|“||I have absolutely no intention of controlling you. I want you to act on your own accord.||„|
Kilgrave is the Main Villain of the Netflix Series Jessica Jones. Real name being Kevin Thompson, he was a man who was experimented on by his parents since his childhood in order to treat a neurodegenerative disease, but the treatment ended up giving him the ability to control people's minds. Assuming the name Kilgrave, he began to use his powers for personal gain, eventually coming across Jessica Jones. He became obsessed and fascinated with Jones, even falling in love and hunting her down since she managed to overcome his thrall.
Powers and Stats
Name: Kilgrave, Kevin Thompson, The Purple Man
Origin: Marvel Cinematic Universe
Attack Potency: Human level
Speed: Normal Human
Lifting Strength: Regular Human
Striking Strength: Human Class
Durability: Athlete level (Survived a slightly held back beating from Jessica Jones, who was still more than powerful enough to send him flying several meters)
Stamina: Was able to go through with a 10 hour period of Surgery without changing his posture, despite not being treated with Surgical Anesthesia
Range: Standard Mele Range. Unknown, 100 yards, far higher with further experiments
Intelligence: Extremely High
Weaknesses: Physically he is as vulnerable as an average human. His powers can be shut off using Surgical Anesthesia. He must choose his words wisely or it could lead to an undesired outcome. Kilgrave's control is limited by time and distance, however he has mitigated this weakness through amplifications. Some people have been known to resist his abilities, which later became a key component in a Vaccine designed to cure his virus.
- Mind Control: Kilgrave had the ability to control another person's mind through thoughts and verbal commands, thanks to a virus that he emits through micro particles in the air. However, Kilgrave himself must have been present for his commands to have an immediate effect; speaking over a phone did not enthrall his victim. Kilgrave's power also had a time limit of ten to twelve hours before his victim began to regain his will. Until the time limit was up, the victims would continue to follow Kilgrave's command unless he gave them a different order to follow. After Albert Thompson performed more experiments, he was able to extend Kilgrave's power to the distance of over a hundred feet and a time limit of 16 hours first, and then up to 24; later, Kilgrave demonstrated that he could control people by voice alone, without being present, when he took control of Metro-General Hospital and had everyone pursuing Jones to kill her.