The ability to vibrate molecules at a high frequency. Sub-power of Molecular Manipulation.
- Molecular Destabilization/Vibration
The user can vibrate the molecules of living (including themselves) and non-living matter at high speeds with various effects, most commonly to passing through or harden other molecules.
- The user may not be able to harm their opponents, in addition to not being harmed during their state of molecular vibration.
- User can be incapacitated if their molecules are slowed down.
Using Heruzer Haoen, Alita (Battle Angel Alita) vibrates her molecules at 100 Hz, allowing her strikes to bypass defenses.
Using the Rippling Sword technique, Ophelia (Claymore) vibrates her arm so fast it appears motionless, making her attacks near-impossible to anticipate or block.
The abilities of Lucy's (Elfen Lied) vectors vary depending on their molecular vibration frequency, ranging from phasing through matter...
...to being used as slashing weapons...
...to reconnecting cells to heal wounds.
Medaka Kurokami (Medaka Box) vibrating her foot to bypass an opponent's human shield and hit her directly.
Using the Sato-oshi strike, Shredder (Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) uses his energy to rapidly vibrate his fists, dealing a powerful body blow to Batman.
Ian Peek (Batman Beyond) uses a specialized vibra-space belt to vibrate his molecules in such a way that he becomes intangible.
The Powerpuff Girls (The Powerpuff Girls) rapidly vibrating to become invisible.
Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman (DC Comics) can vibrate his molecules at such speeds that he becomes invisible and reappears again...
...to match the vibration frequency of a phantom planet...
...to perform an Infinite Mass Punch with the force of a white dwarf star...
...to tear the Cyborg Superman apart...
...and to become intangible, phasing through a punch from Doomsday.
Barry Allen/The Flash (DC Comics) vibrating to phase through the wall.
Eobard Thawne/Reverse Flash (DC Comics) is able to create sonic booms just from simply snapping his fingers by vibrating them at high speeds.
As a conduit of the Speed Force like his grandfather, Bart Allen/Impulse (DC Comics) can vibrate his molecules using his supernatural speed to escape containment, such as cages or handcuffs.
Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog) can vibrate the air molecules around his body at super speed to create his Insta-Shield...
...vibrate his hands at super-speeds to loosen rope bindings...
...use the Sonic Heal to vibrate his molecules and heal his wounds...
...vibrate his molecules to become intangible, phasing through a giant Caterkiller...
...and vibrate at such speeds that he becomes invisible, allowing him to attack Robotnik unseen.
Rai (Valiant Entertainment Comics) using his new Japanese enhanced physiological abilities to become an unstoppable battering ram, plowing through an army of wastelanders with ease.
The Flash (DC Extended Universe) vibrating a window apart.
Eobard Thawne/Reverse Flash (The Flash) vibrates his arm to pierce
through Cisco's chest, killing him instantly.