2 Be Young Again: Info Zone 1

Hey! My breasts have gone!
(9 years old) I lost my sock...
(5 years old) I'm afraid I can't wear this sweater any more.
(3 years old) Help me! I don't wanna be BABY!
(2 years old) But it is comfortable. I'm sleepy....
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Visible Time's Key
AA: age-appropriate clothing or clothes grow too aP: age Progression Ar: Age regression AS: Age Stasis CB: clothes burst or rip RN: return to normal ST: Soul Transfer UC: undersized clothing


A.I. Love You

Ken Akamatsu manga: TokyoPop (2005)

Forty sees an opportunity to prove that she is an adult. She tries to take care of Hitoshi by doing the washing and cooking, but everything goes poorly. Forty changes herself into an adult body, modeled after Saatis, and Hitoshi finds himself attracted to her. Just as things get steamy, Forty utters the secret password "man" and turns into a man. Yayoi is obsessed with other women's breasts, and is constantly fondling strangers. Saati makes Yayoi's breasts look bigger, and Yayoi gets a boost of confidence. (aP)

-- Visible Time

A Small Problem

Book: by A. R. Plumb [Further Adventures of Aladdin #03] (2004)

A powerful evil sorcerer has tricked almost everyone in the palace into drinking enchanted water, and it's causing them to grow younger every minute. With the Sultan as a boy on the throne and toddlers in the palace guard, taking over Agrabah will be easy for the sorcerer--unless Aladdin and Jasmine can divine a way to pour cold water on the sorcerer's evil plans. Most of the people in the kingdom have drunk youth water and are becoming younger. Aladdin, Jasmine and who ever aren't affected must turn them back before they have a city of babies.

-- Tazz

Aaahh!!! Real Monsters

Cartoon Series: Season 0?; Episode #0??: "?"

This show was about a school for monsters and it was about time for them to shed their skin to show they are older. One monster named Ickis is nervous that he might not shed and be kicked out of the school, has a dream while his classmates begin to age into adults fast he becomes a baby.

-- Tazz


Abenobashi: Magical Shopping Arcade

Manga: Comic Book; "Thump! Abenobashi * Mall of Abenobashi Academy"

(AP) Story of two kids on the brink of adolescence, Sasshi and Arumi. In Chapter 5 "Thump! Abenobashi * Mall of Abenobashi Academy", Sasshi finds himself in a world where he and Arumi have become high school students, aging four-five years. His annoying big sister is now his little sister (her age hasn't actually changed.) Which would be more thrilling for Sasshi, if his sister didn't now have the host for him. Because this is no ordinary high school, but a love sim.....

-- Skjam

The Acid House

Movie Triptych: 3rd part: (1998)

Paul McGuigan, Coco Bryce takes one acid tab too many and an electrical storm switches his mind with an upper middle class enwombed baby. How to deal with a drunken, foul-mouthed baby? A nasty, conniving, sodding little brat, to be sure, but a baby nonetheless. His return to reality at the end is gratifying because anything would be better than the little Baby Chuckie. The infant was transformed into a rampaging Hibs fan. (male AR)

-- Visible Time

Action Comics #14

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Fountain Of Youth" (07/01/1939)

Suggested Ar or AS, but nothing happens in this issue.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Action Comics #251

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Oldest Man in Metropolis" (04/30/1959)

Clark Kent/Superman? is affected by a scientist's temporary aging serum (AP). [Reprinted in Superman Annual]


Action Comics #260

Comic Book: DC Comics: (01/30/1960)

Super girl becomes a Super baby In this story Super girl is exposed to the Fountain of Youth and becomes a baby.

Action Comics #267

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Three Super-Heroes" (08/30/1960)

Supergirl's attempt to join the Legion of Super-Heroes is dashed because she's now a Superwoman, thanks to Red K (AP). [Reprinted in Action Comics #334 (Mar.-Apr .1966)]


Action Comics #284

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Babe of Steel" (01/30/1962)

A small hole in the barrier separating the Phantom Zone from Earth opens; Superman's buddy Mon-el sends a telepathic warning The only way Superman can fit through the rift is to regress in stature to a tot, thanks to Red Kryptonite [reprinted in Superman #212 (Dec. 1968)]

Action Comics #334

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Three Super-Heroes" (04/30/1966)

Supergirl's attempt to join the Legion of Super-Heroes is dashed because she's now a Superwoman, thanks to Red K (AP).


Action Comics #370

DC Comic Book: "Superman's Lost Century" (12/30/1968)

Vivid nightmares of his rocket landing in a weird civilization led him to analyze the age of his Kryptonian spaceship. He learned that it was pretty danged old, even though he knew it had been built just before he left his home planet.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Action Comics #464, 465, 466

Comic Book: DC Comics: "Superman, I'm Going to Re-run Your Life" (Oct. 1976)

"Think Young and Die!" (Nov. 1976)

"You Can Take the Man Out of the Super, But You Can't Take The Super Out of the Boy!" (Dec. 1976)

3-part story. Luthor realizes his anger is really focused on Superboy, so he managed to regress Superman back to boyhood (AR,RN). Brief AR cameos of Batman, Flash and others. Also, Lois, Jimmy, Perry White, Morgan Edge and IBs are affected

Action Comics #585

Comic Book: DC Comics: "And Graves Give Up Their Dead ..." (02/30/1987)

Arathaza the demoness discovers how much life force can Superman lose (brief AP).


Action Comics #701

DC Comic Book: "Final Conflict" (07/30/1994)

Although Lex Luthor is a veritable vegetable, he can still remotely activate Superman's old Kryptonian Warsuit to come to his aid. The suit breaks Luthor out of his iron lung imprisonment and places him inside the armor's chest cavity, where dozens of cables and implants attach themselves, providing Lex with the means to control the suit. Luthor begins plodding through Centennial Park searching for Superman. He soon gets his wish, as the Man of Steel bears down upon him. Luthor picks up Superman's memorial statue and begins battering him it. He then fires missiles out of the suit's gauntlets, but Superman catches them and sends them back to their point of origin.

The fight continues with neither combatant giving any quarter. Luthor fires an ignited gout of rocket fuel from his other gauntlet, and the heat is so intense that even Superman begins to waver beneath it. Superman dives into Lex and destroys his armaments. He tears open the war-suit's chest cavity and pulls Lex's sickly form out. He flies him to S.T.A.R. Labs where Kitty Faulkner tells him that there is nothing they can do for Lex. Because of the nature of the accelerated aging of Lex's clone body, the cure they acquired from Project Cadmus won't work for him. Looking down at Lex's crippled form, Superman says that this is the "end of an era". (Male aP)

-- Comics.org

Action Man

Cartoon Series: Season 1; Episode #02: "Fountain Of Youth" (09/30/1995)

The Fountain Of Youth is discovered in a rare plant. (Male Ar/RN)

-- TBTC and agetheater.webs.com

Adventure Comics #109

DC Comic Book: "Methuselah Manor" (10/30/1946)

Johnny Quick exposes a fake Fountain of Youth. (Male AS/Ap)

-- Comics.org

Adventure Comics # 221

Comic Book: (????)

Possible ar/ap.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventure Comics #317

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Menace of Dream Girl"

Dream Girl lures four of the Legion of Super Heroes onto a planet where there is a youth potion in the air. (DC)

Adventure Comics #335

Comic Book: DC Comics: "" (08/30/????)

Male Ar (Ar)

-- Time2

Adventure Comics #338

Comic Book: DC Comics: "Menace of the Sinister Super-Babies"

Glorith tests an hourglass to turn the Legion of Super Heroes into babies.

Adventure Comics #356

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Five Legion Orphans" (05/30/????)

Five of the Legion are turned into babies on a different planet and are taken care of by the inhabitants. (DC)

Adventure Time

Cartoon Series: Season 2; Episode #25: "Mortal Recoil" (05/02/2011)

Princess Bubblegum gets possessed by The Lich. However, only Jake and the Ice King notice. Finn won't believe them, instead focusing on Princess Bubblegum's recovery. Can Jake convince Finn that Princess Bubblegum is possessed by The Lich before it can cause more terror and destruction? (Teen Ar to Pre-teen)

-- agetheater.webs.com

Adventures in the DC Universe #15

Comic Book: DC Comics: "Out of the Dark Cloud"

DC Comics -- Jun. 1998 Billy Bason says "Shazam" and changes to Capt. Marvel, but doesn't become an adult (although his uniform is still adult-sized) (mystical AR, PC?).


Adventures Into Darkness #10

Standard Comic Book: "The Man Who Could Not Die" (01/01/1954)

A murderer is hired to kill a man by death for immortailly.

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Adventures Into Darkness #13

Standard sComic Book: "The Unbeliever" (03/01/1954)

A witch switches places with a younger woman.

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Adventures Into Terror #03

Comic Book: "The Living Dead" (04/01/1951)

Immortal man ages to death. (aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into Terror #44

Comic Book: "The Stranger" (02/01/1952)

A man creates a serum for immortally. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #5

ACG Comic Book: "The Ghostly Crew" (07/30/1949)

A sailor gets a jug filled with water promised to give him eternal life. (Male AS/aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #15

ACG Comic Book: "The Monstrous Plant" (01/30/1951)

A dying man becomes young again by turning into a plant monster. (Male Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #23

ACG Comic Book: "When Time Turned Back" (09/30/1951)

A con man uses a grandfather clock to make himself and old people young again. They grow younger and younger then at the last second the con man turns the clock's hands the other way. (Male Ar to baby/RN)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #35

ACG Comic Book: "Lady of Death" (09/30/1952)

Playboy Van Cleve disappears, and the body of a tramp is found. A couple use injections to stay young. (M/F AS, M/F aP)

[Reprinted in Shock (Stanley, 1969 series) V#3 #2]

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #57

ACG Comic Book: "Back To the Beginning" (07/30/1954)

A man sells his souls to the devil. With only a month to live he invents a serum of immortally so he can't die. The devil tricks him by making it appear he doesn't age. (Male AS/aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #61

ACG Comic Book: "When Time Stood Still" (02/30/1955)

A man makes a deal with a old man by using a magic pocket watch. Over time they swap ages. (Male Ar/aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #64

ACG Comic Book: "Back Through Time" (07/30/1955)

A man travels back in time and causes his present time to change. One change leads to his Fiancée being born 15 years later. When he returns home she is a child. (Female Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #83, The

ACG Comic Book: "Fate Rides The Carousel " (04/01/1957)

A man becomes a kid again in order to save his dad. (Male/AR).

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #85, The

ACG Comic Book: "The Room Time Forgot" (06/01/1957)

A man ages to death after being away from his room that prevents time from aging him. (Male/aP).

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #86, The

ACG Comic Book: "The Secret of Death Valley" (07/01/1957)

A man becomes young again all the way back to his prime. (Male/Ar).

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #88, The

ACG Comic Book: "The Booster Shots!" (09/01/1957)

A man takes booster shots to remember his past. One part he remembers being back in the cradle. (Male/Mental Ar).

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #92, The

ACG Comic Book: "Pie In The Sky" (07/01/1957)

After a group of people come out of rocket ship they are young again. (Male/Female/Ar).

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #93, The

ACG Comic Book: "Unknown Atoll" (02/01/1957)

After eating some fruit a man is slowly getting younger (Male/Ar).

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #94, The

ACG Comic Book: "The Endless Chain" (03/01/1957)

Two guys are caught in a endless loop (Male/AS).

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #98

ACG Comic Book: "The Scrambler" (07/30/1958)

A old couple are made young again. (Female/Male Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #101

ACG Comic Book: "The Witch Who Wouldn't" (10/30/1958)

A man finds a baby in the middle of the woods after starting a fire. Soon after he discovers she really is a witch. The baby girl grows eighty times faster then a normal child. (Female aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #106, The

ACG Comic Book: "The Thing In The Tube" (03/01/1957)

A old man frees a genie and makes a wish to be young again. After failing to fit in with the younger crowd he wishes himself back to his old self. (Male/Ar/RN).

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #115, The

ACG Comic Book: "The Old Man Of The Sea!" (03/01/1957)

A man is aged. (Male/aP/RN).

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #117, The

ACG Comic Book: "The Fountain" (07/30/????)

A greedy old man finds the Fountain of Youth. (Male/AR).

-- Pixchick

Adventures Into the Unknown #125, The

ACG Comic Book: "The Immortal Ancient"

Modern doctor meets a man claiming to have survived since the time of ancient Rome thanks to an alchemist's formula, but who now wants to die. Doctor seeks out the last of the potion. (Male AR,AS)

-- Pixchick& TBTC

Adventures Into the Unknown #142, The

ACG Comic Book: "I wouldn't make the same mistake again!" (08/01/1963)

A man travels back into his own past to correct mistakes he made. (Male/Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into the Unknown #150, The

ACG Comic Book: "Taboo Territory!" (08/01/1964)

A woman ages to death at the end. (Female/aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Into The Unknown #155

ACG Comic Book: "Lets Go Up In A Balloon!" (03/30/1965)

A man goes for a balloon ride and becomes a young man again. (Male Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures of Baron Munchausen, The

Movie: 1987

After landing on the moon, the old Baron finds himself a young man again. "A good adventure always rejuvenates me," he explained. To his little girl companion, he said, "Good heavens, don't you get any younger, or we'll need a wet nurse!".

Adventures Of Brisco, County, Jr., The

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #17: "Fountain Of Youth" (1/14/1994)

The Orb from the future has many odd abilities ....


Adventures of Bumpkin Buzz

Comic Strip:

Adventures of Bumpkin Buzz, The comic strip an installment 'overreacts' to readers' comments re: Buzz being drawn to look younger, introducing a 'youth ray.'


Adventures of Buzz Lightyear, The

Carton Series: Season 01; Episode #28: "Clone Rangers"

In a attempt to defeat Buzz Lightyear and his team. The evil Zurg creates clones of the space rangers. Zurg orders the clones out of the tubes too early and toddler versions of space rangers come out. The space rangers do defeat their evil twins by using their weakness tests. The toddlers escape after Buzz thinks they are asleep. At the end of cartoon Zurg clones the rangers again and this time keeps the clones in the tubes for weeks. Old version of rangers pop out this time.

- Jeff

Adventures of Captain Marvel

Movie: (1940)

Short Bill Batson transforms into mighty Captain Marvel by saying "Shazam!" to save the world from the curse of the Scorpion. (male aP)

-- Eric

Adventures Of Daniel Boom A.k.a. Loud Boy, The

Book: (04/15/2010)

What in the world has happened to our young heroes?! Suddenly they are all acting like old people! Why is Loud Boy walking with a cane? Is that Chatterbox with the granny bag and beehive hairdo? Wait a minute, when did Destructo Kid go crazy for bingo? Is Fidget the new shuffleboard king of the senior center? And hold the phone?is that Tantrum Girl over there sitting in a big rocking chair and knitting?. (Possible Male/Female aP/RN)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures of Jerry Lewis #76, The

Comic Book: DC National Comics; National Periodical Publications-- (06/30/1961)

Jerry Lewis is tricked into buying the Fountain of Youth. Later on he discovers it is real at least for him. Effects are only tempoary, but there are few switches in the comcis that make it look like Ar. (Ar/RN)

-- TBTC & Jeffr_2bya

Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #04: "Granny Baby" (2002)

The Tv Series of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius has the AR episode "GRANNY BABY" in which Jimmy gives his Granny a youth potion and she becomes a baby.

-- Steven

The Adventures of Little Archie #121

Archie Publications, Inc. Comic Book: "The Age of Youth"

Aunt Hilda creates a magic brew to keep her young.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures of Pauline McPeril, The

Comic Strip: Philadelphia Bulletin

'The Adventures of Pauline McPeril' was a short-lived comic strip by Mad Magazine artist Jack Rickard that starred a dumb blonde secret agent who successfully bungled her way through various intrigues. An AR plot was featured in November-December 1967. In that sequence, the notorious Doctor Shrinkman had devised a formula that turned people into little kids. As he worked for the enemy, he used his formula on other agents working for the same spy group as McPeril. The Doctor, McPeril, trying to slip her a very youthful Mickey in a cocktail glass while the two are out on a date. Pauline tests the old spinning the table gag to confuse Shrinkman, who downs his own formula and turns into a 5-year-old boy in a lumpy suit. Instead of jail, Shrinkman is sent to nursery school.

At the time this sequence ran, the only major paper still carrying Pauline McPeril was the Philadelphia Bulletin.

- Pixchick

The Adventures of Sam & Max: Freelance Police

Cartoon TV Series: Season 01; Episode #07: "Dysfunction of the Gods" (2008)

Zeus & Hera are angry and fighting, and if the Freelance Police don't rekindle their love for each other, Sam & Max will age rapidly.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Of Sinbad, The

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #09: "Double Trouble" (11/23/1996)

In the opener to the City of Magic (where the sorceress shrinks Sinbad), an old magician turns himself into a little boy.

Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, The

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #27: "Musta been a Beautiful Baby" (10/12/1993)

A episode where Sonic and Tails are turned into babies but a ray that is meant turn people old built by Doctor robonik but set on reverse and Doctor Robotnik turns into a baby too.

-- Taz

The Adventures of Superboy

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #25: "Succubus" (05/20/1989)

A famous author, Pamela Dare, arrives at Shuster University. T.J. and Lana are sent to interview her for the college paper, the Shuster Herald. When T.J. meets her, he falls in love with her. Later, Pamela gives a lecture and T.J. attends. After the lecture is over, Pamela politely dumps T.J. saying that perhaps one day he will appear in one of her books. That night, T.J. sees a glowing Pamela walking through the halls in his dormitory. She walks into the room he shares with Clark. Inside, the sleeping Clark tosses and turns as Pamela tries to drain life energy from Clark. She can't drain any because he isn't afraid of her, and she vanishes. T.J., outside in the hall, sees the light in the room go out, and gets a very wrong idea about what's going on. Later, Pamela, in desperate need of energy, kidnaps Lana and T.J. in order to lure Superboy to her. He arrives and learns that Pamela is a succubus. She drains life energy from others in order to extend her life. Her books are true stories about things that happened to her in the distant past. She shows Superboy that Lana and T.J. are in danger then, knowing that he is afraid that they will be hurt, she moves in and begins to drain his life energy. Superboy escapes her grasp and saves his friends. Pamela is overloaded with the energy and grows younger and younger until nothing is left of her.


The Adventures of Superman # 603

Comic Book: (>>)

Possible ar/ap.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures Of The Gummibears

Cartoon TV Series: Season 03 Episode 04: "Eye Of The Beholder" (10/03/1987)

An ugly and evil witch named Marzipan plots to take over Dunwyn and it's up to Sunni to show who the enchantress really is. Can she convince Calla who is under the witch's spell? (Female aP)

-- agetheater.webs.com

Adventures of the Gummi Bears

Cartoon Series: Season 04; Episode 06: "Ogre Baby Boom" (10/29/1988)

Grammi finds a baby ogre in the woods and takes care of it. (Ogre/Ar/RN)

-- Dragoniade & Stonegate Shadowlord.

Adventures of the Gummi Bears

Cartoon Series: Season 05; Episode 05: "Wish Upon a Stone" (10/21/1989)

Cavin is having problems with knight training, so he and Cubbi explore several solutions against a giant guarding a wishing stone. Hopeful in getting a little older by using the wishing stone. (Ar/RN)

-- Dragoniade & Stonegate Shadowlord.

Adventures of the Jaguar, The

Radio Comics (Archie) -- Oct. 1963 -- (Sept. on cover) "The Teen-age Jaguar!"

A scientist's experimental ray his the Jaguar, who deals with a teen gang while he is younger.

Adventures of The Unknown #98

Comic Book: American Comics Group: "The Scrambler"

A couple are ared back to their prime. (Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Adventures of The Unknown #101

Comic Book: American Comics Group: "The Witch Who Wouldn't" (Oct.)

A man accidently brings a witch into the world. The baby witch soons grows into a little girl then adult. She grows 8x times faster then normal people. (aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Afro Samurai

Anime Movie?: (2006)

Blink-and-you-missed-it-AP in trailer for 2006 anime voiced by Samuel L. Jackson. (male flash forward, face close-up)

-- 0

Afro Samurai

Manga Comic Book: (2006)

Possible aP. (male flash forward, face close-up)

-- 0


Age Difference

Online Comic Book: http://www.smackjeeves.com/comicprofile.php?id=96843 (10/01/2011)

Caleb is bored of his typical life, and would like nothing more than for something exciting to shake things up a little. That's exactly what he gets when he meets a mysterious girl named Maria. Maria has a unique problem; every week her age changes. Intrigued by her situation, Caleb offers to help her diagnose the problem and find a way to fix it. (Female Ar/aP/RN)

-- Jeffr_2bya

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Age Happens: The Best Quotes About Growing Older

Book: by Bruce Lansky (2005)

Here are the most witty and outrageous things ever said or written about growing older by Ellen DeGeneris, Bill Cosby, Erma Bombeck, Lucille Ball, Woody Allen, George Burns, Milton Berle, Phyllis Diller, Rodney Dangerfield, and other humorists. You'll also find clever cartoons bu Lynn Johnston, Chon Day, Stephen Carpenter, Ed Fisher and others. There's a laugh on every page. Ar/aP comic in this book.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Age Manipulation

Power: (2012)

The power to control the age of organisms and non-living objects. A sub-power of Life-Force Manipulation and Time Manipulation.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Age Progression (AP)


Aging forward

Age Regression (AR)


Aging backwards

Age Shifting

Power: (2012)

The ability to alter the physical ages of oneself or others. A sub-power of Age Manipulation.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Age Stasis (AS)


Stop aging at a certain age.


Agents of Law #3

Comic Book: Dark Horse Comics: by Keith Giffen and Dan Lawlis (05/01/1995)

Law is the new leader of Golden City! Warmaker One finds himself accused of a scandalous deed. Law sent a woman who could change her apparent age to seduce him, and he was discredited with a carefully orchestrated child abuse scandal. (Minor AR, age changing ability)

-- Visible Time


Word: Person:

Person who can/does change ages. In fiction: Kuruma Chidori, in Ayashi no Ceres manga can make herself go from 9 to 16 at will.

-- Visible Time

Ah! Megami-sama

Anime Character:

The goddess Peorth has adult and adorable child forms.

-- Visible Time

Ah My Goddess

Anime Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode 25: "Ah! I’m Always With You"

It's the final showdown where the goddesses, Belldandy and Skuld, battle against the Lord of Terror, who has now possessed Midgard! With the whole world at stake, what can Keiichi do to help? Perhaps another attempt at the flute will do the trick, and that almost works, except now the Lord of Terror has possessed Keiichi!

Could this be the end of the world? Will Belldandy be able to save her love? Watch the episode or read the recap for this exciting season finale! AR of Urd, SW of Belldandy. Ever see an 8 year old Urd guzzle sake? (AR)

-- Tuxedo Will

Ah My Goddess

Anime Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode 26:

AP of Skuld, Belldandy still SW. Adult Skuld in a wedding dress!

-- Tuxedo Will

Ah! My Goddes

Manga Comic Book: "Trials of Morisato 1"


Ah! My Goddess

Manga Comic Book: "Trials of Morisato 2"


Ah! My Goddess

Manga Comic Book: unknown


Ah! My Goddess Volume #22

Manga Comic Book: Chapter 138 "Mothe--?"

As the goddess tests and Hild sing, a program begins to spiral into Peorth. She begins to grow back to her adult form. Keiichi is shocked at the thought that Peorth might burst out of clothes. Fortunately, this doesn't happen but Peorth is suspicious as to why his face is red.

-- Visible Time

Ah My Goddess

Manga Comic Book:

Sfkuld grows up on sleeping mat. After night of passion, she reverted back. (AP, RN)

-- Process

Aimee's Price

Movie: (2005)

In this yet-to-be-released movie produced by White Swan Films, the young Aimée Price (Anastasia Drake) meets a mysterious antiquarian and exchanges one year of her youth for a life of happiness: the very next day her husband dies and she inherits all his wealth. Twenty-five years later she falls head over heels for an extremely talented, albeit seemingly shallow and self-absorbed, painter much younger than herself. Convinced that only youth and beauty can attract the artist, Aimée goes back to the antiquarian and demands her 24th year back. The antiquarian agrees but not without a price.

-- Anonymous

Aka-Chan Pure

Japanese expression: (2004)

(unconfirmed) "Baby Play" 'aka-chan' is the default name of any baby whose name you haven't learned yet. Supposedly, this fetish originated thusly: Stressed out businessmen like to relieve some of their tension by going back to the 'baby days' when they had no responsibility and could depend on Mommy to take care of everything, soggy diapers and all.

-- Visible Time

Akazukin Cha Cha

Anime Cartoon Series Season 01: Episode 06: "Akachan ha mahou ga oheta" / "Babies are bad at magic" (February 11, 1994)

Ran-Ran is the strategist, he thinks up all the booby traps and plans. Kan-Kan is the inventor, she makes the traps and the bombs and the potions. They are constantly associated with pandas. They trick Shiine, Cha-Cha, and Riiya by offering them drinks that turned them into babies.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Akazukin Cha cha

Anime Character:

Little witch has 2 forms.

-- Visible Time

Akihabara Denno Gumi

Anime? Cartoon Series: Marvel Valentine Special #1/3 (03/15/1961)

(AP fusion) transformations of Hibari (first one) and Tsubame (sEcond one). There are five transformation sequences in total.

-- Highlander

Akuma Jiten

Comic Book: GanGan comics: by a Suyama Shinya Link

Ar? aP?

-- Anonymous


Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #03: "The Book Of Khartoum" (09/30/1995)

Genie and his female magical friend are having the energy sucked out of them, and the years pile on.


Alan Moore's Twisted Times

Titan Books: Comic Book: "The Big Clock" (01/30/1987)

A man fails to wind a huge clock and time stops. (Male AS)

[Reprint in 2000 AD #315, Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks, Time Twister #9.]

-- http://www.comics.org

Alan Moore's Twisted Times

Titan Books: Comic Book: "The Reversible Man" (01/30/1987)

Very early Alan Moore story about one man's and his family's lives - in reverse.

[Reprinted in 666: Number of the Beast #12, 2000 A.D. #2, 2000 A.D. #308, Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks]

-- http://www.comics.org

Book Cover

The Alchemist, Dagon, and Ex Oblivione

Book: "The Alchemist" (10/16/2008)

Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937) was an American author of horror, fantasy, and science fiction, known then simply as weird fiction. His major inspiration and invention was cosmic horror: the idea that life is incomprehensible to human minds and that the universe is fundamentally alien. Those who genuinely reason, like his protagonists, gamble with sanity. He has developed a cult following for his Cthulhu Mythos, a series of loosely interconnected fictions featuring a pantheon of human-nullifying entities, as well as the Necronomicon, a fictional grimoire of magical rites and forbidden lore. His works were deeply pessimistic and cynical, challenging the values of Enlightenment, Romanticist, and Christian humanism. Lovecraft’s protagonists usually achieve the mirror-opposite of traditional gnosis and mysticism by momentarily glimpsing the horror of ultimate reality. Although Lovecraft’s readership was limited during his life, his reputation has grown over the decades, and he is now commonly regarded as one of the most influential horror writers of the 20th century, exerting widespread and indirect influence, and frequently compared to Edgar Allan Poe. (Male Age Stasis)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Alchemy Jones and the Source of Magic

Book: By G. A. Boyd (11/17/2011)

Twelve-year-old science genius Zachary Jones resembles an overgrown leprechaun and thinks the worst of his troubles are enduring the teasing from his fellow classmates at Da Vinci's Middle School for Achievers in Salem, Massachusetts. But Zack has no idea he is about to become an unwilling pawn in a dangerous and epic game of magic, deceit, and world domination. After Zack's parents mysteriously disappear, an oddball pair of Irish grandparents-who Zack believed to be dead-show up with pets in tow even stranger than themselves. Suddenly Zack is propelled into a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with ancient and dark forces with one thing in mind-to recover a valuable Celtic amulet entrusted to Zack. As the stakes grow more desperate, Zack is introduced to his rich and wondrous magical heritage at Dragonbane. As he embarks on an adventure to save the world, he soon discovers himself in ways he could never have imagined. (Ar)

Alice through the Looking Glass

Movie: UK (1999)

Kate Beckinsale plays a very grown-up Alice, still wearing her pinafore, who is transported through the looking glass while reading the story to her daughter.

-- Visible Time

Alien 4

Computer Screensaver ( 1997 (AP morph, face close-up))

Girl turns into Sigourney Weaver. alien resurrection screensaver (1.6M)

-- Visible Time

Alien 4

Movie: ( 1997 (AP morph, face close-up))

Girl turns into a adult Sigourney Weaver in a clone tank.

-- Visible Time

Alien Artifice

Book: By Mark Chapman (08/08/2007)

Gordon Bennett awakes in a recovery room of the medical augmentation and resus company The Body Shop in old Tottenham Court Road. The skin colour of his head does not match his body, he doesn’t appear to have any male genitals and he has no noticeable respiration. The last thing he remembers is the Tower of Pisa falling on him. He runs screaming into the night only to find his life, or EgoZine, is being read by millions of people using the ubiquitous Infobabble tablet, he is being chased by two kids Cabby and Journal and a vicious mercenary called The Blender who seem to be after his head. His only hope is to keep a head of them with the help of the gang; a shiftless group of misfits who wander the world in search of pleasurable distractions and adventure and search for the mysterious alien artefact which may prove the existence of extraterrestrial alien life. (Female Ar)

[Rom grew younger, body hair and feminine shape disappeared. It grew shorter and less mature. Finally she was a baby on the ground, waved her arms and legs around and cried. ]

-- Jeffr_2bya


Alien for Rent

Book: by Betsy Duffey (1999)

There is a need for science fiction at the beginning chapter-book level, but this is a mediocre attempt. Lexie and J.P. are third graders who face the wrath of Bruce, a fifth-grade bully. After seeing a glowing green sign that reads "Alien for Rent," the friends go to the playground to see what it's all about. There, Bruce mysteriously becomes frozen in the air just as he is about to punch J.P. After a few moments, the older boy is released and runs away just as Lexie calls him a baby. Later, she finds a "small, cute, chubby, fuzzy, green" junk-food-loving alien named Bork in her lunch box. The friends soon discover that Bruce has been turned into a toddler and realize that Bork was responsible. While the two main characters are likable, the story relies too much on bathroom humor. The alien burps and snores. Bruce, transformed into a baby, holds "...the front of his pans" and screams he has to go potty, unrolls the toilet paper in the bathroom, and so on. This will probably make primary kids giggle. (Mental Ar only)

-- SAbaby

Alien Nation

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #03: "Fountain Of Youth" (09/25/1989)

Glands are cut from Newcomers to rejuvenate an elderly woman. (dissolve)

Alien Worlds #2

Comic Book: Pacific Comics; Issue #2: "A Mind Of Her Own" (1983)

A girl with the power to do anything makes herself a little girl by accident and quickly changes back to being an adult.

Alien Worlds

Old Time Radio Show: Season 02; Episode #03: "Time Clash" (07/29/1979)

Experiments with a prototype time machine will take place on the planet Valeria, and ISA commissioner White and senior crew members of Starlab are invited to observe. During the routine flight to pick up Commissioner White, there is a malfunction aboard Jon and Buddy’s ship causing it to pop out of hyper-space. At that instant, the two are transformed into eight-year-old boys. The Valerians offer their time machine to accelerate the boys back to their own ages and, on the trip, we witness some startling historic events on . (Male/Ar & RN)

Maura help us, we become children. - Jon

Alien Worlds

Old Time Radio Show: Season 03; Episode #02: "The Parallax Deception" (Unaired 1979)

Experiments With Youth Drug Leads To Mysterious Death As A Bizarre Deception Comes Alive. Long time reseacher friend to Maura Cassidy, Madelline Stoner, arrives at Starlab looking 20-years younger. Everyone is astonished by her achievement in age reversal theories. Unfortunately, the next morning she is found dead. The mystery of her demise is unraveled by famous detective Sonar T. Phoom through cunning and an amazing technological Parallax Deception on . . . (Female/Ar & aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Alison's Birthday

Australian movie: (1979)

Joanne Samuel. A cult is plotting to switch a 19 year old girl's body with their 104 year old leader, who has lived for many centuries by stealing the bodies of girls on their 19th birthday. It's poignant when the young girl wakes up in the old body, and then sees her former beautiful young body come into the room. The body stealer just smiles gloatingly, as the girl in the hag's body just screams and screams looking at her hands! (mind transfer, old age/ARed)

-- Eric

All-American Comics #52

Comic Book: "The Aging Death" (09/30/1943)

Possible aP

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

All Star Comics #42 (1st series)

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Man Who Hated Science" (09/30/1948)

A mad alchemist controls an 'elixir of youth,' among other items. The Golden-age Hawkman, Flash, Atom, Green Lantern & Doctor Midnite use it to slip from ropes holding them to a perpetual motion machine (AR, PC, RN). Golden-age Wonder Woman & Black Canary get hit by a random 'alchemical bomb' (AR, PC, RN). [Cameo reference to this issue in America vs. the Justice Society #2 - Feb. 1985.]

All Star Squadron preview

Comic Book: DC Comics: (09/30/1981)

The Wizard vs. Batman & Robin (AR).


All That

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #46: "Katrina's Time Machine"

Has anyone else seen the episode of the Nickelodeon series, 'All That', where one of the cast members, Katrina, makes a time machine? To test it out, she tests it to go 10 years into the past...And turns herself and all the other teens into kids. An annoying stagehand comes up(Apparently the teens are the only ARed ones), and angered when they say they're too young to perform, flips a switch, returns them to normal so they can do the show, and ARs himself to a kid.

-- Anonymous & Steven

All Souls

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #05: "Running Scared" (8/24/2001)

Genetically-manipulated serum used on female track stars has unfortunate effects. Implied and also brief scenes of female AP.


Ally McBeal

TV Series: Season 04; Episode #23: "The Wedding" (05/21/2001)

Season finale starts with young Ally playing with her dolls. Ally awakens to a dancing baby in a tuxedo singing "Never going to get married". Ally pleads with the baby to come towards her, but when she tries to hit it with a tennis racket, it morphs into a huge monster with special effects worthy of Jurassic Park. Later Ally and her dad do their usual dream regression (she turns into a little girl; his hair darkens but the creases in his forehead remain), as they sing "Dulcinea." (accelerated growth) (dream sequence ARed)

-- Visible Time

Almanaque da Maga #2

Brazil Disney's Comic Book: "A poção de Medéia" ["Medea's youth potion"] (03/30/1973)

Medea's youth potion. (Possible Ar/ap)

[Reprinted in Almanaque das Bruxas # 1, O Pato Donald # 1116, and Disney Aventuras #21]

-- Jeffr_2bya

Almanaque das Bruxas #1

Brazil Disney's Comic Book: "A poção de Medéia" ["Medea's youth potion"] (10/30/1990)

Medea's youth potion. (Possible Ar/ap)

[Reprinted in Almanaque da Maga #2, O Pato Donald #1116, and Disney Aventuras #21]

-- http://coa.inducks.org

Almanaque do Mickey #1

Brazil Disney's Comic Book: "A fonte da juventude" (07/09/1986)

Goofy, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pflip looking for Fountain of Youth in Florida and meeting the Gneezles (Possible Ar/ap)

[Reprinted in Almanaque do Mickey #1, Mega #345, Mickey #348, and Super Picsou Géant #37]

-- Jeffr_2bya

Almanaque do Mickey #348

Brazil Disney's Comic Book: "A fonte da juventude" (10/30/1981)

Goofy, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pflip looking for Fountain of Youth in Florida and meeting the Gneezles (Possible Ar/ap)

[Reprinted in Almanaque do Mickey #1, Mega #345, Mickey #348, and Super Picsou Géant #37]

-- http://coa.inducks.org


TV Series: Season 01: Episode #02: "The Quick and the Dead" (07/30/2012)

Dr. Rosen and his team launch an investigation into a killer with super-speed, but problems arise when the group realizes that their actions have led the evil Alpha directly to them, which results in deadly consequences. (Male aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Alter Ego

Book: by Baby June (2005)

Twenty-six year old Daryl Penner has it all: a good job with an ad agency, a budding career as a cartoonist…and a well-kept secret. Daryl lives a double life, thanks to Serena, the little voice inside his head: his alter ego. When the workday ends, Daryl enters a different world by taking on the persona of an adorable three-year-old toddler. In the privacy of his home, Daryl trades in his button-down shirts and trousers for diapers and dresses. Serena inspires and encourages him as Daryl tries desperately to rekindle the pleasures of a lost childhood. Acting as his guide and mentor, Serena helps Daryl sort out the conundrums of adult life. After some very traumatic potty training days, Daryl has finally recovered from the damage, and is once again enjoying the comfort of his diapers. Daryl’s alter ego allows him to live as the eternal child he knows he is. (Ar/aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Alvin Show, The

Cartoon Series: Season 0?; Episode #??: "Clyde Crashcup" (1961)

In the Clyde Crashcup segment of the Alvin & the Chipmunks program, Clyde's lab assistant, Leonardo, AR's while holding a power component of Clyde's time machine.


Always Will

DVD: (03/20/2007)

First-time director Michael Sammaciccia brings a creative parable to DVD with his tale of a high school nobody and his equally unseen buddies who, as a practical joke, dig up a time capsule previously buried by their elementary school. They soon discover that the capsule is a sort of time machine able to change the past. The boys individually learn, however, that the magical powers they think have bettered their lives by making them popular have set other problems in motion. As a test of faith and character, each discovers that true magic is found in the heart and in the development of one’s own character. (Ar/RN)

-- Process

Amazing Adult Fantasy #11

Comic Book: "The Secret of The Universe!" (04/01/1962)

Mankind discovers the effects of traveling faster then light speed by sending a dying man into space. (Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Amazing Adventures #1-11? / Amazing Adventures #17-39?

Comic Book: Solo (1972)

A rapist turns her rapers into baby girls.

Amazing Adventures #1

Ziff Davis Publication: Comic Book: "Trespasser in Time" (06/01/1961)

After a encounter with a strange creature a man is aged to death. Another man escapes just in time, but half his face is aged as a result.

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Amazing Spider-man #75

Comic Book: Marvel Comics: [Magazine Management Co.] "Death Without Warning!" (08/30/1969)

Gang boss Silvermane tests an ancient Egyptian formula. After fighting Spidey, is curse is revealed (AR past birth).

The Amazing Spiez!

Cartoon TV Series: Season 01; Episode #16: "Operation Grow Up" (08/29/2009)

Someone has been destroying libraries and museums and turns it all into a playground. The Spiez stopped him but he escaped. And during the mission, Tony was hit by the villain's beam. They find out that an 8-year-old boy has been their villain, but the Spiez think that the villain looked a lot older than he was. At the same time, young Tony has incredibly grown older because of the beam that hit him, and this beam is what the young villain uses to make himself grow older and stronger. In the b-story, Tony wants to join the choir

Amazing Stories

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #03: "Magic Saturday" (10/06/1986)

It is a young boy's birthday. His grandfather is there, and the boy sees that his grandfather is miserable in his attitude towards life because he hates being old. The boy blows out the candles and wishes for him and his grandfather to switch bodies for 24 hours (I think 24 hours) so that his grandfather can enjoy life again. Anyway, the boy stars to have a heart attack in the grandfather's body, and the grandfather has to make the decision of whether or not to return to his body and save his grandson.

Amazing Stories

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #11: "What If...?" (12/08/1986)

A little boy who is neglected by his parents because he was the result of an unwanted pregnancy that ended the period of single married fun they wanted long before they were ready to begin a family. The episode begins with the resourceful boy getting his own breakfast while he parent's sleep on. Then the strange stuff happens. The boy's school bus doesn't wait for him. Walking to school on his own, he meets a crossing guard who asks if he is ready to cross over. The boy declines. But during the next few hours, his school books vanish. His toy box at home is suddenly full of winter blankets. His bedroom becomes a storeroom for his parents' unwanted stuff.

His favorite toys vanish, and he finds them in a store window. He meets a pregnant woman who finds him cute, and says she wants a boy just like him. It had taken her years to get pregnant, and she is really looking forward to beginning a family. She asks the boy's opinion on which toys to buy her future baby. The boy rEcommends his favorite teddy bear and other stuff he owned. The crossing guard follows the boy home, where he finds no dinner ready and his parents dressed like post-disco dandies holding a wine-and-cheese party for other childless married friends. "Don't they miss me?" the boy pleads. "Not yet. But they will soon feel an empty hole in their lives that they won't be able to explain," the guard says. The boy says he is ready to cross over. The episode ends with the pregnant woman giving birth and is elated when she is told it's a boy.

This seemed like powerful stuff when I was 10. I don't think they reran this episode, as Amazing Stories was soon yanked from NBC's schedule in this, the middle of is sEcond season.

- Pixchick

Amazing Stories

TV Series: Season 04; Episode #19: "Without Diana" (03/27/1987)

two parents mysteriously lose their daughter, and grieve her disappearance for years as the two of them grow old. Many years later when his wife is on her deathbed, their daughter comes home, as young as ever. She waves her hand over her dead mother's face, and her mother becomes young again in a very good morph. The two depart for heaven, leaving her old father to finish a book about her death before he dies.

-- Zietgiest

Amazing Stories Volume #02 Issue: #05

Magazine: Short Story: "The Ultra-Elixir of Youth" by A Hyatt Verrill (08/17/1927)

Professor Elias Henderson of McCracken College, a prominent biologist, has disappeared, as have several of his collegues. There is suspicion of foul play, even of human sacrifice of infants. The narrator takes over Henderson's post, as much out of curiosity as anything. Investigating, he soon learns more than the police did. From Henderson's lab workbook he discovers that Henderson was investigating aging. A chance explosion of a dirigible released a secret gas (QW)that seemed to rejuvenate life near the catastrophe. Henderson followed this lead through and discovered that a new element juvenum, was involved; when activated by radio waves, it turns back the biological clock. Henderson at first rejoiced at his discovery: but then he observed that the youthing process could not be stopped. The test animals and people regressed into nothing. (Female/male Ar into nothing)

[ "I will shrink to an infant in the clothes i have on, in the makeshift, cut-down things I am wearing. My brain is still clear and filled with the thoughts of a grown man --- Yes, even the scientific side of my intellect is unchanged.. I have sought perpetual youth and have found it; but such a youth! Youth reduced to the nth degree. " ]

-- Jeffr_2bya



honey-flavored, mythical food of ancient Greek and Roman gods; ambrosia is Greek word for immortality and was supposed to give immortality to mortals and gods alike when they ate it; often eaten with nectar, drink of gods; ambrosia also name of perfumed anointing oil used to prevent corruption of the living and to preserve the dead from decay; references to ambrosia made in Homer's `Iliad', Virgil's `Aeneid', and Ovid's ` Metamorphostes'

American Childhood's Best Books Ages 8 to 12

Book: edited by Mary Perks

Peter Pan Story is available in this book. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

American Dad

Cartoon Series: Season 01: Episode #04: "Francine's Flashback" (05/15/2005)

When Stan forgets his anniversary, he arranges to have 20 hours of Francine's memory erased, but the CIA temp on duty accidentally erases 20 years. Francine, having reverted to her wild child days, moves into her old apartment with Hayley as a roommate, and ends up going to a festival with Hayley's boyfriend. Meanwhile, Steve asks a good-looking girl out, but needs his wingman, Roger, to "jump on a grenade" for him and date her ugly cousin. (Mental AR from 40 to 20)

-- Visible Time

American Dad

TV Cartoon Series: Season 07; Episode #11: "Old Stan in the Mountain" (02/19/2012)

Stan becomes overly enthusiastic about his hatred for old people. When he messes with a geezer at a camping store, a hex is placed on him that turns him into a frail, old man, despite his attempts to hide his affliction by acting younger. (male adult to old age)

-- Visible Time

American Dragon: Jake Long

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #17: "Switcheroo" (01/06/2007)

Jake and Haley are forced to re-examine their sibling rivalry when an enchanted mirror switches their bodies for a day and each must comically experience life as the other, thus strengthening their brother-sister bond.

-- Metamorphose.org

American Dragon: Jake Long

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #20: "Young at Heart" (03/24/2007)

Jake, Spud and Trixie fight a demon that has caused them to lose their youth. While Jake only has matured into a 21-year-old, Spud and Trixie become elderly 60-year-olds. While trying to figure out how to revert them back to normal, Jake gets caught up in the perks of being an adult, only to realize the life of an adult may not be as glamorous as he first thought.

-- Metamorphose.org

American Indian Fairy Tales

Book: by W. T. Larned, Henry R. Schoolcraft (07/30/2003)

Adapted from legends collected by noted ethnologist Henry R. Schoolcraft in the Lake Superior region in 1839, this charming collection of seven stories will delight youngsters and lovers of Native American myth and legend. (Female aP/RN)

-- Jeffr_2bya

The American School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

Book; Young Adult: by Ann Hearn Ziluck

(AP, book not yet written) Untitled sequel by Ann Hearn Ziluck. The second book has been started. The kids have so much fun with an aging spell - it only lasts for 4 hours - but it ages them 4 years!

-- Visible Time

Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld

Comic Book: DC Comics (1980 - 1991)

On her 12th birthday, Amy Winston is given an amethyst pendant and learns the truth about herself. She is really Amethyst, Princess of the other-dimensional Gemworld. The pendant allows her to travel to her other world, where she is princess, master of many magical powers... and 22 years old.

Several episodes show the odd situations that come up when Amy's classmates watch their friend grow to a young adult, or Amethyst's subjects watch her regress to a pre-teen.

DC Comics Presents was the comic giant's showcase for Superman team-ups. Issue #63 was "Superman and Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld". In this episode, it was revealed that Sardonyx, Amethyst's arch-enemy, was also from earth, and he regressed to a young teen when he had to visit the planet of his origin.

Amityville 1992

Movie: It's About Time

A haunted clock messes with a family and their dad's girlfriend. At the end, the haunted clock turns the teenage son into a toddler, and the dad's girlfriend attacks the clock with an axe. The clock hands start spinning forward rapidly, and she sees that her hands are beginning to wrinkle, she turns to the mirror, and sees that she has aged to about 80 years old. The plot, atmosphere, and makeup are very good, but the scene is quick and occurs only at the end of the film. (AR done via cut)


Amy, Number 7 (Replica 1)

Book: (05/18/2000)

Number Seven turns 25 overnight on her thirteenth birthday.. (Female aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Ancient One

Comic Book Character:

The Ancient One was once the master of Stephen Vincent Strange, aka Doctor Strange, and Karl Amadeus Mordo, aka Baron Mordo. Upon his mortal death, the Ancient One transcended into the spiritual plane, his soul now becoming a minor cosmic entity, occasionally coming to the aid of his former disciple, Doctor Strange.

The youth who would eventually be called the Ancient One was born over 500 years ago in the mystic city of Kamar-Taj, a village in the area now known as Tibet, China. Originally, the youth was a peaceful farmer, like his fellow villagers, but encountered an older villager named Kaluu. Kaluu shared with the youth his knowledge of magic, and they began exploring the secrets of sorcery together, even learning the secrets of immortality.

The youth wanted to use his magic to help the village, but Kaluu wanted to build a vast empire, and organized the men of Kamar-Taj into an army by magically controlling their minds. The youth attempted to warn the village, but Kaluu used his magic to incapacitate him, paralyzing him and setting him on public display. Kaluu began his conquests, and the youth called upon mystical forces while in his paralytic state, ultimately banishing him to the dimension of Cyttorak. Kaluu's spell on him protected the youth from the full effect of the mystical backlash-- instead of being immortal, he would merely age at a very slow rate.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Ancient tales in modern Japan: an anthology of Japanese folk tales

Book: Indiana University Press: By Fanny Hagin (04/01/1985)

Ancient Tales in Modern Japan makes available for the first time in English a unique collection of Japanese folk tales. More than half of these tales have never before been translated. Fanny Hagin Mayer, a pioneer Western scholar in the field of Japanese folklore, has selected 347 folk tales from the standard Japanese reference work, the Meii. Ninety early collectors from throughout Japan, among them key figures such as Sasaki Kizen and Iwakura Ichiro, furnished tales for this selection. This remarkable anthology presents a vivid picture of centuries of Japanese folk culture. Ancient Tales in Modern Japan is an essential work for students of folklore and Japanese culture.

-- Visible Time

Anders And & Co. #45

Norway Disney's Comic Book: "Living In The Past" (11/08/2012)

Donald Duck feels old and seeks a fountain of youth which turns out to be placed in an isolated village. He becomes good friends with the citizens but learns that age isn't all that matters in life. (AS)

[Reprinted in Donald Duck & Co # 45]

-- http://coa.inducks.org

The Andy Milonakis Show

TV Series: (?)

Slight growth AP in "Hulk" parody. (male CB aPed)

-- Visible Time

Andy Panda #32

Comic Book: Dell: "The Fountain Of Youth" (01/30/1956)

Andy Panda discovers the Fountain of Youth.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Angel's Wing #1

Comic Book: Fanboy Entertainment for PLEX Co. Ltd-- (04/30/2002)

Introduces the character of Mary the Apprentice Angel who losses her wings on her first trip to Earth, having been tricked by Shion, an evil opposite of an angel. Mary resembles a young girl, but her loss of wings causes her to rapidly age to adulthood. She busts out of her kids' angel robe, which resembles a pink frilly girls' nightgown. With the help of a bat-like critter, the adult Mary acquires a standard-issue female manga costume with the boos covering far more area than that on the main body. By story's end, she has re-acquired the wings and is back to girl-size, at least until Issue #2 (AP, RN).

-- PixChick


TV Series: Season 03; Episode #01: (04/01/2011)

Angel season 3 when Angel's son was born, kidnapped, sucked into another dimension where time moves faster, coming back as a 16 year old. Also used when Buffy apparently kills Angel, but actually sends him to a hell dimension at the end of season 2. When he returns months later in Season 3, he is actually several centuries older. Of course, being an immortal vampire, he looks exactly the same. His mind, on the other hand.

-- Jeffr_2bya


TV Series: Season 04; Episode #06: "Spin the Bottle" (11/10/2002)

Written and directed by Josh Whelan. A spell is cast to restore Cordy's memory backfire and mentally turns the group into 17 year olds. Angel forgets he is a vampire and has an irish accent. Gunn turns into a street kid. I do not know what happens to Wesley, Fred, or Cordy. None of them know each other.

-- Time

Angel and Faith #21

Comic Book: "What You Want, Not What You Need" Part 01 (04/30/2013)

The time has come for Angel to make good on his promise to resurrect Giles—but at the same time, Season 9’s Big Bads, Pearl and Nash, together with Angel’s own mentor, Whistler, gather the final pieces needed to harness the last magical powers on Earth for their own apocalyptic plan.

Angel and Faith #22

Comic Book: "What You Want, Not What You Need" Part 02 (05/29/2013)

Giles’s resurrection has been pushed to the back burner while Angel and Faith tackle Season 9’s Big Bads—Pearl, Nash, and Whistler—who threaten to release boundless magic over the planet. Only the strong will survive!

Angel Blade

Anime Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #0?: Japanese

Girl gets a bigger bust size. (F/aP)

-- Stonegate & Dragoniade

Angel Sanctuary

Manga (09/01/1997)

The angel Alexiel loved God, but she rebelled against Heaven when she saw how disgracefully the other angels were behaving. She was finally captured, and as punishment sent to Earth to live an endless series of tragic lives. She now inhabits the body of Setsuna Mudo, a troubled teen in love with his sister Sara. Setsuna's misery mirrors the chaos among the angels, and their combined passions threaten to destroy both Heaven and Earth. (Possible Ar/Being reborn over and over)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Angry Beavers

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #09: "Muscular Beaver IV / Act Your Age"

A. Dag's intrepid super hero alter ego returns. This time a snow boarding Treeflower is roped in as his new sidekick, Goody Good Gal, when he once again faces his old nemesis Baron Bad Beaver (aka Norb).

B. The Beaver Boys fight over who gets the first bite of a rare, ancient oak tree that falls into their dam. In typical fashion, Norb outwits Dag and gets the first bite. Irritated at first, Dag then calms down when Norm is suddenly transformed into a beaver toddler. Not to be outdone, Daggett takes a bite and joins Norbert in beaver tot land. The dam becomes a whole new world as the two brothers go from one argument to the next.

A very funny take on an AR situation none the less. "


Animal Comics #21

Comic Book: Dell: "Albert and Pogo and the Fountain Of Youth" (07/30/1946)

Possible Ar

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org


Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #37: "Bumbie's Mom"

Slappy Squirrel Short; Skippy and Slappy are watching a movie called Bumbie, the Dearest Deer. When Bumbie's mother dies, Skippy gets upset and starts crying. Slappy takes him to meet the cartoon actress who played Bumbie's mom to show him she's not really dead. (Deer Regression)

-- Dragoniade & Stonegate Shadowlord.

Animaniacs Featuring Pinky & The Brain #52

Comic Book: DC Comics: "I Never Promised You a Kindergarten" (07/30/1999)

Brain's youth formula backfires. Now he and Pinky try to conquer the world - one pre-school at a time (AR, RN?).

Annual Tales of Legion of Super-Heros # 5

Comic Book: DC Comics:

Unborn child is aPed into a monster.


Anthology of Fantasy & The Supernatural

Fantasy Tales Magazine: Short Stories: "Daddy" by Earl Godwin (1994)

(AP accelerated growth, also old age)The Stephen Jones & David Sutton, A man meets a rapidly aging woman in a bar, and after sex she gives birth to herself. The baby rapidly grows to adulthood in a day. As of this time, no further data has been found.

-- theperv584

Anti-aging Mama!

Manga: (02/30/2011)

Mother of a son never ages. (Female AS)

-- Grimble

Any day now

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #15: "A Parent's Job" (12/30/1999)

Shari Dyon Perry. Rene wears an outgrown costume because her mother treats her like a baby.

-- Visible Time

The Apple of Youth and other Russian folk stories

Book: by John Yeoman, Illustrated by Barbara Swiderska (1968)

Four traditional Russian tales entitled "Antipka and his Bad Tempered Wife." "The Helpful Mouse." "The Two Brothers," and "The Apple of Youth and the Water of Life." (Possible Ar or AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Apprentice Adept

Book: by Piers Anthony (04/01/2011)

Wunderkinds Flach and Nepe age a decade between chapters. A good chunk of the cast is hiding out in a hidden underground stronghold, magically gimmicked to speed up time twenty-fold.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Aquaman V1 #25

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Revolt of Aquaboy!" (02/30/1966)

Aquaman's infant son wanders into the submarine lab of the villain Tamerkhan. A random chemical spill Ages him to young manhood (AP, RN). Tamerkhan, his daughter and his major domo, kept alive by artificial means, cannot renew their energy in time (AP to infinity).

Aquaman v1 #37

Comic Book: "When the Sea Dies!" (02/30/1968)

Aquaman and Mera watch as Aqualad, Tusky and Imp play with Aquababy. While Aquababy is atop Imp's back, the giant seahorse playfully bucks, sending the infant hurtling towards a sharpened coral reef. Tusky isn't fast enough to reach him in time, but fortunately for Aquababy, somebody else is -- the Ocean Master. The Ocean Master catches Aquababy, then taunts Aquaman. Aquaman stares the Ocean Master down, but cannot bring himself to strike him. Ocean Master thinks that Aquaman is weak, and antagonizes him further by firing a ray gun at a passing sea turtle. Aquaman cannot restrain himself any longer, and after saving Iron Jaws the turtle, he tackles the Ocean Master. As the two fight, a bizarre phenomenon occurs. The very sea itself begins to rot and erode away. Large vacuum pockets appear and swallow Mera and Tusky. While Aquaman tries to free them, the architect behind this attack makes his presence known - the Scavenger. The Scavenger attacks the Aqua-Family with his Scorpion-Ship and demands Aquaman to tell him the location of a mysterious alien artifact known as the Time Decelerator. Aquaman has no idea what the Scavenger is talking about, but the villain is undeterred. He captures Mera and Aquababy and holds them prisoner aboard his ship. The Ocean Master feels that if this Time Decelerator is so valuable, then he should be the one to possess it, not the Scavenger. He gets into his mini-sub and fires a heat-seeking torpedo at the Scavenger's ship, but the Scavenger coats his Scorpion-Ship with a sheet of ice, thus avoiding the torpedo. Aquaman telepathically summons every sea creature of the deep to stop the Scavenger's vessel, but none of them succeed in rupturing the ship's impenetrable hull. The Ocean Master tells the Scavenger that he has found the Time Decelerator, and points him in the direction of a nearby cave. The Scavenger takes the bait and the Ocean Master prepares to destroy his ship. Aquaman stops him from doing this, as Mera and Aquababy are still on board. After freeing them, Aquaman finally gets his hands on the Scavenger. As the two grapple, the Scavenger manages to scoop up the Time Decelerator. He activates it, believing that the artifact will grant him immortality. However, the device actually regresses him in age, turning him into a baby, and then into nothingness. Aquaman then blows up the Scorpion-Ship. With the vessel destroyed, the poisoned patches of the sea turn back to normal.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Arcane: the Stone Circle

Game: Shockwave; Episode #06:

Young woman with psychic powers gets stuck between times during seance. By going through a mirror she can see her father as a young man and her two friends as children, and becomes a child herself. In the future she sees her friends as an old man and woman, and her father as a corpse, and becomes an old woman. (Richforce)

-- Visible Time

Archer's Goon

Book: by Diana Wynne Jones (03/01/2003)

When Howard Sykes comes home to find a giant thug -- the Goon -- in the kitchen, life turns upside down. Archer, one of seven siblings who control everything in their town from electricity to the police, has sent the Goon to collect the two thousand words Howard's father owes him. Suddenly, the Sykes family is caught in the middle of the wizards' battle for power -- and only Howard can save them! (Ar/aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Archie's Weird Mysteries

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #13: "Twisted Youth" (12/25/1999)

The Riverdale water supply is infused with an age-reversing chemical, and suddenly, all of the town's adults are turning into teenagers...including Mr. Lodge and Mr. Weatherbee, who are set to compete in a drag race, and Miss Grundy, who has an amorous eye for Reggie.

-- Time

Archie & Friends #7

Comic Book:

Aunt Hilda tries out Sabrina's teen formula facial and suddenly is a high school teenager again!.

Are You Afraid of the Dark?

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #03: "The Tale of the Lonely Ghost" (08/29/1992)

Amanda, a teenage girl, goes to stay with her aunt and cousin Beth for the summer. Her cousin isn't exactly friendly to Amanda, and she's told that she can only hang out with Beth and her friends if she spends a night alone in the house next door that's rumored to be inhabitted by the spirit of a pre-teen girl. (minor Ar at the end)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Are You Afraid of the Dark?

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #07: "The Tale of the Captured Souls" (07/26/1992)

Danny and her parents vacation at a house overseen by a young boy who is very unusal. He has mirrors all over the house and never seems to like getting his picture taken. Danny soon learns why the boy is so strange and so young. Excellent female AP episode. Haunted mirrors steal peoples' youth. Girl gets pimples and her shirt gets tight. She briefly looks at herself in a mirror. Parents aged to extreme old age.

-- Visible Time

Are You Afraid of the Dark?

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #02: "The Tale of Locker 22" (07/03/1993)

In the 1970s, a young girl named Candy Warren was forced to work on her Chemistry assignment after school. However, neither she nor her teacher noticed that the gas line of her Bunsen burner was frayed. This caused an accident, claiming Candy's life. Years later, a young girl gets Candy's locker and soon finds herself haunted by Candy's ghost. (Ghost/ap)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Are You Afraid of the Dark?

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #02: "The Tale of Watcher's Woods" (01/29/1994)

Long ago, three girls attending camp got lost in the woods, only leaving behind their whistles. At the same exact time, a camper went crazy and started babbling about a Watcher within the woods, creating the nickname Watcher's Woods. When two present day campers get lost, they find that there's definitely something evil in the woods. (Ghost/Ar & aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Are You Afraid of the Dark?

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #08: "The Tale of the Guardian's Curse" (03/05/1994)

A mummy is delivered to a museum owned by an archeologist. The mummy happens to be a dead pharaoh queen whose ancient potion and ring brings eternal life. The trouble begins when the mummy mysteriously disappears. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya


Artemis Fowl And The Time Paradox (Book 6)

Book: Hardcover: (07/15/2008)

Holly (Elf) gets younger after after time traveling with Artemis. Artemis (Human) gets older. (Ar/aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya


Cartoon Series: Season 06; Episode #03: "The Secret Life of Dogs and Babies" (10/08/2001)

It was a spoof on Rugrats inside the show Arthur. Anyway, the baby was watching TV with her older brother and sister and was commenting to the dog that she couldn't do that kind of stuff, if her playpen could be opened with a screwdriver she'd be to paris by now. She changed the channel to Teletubbies...and the teletubbies were speaking like Shakespearean stuff, but to the grown kids it sounded like Teletubbies

The show kept going for a while, and it turns out that the baby cant understand grown up talk, and they cant understand her...but she can converse with the dog. The top to a wedding cake goes missing, and she remarks to the dog that she thinks if they put it on the cake, a beam of light will come out and change all the grown ups to babies so they can finally understand her. The best part is that they show this age regression imagination of her's! Is great! A whole bunch of big grown up furries regressed into little diaper wearing babies if only for a few sEconds.

-- Lilkittenroo

As The World Turns

Tv Series: Soap: (03/20/2002)

James took Carly, Emily and Rose to a creepy spa against their will, where they were given a serum to severely age their skin. When Rose D'Angelo got home, she found that she'd suddenly aged 30 years! She looked like an old woman and felt ugly around Paul, who assured her that he loved her and wanted to marry her anyway. Not long after, Rose was healed. Jack discovered Carly in a coffin, severely aged due to the treatments from Dr. Weston. Bob Hughes performed a procedure to restore Carly's face. (old age, RN)

Paul: Please, just let me see you first.
Rose: No. I can't. You see, something happened to me, and something happened that changed me somehow and --
Paul: Lily said your face was injured.
Rose: Well, that's one way to put it.
Paul: So what are you afraid of, Rose? That some wound or change is going to make me stop loving you?
Rose: Yeah, something like that. There's a catch there. You see, I'm not me anymore.
Jack: Something's wrong with Rose's skin. She aged 20 years overnight. That's why they did the biopsy, to see if it was true.
She's 20 years older so far.
John: There's been damage on the cellular level. It's as if the cells had aged 20 years in 2 months.
Jack: Which is why she suddenly looks so much --
John: -- So much older.
Jack: Have you ever heard of a scientist -- or a researcher, i guess you'd call him -- dr. Weston. He's the doctor behind all these treatments that Rose was forced to take at the spa. Lily: Is that Libby?
Rose: Yeah. That's her.
Lily: Wow, she looks so old to be working in a spa, that's hard work.
Jack: And who's the girl, her granddaughter?
Rose: Let me look on the back of Libby's picture, see what it says. "Libby Mueller, 2001." Let me look on the other picture, see if there's anything I can figure out here. "Libby Mueller, high school graduation, 1999."
Rose: The photographs. They're both wearing the locket. Don't you see? It's the same person!
Craig: She went from 18 to 80 in 2 years?
Craig: So -- so there's this doctor, maybe, or somebody who calls himself a doctor up on a mountaintop maybe, who's making young women into old and -- there's a market for this?

-- Visible Time

Asatte no Houkou

Anime TV Series: Season 01; Episode: #01 (200?)

Karada is an elementary school girl. She lost her parents in the accident, and she has been living with his big brother. Because she doesn`t want be a burden on her brother, she hopes to grow soon. On the other hand, there is a woman named Shoko. She used to be called "genius", and she always misses those days. Those two happen to obtain mysterious stones to grant their wishes. They change their "time". Karada turns to be an adult, while Shoko becomes a child. However...

-- Lisek

Ashita Moideyo

Japanese Comic Book: Manga: "Ashita mo oideyo". "Wizard of Oz" by Horihone Saizou (2006)

AKA parody manga. The wicked witch becomes small and young after getting hit by water. (Ar)

-- Sutibaru

Asterix and Obelix All at Sea #30

Comic Book: Hardbound English translation of French comic by Uderzo. Printed is Great Britain by Hodder & Stoughton. (1996)

In this 35th adventure of Asterix the Gaul, Asterix's huge friend Obelix drinks an entire cauldron of the magic potion that makes everyone in Asterix's village super strong, enabling them to humiliate the Romans who seek to enslave them. By overindulging in the potion, Obelix is first turned into stone. While an antidote restores him to flesh and blood, it also turns him into a little boy. Being young, Obelix cannot put up the same fight as when he was full size, so the Romans easily capture him and put him on a boat bound for Rome. Asterix enlists the help of a band on seagoing rebels headed by Spartikis (who is a character of Kirk Douglas). But Spartikis' boat first docks in Atlantis, where everybody but one elderly gent has used the land's secret elixir of youth to return to childhood. Obelix rejects staying there and playing all day. But to leave, Asterix has to take command of the ship, because Spartikis and his crew have stolen some elixir and has already turned into 5-year-olds. Catching up with the Roman galley, Asterix is beaten, being unable to fight the whole Roman crew alone. But seeing his buddy being whipped, Obelix wills himself back to his adult age (still in now very tight Kiddie pans) and saves the day. Oh, and the Roman admiral who kidnapped the junior Obelix gets his hands on a barrel of the strength potion, drinks it all, turns to stone, and may still be serving as a pigeon roost before the Colosseum in Rome.

This 48-page hardbound comic is available in the UU. S.for $16.99 from the Bud Plant Comic Art Catalog (www.budplant.com).

- Pixchick

Astonishing #53

Comic Book: Marvel: "Build Me A Machine!" (09/30/1956)

A scientist builds a time machine for a dictator who wishes to travel 50 years into the past with gold and plans for the H-Bomb in order to escape a losing war. Unfortunately for him, the device drops him into the past as he was 50 years ago, an infant. (Male Ar)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Astonishing #63

Comic Book: Marvel: "The Secret beyond Belief!" (08/30/1957)

A scientist invents a rejuvenation process and a fellow scientist wants him to share it with the world, but the man refuses because the creative people who have gone through the process are no longer productive as they have all the time in the world to perfect their craft but never finish anything. (Male AS)

[Reprinted in Tomb of Darkness #17]

-- http://www.comics.org

Astounding Stories

Book: "A Leak in the Fountain of Youth." by (08/30/1936)

A science fiction story from the Gernsback Era by Amelia Reynolds Long. The story first appeared in the August 1936 issue of Astounding Stories and was reprinted in the 2003 anthology Sci-Fi Womanthology edited by Forrest J. Ackerman and Pam Keesey (Male Ar/RN, Female Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Astro Boy #12

Manga Comic Book: "The Youth Gas"

Astro Boy and a mysterious stranger come across weird meteorites. The stranger dies, but bequeaths the gas inside the meteorites to Astro.

Doctor Ochanomizu tess the gas on some chickens, which revert to chicks, then eggs. Next, an aged kabuki grand master is restored to the prime of youth. Doctor O plans to use the gas (which can't be duplicated, apparently) to preserve the lives of deserving people who contribute to humanity.

Naturally, there's a crime lord who wants to make himself youthful and then use the gas to make bundles o' money. After much action, he's reverted to infancy, and the rest of the gas is wasted.

the transformations are cutaways; before, opaque gas, after.


Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Cartoon Movie: (2004)

An eccentric zillionaire sends Milo out to test his hypothesis with an anachronistic crew that includes tough Puerto Rican mechanic Audrey (Jacqueline Obradors), demolition expert Vinnie (Don Novello), and butt-kicking blond adventurer Helga (Claudia Christian). When they find Atlantis, its culture is dying because the people can no longer read the runes that explain their mysterious power source--but Milo can. Nasty Commander Rourke (James Garner) attempts to steal that power source, leading to the requisite all-out battle. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya.

Atlantis 2; Milo's Return

Cartoon Movie: (2004)

Like Disney's animated Atlantis: The Lost Empire, its sequel, Milo's Return, is an Indiana Jones for the younger set. Bespectacled Milo Thatch (James Arnold Taylor taking over from Michael J. Fox) is back in this made-for-video release, helping to rebuild Atlantis alongside new sweetheart Queen Kida, but all is not so calm in the outside world. A giant octopus-like creature, the Kraken, is terrorizing a local village, so Milo, Kida, and the rest head out--Scoobie-style--to make things right. Once that problem has been solved, they're off to the Southwest to tame a passel of wild sand coyotes and then to Antarctica to battle a 100-foot ice monster. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya.

Atom #29?


On Earth-2, all women are aging (AP). Golden-age Atom travels to Earth-1, where all the men are getting younger, including the Silver-age Atom, Ray Palmer

Atom #36

Comic Book: "The Duel Between the Dual Atoms!"

National Periodical Publications (DC) -- Apr. - May 11968 On Earth-2, all women are aging. Golden-age Atom (Al Pratt) travels to Earth-1, where all the men are getting younger, including the Silver-age Atom, Ray Palmer (AR).


Audrey Rose

Book: (1964)

Audrey Rose Hoover and her mother die in a horrible auto accident. 1975: her father believes he has found Audrey Rose, reincarnated as 10-year-old Ivy Templeton. Using hypnosis to regress Ivy to the time of Audrey Rose's death, the results are devastating for both families.

-- Time

Audrey Rose

Movie: (1964)

Audrey Rose Hoover and her mother die in a horrible auto accident. 1975: her father believes he has found Audrey Rose, reincarnated as 10-year-old Ivy Templeton. Using hypnosis to regress Ivy to the time of Audrey Rose's death, the results are devastating for both families. (cus?)

-- Time

Aunt Jennie's Tonic

Book issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (12/30/1971)

The recipe book of a murdered elderly mystic who has aided locals, prominent politicians and others includes potions to "make men into boys and boys into men." Subtle AR when the protagonist attempts to whip up a batch of the former.


The Authority v1 #12

WildStorm Comic Book: "Outer Dark" Four of Four (04/01/2007?)

Jenny Sparks is reborn as Jenny Quantum as a century ends. (ARed)

-- Jeffr_2bya

The Authority v2 #12

WildStorm Comic Book: "Fractured World"

A adult woman claims to be Jenny Quantum's mother, but she is really Jenny Fractal (a twin sister to Jenny Quantum). Jenny Fractal makes herself younger and kills her twin Jenny Quantum. (ARed)

-- Jeffr_2bya

The Authority v3 Revolution #4

WildStorm Comic Book: (March)

A group of super villians appear and fight The Authority. When they are losing the battle they suddenly age.

-- Jeffr_2bya

The Authority v3 Revolution #7

WildStorm Comic Book: by Brubaker/Nguyen/Friend. (2005)

Apollo is raising 8 year old Jenny Quantum as a single parent. She's sick of being treated like a little girl, and steps through the looking glass to Infinite City, home of all the Jennys who came before her. After she learns the extent of her powers, Jenny subconsciously AA AP's her body to age 14. Her dad strongly disapproves of the change. In #8, the now "adult" Jenny takes it upon herself to reunite the feuding former heroes, including her absent adoptive father, the Midnighter, to stop the machinations of Henry Bendix, the evil mastermind responsible for the Authority’s misfortunes. They all agree to help, but are appalled at Jenny’s smoking habits. Quote: "The Quantum girl has somehow aged at least five years in the last hour." (aP)

-- Timewatch



Greek mythology describes the sons of the soil, who grow out of the soil just as plants do. According to ancient traditions, these Autochthonous come into being during times of great change when the whole universe starts moving backward. During these reversals, people grow younger and younger until they are babies and then finally diappear into the ground.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Avengers #218, The (1st series)

Comic Book: "Born Again (and Again, and Again ....)"

He cannot die. Each time, he is re-born and has to grow up again. Now back as a kid of about 10, he wants the Avengers to finish him off for good (aP).


Avengers, The

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #03: "Kang"

A world ruler from future wants a time device to take over everyone in ever time. To force The Avengers to give the device tests a time bomb to aged a whole city. (morph)

Avengers, The

TV Series: Season 05; Episode #14: "Something Nasty In the Nursery" (05/05/1967)

Missile sites and other secrets are leaking from high sources. When one of these sources mentions the name of his nanny, Steed pays her a visit at a nanny training school. He instead finds impostor tests a drug with a curious delivery mechanism - a "baby bouncer" - to extract information. Extreme mental AR is the modus operandi of the villain whom Steed and Mrs.. Peel must stop.


Comic Book Cover

Avengers Spotlight #37

Comic Book: Marvel Comics: "Interlude in a Peaceable Kingdom!" (10/30/1990)

Nebula, a minion of Kang the Conqueror, is able to alter time/age. Multiple changes. Doctor Druid takes her on (AR). Multiple changes to Nebula

Avion Commercial

TV Commercial

a few days ago I was watching tv and I only saw the part where there were babies, sitting on the ground on big clothes. There was another sorta commercial they show babies in a huge fountain swimming, I think it was a commercial for Avion there slogan was your fountain of youth, which means the babies were once older and the fountain was the fountain of youth

-- Anonymous

Awesome Man #1

Comic Book: Astonish Comics: "The Adventure Begins" (2002)

Something mysterious, fallen from the sky, turns an elementary school kid into an adult-sized version of his idolized super-hero overnight (aP).


The Awesomes

Animated TV Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "Pilot" Part 01 (2013)

After Mr. Awesome decides to retire and disband The Awesomes, his son Prock steps in to keep the team going. Meanwhile, Dr. Malocchio decides it’s time to come out of super-villain retirement. (Female Ar)

Ayashi no Ceres

Anime Cartoon Person

(CB) Kuruma Chidori is a C-Genoma with Tennyo blood. Measurements: Height: 150, Bust: 75, Waist: 56, Hips: 80. When she transforms: H: 165, B: 85, W: 57, H: 83. Blood Type: B. Volume 4 manga: Chidori, an elementary school kid, is visiting Aya, Suzumi, and Yuuhi. She has C-Genes. When she transforms, a change in her cells appears. She completely conforms to her new shape and now looks 16. She mainly gets taller, gets bigger breasts, and her hair grows and darkens. She pretty much has the power to change into this form at will (though her clothes are always ruined after she does!) With her changing form she can't lead a normal life. She discovers her power when one of the other patients at the hospital was attacking her little brother. Everyone practically fainted in disbelief when she revealed she was 16. She's in high school! The tennyo drug makes her seem younger.

-- Visible Time

Ayashi no Ceres

by Nishizaki Megumi "Episode of Shuro"

Focuses on Tsukasa Shuro’s life from age 4 to death. Shuro pretended to be a boy. She notices that Kei’s voice is changing, and that he is getting more of a man’s body. Suddenly, Shuro feels a deep pain in her belly and runs off to the ocean. Kei stares in shock as he notices the water around Shuro is stained with red, and that Shuro’s breasts are showing through her wet T-shirt. When she sings her last song Shuro’s hair grows out and her breasts get bigger (she becomes Tennyo). Kei appears at Shuro’s side and sings with him; Chidori, too. (flash forward)

-- Visible Time

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