General assessment betrays superheroes—likewise called “Supers”— because of the blow-back caused by their wrongdoing battling. After a few claims, the administration quietly starts the Superhero Relocation Program, which powers Supers to for all time stick to their secret characters.
Fifteen years later, Bob and Helen Parr—once known as Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl—and their children Violet, Dash, and baby Jack-Jack are a rural family. Sway loathes the ordinariness of the suburbs and his desk work. Together with his companion Lucius Best, some time ago known as Frozone, Bob once in a while remembers “the greatness days” by working two jobs as a vigilante.
After his administrator keeps him from ceasing a robbing, Bob loses his temper and harms him, bringing about the loss of his activity. Returning home, Bob finds a message from a strange lady named Mirage who persuades him to end up Mr. Unbelievable once more, and gives him a mission to wreck a savage tripod-like robot called the Omnidroid on the remote island of Nomanisan. Bounce finds the Omnidroid and obliterates it by deceiving it into tearing out its own energy source.
Sway finds the activity and higher pay restoring; he enhances his association with his family and starts thorough preparing while at the same time anticipating more work from Mirage for the following two months. Finding a tear in his suit, he visits superhuman ensemble designer Edna Mode. Mode, expecting that Helen comprehends what Bob is doing, makes new suits for the whole family. Leaving for Nomanisan by and by, Bob finds Mirage is working for Buddy Pine, an offended previous fan whom Mr. Mind boggling had dismissed as his sidekick. Having embraced the name Syndrome, he has been idealizing the Omnidroid by procuring distinctive Supers to battle it, including new highlights the event that a Super wins. Since it is equipped for vanquishing Bob, Syndrome means to send the machine to the city of Metroville. There, he will covertly control its controls to crush it in broad daylight, turning into a legend himself. Afterward, he will offer his innovations with the goal that everybody will turn out to be similarly “super”, making the term futile.
In the interim, Helen visits Edna and realizes what Bob has been doing. Edna actuates a reference point she incorporated with the suits so Helen can discover Bob, coincidentally making him be found and caught. Helen acquires a private plane to set out toward Nomanisan, yet Violet and Dash have stowed away wearing their own suits, leaving Jack-Jack with a sitter. Disorder shoots down Helen’s plane, yet she and the youngsters survive and achieve the island. Helen penetrates the base, finding Syndrome’s goals to send the Omnidroid to Metroville in a rocket. Distressed by Syndrome’s insensitivity when her life was undermined, Mirage discharges Bob and educates him of his family’s survival. In the meantime, Helen arrives and races off with Bob to discover their youngsters. Dash and Violet are spotted and pursued by some of Syndrome’s watchmen, yet fight them off with their forces previously rejoining with their folks. Nonetheless, Syndrome catches them, abandoning them detained on Nomanisan while he takes after the rocket to Metroville.
The Parrs escape and go to Metroville in an extra rocket. Consistent with its programming, the Omnidroid perceives Syndrome as a rival and assaults the remote on his wrist, making him unequipped for controlling it, while at the same time thumping him oblivious. The Parrs and Frozone collaborate to battle the Omnidroid; the fight is hesitant until the point when Bob runs over the remote, enabling him to control one of the robot’s arms and utilize it to annihilate its energy source. Returning home, the Parrs discover Syndrome, who intends to capture and raise Jack-Jack as his own particular sidekick to correct retribution on the family. As Syndrome is setting out upward to achieve his plane, Jack-Jack’s own particular superpowers begin to show and he escapes from Syndrome midair. Disorder figures out how to get on the plane and brags, yet Bob tosses his own particular auto towards the plane, making Syndrome lose his adjust and get sucked into the plane’s stream motor, devastating the flying machine and murdering him, while Helen gets Jack-Jack.
After three months, the Parrs witness the landing of another lowlife called the Underminer. They put on their superhuman veils, prepared to confront another danger.