Superheroes that can teleport… Teleportation and superheroes are like purple to an eggplant. They go hand-in-hand. While some superheroes that can teleport are extremely obvious (Nightcrawler), others are lesser-known and take a little comic book know-how to figure out. No matter who they are, however, they all have one thing in common. Each can change the course of a battle by simply showing up or leaving on a moment’s notice.
But who are they? Who are the superheroes that can teleport? For you, here are the 10 most awesome superheroes that can teleport.
List of best superheroes who can teleport:
Cable is a time=raveling mutant from the future. Because he’s from the future, he has access to weaponry and technology that Elon Musk would drool over.
As a mutant, he is one of the most powerful characters in comics. His powers give him telepathy, telekinesis, astral projection, mind control, mental energy projection, and a form of teleportation. Unlike Nightcrawler, whose mutant power allows him to teleport, Cable uses technology that allows him to travel both backward and forward through time and space.
Sure, this isn’t teleportation in the traditional sense, but Cable isn’t a mutant in the traditional sense.
When it comes to all superheroes that can teleport, Nightcrawler is usually the first one to come to mind.
Nightcrawler first appeared alongside many other X-Men mainstays in Giant Size X-Men #1. With his, and all the other first appearances, life was injected into the failing franchise. When Nightcrawler burst onto the scene, he immediately became a fan–favorite character. Not only did he have one of the best character designs of all the new X-Men, but he also came with one of the best action lines in the history of comics…
When the word BAMF appears in comics, the reader instantly knows that Nightcrawler has either appeared on a panel or left it.
Let’s be honest.
The Inhumans are a strange set of characters in the comic book world. Contrary to others who inherit, are born with, or gain their powers from some sort of experiment, the Inhumans gain theirs after being exposed to the Terrigen Mists. Worse yet, before they’re exposed they have no idea what they will become. Some, like Black Bolt, become insanely powerful creatures able to level entire cities with a single word, while others end up looking like Triton.
Lockjaw is the pet, if I may call him that, of the Royal Family. As a member of the Inhumans, Lockjaw can teleport himself and others to anyplace on the Earth or Moon. He can also open up passageways between dimensions. Due to his teleportation abilities, Lockjaw, on more than one occasion, has saved his friends and family.
7. Miss America
First appearing in 2011, Miss America is a more recent entry to this list. Miss America is not of this world. Due to this, she has a history a little less common than most Earth-born creatures.
She hails from the Utopian Parallel or a reality that is out of time and in the presence of the Demiurge. She wasn’t born with her powers but instead, received them as a by-product of the Demiurge’s ambient energy. At a young age, her mothers sacrificed themselves to seal off the black holes. As a result, their particles were spread across the Universe. Wanting to prove she was more than she appeared, she left the Utopian Parallel in search of a greater cause.
Aside from being able to punch an enemy into small particles, Miss America can also blow holes through reality allowing her and her teammates to travel wherever they need to be.
7. Supergirl (Linda Danvers)
Yes, I know that Linda Danvers isn’t the most well-known version of Supergirl, but remember, for a time the most well-known Supergirl was dead.
At the conclusion of the mega-event, Crisis on Infinite Earths, Supergirl, Kara Zor-El was pronounced dead. After her death, Lex Luthor created a synthetic life to stand in her place. Shortly after its creation, the synthetic sacrificed itself and through death bonded with the dying human, Linda Danvers. Their unison caused Danvers to gain the powers of Supergirl with a couple of additions. First, she now had fire wings that she could fly upon.
And second, she could teleport.
One of the newer additions to the superheroes that can teleport list, Blink first appeared in 1994.
Blink is one of the most powerful superheroes that can teleport in Marvel. Unlike Nightcrawler who is typically fatigued after teleporting long distances and/or taking others with him, Blink is able to teleport herself and groups long distances with ease. In fact, as a consequence, she played a reasonably prominent role in 2014s movie Days of Future Past movie.
Although more obscure and lesser–known than many on this list, Blink still deserves to be here. Aside from her role in Days of Future Past, she also played an important role in arguably the best X-Men story of all-time, The Age of Apocalypse.
Cloak is one of the stranger comic characters at Marvel. He and his partner, Dagger, inherited their powers after they were forcibly fed a concoction of chemicals. Whereas Dagger controls the light, Cloak controls the dark. This means that he’s able to teleport himself and others through the Dark Dimension.
But it doesn’t end there.
If he wished, he could place someone in the Dark Dimension and leave them there for all of eternity. Don’t, for a second, think that he’s a one–trick pony. Cloak is one of the most powerful teleporting characters at Marvel. For this reason, other superheroes are chomping at the bit to align themselves with him.
Often living in the shadow of her older brother, Magik received the short end of the stick when it came to recognition. You may not know it but she even made her first appearance alongside him in Giant Size X-Men #1.
When we first saw her, she was nothing more than the younger sister to Colossus. After becoming trapped in limbo, however, Magik was given a set of powers that Colossus would be jealous of. Not only can Magik teleport herself across space, but she can also teleport herself across the very fabric of time. More than that, she can teleport others with her.
What makes Magik so impressive is that as time has gone on, she has become more powerful and gained more control over what she’s doing.
If you’ve read any of my other top 10 lists, you’ve probably noticed that Raven appears on a lot of them. This isn’t a coincidence. Raven is arguably the most powerful of all the Teen Titans members.
Raven is the daughter of the demon, Trigon and because of this, possesses more power in her smallest finger than most have in their entire bodies. Aside from being able to manipulate and heal others, she can project a black energy of herself into the real world and, you guessed it, teleport. Raven’s teleportation is so strong that she can teleport herself and others through time, space, and even other dimensions.
1. Dr. Fate
As one of the oldest characters in comics, Dr. Fate possesses one of the most powerful set of abilities. Of the abilities he has, being able to teleport across space and time is extremely important.
There have been multiple people to take the mantle of Dr. Fate. Each, no matter who they are, must wear the Helmet of Fate to carry out everything that Dr. Fate can do. Aside from teleportation, Dr. Fate is immortal, can fly, is able to phase through objects, is invulnerable, and so much more.
And that’s it. The 10 best superheroes that can teleport. What do you think? Who would make your superheroes that can teleport list?