White Rabbit Appearance Height: 5'7" (estimated) Weight: 130 lbs. (estimated) Eyes: Blue Hair: Red, long Features: Ever heard of Playboy? For the costume, check the photo above... A picture is worth more than a thousand words. Summary Created By: J.M. DeMatteis, Kerry Gammill, Mike Esposito Real Name: Unrevealed, however her married last name is 'Dodson' Current Aliases: She calls herself the Queen of Crime and Mistress of Mayhem Former Aliases: None Dual Identity: Known to the Authorities Current Occupation: She's probably being held at some mental institution Former Occupation: Master Criminal... well, sort of Citizenship: Presumed American Legal Status: She has a criminal record for causing heavy city damage Place of Birth: Unknown Marital Status: Widower Known Relatives: Rich, old husband Lewis Dodson (deceased) Known Confidants: None Known Allies: The Walrus, Mad Hatter and Dormouse (the latter two were actors she hired to play the part of the Alice in Wonderland characters) Major Enemies: Frog-Man, Spider-Man, Leapfrog I, Grizzly, Gibbon and the Bombastic Bag-Man (with the exception of Peter and MJ, everyone is unaware that Spider-Man was also Bombastic Bag-Man) Usual Bases: New York Former Bases: New York Current Groups: The White Rabbit Gang, which she, of course, leads Former Groups: The Terrible Two Education: With exception to her apparent schizophrenia, she is presumed to have been privately schooled, perhaps a possible tutor, along with her own self-education. Her intellect suggests collegiate-level or higher Powers & Paraphenalia Strength Level: Normal human level, for someone who engages in physical exercise. She also seems to have some fighting skills Powers: None Abilities: She's insane and dangerous, but you just can't take a woman in a bunny suit seriously Equipment: Jet-Boots, the Bunnymobile, the Flying Hare (a rabbit-shaped zeppelin), genetically altered Killer Bunnies and a giant Rabbit-Robot Weapons: Razor-tipped umbrellas and umbrellas that fire razor-tipped carrots and explosive carrots. Yes, I'm serious Limitations: Her obsession with Lewis Carroll and the Wonderland Story, added to her poor judgement have foiled her plans 3 times. Background The White Rabbit is a clear example of a nutcase. As a child, she belonged to a rich family, who wanted to give her an upright education. She was mostly secluded and "protected", in order to become a "proper lady". Having nowhere to turn, she found her refuge in books, until she read Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. That book was more than a simple refuge for a troubled mind; in her own words, it saved her soul. She grew up into a futile and melancolic 25 year old woman married to an 82 year old multi-billionare geezer. She could have anything money can buy, but she longed for the thrill of danger, mayhem, and adventure, which her husband couldn't give her. She eventually got rid of him, though his death was assumed to be natural (she assures he died happy... I wonder) and then used his fortune to become the White Rabbit, based on the character from the book. She started her villainous career by robbing several fast-food restaurants. Why fast-food? As I said, "the White Rabbit is a clear example of a nutcase". Her biggest problem was that when she tried to rob Kwikkee Burger, Eugene Patilio was in the restaurant. You don't know who Eugene is? He's none other than the Fabulous Frog-Man! While he dodges the bullets from the White Rabbit Gang, the White Rabbit herself abandons her men, leaving them to handle Frog-Man. Of course, Frog-Man eventually handles himself (check his profile if you don't understand why), and he only survives because Spider-Man intervenes. After that, she goes to her next target with a renewed Gang: A book fair. On her way, she's spotted by Spidey and Frog-Man, and after a funny battle, her jet-boots fail and she crashes to her first defeat. A few years later, she returns with a different plan: She wants to execute revenge on Frog-Man. With that, she contacts Speed Demon, Yellow Claw and the Walrus, the other guys who were (sort of) defeated by Frog-Man. The first two scoff at her proposal, only the dumb-as-a-rock Walrus agrees. They start spreading chaos and mayhem in Brooklyn (surprisingly, in front of Kwikkee Burger) to attract Frog-Man, but they attract one frog too many, because Eugene's dad, the original Leapfrog, also shows up and he controls the suit much better than his son. Of course, Spidey also appears, and once again Frog-Man scores a clumsy victory, by falling on the Rabbit's back when jumping out of control. In her third and final storyline to date, she and her gang are robbing a bank, when the Gargantuan Grizzly and his partner, Gibbon, the Boy Monkey, show up to stop her. They're captured, and three issues later she attempts to ransom the duo demanding 1 billion dollars for their lives, or she'd feed them to her genetically altered killer bunnies (Monthy Python, anyone?)! The Mayor thinks that 1 billion is too much, and makes a counter offer: $2.50! She rejects and takes the Flying Hare to bomb the city. She raises the ransom request to 5 billion and returns to her hideout, while a stealthy Bombastic Bag-Man (Peter with a bag on his head. Hey, it's the middle of Identity Crisis, and he had none of the other costumes with him!) climbs aboard the Hare. When the Hare arrives back at the hideout, the White Rabbit drops Grizzly and Gibbon into the bunnies' pit, and the Bag-Man takes out the White Rabbit Gang. When he faces the Mad Hatter and the Dormouse, the White Rabbit's sidekicks, they say they're only hired actors, because not a single super-villain (!!!) wanted to work with the Rabbit. She shows up with a giant Rabbit-Robot and blasts Bag-Man away. Of course, Peter's just pretending, because he saw Grizzly and Gibbon leaving the pit and wanted to give them the victory. It seems that the Gibbon's natural affinity with animals convinced the killer bunnies to chew their chains. The Grizzly, afraid to be called sexist if he didn't give the Rabbit equal treatment, renders her K.O. with a nice punch. Black Cat Appearance Height: 5'10" Weight: 120 lbs Eyes: Green Hair: Platinum blonde Features: Bombshell Summary Created By: Marv Wolfman, Keith Pollard, Frank Giacoia Real Name: Felicia Hardy Current Aliases: None Former Aliases: Felicity Harmon Dual Identity: The Black Cat Current Occupation: Private Investigator Former Occupation: Cat burglar Citizenship: Citizen of the US Legal Status: Criminal record, but granted legal amnesty Place of Birth: Queens, New York Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: Walter (father, deceased), Lydia (mother) Known Confidants: Spider-Man, Mary Jane Parker Known Allies: Spider-Man Major Enemies: Kingpin, Doctor Octopus, the Owl, Tombstone Usual Bases: New York City Former Bases: none Current Groups: none Former Groups: none Education: Unknown Powers & Paraphenalia Strength Level: Enhanced by uniform Powers: Currently none Abilities: Superb gymnastic and fighting skills Equipment: Ropes and claws (for climbing), balance earings, contact lenses to see in the dark, and something that increases agility Weapons: Claws Limitations: None Knowledge Quiz QUIZ: black_cat.html Background Felicia Hardy is the Black Cat, who first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #194. She began a career in crime out of respect and adoration for her cat-burgler father, but kept it on as a misguided attempt to attract the attentions of Spider-Man. Felicia and Peter have been very close in the past, and she is fully aware of his secret identity. Initially, Felicia's abilities were 100% natural, with the 'accidents' which seemed to befall those who crossed her path being merely well-planned stunts. After her near-death at the hands of The Owl and Dr Octopus in Spectacular #72, Felicia feared that her lack of powers made her a vulnerability to Spider-Man, and that she would lose him. While Peter was away in Secret Wars, Felicia turned to Kingpin, and made a pact with him in return for his scientists giving her super-powers. She kept the secret from Peter for quite some time. What she didn't realise was that her newly-gained genuine 'bad luck' power was infectious, and that it was permanently jinxing Spider-Man. That of course was the Kingpin's plan all along. She broke up with Spider-Man, and Dr Strange removed her bad-luck power, changing her other abilities in the process. Since then she has settled into a life of her own, albeit one which regularly intertwines with Peter's. She recently dated Flash Thompson for a while, primarily to irritate Peter. Recently, Mary Jane and Black Cat have become close friends - in spite of their once intense rivalry over Peter. She bought some nifty equipment from the Tinkerer, and occasionally teams-up with Pete.