"Stop it!
"An' sonny does it — literally freezin' wings in mid-air — but no ice... More like he's trapped in — space? Time?"
― Angel and Gambit regarding the effects of New Sun's kinetic immobilization power. (Marvel Comics)

The power to stop motion from anything/everything. Sub-power of Motion Manipulation. Opposite to Motion Bestowal. Not to be confused with Motion Cancellation or Time Stopping.

Also Called

  • Kinetic Binding/Immobilization
  • Motion Binding/Theft
  • Unmove (Undead x Unluck)


Users can freeze kinetic energy to freeze all motion, and suspend a being or object in space and, potentially, even time.




  • Weak against Acceleration Immunity, Kinetic Charging, and Motion Bestowal.
  • Exposure to this power can lead to fatal collapse.
  • Users of either Immutability, or Property Locking are immune.
  • If the employed effect happens to be temporary in terms of this ability, the target would've possibly attacked the user by surprise.
    • If it's permanent, if the target happens to be accidental and without motive, the user might not have the power to give them back motion, even if they don't own the ability to control motion to begin with.
  • May require physical contact/touching to steal motion.
  • Suprise attack powers and/or weaponry, like for example Optic Blasts, might come in useful against the user, meaning he/she will have to be very cautious no matter how the power functions, whether ranged or requiring physical touch.

Known Users

  • Speedsters (DC Comics)
  • Bluebell (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!)
  • Remy LeBeau/Gambit (Marvel Comics)
  • New Sun (Marvel Comics)
  • Stasis (Image Comics)
  • Foxy the Silver (One Piece)
  • Chikara (Undead x Unluck)
  • Rock Lock (My Hero Academia)

Known Objects

  • The Speed Force (DC Comics)
  • The Still Force (DC Comics)
  • Rain Flame Users (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!)
  • Noro-Noro No Mi (One Piece)


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