That's quite a snazzy outfit you have on, but an invisibility cloak would totally complete the look. But which one will you choose from the wardrobe of invisibility? We better test your knowledge on the subject of invisibility in fiction and myth.
Harry's invisibility cloak should not be machine washed, as it is one of the three legendary Deathly Hallows given to the Peverell brothers by Death himself.
The ring Bilbo obtains in "The Hobbit" turns out to be the One Ring crafted by the dark lord Sauron.
In the 1986 film "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home," Kirk and crew fly back in time to 1980s San Francisco, where they plan to steal a whale.
"Predator" aliens seem to have a bad habit of diving into lakes and streams with their cloaking devices on -- no doubt voiding the warranty.
Wonder Woman's invisible plane allowed her to fly through the air, seemingly in an upright and seated position.
While primarily a member of the Fantastic Four, the Invisible Woman has also teamed with The Avengers. She's not Canadian enough to be a member of Alpha Flight, however.
As the opening lyrics in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" remind us, Claude Rains was in fact the Invisible Man.
Also known as the Helm of Hades, the cap helped Perseus defeat the deadly Gorgon -- at least in some versions of the myth.
That would be Richard Wagner's operatic adaptation of "The Nibelungenlied, "Der Ring des Nibelungen."
We know now that ferns actually have spores, not seeds, but the tiny spores were long thought to be seeds. As some of them were nearly invisible to the naked eye, it was believed that consumption would pass this power onto a human.