James H. Vipond
Here are some works by other people, sorted by medium, that
include invisible humans of both sexes. A “no one under
18” icon (🔞) indicates mature content, such
as nudity, sexual activity or consumption of alcohol.
To be included on this list, a work must feature at least one
invisible man and one invisible woman. If you can offer
additions or wish to report broken links, let
Anime and Manga
and Eve, a manga series published since October
Maker: This manga has been translated from
Japanese to English. Read the panels from right to left on
each page. 🔞
- In the first issue of the 1970s Italian comic book La
Donna Invisibile, chemist Gilbert Roland demonstrates
an invisibility formula that lasts for 15 minutes but does not
affect clothing. He then gives the formula in pill form to his
daughter, Nadine, who has to be nude before she consumes the
pills. The Grand Comics Database
has no information about this comic book series. 🔞
- In Archie Comics’ Sabrina at Gravestone Heights
91313, Sabrina is friends with a perpetually
invisible girl named Cleara
Glass. Page scans are in the photostream of the Invisiphiles
Redux Yahoo! Group: specifically, Sabrina003 and
- In DC Comics’ Super
Friends #29, Wonder Woman uses her lasso to
make herself invisible except for her costume. She later does
the same to Superman, Aquaman, Batman and Robin.
Film, Live Action
Is the Bunk, a 1939 Popeye cartoon by Max
Mad, Mad Monsters: This 1972 Rankin-Bass
television special was originally part of the ABC
Saturday Superstar Movie series. The invisible woman
in this film is named Nagatha. Unlike Gerald and Deanne,
however, this invisible couple seems to have an unhappy
Accidental Superheroine, a 2015 science fiction
novel set at CERN in Switzerland
- The 2002 novel Things Not Seen by Andrew
Clements concerns Bobby Phillips and Sheila Borden, both of
whom were made invisible by defective electric blankets.
- Another 2002 novel, Out of Sight by T.J.
MacGregor, concerns Tyler Griffin and his wife, Logan, who
were made invisible by a combination of technology and
a sixth-season episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Western Animation TV
- The Frank
and Ernest comic from May 14, 2003
- A relevant editorial cartoon, depicting rural people made
invisible by exposure to a nuclear power plant, is reprinted
in (as I recall) Mort Gerberg’s 1989 book Cartooning:
The Art and the Business. Unfortunately, I do not
currently have access to that book.
Return to the introductory page.
Ghost, both the original 1966 series and the
“The Disappearing Act”: In this episode of The
Archie Show, Reggie wreaks havoc with Jughead’s
invisibility paint. Archie’s and Veronica’s legs
vanish, as do Betty’s and Jughead’s upper bodies.
Marks the Spot”, an episode of Josie and
the Pussycats, may count: The villain, Mr. X, is
completely invisible, but Alexandra, Melody and Alexander are
Exterminator”, an episode of The New
Scooby-Doo Movies, has a brief scene with a couple in
Victorian dress, after Shaggy and Scooby-Doo exit the
“Out of Sight”, an episode of Speed
Buggy, may count: Mark and Debbie are only partly
invisible. Warning: The scene of the villain taking off his
false head may lead to nightmares!
“Invisible Muriel”, the latter half of a
second-season episode of Courage the Cowardly Dog
Femme Invisible”, an episode of Spirou et
Fantasio: As the cartoon was produced for French
could have been an invisible streaker.