"You can fly?"
"No, Jump Good."
― Aku and Samurai Jack (Samurai Jack)
You do not fly. But you totally can jump hella high." ― The Greco-Roman Godhead, The Non-Adventures of Wonderella
The ability to
leap to supernatural heights and distances. Sub-power of Supernatural Body. Advanced version of Enhanced Leap.
User can jump incredible distances and land safely, covering frighteningly tall heights and long distances. Usually comes with extremely
strong and durable legs. In some cases, a jump can fool an observer into believing the person is " Flying", such as with early Superman comics.
Not actual Flight, but can help in getting a good start off in flight.
Unless the user can use the air as a surface, they cannot perform jumps while in midair.
Does not guarantee a safe landing.
Legs require full operation, may even require a running start.
May be weak against Flight Negation.
In a Single Bound.
Spring Spring no Mi ( One Piece)
Connor's wristband and pajamas ( PJ Masks)
Spring Coil ( Super Mario Galaxy)
Mantis Flip Coin ( Xiaolin Showdown)
Angel (Angel) leaps to a great height.
Superman (DC Comics) can "
Leap tall buildings in a single bound".
Mai Kawakami (Musaigen no Phantom World) can jump great distance while fighting her enemies.
The Mario Bros. (Super Mario series) are renowned for their jumping skills.
Kain Highwind (Final Fantasy IV/Dissidia)
Haven Troopers (Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots) derive the nickname of "Frogs" from this ability.
Jim Powell (No Ordinary Family)
Thanks to the X-Gene micromutating him, Mortimer Toynbee/Toad (Marvel Comics) can leap over 30 feet in a single jump.
As part of Hercules's (Marvel Comics) immense strength, he can vertically leap at extremely high heights like over 100 feet.
Luke Cage (Marvel Comics)
Carmelita can also leap higher altitudes than Sly to compensate for her inability to climb/spire jump/rail walk.
Fire Kraken (Skylanders Swap Force)
Rattle Shake (Skylander Swap Force)
Sachiel (Evangelion) can do a super jump that can literally destroy the surroundings.
Stitch (Lilo & Stitch) is one the characters in Disney Infinity 2.0 with the Super Jump feature.
Blueno (One Piece) using
Geppō, a technique that allows the users to actually jump off the air, allowing them to stay in the air for much longer than usual
Bellamy (One Piece) using
Spring Hopper to jump all over the place to gain momentum.
Hoshizora Miyuki/Cure Happy (Smile Precure) can jump to the sky and leap across great distances.
By switching to their squid form briefly, Inklings (Splatoon)...
...can leap across whole stages via their Super Jump ability to reach their spawn point, teammates...
...or any Squid Beakons they or their teammates have placed.
Agent 3 (Splatoon) can Super Jump to and from specific points on each level.
By switching to their octopus form briefly, Octolings (Splatoon)...
...can Super Jump to Agent 3's position.
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Star Wars) using
Force Jump to leap great distances unassisted.
Due to his cybernetic enhancements, Darth Vader (Star Wars) can jump great distances even without the Force.
Using a potion made from Gummiberries, the Gummi bears (The Adventures of the Gummi Bears) can jump incredible heights, However this only works for a limited time.
Mantis Flip Coin (Xiaolin Showdown) grant the user incredible jumping abilities.
Asami Koizumi (Young Justice) performs a chi-enhanced jump.
Guiron (Gamera vs Guiron) uses his super jump to severe Space Gyaos's wing in midair.
Saitama's (One Punch Man) inability to fly is compensated by his immense leg strength, allowing him to leap from the moon.
As the one who originally taught Jack how to
Jump Good, Monkey Boy (Samurai Jack) is able to jump high enough to nearly reach orbit.
Omniverse Kevin (Ben 10: Omniverse) possesses Crashhopper's jumping and leaping.
Star Platinum (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part III Stardust Crusaders)