  • Poison Zombies (Half-Life 2 Series)
  • Rajan (Sly Cooper Series)
  • Standard Zombies (Half-Life Series)
  • Statues (Quake: Dissolution of Eternity)
    • Statue Death/Hell Knights
    • Statue Knights
  • Zombines (Half-Life 2 Series)
  • Zombies (Quake Series)


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