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It’s showtime.
~ Mr. Incredible

No matter how many times you save the world, it always manages to get back in jeopardy again. Sometimes I just want it to stay saved! You know, for a little bit? I feel like the maid; I just cleaned up this mess! Can we keep it clean for... for ten minutes?!
~ Mr. Incredible

Mr. Incredible, real name Robert "Bob" Parr, is one of the main protagonists from the 2004 and 2018 Disney/Pixar movies, The Incredibles and The Incredibles 2, as well as other related media. He is the leader of the team, The Incredibles.

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With the Incredibles[]

Battle Record[]

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Battle Record

  • Wins: 7
  • Losses: 7
  • Draws: 0

Possible Opponents[]


In earlier days, Mr. Incredible was one of the foremost superheroes. But, in the wake of the disastrous Sansweet v. Incredible court case, he was forced to retire from hero work and live anonymously. Known only as Robert "Bob" Parr, he took a job as a claims adjuster for an insurance company, Insuricare. He was eventually fired for assaulting his boss.

Bob Parr married Helen Parr (a.k.a. Elastigirl) before the anti-hero legislation was passed, and had three children. The eldest child is a girl named Violet, and she was followed by a boy named Dashiell. The youngest Parr child is a baby boy named John Jackson, or Jack-Jack. Despite living a seemingly ordinary life, Bob desires to return to his old glory days as a super, so he teamed up with Frozone to save people from a building fire, though they get into trouble by the police due to being mistaken as robbers, and eventually escape.

Secretly, though, Bob, often in the company of Lucius Best (a.k.a. Frozone), still did secret hero work, though this had caused him tensions from not only the law but also from his wife Helen, who enjoys ordinary life unlike him. He was later recruited to do work for what he thought was the United States Government, and he helped to deactivate a renegade robot. It turned out, though, that Bob's employer, Mirage, was actually the villain Syndrome, who was working to perfect a killer robot that could kill any super. Although Mr. Incredible defeated the robot despite being out of shape, it became very clear that dark forces were at work; he was attacked by another Omnidroid, an improved version, despite his refined physique, Syndrome himself appears out of the blue and reveals who he is: the very fanboy whom Mr. Incredible had rejected. He escapes Syndrome's grasp, and finds the skeleton of Gazerbeam, his fellow super, where the latter has left a message 'Kronos'.

He attempted infiltration of Syndrome's island and discovered that he has been killing off supers with his Omnidroids; if that super manages to destroy that Omnidroid, Syndrome would make stronger versions of the killing robot, improving in design and adaptabilty for every of his previous designs destroyed. He was eventually caught due to a homing signal inadvertently caused by Helen and tortured by Syndrome.

When Syndrome discovers that a plane containing his family (unbeknownst to him), he destroys the plane with long-range missiles, leaving Mr. Incredible a grieving wreck. Unknown to the latter, his family had actually survived, but have scattered; Helen infilitrated the island to find him while Violet and Dash attempt to run and hide from Syndrome's guards. They reunited and fought like a real team, but were captured by Syndrome again, but this time, they were freed by Violet.

Mr. Incredible and his family defeated Syndrome and his robot, and were subsequently allowed to resume open hero work. Nonetheless, Bob and his family still do maintain their secret identities as the Parr family.

When the Underminer arrived in Metroville, Incredible teamed up with Frozone to defeat him and his robots. Later, when he and Helen were touring Walt Disney World, they were captured by the Robot Syndrome, and had to be rescued by Frozone.

Death Battle Info[]


Bob Parr has blue eyes and receding blonde hair. He stands 6’7” tall and weighs in at 350 pounds. While these proportions sound very large, it is in keeping with the variations seen in Metroville, so Bob does not attract any undue attention. He is, nonetheless, considered tall and well-muscled. He has worn the suit again when he is recruited by Mirage, though his physique is not the same as it was prior to his battle with the Omnidroid v8.

Bob’s currently used supersuit is bright red, with black gloves, trunks and boots, accented with a gold belt. In the middle of his chest is the Incredibles emblem, which also appears on the suits of the rest of his family. The suit is more than just clothing, however. It is highly resistant to damage, and contains a homing beacon, which can be used to discover his location.

Powers and Abilities[]

  • Super strength - Bob is probably the strongest superhero in his world, making him one of its premier heroes. He is able to lift heavy weights (bench pressing a locomotive for exercise), crush small items in his hands, and punch with a great amount of force.
  • Enhanced dexterity - He is able to move quickly and jump high and far.
  • Enhanced durability - Like many supers, Bob can take an enormous amount of physical abuse. For example, when fighting the Omnidroid, he was hit with a flying boulder and beaten on the ground by the massive robot, but he suffered no noticeable injuries aside from a small slice in the arm.
  • Hand-to-hand combat expert - With years of experience fighting bad guys, Bob is an expert fighter, using his hands as his weapons. Once, when he was startled by his wife, he instinctively assumed a combat pose.

Weapons and Equipment[]

Though Bob does not normally carry a weapon, he is excellent at improvising weapons from items at hand. For example, he threw a boulder at the Omnidroid during their duel, and he knocked a guard out from a distance with a thrown coconut.

  • Incredimobile -
    Incredicar or Incredimobile, Mr. Incredible's beneficial mode of transportation in many forms, via multiple modes (Manual, Hover Mode, Hydro Pursuit, Isolated Pursuit, Auto Mode, Merge Pursuit). The mobile is also well equipped in grooming Mr. Incredible into his former clothing, radar, ejection seat, transforming into a black seden for escaping enemy chase and hiding the huge rocket booster that accelerates the Incredimobile to greater heights of speed, outrunning numerous cars and getting to the park faster than a car pursuit. However, given the modern years, Mr. Incredible has never used the vehicle ever again.

Feats and Strengths[]

  • Considered to be one of the strongest heroes in the world
    • Can bench press a locomotive, which weighs a full 200 tons
    • Casually uproots a tree
    • Barely stops a speeding train
    • Sends an Omnidroid flying with a single punch
    • Compares breaking a person's back to snapping a toothpick
    • Stops and lifts the bulk of Omnidroid v.10, preventing it from crushing Violent and Dash
  • Syndrome classified Mr Incredible as a class 9.1, something which no other super hero is categorized
    • One of the supers, Hypershock, is capable of creating seismic waves as powerful as a magnitude 6, so Mr. Incredible can be stronger than that.
  • Withstood 100,000 volts under torture
  • Throws his shady boss, Mr Huph through three walls
  • Destroys Omnidroid v.8
  • Infiltrated Syndrome's island base
  • Tanks the shockwave of an underwater explosion
  • With help from his family and Frozone destroys Omnidroid v.10