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In the movie Incredibles 2 Jack-Jack was one of the best part of the entire movie. In the entire run of the movie, Jack-Jack's many different powers are shown, ranging from Laser eyes to Angry Demon.

My question is, in total, Jack-Jack has how many powers?

If there's an article or an interview mentioning the powers, it would be the best.

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    All of them. He's Jack of all trades. – SZCZERZO KŁY Jun 26 '18 at 9:03
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(Spoiler alert - if you haven't watched the movie yet)

Jack Jack has demonstrated 17 different powers in the movie They are

  • Electrokinesis (When Bob discovered Jack Jack Had powers, baby demonstrates it for a moment),
  • Transforming into the metal (as scene in First Movie against Syndrome),
  • Levitation
  • Super strength Resistance Durability (against raccoon scene),
  • Human Torch (Fire baby throughout the movie),
  • Rocket Jump (During sneezes),
  • Reality Distortion (in the car incredible scene)
  • Cloning Himself (Duplicates)
  • Mimicry and shapeshifting(at Edna's home)
  • Demon Baby
  • Elastic Baby (when raccoon try to pull his face, kind of rubbery feel)
  • Giant Baby, (Juggernaut moment)
  • Teleportation, (Cookie Scenes)
  • Phasing (phase through glass doors and walls)
  • Interdimensional travel (Cookie scene)
  • Telekenisis (closing lids, removing hyponsis googles)
  • Laser Vision (The best among all)
  • This would be better if it listed them with examples of where he used it. A really good answer might have a shot of each power in use, and imo would attract good upvotes. – Gnemlock Jun 26 '18 at 5:25
  • You can take some clue from here too screenrant.com/incredibles-2-jack-jack-powers-explained – Ankit Sharma Jun 26 '18 at 6:45
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    pew pew, pew pew pew! – David Grinberg Jun 26 '18 at 12:17
  • I assumed his main power was to be able to transform into other things (as you mention: giant, elastic, demon etc). On the other-hand, maybe "Reality Distortion" is his only ability. – Matthew Wilcoxson Jun 26 '18 at 12:48

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