The power to make biological life-forms explode. Sub-power of Biological Manipulation and Molecular Combustion. Variation of Explosion Inducement.
- Bio-Explosion Inducement
- Biokinetic Explosion
The user can cause any biological life-forms to explode. The exact effect may range from various levels of harm to death to total disintegration.
- Users of Absolute Immortality, Resurrection, Reforming, etc. are either immune or can recover from the damage.
- User may be limited to only certain range of effects, for example harming or destroying.
- Does not work on synthetic lifeforms such as cyborgs.
Kurotsuchi (Bleach) secretly implanted explosives inside his subordinates, turning them into Flesh Bombs.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball Z) using Dirty Fireworks to cause his victims to explode.
Freeza: "I Won't Let You Escape With Your Life!".
Babidi (Dragon Ball Z) using his Explosion Sorcery to cause Spopovich's blood to convulse, and his body swelling up painfully before exploding.
Babidi can also limit this to a person's head, causing it to swell up and exploding.
Kiru using his Mechanism to inject Liquid Methane into his victims, which then expands 630 times when vaporized, causing the body to explode.
Piper Halliwell (Charmed) blows up a Kevmay demon.
Lucifer (Supernatural) makes Castiel, along with his vessel Jimmy, to explode.
Using her vectors, Mariko (Elfen Lied) causes Saito to explode from the inside.
By implanting victims with some of his biomass, James Heller (Prototype 2) turns them into Biobombs.
Using a fraction of the Fused Shadow's power, Midna (The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess) impales Zant with her hair, causing him to explode.
Superboy (DC Comics) uses his Tactile Telekinesis
on the Black Lantern Superman, causing him to explode.
Chino (Naruto) can use her Ketsuryūgan to infuse a special chakra in the opponent's blood, turning them into living bombs.