FANDOM


Character-Icon Female-Icon Film-Icon The-Incredibles-2-Logo

Voyd (real name Karen Fields) is a new character in Incredibles 2. Another Super joins the mix with Sophia Bush, playing an overeager young Super and Elastigirl obsessive.

Overview

Because of the banning of Superheroes, Voyd was forced to hide her abilities from the world like all other Supers. Being unable to be herself was hard for her, and when Winston Deavor sets out to make Superheroes legal she gets her chance to embrace her powers. Despite being a powerful girl, Voyd is both eager and nervous about becoming a superhero in Winston's goal to bring them back. As a fan of Elastigirl, Voyd looks up to her as the one woman in her life who has made her feel hopeful and consider her powers to be a gift and not a curse.

Voyd has light tan skin and a slender figure with magenta lips, turquoise eyes and shoulder-length teal hair in an asymmetrical cut with the longest part covering the right side of her face. Her super-suit is a tight lime and teal leotard with sleeves. The front of her suit has a big indigo "V" with a lime oval in the middle, representing her ability to generate wormholes. The rest of her super-suit includes dark teal green tights and a dark teal eye mask along with matching gloves and boots.

Incredibles 2

Voyd is introduced when Deavor and Evelyn arrange a get-together of meta-humans to meet Elastigirl. Voyd introduces herself as a long time fan who felt repressed ever since she discovered her powers but was forbidden to use them. Seeing Elastigirl in action and knowing she may well end-up making it legal for folks like Voyd to be able to publicly use their powers to save the day prompts Voyd to express her deepest of gratitude. Deavor is going to try to provide Voyd and the other aspiring supers a place to train while the law is being changed. Voyd in particular seems to be hoping to be able to play side-kick to Elastigirl at some point when/if the law is changed. Elastigirl's main problem is a super-villain called Screenslaver who has been hypnotizing people through television/computer screens by disrupting the broadcasts and replacing the display with rotating light patterns. Elastigirl managed to foil an initial attack on a U.N. ambassador but Screenslaver was able to avoid capture. It is believed that catching Screenslaver will incentivize the U.S. government to lift the ban allowing people like Voyd to be able to roam the streets fighting crime again. Though Elastigirl believes she has arrested Screenslaver shortly after meeting Voyd, she soon comes to the conclusion that the man she arrested was just a hypnotized patsy. While on the trail though she encounters Voyd and the other would-be supers, all under mind-control. Elastigirl herself ends up under similar control, thanks to hypnotic mini-screens placed on masks.

Elastigirl is eventually broken out of the hold when her family comes to rescue her by removing the mask. The first person Elastigirl frees is Voyd, who free from the thrall immediately starts helping to make-up for inadvertently serving Screenslaver. Finding the real Sreenslaver, Voyd and Elastigirl began chasing the mind-controlling super-villain down.

Powers & Abilities

  • Dimensional teleportation: Voyd's superpower is the ability to divert and warp objects around her to elsewhere by creating voids that allow the objects to appear and disappear. With this, she can instantly transport objects and allies to and from away from herself, bypass certain defenses (i.e. Violet's force-fields), as well as to re-direct imminent danger headed her way. Her ability to generate wormholes makes her a formidable hero at virtually any distance and perfect for missions that require long-distant travels and quick escapes. It is currently unknown what could happen should her portals de-manifest while something, or someone, is still passing through as the hole in space-time closes.

Weaknesses

  • Visual Limitation: Though her inter-dimensional powers would appear to have an impressive range, they appear to be dependent on her line of sight to be deployed with consistency since it took her several attempts to get Elastigirl into Evelyn's getaway aircraft; that is, literally into the vehicle's interior, fuselage and all, which Voyd could not see in plain sight - hinting that vision is a crucial factor when utilizing her powers.
  • Gesturing: Voyd's wormholes seem to be dependent on her hand movements in order to properly direct where these portals would manifest from place to place.
  • Unpredictability: Voyd’s portals can sometimes become unpredictable.

Trivia

  • Voyd is the third character in the franchise to be a fan of one of the protagonists. The first was Buddy Pine/Syndrome who was a fan of Mr. Incredible in the first film and Winston Deavor who was a fan of the Incredibles (technically all supers in general) in the second film. Voyd's relationship with Elastigirl is similar to that of Syndrome and Mr. Incredible, except Voyd did not attack any Supers willingly, being temporarily under the influence of Hypno-Goggles.
  • Voyd is similar to Blink from The Uncanny X-Men, who can also create portals.
  • Voyd is called "Vortex" in the French dub of the movie.
  • Voyd's name is a reference to the word 'void', referencing her powers.
  • Unlike most women in the film, her face is very angular and masculine.

Gallery

Incredibles logo
The Incredibles Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Voyd.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.