"What’s happening to me? I feel...different!! As though my entire body is charged with some sort of fantastic energy!!"
― Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Marvel Comics) after getting bitten by the Radioactive Spider.
The ability to
be altered, powered and/or created by science
Artificially Enhanced Physiology
. Opposite to
Magically Enhanced Physiology
Artificial/Synthetic Lifeform Physiology
Product of Science
Science Altered Physiology
Science Powered Physiology
The user is altered, powered and/or created by science. Their specific physiology can be the result of scientific experiments whether proven successful or abortive, the improbable consequence of scientific accidents will. Their original physiology can be either altered through genetics (mutations), drugs, cybernetics or radioactive waste which may allow them to morph into an artificial being, one powered by scientific energies. The resulting traits and abilities vary greatly between users, can be controlled or not, and may be seen as either a gift or a curse.
Dr. Animo has a hand in Clancy's (Ben 10) insect mutation.
Kevin Levin (Ben 10) often takes on the form of a monstrous, chimeric fusion of aliens when he absorbs energy from the Omnitrix/Ultimatrix.
Cybersix (Cybersix), created by Doctor Von Reichter.
Barry Allen/The Flash (DC Comics)
Qwsp (DC Comics) is powered by super science properties from the Fifth Dimension
Klyzyzk Klntplkz (DC Comics) is powered by super science of the Fifth Dimension…
Thunderbolt (DC Comics) is powered by super science of the Fifth Dimension
Batmite (DC Comics) is powered by super science of the Fifth Dimension
Computer Tyrant/Mr. Starr (DC Comics)
Lex Luthor (DC/Justice League)
Lexiac (DC/Justice League Unlimited)
Kaine (Marvel Comics) as the monstrous Tarantula.
Red She-Hulk (Marvel Comics)
Spider-Girl (MC2/Marvel Comics) inherited her spider powers from her father.
Spider-Women (Marvel Comics)
Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Marvel Comics) gained his spider powers after getting bite by a radioactive spider.
The Bleeding Edge Armor (Marvel Comics), unlike any armor before it, is stored in Stark's bones, and can be assembled and controlled by his thoughts.
Wolverine (Marvel Comics)
Wade Wilson/Deadpool (Marvel Comics) gained his healing factor and enhanced strength after being experiment on by the Weapon X Program.
Sabretooth (Marvel Comics) gained enhanced strength from his son, Graydon Creed and Adamantium claws from the Weapon X Program.
The Brain (Pinky and the Brain) is a lab mice who got his genes spliced giving him
Derek (Static Shock) in his monster form.
Tamra Lawerence (Static Shock) in her beast form.
Carter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1987 TV series) can transform into a yellow skinned creature with super-strength due to exposure to Mutagen.
The Ninja Turtles (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1987) in their super mutant forms.
The Powerpuff Girls (The Powerpuff Girls) are a mixture of sugar, spice, and everything nice, along with a special ingretient called "Chemical X".
Stitch, A.K.A. Experiment 626 (Lilo & Stitch), an illegal genetic experiment created by Jumba who's prime objective is to destroy anything he touches.
Experiment 624 (Lilo & Stitch) is an illegal genetic experiment who is design to turn good experiments back to bad ones.
Created by the FBI, Agent Orange (WildStorm Comics) is a super powered killing machine.
Misaka Worst (A Certain Magical Index) is a unique individual clone of Misaka Mikoto created from the Third Season Project.
The Sisters (A Certain Magical Index) are collective clones of the original Misaka Mikoto produced from the Radio Noise Project
Last Order (A Certain Magical Index) is the 20001st clone of Misaka Mikoto and the administrator of the Misaka Network.
Lieutenant Kurotsuchi Nemu (Bleach) is an artificial entity created from the Gigai technology and Gikon technology by Captain Kurotsuchi.
Cell (Dragon Ball series) is a Bio-Android created by Dr. Gero to be the perfect weapon.
The lesser Homunculi (Fullmetal Alchemist)
Nizō Okada (Gintama) completely fuses with the high-tech anti-aircraft bio-weapon, Benizakura.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) when he activates the Cursed Seal of Heaven.
Jūgo (Naruto) in the process of mutating himself via his enzymes.
They were being experimented by Orochimaru (Naruto).
Modifiying himself into cyborg after nearly being killed, Franky (One Piece) gained cybernetically enhanced strength and a wide arsenal of artillery installed into his
Tony Tony Chopper (One Piece) in his
Monster Point form.
Absalom (One Piece) after having surgical implants of different parts of animals.
Gatasubal (Yu Yu Hakusho) is composed entirely of a hybrid metal of combined steel and living cells, experiments of Dr. Ichigaki.
Vincent Valentine (Compilation of Final Fantasy VII) in the form of Chaos.
SOLDIERs (Final Fantasy 7) are all infused with the cells of an extraterrestrial to enhance their own physiology.
Joseph Bertrand III (Infamous) as an Infected…
…in the form of the Behemoth.
Albert Wesker (Resident Evil) after absorbing the Uroborous
Due to being experimented on with Dark Eco for two years, Jak (Jak and Daxter) can transform into "Dark Jak".
Daxter (Jak and Daxter) can transform into "Dark Daxter" due to further exposure to Dark Eco.
Sonson (Marvel vs. Capcom 2) can temporarily take on a more monstrous monkey form.
Harab Serap (Metal Gear Acid 2) is one of many test subjects created by SaintLogic.
Dr. M (Sly Cooper) performed some of his gene-splicing experiments on himself to become stronger.
The SA-X (Metroid Fusion) in its monster form.
James Heller (Prototype 2)
Shadow the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog) was made to be the Ultimate Lifeform.
Biolizard (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Xion (Bloody Roar) in the form of the Unborn.
Richard Wilkins III (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) in the form of the snake demon Olvikan.
Mohinder (Heroes) slowly transforms into an insect monster.
Indominus Rex (Jurassic World)
Cadence Nash (The Troop) is a human/Blood Thrasher hybrid, and can assume her Blood Thrasher form at will.
Peyton Westlake (Darkman)