Invisible Woman
Biographical information
Real name

Susan Storm Richards

Alternative name(s)

Invisible Woman

Physical description

mutated human



Hair color


Eye color


Personal information

Fantastic Four


Doctor Doom
Invisible Woman (Skrull)


Force Field Projection


Costume comprised of unstable molecules,
FF Symbol Communicator

Chronological and political information

Fantastic Four

Production details
First appearance

The Man Who Stole Tomorrow (Photo)

Voiced by

Erin Torpey

Image gallery (3)

Susan Storm-Richards, also known as the Invisible Woman, is a member of the Fantastic Four and is Johnny Storm's older sister.


Early life

Not much about Susan's past has been shown thus far, except for the fact that she was trapped in the Baxter Building when it was sent into outer space by Doctor Doom.


She was replaced by a Skrull posing as her some time ago. The real Susan Richards was taken to the Skrull spaceship from which she escaped with the help of Captain America.

She later made her way to the Baxter Building and helped her team defeat the Skrulls and brought the building back to its normal location.

She, Reed, and Johnny later went to a peace conference in another dimension. When Galactus arrived she was one of the many heroes called in the Code White (team) to destroy his machines and save Earth. She was part of the team that fought Firelord and used her forcefields to cut off his oxygen supply before the Hulk beat him into submission. When Galactus was defeated, she and the other heroes left leaving the Avengers to claim the credit.


Invisible Woman has a voluptuous body, blonde hair, and blue eyes. She wears the uniform that Reed created using unstable molecules. The uniform is form fitting, blue in color and has the number 4 symbol on the chest. She also wears black gloves, boots and a belt.

Powers and Abilities

  • Invisiblity: Invisible Woman is able to cloak herself and others by will.
  • Psionic Force Fields: Invisible Woman can project a psionic force fields around herself and others by will.


Background in other media

This marks the seventh animated appearance of the character having previously appeared in Fantastic Four (1967), Fantastic Four (1978), Fantastic Four (1994), Spider-Man (1994), The Super Hero Squad Show and Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes.

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