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Hellcat (Marvel Comics) Character Review

Hellcat (Marvel Comics) Character Review

Hellcat (Marvel Comics) Character Review

Hellcat (Patricia "Patsy" Walker) is a fictional Character appearing in books published by Marvel Comics. She premiered as the star of a teen romantic-comedy series and was later integrated into Marvel superhero franchises such as the Avengers and the Defenders. More about Hellcat (Marvel Comics) Character Review - keep reading !!

Created by Ruth Atkinson, Patsy Walker first appeared in Miss America Magazine (Nov. 1944), published by Marvel precursor Timely Comics, and became Hellcat in The Avengers (Feb. 1976). The character was ranked 95th in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list.

Fictional Character Biography


After growing up in suburban Centerville, graduating high school and marrying high-school sweetheart Robert "Buzz" Baxter, Patsy Walker becomes an assistant to scientist Hank McCoy, the mutant superhero the Beast, who at that time was on hiatus from the X-Men. Estranged from her husband, now a U.S. Air Force colonel, Walker befriends McCoy, and, desiring to become a superhero, accompanied McCoy on an adventure with the superhero team the Avengers. She adopts an ability-enhancing costume that formerly belonged to Greer Grant Nelson, the former masked adventuress the Cat, and Walker takes on the name Hellcat.

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After having used her natural athletic abilities and good instincts to rescue the Avengers, Walker is offered membership in the team. The cosmic adventurer Moondragon persuades her to decline and instead accompany Moondragon to the Saturn moon of Titan for training in psychic ability and advanced martial arts. Walker's training is abbreviated when she returns to Earth to assist the supernatural hero Doctor Strange, and then join the superhero team the Defenders. Moondragon revokes her psychic abilities, citing Walker's ineffective use of them as the cause.

She meets her future husband Daimon Hellstrom, the Son of Satan, during the course of her Defenders adventuring. After learning that her mother had promised her soul to Satan, and briefly being lied to by the Devil that he was her father, Walker reunites with her real father and marries Hellstrom. The two then retire from superheroics. Ultimately, Hellstrom's demonic inheritance took possession of him and drove Walker insane. Institutionalized, she was driven to suicide by the otherworldly being Deathurge.

Trapped in Hell, Walker's spirit is used in a series of gladiatorial-like combat scenarios. There, she learns to develop and use her psychic powers. Hellstrom tricks the archer superhero Hawkeye into returning her spirit to Earth; Hawkeye believes he is retrieving his presumed-dead wife, Mockingbird, from the demonic lord Mephisto's realm. Resurrected and back on Earth, Walker retains the powers she developed in Hell. Now able to manifest a costume at will, Walker adopts a reversed version of the Cat costume, with a blue cat-suit and cowl with yellow gloves and boots. In this new guise, and once again a member of the Defenders, Hellcat focuses on combating occult evils, notably Nicholas Scratch, who had based himself in her hometown of Centerville, and the otherdimensional ruler Dormammu.

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During the superhero "Civil War" over the federal Superhuman Registration Act, Hellcat willingly registers. She serves as one of the young superheroes' instructors at Camp Hammond. She was then assigned as an official superhero in Alaska, but eventually returned to New York City.

Hellcat develops and maintains a deep friendship with the superheroes Firestar, Black Cat and Photon. Part of this is their support of Firestar, who develops and then defeats breast cancer..

Powers and Abilities (Hellcat)


Hellcat can sense mystical phenomena or those items or persons touched by mystical energy. She can use a force field that deflects mystical attacks. She is able to summon her costume at will. Patsy is a well-trained martial artist, having been taught by both Captain America and Moondragon.

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