Bloody Mary (DC Comics)

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Bloody Mary
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Bloody Mary, artist Jeff Moy
Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
First appearance Hawk and Dove vol. 2 #21 (Feb 1991)
Created by Karl Kesel (writer)
Barbara Kesel (artist)
In-story information
Species New God
Place of origin Apokolips
Team affiliations Female Furies
Abilities Energy vampire
Telekinesis
mental control
psychic sensing

Bloody Mary is a fictional extraterrestrial vampire in the DC Comics universe. She first appeared in Hawk and Dove vol. 2 #21 (February 1991), and was created by Karl Kesel and Barbara Kesel.

Fictional character biography[edit]

A member of the junior Female Furies, Bloody Mary is an energy vampire that enjoys sucking the life out of her victims.[1] She also flies using a disk and can project energy out of her eyes that can hypnotically manipulate her enemies. She hates being touched, and will attack anyone who dares to do so. She has only worked with the Furies on few occasions.

When a mysterious figure began murdering various New Gods, Bloody Mary joined her warrior sisters in an attempt to have Wonder Girl join their ranks for further protection. While battling the novice Amazon, Bloody Mary is killed by the Infinity-Man. [2]

Powers and abilities[edit]

Bloody Mary can absorb energy from her victims through vampiric blood sucking. After this is done she can mentally control her victims.[1] She can project beams from her eyes that are able to telekinetically move objects/people. Mary also possesses the ability to sense the presence of other beings in her immediate area.

Other versions[edit]

Sovereign Seven[edit]

Bloody Mary appears in the Sovereign Seven series, and is killed after she tries to suck the life from Maitresse. However the Sovereign Seven series is not considered part of DC universe continuity.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Wallace, Dan (2008), "Female Furies", in Dougall, Alastair, The DC Comics Encyclopedia, New York: Dorling Kindersley, p. 120, ISBN 0-7566-4119-5, OCLC 213309017 
  2. ^ "Wonder Girl" mini-series #1-4

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