The power to release extreme electrical current. Sub-power of Electricity Attacks. Combination of Paralysis Inducement and Electricity Manipulation.
- Electric Shock
The user can release extreme electrical current to destroy almost anything, causing extreme amounts of heat and paralysis in living beings.
- User may only be able to shock parts of an object.
- May be limited to organic materials.
- May be limited to inorganic materials.
- Batsuit Armor (The Dark Knight Returns)
- Shock Pen (iCarly)
- Clima-Tacts (One Piece)
- Rumble-Rumble Fruit/Goro Goro no Mi (One Piece)
- Ope Ope no Mi (One Piece)
Leslie Willis/Livewire (DCUA/Superman: The Animated Series)
Leslie Willis/LiveWire (DC Comics)
Billy Batson/Shazam (DC Comics)
Garth Ranzz/Lightning Lad/LiveWire (DC Comics)
Ayala Ranzz/Spark/Lightning Lass (DC Comics)
Toki (Code:Breaker) drawing lightning from electromagnetism to vaporize the Thousand Man.
Fu Chi'en (Tenjho Tenge) drawing electricity from the earth to electrocute Takayanagi.
Jinzo (Yu-Gi-Oh!) using Cyber Energy Shock to electrocute Odion.
Batman (The Dark Knight Returns) uses the technology in his exoframe to electrocute Superman.
Punished "Venom" Snake's (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain) "stun arm" can generate 120 volts of electricity, which he can use offensively.
The Pirate Robot (Dragon Ball) conducts electricity through its tail to electrocute Goku.
Laxus (Fairy Tail) shocking Natsu to unconsciousness.
Enel (One Piece) can release various levels of electricity due to the power of the Goro Goro no Mi.
Nami's (One Piece) using her Black Ball: Thundercloud Rod.
Trafalgar D. Water Law's (One Piece) Counter Shock.
Minks (One Piece) are able to electrocute enemies with an ability called Electro.
Fused Zamasu (Dragon Ball Super) crushes Goku's ankle while simultaneously using his ki to shock him.
Spaceman Kiss (Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery)