The Invisible Woman (Susan “Sue” Storm-Richards), first known as the Invisible Girl, is a fictional superheroine appearing Marvel Comics which is one of the American comic books. Susan Storm Richards is a founding member of the Fantastic Four and was the first female superhero created by Marvel. We first know her in the film Fantastic Four, she was portrayed by Rebecca Staab in the 1994, Jessica Alba and Kate Mara in the film fantastic Four. She is the sister of the Human Torch ( Jonathan Lowell Spencer Storm / Jonathan Storm ). She first got her powers after being exposed to a cosmic storm, her body structure has been changed after been radiated, gaining the ability to hide. At first she could only control the light waves, making herself and other people invisible. But then she could manipulate the stealth field she had created, fly at high speed, control the movement of objects and launch powerful energy shields and weapons.
Invisible Woman first appeared in Marvel comic book “Fantastic Four,” and in the beginning she only had the invisible ability. So in the group of the Fantastic Four, she can only help very little, Compared the ability with the other superheroes. Later, the author of this comic expanded the ability of Invisible Woman, he give her invisible ability to hide the things and people, create a powerful force field and send ultrasound waves. Although her ability has improved a lot, she is still Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards) ‘s assistant and play the second fiddle. But this situation began to change after John Byene took over this comic series. Under his creation, Invisible Woman becomes more confident and decisive in using her abilities. And then a versatile and memorable character of Fantastic Four. For example, she finds herself can use the force field she created to manipulate objects through the air, blocking enemies from attacking and preventing them from moving, or performing long-range attacks. Susan uses Invisible Woman as her pseudonym, and she has become one of the most powerful characters in Marvel Comics.