Eve isn’t the only “Invincible” character with a vast lifespan, of course. Without going into the many long-lived characters in the comics, the animated series has already introduced us to the very appropriately named Immortal (Ross Marquand). Robot’s (Ross Marquand and Zachary Quinto) ability to transport his consciousness into another body might also be the recipe for a long life.
However, none of these characters — or anyone else in the series — can hold a torch to Atom Eve’s power, as even Immortal has his weaknesses and may need help to return to life. Eve, on the other hand, is self-sufficient. Her system reboot is entirely automatic and kicks in when she’s grievously injured or dying. When this happens, the mental block that usually prevents her powers from affecting living organisms drops, much like it does when she’s angry enough on the surprise Atom Eve episode “Invincible” dropped ahead of Season 2. At this point, she instinctively heals herself — as well as whoever is lucky enough to be nearby when this happens. Since Eve herself isn’t aware of her healing powers until they kick in, these moments tend to come as a positive shock to everyone involved.
Eve’s transmutation power is already among the strongest abilities in the series. When you take into account the fact that she’s essentially immortal, it doesn’t really matter how fast some other character is or how hard they can punch — Eve may very well still reign supreme in the long run, no matter how many powerful characters “Invincible” Season 2 brings in.