The ability to have one's monstrous nature linked to one's powers
. Variation of Self Power Link
- Monster/Monstrosity Power Link
The user can make their monstrous nature connect to their powers and use it to control them. The freakish aspect fuels the powers and allows them to be strengthened and utilized on various levels.
Monster Society of Evil (DC Comics)
Creature Commandos (DC Comics)
Monster League of Evil (DC Comics)
Gotham City Monsters (DC Comics)
Monsters of Evil (Marvel Comics)
Legion of Monsters (Marvel Comics)
Avengers of the Undead (Marvel Comics)
Marvel Monsters (Marvel Comics)
Fin Fang Four (Marvel Comics)
Monsters (Monsters vs. Aliens)
Pyscho Rangers' Monster Forms (Power Rangers)
Monsters (War of the Monsters)
The Organization for Generally Rotten Enterprises/OGRE (Drak Pack)
Savanti Romero's Monster Army (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
The Violator (Image Comics)
Monsterex (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures)
Ultimate Kevin (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
Since he escaped Kevin 11,000 (Ben 10) as human has the ability...
... to transformed intro kevin 11,000 after he absorbed the power of the other aliens.
Like his father Devlin Levin (Ben 10) has the ability...
... to transformed into kevin 11.
Monster Kevin (Ben 10 Reboot)
Omniverse Kevin (Ben 10: Omniverse)
Kevin's Past Mutation (Ben 10: Omiverse)
Ultimate Aggregor (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
Ternion (Teen Titans/DC Comics)
General Wade Eiling (DCAU/DC Comics)
Ebon-Streak (Static Shock/DCAU)
Bloodwork's Monster Form (Arrowverse/The Flash)
Guardian (The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest)
Bedaxtra (Dexter's Laboratory)
Multi-Farious (Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters)
Jonathan Rook/Stretch Monster (Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters)
Frankencreep (Scooby Doo! Frankencreepy)
Herbert Landon (Spider-Man: The Animated Series)