Real Name
John Parr
First Appearance
The Incredibles
Brad Bird
Team Affliation
The Incredibles
Base of Operations
Transformation, Levitation, Intangibility, Numerous Others
Skills and Abilities
Being Underestimated
Tools and Abilities

Jack-Jack (John Parr) is a super-powered baby who appears in the Pixar animated movie The Incredibles.

Jack-Jack is voiced by Eli Fucile.

Origin[edit | edit source]

The son of superheroes Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl, John "Jack-Jack" Parr developed super-powers at a very early age.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Jack-Jack is the son of Bob and Helen Parr, the former superhero pair once known as Mr. Incredible and Elasti-Girl. When the Parrs (including their children) returned to superhero duty to stop the evil Syndrome, Jack-Jack's own powers were developing while being babysat. When Syndrome, forced into taking desperate measures to defeat the Parr family, attempted to kidnap Jack-Jack, the infant overcame him with his fantastical powers, driving him away. To this day he lives with his family, who live as the superhero team the Incredibles.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Jack-Jack is a playful, friendly child who is capable of turning into a monster when angered.

Powers[edit | edit source]

Jack-Jack seems to have a number of powers and it is quite possible he has abilities he has yet to discover.

Fire Generation Powers - Jack-Jack seems capable of creating fire and even is capable of covering himself with flame without harming himself.

Levitation - Jack-Jack is shown being able to levitate, thought it is unclear how much control he has over these powers.

Monster Form - When angered, Jack-Jack is able to transform into a super-strong monster.

Shapeshifting - Jack-Jack has the ability to transform his body to take on the appearance of others.

As well as numerous other discovered in Incredibles 2.(Though mostly observation/theory, some of Jack-Jack's powers are very similar to fellow supers the Bob and Helen fought alongside in the Golden Age)

Skills and Abilities[edit | edit source]

Being an infant, Jack-Jack has yet to develop any real skills or abilities.

Appearances in Other Media[edit | edit source]

Jack-Jack made regular appearances in the Incredibles comic book series that was published by Boom! Comics.

Jack-Jack also appears in the video game adaption of the Incredibles movie, as well as brief appearances in the video games The Incredibles: Rise of the Underminer and The Incredibles: When Danger Calls.

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