"Every Cell In My Body Is Exploding With Power!"
― Laocorn Gaudeamus (Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture)

The power to possess supernaturally active/enhanced cells. Sub-power of Supernatural Condition. Variation of Supernatural Bodily Aspects. Not to be confused with Cellular Activation.

Also Called

  • Advanced/Enhanced Cells
  • Meta/Hyper Cells
  • Super/Superior Cells


The user's cells and body tissue are more powerful than the average human being's, the cells and tissues have increased at supernatural levels which access the entire body and just about anything connected to cells, their entire body are modified and enhanced at the cellular or genetic levels, granting superhuman capabilities and have full control of them.

There are at least over 75 trillion cells in the human body and are more than 200 different types cells and body tissues that each work on a particular functions, that form the human body, including brain cells and tissues, muscle tissue, blood cells, stem cells, nerve cells, hormones, etc, are at their most powerful capacity.




  • May be weak against Cellular Disintegration.
  • Artificially implanting supernatural cells into a non-supernatural body may cause complications.

Known Users


  • Unicron (Transformers Armada)


  • Kryptonians (DC Comics)
    • Superman
    • Supergirl
    • Krypto
    • General Zod
  • Metahumans (DC Comics); Metagene
  • The Flash (DC Comics); Speed Force
  • Captain America (Marvel Comics); Super Soldier Serum
  • Hulk (Marvel Comics); Gamma Radiation
  • Red Skull (Marvel Comics); Super Soldier Serum
  • Mutants (Marvel Comics); X-Gene


  • Godzilla (Godzilla)
  • Lucy (Lucy)
  • Alice (Resident Evil); T-Virus
  • Angela Ashford (Resident Evil: Apocalypse); T-Virus
  • Carriers of the Corvinus Strain (Underworld series)
    • Michael Corvin
    • Alexander Corvinus
    • Eve
    • Marcus
    • Quint
    • Selene
    • William

Live Action TV

  • Species 8472 (Star Trek Voyager)


  • Sleepers (Blue Gender)
  • The Blue (Blue Gender)
  • Deadman (Deadman Wonderland)
  • Cell (Dragon Ball Z)
  • Namekians (Dragon Ball Z)
  • Saiyans (Dragon Ball Z)
  • Shu Ouma (Guilty Crown); Void Genome
  • Hashirama Senju (Naruto)
  • White Zetsu (Naruto)
  • Anyone with Hashirama Senju's/White Zetsu's cells implanted (Naruto)
    • Orochimaru
    • Danzo Shimura
    • Madara Uchiha
    • Obito Uchiha
    • Yamato
  • Shinichi Izumi (Parasyte)
  • Satella, the Witch of Envy (Re:Zero)
  • Ghouls (Tokyo Ghoul)
  • Acacia/NEO (Toriko); via Black Cells
  • Toriko (Toriko)

Video Games

  • Jenova (Final Fantasy VII)
  • SOLDIERs (Final Fantasy VII)
    • Sephiroth
    • Cloud Strife
  • Mitochondria Eve (Parasite Eve)
  • Aya Brea (Parasite Eve)
  • Alex Mercer (Prototype); via Blacklight Virus
  • James Heller (Prototype 2); via Blacklight Virus
  • Jin Kazama (Tekken)
  • Kazuya Mishima (Tekken)

Known Cells


  • Metagene/Meta-Gene (DC Comics)
  • Extremis Virus (Marvel Comics)
  • Regen Serum (Marvel Comics)
  • Super Soldier Serum (Marvel Comics)
  • X-Gene (Marvel Comics)


  • G-Cells (Godzilla)
  • Regenerator G1 (Godzilla)
  • CPH4 (Lucy)
  • Corvinus Strain (Underworld)

Live Action TV


  • Legion Cells (Chrono Crusade)
  • S-Cells (Dragon Ball)
  • Branch Of Sin Virus (Dead Wonderland)
  • Void Genome (Guilty Crown)
  • Rc cells (Tokyo Ghoul)
  • Gourmet Cells (Toriko)

Video Games

  • Jenova's Cells (Final Fantasy VII)
  • FOXDIE (Metal Gear)
  • Vaccine "Metroid" (Metroid Fusion)
  • The Blacklight Virus (Prototype)
  • Virus (Resident Evil)
  • Devil Gene (Tekken)


  • SCP-008 - Zombie Plague (SCP Foundation)
  • Larraman's Organ/Larraman's Cells (Warhammer 40k)

Gallery (Users)

Gallery (Cells)