Real Name: Patricia
formerly Patsy Hellstrom, Patsy Baxter
Identity/Class: Human Mutate
former occult investigator at Hellwalker Para-Psychological Investigations, housewife, secretary, actress, model
Defenders (Black Panther, Blazing Skull, Cloak, Cloud,
Dr. Stephen Strange, Gargoyle
(Christians), Loa, Moon Knight, She-Hulk (Lyra), Silver Surfer, Son of
Satan, Stingray); Lady Liberators (Black Widow (Natasha Romanova),
She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Storm,
Thundra, Tigra, Valkyrie
(Brunnhilde)), Initiative (Ares, Baron von Blitzschlag, Beast
(McCoy), Black Widow (Romanova), Devil-Slayer,
Gauntlet, Justice (Astrovik), Komodo,
Ms. Marvel (Danvers), Danielle Moonstar, Nighthawk
(Richmond), Physique, She-Hulk, Taskmaster, 3-D Man (Delroy Garrett),
Tigra, War Machine, Wonder Man, Yellowjacket (Pym), many others);
formerly Defenders (Beast (Henry McCoy), Clea, Dr. Stephen Strange, Gargoyle (Isaac Christians), Hulk (Bruce Banner), Nighthawk, Over-Mind, Power Man (Luke Cage), Red Guardian (Tania Belinsky), Silver Surfer, Son of Satan, Sub-Mariner, Valkyrie (Brunnhilde), Valkyrie (Samantha Parrington));
formerly Legion of the Unliving (Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell), Doctor Druid, Mockingbird/H'rpra, Swordsman (Jacques Duquesne), Thunderstrike, Wonder Man)
Affiliations: Allen, Edward
Lionel Alvis, Angel (Warren Worthington), Julie
Aua, Avengers (Beast, Captain America (Rogers), Iron Man (Stark),
Moondragon, Scarlet Witch, Thor, Vision), Avengers (Captain America
(James Barnes), Luke Cage, Justice (Vance Astrovik), Mockingbird, Nova
(Richard Rider), Ronin (Clint Barton), Speedball (Robbie Baldwin),
Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Wolverine
(James Howlett)), Michael Barnett, Beast (Hank McCoy), Barton Beekman, Bessie, Bill,
Black Panther (T'Challa), Miss
Bloom, Abigail Brand, Bunnyhopper,
Danielle Cage, Barry
Cantor, Captain America (Steve Rogers),
Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell),
(Al Gentle, Philip
LeGuin, Theodore Kroeber, Georgia Orr, Ursula
Clark, Cliffy, Lt.
Mrs. Cradshaw, Diane Cummings,
Cutlass, Cyclops, Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Deathurge,
for a Day" (Black Goliath, Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell), Captain
Ultra, Falcon, Hercules, Iron Fist (Daniel Rand) Jack of Hearts, Marvel
Man (Wendell Vaughn), Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers), Nova (Richard Rider),
Paladin, Polaris, Prowler (Hobie Brown),
of Satan, Stingray,
Torpedo (Jones), White Tiger (Hector Ayala)),
Dr. Hill, Doctor Voodoo, Dollar
Donahue, Linda Donaldson,
Eternity, Fantastic Four (Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Invisible
Girl/Invisible Woman, Mister Fantastic, Thing), Eddie
Fielder, Emma Frost, Nick Fury, Gaea,
Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze),
Amber Grant, Donald
T. Hackstabber, Nan
Ruth Hart, Hela, Iron Fist (Danny Rand), Edwin Jarvis,
Joanna, Jocasta, Asmodeus
Jones, Jessica Jones, Kris
Keating, Kees, Hannibal King, Misty Knight, Ko, Lambert,
Loss, Man-Thing, Manslayer,
Masters of the Mental Arts (Christopher
Objective Pamela), Millie the Model, Bill Montague,
Moondragon, Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers), Namorita, Night
"Tubs" Noles, Barbara
(Frankie Raye), Omega the Unknown,
and Malicia Parrington,
Payne, Pete, Presence,
Professor X, Monica Rambeau, Red Raven,
Raven (Dania), Ssangyong Rexton, Ricky,
Richard Rory, Rose
Milton Rosenblum, Dusty Ross,
Serina, She-Hulk, Avram
Siegel, Silas, Specs,
Spider-Man (Parker), Squadron Supreme (Dr. Spectrum (Joe Ledger),
Golden Archer, Hyperion (construct), Lady Lark, Wasp (Henry Pym),
Whizzer (Stanley Stewart)), Stargod/Man-Wolf,
Thunderbolts (Atlas (Josten), Charcoal, Hawkeye (Barton), Mach-III
(Jenkins), Moonstone (Sofen), Songbird), Typhoon,
Van Vliet, Vashti,
Wasp, West Coast Avengers (Hawkeye (Clint Barton), Iron
Man (Tony Stark), Mockingbird, Hank Pym, Tigra, Wonder Man),
Captain", Dian Wilkins, Hedy
Yellowjacket (Henry Pym), Zeus;
formerly Mephisto, Pluto, Harrison Turk, Valkyrie (Lorelei)
Enemies: A.I.M. (Advanced Idea Mechanics),
of Eternity (Sai Anand, Socrates Cavropolis, Ivan),
Dr. Bartley, Bastards of Evil, Behemoth
from Below, Bi-Beast,
of the Harvester of Eyes (Agent
(Batroc the Leaper, Beetle (Abner Jenkins), Blob, Boomerang, Electro
(android), Shocker (Herman Schultz), Toad, Whirlwind),
Donal (possessed by Yandroth), Dormammu,
(Salinger), Grandmaster, Graviton,
Gorilla-Man (Arthur Nagan),
Ruby Thursday), Helleyes,
Jones, KIA, Lorelei,
Miracle Man, Mephisto,
(David Kessler), Moe,
the Living Darkness,
Ollerus the Unmerciful,
the Cunning, Ragnarok (Thor clone), Ravagers
of Creation, Red
Everett K. Ross, Rulk, Salem's Seven (Brutacus, Gazelle, Hydron,
Reptilla, Thornn, Vakume, Vertigo), Satannish,
Scarlet Witch, Nicholas
Six-Fingered Hand (Avarrish,
of the Serpent, Thanos, Thog,
(including their agents the Elves
with a Gun),
formerly Gargoyle, Garth, Gorjoon, Hela, Lambert, Barbara Norriss, Presence, Red Guardian (Tania Belinsky), Squadron Supreme (Amphibian, Dr. Spectrum (Joe Ledger), Golden Archer, Hyperion (construct), Lady Lark, Tom Thumb, Whizzer (Stanley Stewart))
Known Relatives: Joshua Stanley (father, possibly deceased), Dorothy Nancy (mother, deceased), Mickey (brother), Bea (stepmother), various step-siblings, Robert “Buzz” Baxter (Mad Dog, ex-husband), Daimon Hellstrom (Son of Satan/Hellstorm, ex-husband), Marduk Kurios (Satan, former father-in-law), Satana Hellstrom (former sister-in-law), Grandpa Parker (first name unrevealed, deceased); Barry (step or half-brother), various other step or half-siblings (unnamed), Sophia McConnell (aunt)
Aliases: Cat-Girl (name given by Hulk), Double Clawed Cat Full of Red Hell Fire With Her Head Against the Wind and Comes Not Quietly From the Great Sea Road, High-Flying Hellcat, Happy-Go-Lucky Hellcat (other adjectives used to preface her name, but these are the most common)
Base of Operations: New York, USA;
formerly Centerville, California; Richmond Riding Academy in upstate New York; Montclair, New Jersey
First Appearance: Miss America I#2 (1944); (as Patsy Walker, first modern appearance) Fantastic Four Annual#3 (1964); (as Hellcat) Avengers I#144 (February, 1976)
Weight: 135 lbs.
Powers/Abilities: Hellcat possesses a “demon-sight” that allows her to see through mystical illusions, and enhanced senses allowing her to detect demonic influence and various forms of magic. Highly resistant to magical injury, Hellcat is also sensitive to other psychic auras. She can alter her clothes and costume at will through mental effort. Hellcat occasionally utilizes telepathic and telekinetic talents enabling her to move things with her mind, project force fields and blasts, and to maintain an empathic connection with her loved ones. Hellcat is an experienced and limber athlete and martial artist, and her strength, speed, and agility are honed to peak human levels. Hellcat's costume possesses retractable steel claws on all four appendages, and could formerly use a cable-claw which she utilized as a grappling hook. Hellcat formerly used a Shadow Cloak through which she could draw weapons from other dimensions and teleport vast distances, even to other dimensions. Hellcat initially thought her powers were a product of her Cat suit. While under the influence of Avarrish, Hellcat could fire occult bolts and blasts through her eyes that caused others to experience madness; other capabilities in this form remain unrevealed. Patsy was briefly split into five facets of her personality by a spell cast by Gargoyle; she was soon reintegrated.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#5) - Patsy Walker grew up in Centerville, California, the daughter of Dorothy and Joshua Walker, an aeronautical engineer.
(Defenders I#89/Marvel Comics: History of the Marvels (fb) - BTS) - Patsy’s mom pressured her to become a child model, wearing various fashions, including those designed by Millie the Model. Eventually Dorothy developed the idea to make Patsy a comic book star and began writing and publishing (Atlas Comics became her publisher) a line of comics that made Patsy world famous. The family housekeeper, Dolly Donahue, frequently took care of Patsy.
(Avengers Annual 2000 (fb) - BTS) - Dorothy signed up everyone in Centerville, giving her authorization to publish and produce comic books and other merchandise about them. Patsy and her best friend, Hedy Walker, became the most famous names, and the residents of Centerville became immortalized through games, dolls, comics, and even a TV series about her.
(Marvel Fanfare I#59 (fb) - BTS) - Patsy’s aunt, Sophia McConnell, acted as Patsy’s business manager.
(Defenders I#107 (fb) - BTS) - When Patsy was nine, her Grandpa Parker died, and Patsy refused to attend the funeral.
(Defenders I#109) - Patsy’s parents fought frequently and her dad soon left, abandoning the family. Patsy seldom heard from him again, not knowing where he was or what he was doing.
(Avengers I#144 (fb) - BTS) - Patsy and Hedy grew up surfing, studying, dancing, romancing, and constantly battling each other. Patsy fell for Robert “Buzz” Baxter, though she dreamed of New York’s heroes and had a huge crush on Mister Fantastic of the Fantastic Four. Buzz joined the military and got injured.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#5) - When Patsy’s comic book was cancelled, after over a decade of publication, she was relieved, having felt very strange about the fame she’d had.
(Avengers I#144 (fb) - BTS/Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#5) - Despite Dorothy’s disapproval, Patsy married Buzz. They scraped by their first few years of marriage, moving occasionally over the following seven years as Buzz worked at various Air Force positions. Patsy acted as the perfect housewife, but Buzz started getting angry and sometimes violent.
(Fantastic Four Annual#3/Marvels#2) - Patsy and Hedy attended the wedding of Mister Fantastic and the Invisible Girl, and marveled at all the celebrities there, including Millie the Model and Tony Stark.
(Amazing Adventures II#13) - Baxter was appointed by the Air Force to conduct a special investigation at the Brand Corporation and to take over security there. He and Patsy were told about a dangerous Beast who had been sighted around Brand recently. The two of them were introduced to Linda Donaldson, and moved to meet Hank McCoy, who wasn't in. Baxter considered breaking into McCoy's apartment, but Patsy convinced him not to.
(Amazing Adventures II#14) - During a security breach, Patsy hugged Buzz tightly for protection when the furred Beast jumped over them. In the middle of the crisis, Hank McCoy showed up, with Linda Donaldson, and Patsy stood up for him against Buzz's tirade. Buzz promptly told her to shut up.
(Amazing Adventures II#15) - Early in the morning, Patsy answered her door and was shocked to see the Beast collapse. Against her better judgment, she tended to him and watched as his fur bizarrely turned black. Beast talked in his delirium and she deciphered that he was Hank McCoy, revealing this knowledge when he awoke.
(Avengers I#144 (fb)) - Patsy made Beast promise to make her a super heroine.
(Amazing Adventures II#15) - They talked briefly, then Beast rushed off. Later, Buzz angrily confronted McCoy on his mysterious absences while McCoy's friend Warren Worthington stood nearby. Patsy lied in their behalf, confirming their false alibi.
(Avengers I#144 (fb) - BTS) - Patsy and Buzz soon divorced. She watched the papers closely, waiting for news of the Beast so he could keep his promise.
(Avengers I#139) - Patsy found a newspaper, which showed the Avengers with their newest member Beast.
(Avengers I#140) - Patsy showed up at Avengers Mansion looking for Beast. When Jarvis told her Beast was unavailable, Patsy sat on the front porch to wait for him.
(Avengers I#141) - When the Avengers (Beast, Captain America, Iron Man, Moondragon, Scarlet Witch, Thor, Vision) returned, Patsy demanded Beast's attention, threatening to reveal his secret identity unless he helped her become a super hero, but she quickly learned the Avengers already knew his secret identity. Captain America agreed to let Patsy accompany on a mission, and she went with the team (minus Moondragon and Thor) to Brand Corporation where they were attacked by the Squadron Supreme (Dr. Spectrum (Joe Ledger), Golden Archer, Hyperion (construct), Lady Lark, Whizzer (Stanley Stewart). Patsy tried to attack Lady Lark, but was knocked out by her scream.
(Avengers I#142) - Patsy and the Avengers were held in a cage and confronted by Hugh Jones and Buzz. Patsy yelled at him that he had changed, but he walked away indifferently.
(Avengers I#143) - The Avengers managed to escape, and Iron Man helped Patsy to the ground.
(Avengers I#144) - Patsy grew overwhelmed as the Avengers fought off a guided missile, then Captain America and Iron Man saved Patsy from a large fall using impressive agility and reflexes. They came across the Cat's uniform, a heroine Patsy had only read about, and Patsy agreed to wear the costume in a ploy, choosing to go by the name Hellcat. At the Avengers' side, Hellcat rushed to fight the Squadron Supreme, but Buzz sent them all back to the Squadron's homeworld, an alternate Earth.
(Avengers I#147) - The Avengers landed on the Squadron Supreme's Earth, and Hellcat and Beast were quickly defeated by Hyperion. Hellcat utilized Olympic level agility during the fight.
(Avengers I#148) - With the Avengers still fighting the Squadron, Hellcat evaded a charge from Amphibian but was hit by a blast of paste from Tom Thumb. Using her grappling claw, though, Hellcat and Beast were able to pull Thumb's hover-chair to the ground.
(Avengers I#149) - The Avengers returned to Earth and fought the Brand security officers, Hellcat continuing to delight in her new hero status, until Orka was released to knock them all unconscious. Baxter and Jones strapped the heroes into a until that would soon incinerate them, but Hellcat managed to escape, attacking Baxter when he taunted her. He freed the other Avengers when she threatened to scratch his eyes out.
(Avengers I#150) - Hellcat attended a meeting alongside the Avengers (Beast, Captain America, Iron Man, Moondragon, Scarlet Witch, Thor, Vision, Wasp, Yellowjacket) to determine the new Avengers line-up. Hellcat was eager to join the team officially.
(Avengers I#151) - Though initially eager to join the Avengers officially, Patsy chose to accompany Moondragon for official training, planning on coming back to join the team someday.
(Defenders I#44 (fb)) - Hellcat underwent extensive training with Moondragon on Titan, and just as she'd started learning to use her mental powers, Moondragon sensed the danger of the Star of Capistan and sent Hellcat back to Earth to warn the Avengers and Dr. Strange.
(Defenders I#44) - Hellcat entered Dr. Strange's mansion and met Valkyrie and Red Guardian there. She explained her cause, but they noted the people of New York were already being mesmerized by the Star. They rushed to find the Star, which had possessed Strange into becoming the Red Rajah. When they arrived, they found Hulk, Nighthawk, Power Man, and many citizens under Red Rajah's control.
(Defenders I#45) - Valkyrie, Red Guardian, and Hellcat fought a mountainous image of Dr. Strange that Red Rajah created, then fled, barely saving Red Guardian from being ensorcelled. The women discussed possible reasons why they may have been able to resist Rajah's teachings, Hellcat assuming that her mind powers protected her. Clea joined them and they returned to fight Rajah and his minions. Hellcat successfully avoided the Hulk's blows. Clea freed Strange, and the Defenders made amends, though Strange announced he was leaving the team.
(Defenders I#46) - Strange, Power Man, and Red Guardian left the team, and Hellcat joined. She rode with Valkyrie on Aragorn to Nighthawk's riding academy, which was to be the new Defenders headquarters, and they were shocked to see Scorpio there wielding the Zodiac Key. He snared Hellcat and threw her into Nighthawk. The teammates worked together to disarm Scorpio, but he turned into water and got the Key back, then departed.
(Defenders I#47) - Hellcat was dropped off by Valkyrie at Avengers Mansion, which felt like home to her, and saw Wonder Man there, who she assumed was a villain and attacked. He collapsed machinery on her then stopped it from crushing her, but the machine collapsed and knocked her unconscious. When Hellcat awoke, she saw Valkyrie and allies Jack Norriss and Moon Knight fighting Wonder Man, and stopped them. Nick Fury then sent a report to the Avengers that they were looking for Jack Norriss.
(Defenders I#48) - The heroes chose to release Jack to Fury, despite Jack's reservations. They departed, and Hellcat sympathized with Valkyrie's misgivings about Jack (who was married to Valkyrie's host body). They went back to the riding academy where Nighthawk received word that Scorpio was holding Jack for ransom, infuriating Valkyrie. Nighthawk was captured while Valkyrie and Hellcat slept.
(Defenders I#49) - Valkyrie and Hellcat received word from Clea that Moon Knight was waiting for them at Strange's mansion, hoping they could aid Nighthawk and Valkyrie. They met with Moon Knight, and worked to entice Hulk into joining them, having to make him angry to do so. They tried to flee in Moon Knight's helicopter, fighting off Hulk the whole and bringing him to Scorpio's base just as the robot Zodiac awoke.
(Defenders I#50) - Valkyrie, Hellcat, Moon Knight, Hulk, and the soon-freed Nighthawk got involved in a complicated melee with the Zodiac, who had varying responses and states of mind about Scorpio's plan, some of them meeting grisly fates that unhinged Scorpio's sanity further. In the end, the Zodiac was defeated and Scorpio committed suicide.
(Defenders I#51) - Hellcat saw a medic to recover from her injuries sustained during the Zodiac battle. At the academy, she had struggles with the coffee pot and was thrilled when Jack Norriss arrived. She flirted with him, and listened as he shared his frustrations over his relationship with Valkyrie.
(Defenders I#52) - Jack dropped Hellcat off at Nighthawk's office building and the two of them chatted before hearing about the Hulk and Sub-Mariner battling downtown. Hellcat found herself distracting the Hulk yet again. They learned that Sub-Mariner's kingdom was being harmed by radiation from Russia, and agreed to go and aid him in finding its source.
(Defenders I#53) - With Sub-Mariner, Hulk, and Nighthawk, Hellcat traveled to Atlantis where they met Vashti, had a feast, and planned how to aid Atlantis through the pending nuclear disaster. They boarded a ship toward Russia and, as they arrived, felt a nuclear explosion tear the ship apart around them.
(Defenders I#54) - Hellcat nearly drowned when she was pulled deeper under the water by the monstrous Behemoth from Below, but Sub-Mariner rescued her. Finally on land, the heroes were approached by the Presence and Red Guardian, crackling in radiation.
(Defenders I#55) - The heroes attacked and Hellcat dodged blasts from Red Guardian, though she tried reasoning with her, which eventually gave Red Guardian pause. Hulk battled the Behemoth from Below and Hellcat, using her mind powers to attach her claw-line to a nearby tree, narrowly avoided being squashed by the falling Behemoth, rescuing Red Guardian in the process. Presence obliterated the Behemoth, then departed after Red Guardian, in control of herself again, enticed him to. Hellcat and the others collapsed from radiation exposure.
(Defenders I#56) - Put into a decontamination tank, Hellcat came close to dying from radiation exposure until Hulk, as Bruce Banner, was able to rescue her. They were then released back to the states, despite complications with international border violations.
(Defenders I#57) - Nighthawk and Hellcat took time to relax, but when they returned to Nighthawk's penthouse, Ms. Marvel was there seeking the Defenders' aid. Nighthawk tracked a suspicious flying car back to the A.I.M. base and he, Ms. Marvel, and Hellcat fought against A.I.M., their creation the Warbot, and their agent, Arthur Shaman. They helped rescue Ms. Marvel's ally, Michael Barnett.
(Defenders I#59) - Hellcat played with a classic car at Nighthawk's academy, causing him discomfort. She then watched him train against the constructed Murder Machine. She aided him against it, but Hulk had to smash the machine to stop it. Nighthawk, Hellcat, and Hulk joined Valkyrie back at Strange's mansion to participate in a mission and met film student Dollar Bill.
(Defenders I#60) - The heroes prepared to depart for Mexico to track the Cult of the Harvester of Eyes, and Dollar Bill convinced the heroes to let him accompany them, promising to stay out of trouble. They flew to Mexico in Nighthawk's plane, though the Air Force, manipulated by the demon Baltazar, shot them down. Hellcat impetuously hitched a ride with Hulk and they fought a group of demons. Alongside Devil-Slayer, they battled the Agent of Fortune, and Hellcat appropriated his Shadow Cloak, which she discovered she could manipulate with her mind-powers. Hellcat found herself in a position to stop cult leader, Vera Gemini, and she wrapped Gemini in the cloak, teleporting her away.
(Defenders I#61) - Hellcat showed off her new Shadow Cloak, briefly accidentally pulling the Ort-Beast through it. The Defenders read of Lunatik's deadly rampage across Empire State University campus, and devised a plan, with the aid of Professor Harrison Turk and Dollar Bill, to trap the vigilante. Hellcat sped in Nighthawk's car on their way, taking advantage of her Avengers priority status since she didn't have a license. They built a statue of Spider-Man, who trapped Hellcat in his web to find out what was going on. When Lunatik attacked, the heroes fought him unsuccessfully as he escaped.
(Defenders I#62) - After the Defenders played Frisbee, Dollar Bill invited the heroes to view a TV special he'd put together about them, thrilling Hellcat. Bill invited any interested heroes to join the Defenders in the special. When over a dozen heroes showed up in response, Hellcat was thrilled and all the hunks and immediately started flirting with a few of them, causing Jack of Hearts and Captain Ultra to fight over her.
(Defenders I#63) - Iron Man delivered a letter to Hellcat and informed the team that several villains were terrorizing the city under the name Defenders, prompting the heroes to divide into three teams, Hellcat serving on Hercules' team with Black Goliath, Captain Ultra, Havok, Iron Fist, and White Tiger, and she drove the group to the city in her car. The team fought a strange grouping of villains (Batroc the Leaper, Beetle, Blob, Electro, Looter, Porcupine, Sagittarius, Whirlwind) until the police interceded and threatened to arrest the lot of them.
(Defenders I#64) - Hercules bailed the heroes out with his Avengers ID, leaving them to pursue the villains through Grand Central Station, even stopping, then pursuing a subway. They fought the villains again and Blob almost strangled Hellcat, causing her mental powers to lash out and knock out all the heroes and villains, destroying a piece of subway as well.
(Defenders I#65) - Hellcat opened the letter Iron Man had delivered and discovered an invitation from Millie the Model. Hellcat visited Millie the Model, who'd started her own agency, and the two caught up on old times, though Hellcat turned down a position with Millie, wanting to stick with life as a hero. Hellcat returned to the academy, finding Valkyrie missing.
(Defenders I#66) - Hellcat was plagued by nightmares of death and wondered where Valkyrie was.
(Defenders I#67) - While driving on a cliffside road, Hellcat crashed her car, killing her and Nighthawk. They were shocked when Valkyrie (secretly the maddened Barbara Norriss possessing Valkyrie's form) showed up to take them to Valhalla, where all the Asgardian heroic dead went to dwell. Alongside an army of humans, including the Hulk, Hellcat and Nighthawk were told by Ollerus the Unmerciful that Hela, Goddess of Death, had caused their deaths, and he vowed to lead them in battle against her.
(Defenders I#68) - Ollerus further convinced the Defenders to fight for him, giving them leadership of his army. After a time, the Defenders noticed two Valkyries in the sky and found themselves unsure of which one was the true one. After their Valkyrie boasted in an insane way, the Defenders realized she was Barbara Norriss and rushed to aid the real Valkyrie. They rallied with Hela's forces against the forces of Ollerus and, when the Hulk destroyed Ollerus's mountain, proved triumphant. Valkyrie agreed to return with them to Earth.
(Defenders I#69) - Hellcat and Nighthawk returned to life and checked out of the hospital.
(Defenders I#119 (fb)) - Hellcat bonded with Nighthawk and Valkyrie until Yandroth, in a woman's body, attacked them and gained mind control with a small brain implant. Soon, at Strange's mansion, the woman had control of Dr. Strange, Clea, Nighthawk, Valkyrie, Hellcat, Hulk, and Sub-Mariner, but the Defenders managed to break free and defeat Yandroth.
(Defenders I#69) - They were soon gathered by Dr. Strange to battle the menace of the Omegatron, who had possessed a veterinarian, who called himself Anything Man. He battled the Defenders successfully, even knocking out Hellcat, until Nighthawk convinced him to relinquish his powers.
(Defenders I#70) - The Defenders returned to the riding academy and Valkyrie invited Hellcat to attend a midnight mixer with her on E.S.U. campus. There they saw Dollar Bill, Prof. Turk, and Ledge, who claimed Turk was Lunatik. When Lunatik attacked, Hellcat pursued and defeated him. However, Nighthawk and Valkyrie soon returned with a defeated Lunatik each, and Turk claimed to be Lunatik as well.
(Defenders I#71) - The Defenders met with Dollar Bill, Turk, and Ledge, and the three captive Lunatiks and learned that the Lunatiks and Turk were each aspects of Arisen Tyrk, the deposed god of Other-Realm. The Defenders, with Clea, took the Tyrk aspects to Tunnelworld, where they battled the Nilffim riders. The Lunatiks escaped and kidnapped Hellcat, with Valkyrie in pursuit.
(Defenders I#72) - Valkyrie, with the aid of Dr. Strange and Hulk, rescued Hellcat, who learned that her mental powers had been sought by the Lunatik's leader, the Unnameable. They tracked the Unnameable, fighting a group of monsters on their way.
(Defenders I#73) - The heroes teamed up with Xhoohx, sorcerer supreme of Tunnelworld, and saw the Lunatiks recombined into Arisen Tyrk, who they fought and defeated before returning home.
(Defenders I#74) - Nighthawk announced he'd be leaving the team for a time, shocking Valkyrie and Hellcat. Hellcat soon stopped two kids from stealing a horse, with which they planned to scare Mrs. Cradshaw. While conferring with Clea and Hellcat, Valkyrie was interrupted by Dollar Bill and Ledge, who brought Foolkiller to the Defenders. Foolkiller soon attacked.
(Defenders I#75) - Foolkiller held Dollar Bill hostage while he explained his motivations, then turned his gun on Valkyrie before escaping. Hellcat fought against Foolkiller solo before running for it, realizing that the building was on fire. Valkyrie soon defeated Foolkiller, but the academy burned down. When reporter Fia Lundstrom tried interviewing Nighthawk, he announced that the Defenders were kaput and flew off. Richard Rory asked for aid from Valkyrie and Hellcat in finding Omega the Unknown.
(Defenders I#76) - Hellcat had Wasp take them in an Avengers Quinjet, along with Rory, Amber, and Ruth, and they heard about James-Michael Starling and Omega the Unknown. They went to pick up adolescents Dian and James-Michael and saw spaceships descending, leading them to battle armored aliens. Valkyrie and Wasp fought savagely while Hellcat called for help. Moondragon responded just before the aliens pulled back. The women and their allies burst into the house to find that James-Michael had switched places with the corpse of Omega.
(Defenders I#77) - Valkyrie, Hellcat, Wasp, and Moondragon tracked Starling to Las Vegas and found Ruby Thursday with her ally Dibbuk, and they fought until Wasp blew a hole in Ruby's computer head, leading Dibbuk to teleport her away. They found Starling, now powered, holding off the aliens, and he turned his powers on the women until he realized his friends were in danger. Moondragon helped him learn the truths of Omega's origins, after which she departed, taking away Hellcat's mental powers as well.
(Defenders I#78) - Hellcat, Valkyrie, and Wasp took Amber, Ruth, and Dian aboard a spare Quinjet, picked up by Yellowjacket, who quickly took them to Colorado to respond to a distress call on a military base. They battled the Mutant Force and the women warriors of the Mandrill. Most of the Force escaped, having captured Yellowjacket. Hellcat, Wasp, and Valkyrie were soon led into a trap.
(Defenders I#79) - The women fought the female warriors and the newly attacking Mutant Force. Hellcat was vanquished when Lifter sent her scurrying up a lamp post that Shocker zapped, then she was restrained by Slither. After being briefly held in restraints, Valkyrie burst free prepared to attack except the Mandrill entered and held all the women under his power, forcing them to admit they loved him, though Wasp escaped. He then put them on his army and had them attack the military base.
(Defenders I#80) - The females savagely fought the military, which had the Wasp on their team. Nighthawk soon attacked them and was able to free Valkyrie and Hellcat's minds by tossing them into an electrical field. Mandrill fled, and the heroes rescued Yellowjacket.
(Defenders I#81) - Valkyrie and Hellcat returned to Nighthawk's apartment with him, and Hellcat offered to help Valkyrie acclimate to life on Earth. Nighthawk was then arrested, shocking the heroines.
(Defenders I#83) - Hellcat and Valkyrie went shopping, becoming fast friends. They stopped men from robbing a bank, Hellcat realizing that her acrobatic powers were present even without her costume.
(Defenders I#84) - Valkyrie and Hellcat united with Clea, and they decided to form their own Defenders, inviting Dr. Strange to join them.
(Defenders I#85) - The women tracked a lead on the Mandrill, and loosely connected him to the Wakandan government. Hellcat traveled to the Wakandan consulate and was accosted by a suspicious government agent. She jumped away and accidentally burst through the consulate window, meeting Black Panther, who agreed to accompany her back to Strange's mansion. While they reviewed plans, Sub-Mariner and the Hulk arrived, though Sub-Mariner quickly left after he and Black Panther almost came to blows. The team traveled to Frenchtown, New Jersey, and fought the Mandrill's women warriors. Black Panther and Hellcat became trapped on a rigged plane, and escaped in just the nick of time, due to aid from Dr. Strange. Black Panther stated he was in Hellcat's debt. Mandrill recognized the Defenders as formidable foes.
(Defenders I#86) - Hellcat and Black Panther went undercover, searching for leads to smuggled Wakandan technology. They approached Nighthawk, who was with his lawyer Milton Rosenblum, and asked for Richmond Enterprises' aid in tracking some silencing equipment. They honed in on a particular item, the Arranger, which could silence all sound, tracking it all over the city and stopping to rescue tenants from a burning building. They finally found it in a riotous mob, including Valkyrie and Hulk, and over-loaded the Arranger, destroying it.
(Defenders I#87 (fb)) - Valkyrie and Hellcat, who were currently living in Nighthawk's penthouse, returned to the burned down riding academy. They noticed they were being watched and pursued a fleeing limousine; when they tried to stop it, they were knocked out by agents of the Tribunal. They returned home, then moved to find Hulk, who was in trouble with the authorities. They found him at Giants' Stadium and rescued him from an attack by the Mutant Force and the Air Force.
(Defenders I#88) - While their air-car was being fixed, Hellcat flirted with Nighthawk's employee, Grimsby. When Hellcat and Valkyrie tracked Hulk, they found him aboard the ship of the "Whaling Captain" and Vassily, who Valkyrie was suspicious of. Hulk sank the ship, also destroying the air-car. The heroes fought a giant squid and won.
(Defenders I#89) - Hellcat bid hello to Nighthawk's doorman, Barton Beekman as they entered, finding that the government was freezing all of Nighthawk's assets. A call came in and Hellcat learned that her mother had passed on. She was struck with guilt over not having seen her mother at all. Milton Rosenblum made all of the necessary funeral arrangements. She requested Clea change Valkyrie's costume back, so she could have a true Valkyrie at her mother's funeral. At the funeral, Hellcat bid her mother goodbye, expressing recriminations and stating that she was trying to forgive her mother. She met her mother's housekeeper, Dolly Donahue, who invited them to Dorothy's home in Montclair, New Jersey, a home Patsy had inherited. She reminisced about her childhood, ate beans with her friends, and went to bed.
(Defenders I#90) - After grabbing a bite to eat, Hellcat snuck into Kyle's place to retrieve her Shadow Cloak (mysteriously restored), and found a hole in the wall before being attacked by Mandrill's Fem-Force. She telekinetically used her Shadow Cloak to battle them, then drew forth a knife, but when she threw it, it pierced a canister of Mandrill's pheromone, and she was put under his control and knocked out. Later, at Nighthawk's trial, Hellcat and Fem-Force burst in the room under the control of the Mandrill and Valkyrie and Judge Clark were put under his control. Hellcat fought Nighthawk until he released her with an electric shock, but Valkyrie fled with Mandrill.
(Defenders I#91) - Hulk tucked Hellcat under his arm and leaped free from the Mandrill's thralls. Nighthawk equipped Hellcat with a bracelet that would send periodic electric shocks to her system that would keep her free from Mandrill's control. At Arrowshaft Nuclear Plant, Hellcat fought to stop Fem-Force from accessing the control rooms, and she successfully shocked many back to their senses and knocked others out. Valkyrie soon attacked, and Hellcat drew forth a sword from her cloak. Valkyrie was the superior swordsman, though her enchantment against attacking women allowed Hellcat the upper hand. Valkyrie finally gained control, and the two friends hugged. Mandrill was defeated.
(Defenders I#92) - Hellcat and Son of Satan were teamed up and sent to India to find Sai Anand, one of the missing aspects of Eternity. They fought a psychokinetic construct of the simian Hanuman, and defeated it. They were soon caught up in a cosmic fight with other Defenders and the other two aspects of Eternity, Sai Anand and Socrates Cavropolis. The Defenders were defeated, and Nighthawk convinced the aspects to return to Eternity in order to experience humanity to its fullest. Hellcat and Son of Satan developed a quick friendship; though he initially frightened her, he was soon confiding in her.
(Savage She-Hulk#13) - Hellcat tried to get Valkyrie to join her at a disco before being kidnapped through her Shadow Cloak to the dimension of Other-Realm, a microscopic world. She briefly traded blows with her kidnappers, Gorjoon, Garth, and Lambert, before being knocked out, and they used her cloak to go to Earth, where they tried to apprehend She-Hulk. After failing, Lambert returned and freed Hellcat, explaining they were trying to save Other-Realm.
(Savage She-Hulk#14) - Lambert explained to Hellcat that She-Hulk was needed to save Other-Realm, and he awakened her psychic powers, allowing Hellcat to transport herself to her Shadow Cloak on Earth. After some effort, she found She-Hulk, breaking up her fight with Gorjoon and Garth and sending She-Hulk to Other-Realm. She-Hulk's ally Zapper Ridge convinced Hellcat to aid She-Hulk, so Hellcat returned to Lambert and learned that Other-Realm was inside She-Hulk's bloodstream. Realizing the threat to Other-Realm, Hellcat broke up a fight between She-Hulk and Man-Wolf, then telepathically conferred with Lambert to learn how to stop the world's destruction. She transported She-Hulk to another world and watched as a universal cataclysm threatened to destroy them. She-Hulk and Man-Wolf were able to avert the cataclysm, however, and Hellcat returned to Earth.
(Defenders I#93) - After the Defenders returned back, Hellcat went off on her own to mourn. She cried for a long period of time at her home in Montclair, and was shocked when she was attacked by a shadow.
(Defenders I#94 (fb)) - Gargoyle stormed the house and kidnapped Hellcat, blowing up the house behind him.
(Defenders I#94) - Gargoyle took Hellcat to Christiansboro, Virginia, and he and a cult included her in a ceremony to the demon Avarrish. Avarrish possessed Hellcat and altered her form and she quickly attacked her former allies, Strange, Valkyrie, and Son of Satan, who'd sought her out and battled Avarrish's demons outside. She fired occult blasts at Son of Satan, and defeated Strange with a strange shadow spell from her eyes that gave him mad visions. She then leaped on Valkyrie, who refused to fight, and began choking her until her human side won out and Avarrish fled from her form. Son of Satan comforted Patsy, but she was shocked, having learned that her mother had promised her soul to the Six-Fingered Hand, a grouping of demons of which Avarrish was a part. Gargoyle allied with the Defenders.
(Defenders I#95) - The Defenders returned to Strange's mansion, and Hellcat received a call stating that Dolly would likely not live; furious, Hellcat attacked Gargoyle and walked away. She and Daimon went to her mother's grave where they learned that Dorothy had been willing to trade Patsy's life for extending her own, and that if Avarrish had been successful, Dorothy would have lived again. The Defenders were attacked by Dracula, who was possessed by Puishannt of the Six-Fingered Hand, then they teamed with him to stop Puishannt, and they successfully defeated the demon's cult in Transylvania; during the battle, Gargoyle rescued Hellcat once.
(Defenders I#96) - Hellcat, Daimon, and Gargoyle visited Dolly in the hospital, and Hellcat found herself losing her temper with both her teammates before calming herself. Daimon used his powers to heal Dolly, ensuring she would slowly recover. The Defenders, sans Nighthawk, soon left for Detroit, where they allied with Ghost Rider (who they had to battle briefly) to drive the demon Fashima out of singer, Asmodeus Jones, and witnessed the demise of his manager, Felix Palmer. Hellcat shocked her teammates when she found herself hysterically laughing at the battle's conclusion.
(Defenders I#97) - Dr. Strange helped Hellcat cast out the last vestiches of Avarrish's influence from her mind. Joined by Nighthawk and Devil-Slayer, the Defenders traveled to the Middle East to track down the Hand. Devil-Slayer's wife, Cory Payne, had joined a group worshipping supposed Messiah, David Kessler. Kessler healed Nighthawk, then launched an attack of demons posing as angels on the Defenders, who fought them, then drove the demon Hyppokri from Kessler's form.
(Defenders I#98) - Nighthawk quit the Defenders, who soon responded to a call for help from the Avengers (Beast, Captain America, Iron Man, Wonder Man), who let them know that Citrusville, Florida had disappeared. Hellcat surprised her teammates by acting seductive, scratching Daimon's cheek, then laughing before turning to tears. The group was attacked by the demon Unnthinnk possessing the body of Man-Thing, but Hellcat held off on the side, responding to a call inside herself.
(Defenders I#99) - With Devil-Slayer's Shadow Cloak, Hellcat teleported to Nighthawk's resting place and teleported him away to Satan (Kurios). He and other Hell-lords, Mephisto, Thog, and Satannish were behind the Hand, and they manifested their hellish powers on Earth, transforming it into a world of night. An expanded roster of Defenders soon joined them (Clea, Devil-Slayer, Dr. Strange, Hulk, Silver Surfer, Sub-Mariner, Valkyrie).
(Defenders I#100) - The Defenders reeled with the seeming revelation that Hellcat was Satan's daughter (later proven to be false). Hellcat accosted Valkyrie and Hellcat, embracing her new ‘heritage.' The Defenders agreed to participate in three contests to attempt to attempt to wrest control of Earth from the entities. While they did so, Hellcat joined Satan in ridiculing Daimon. The Defenders soon stood united against Satan, who had Hellcat attack Hellstrom savagely, though Hellstrom, with help from the Defenders, defeated him. Hellcat was restored to normal, though left with doubts about her true parentage, and Daimon went back to hell with Satan.
(Defenders I#101) - Highly frustrated, Hellcat lashed out at Hulk, driving him away, and she watched as other Defenders departed. She decided to visit Dolly, taking Valkyrie and Gargoyle with her, but returned Devil-Slayer's cloak first. On the shuttle ride over to the hospital, Hellcat confessed to Valkyrie how badly she needed her friendship right now. At the hospital, Dolly was much improved, and Hellcat was comforted by a young cancer patient named Serina. Later, the group welcomed Devil-Slayer to the team.
(Marvel Graphic Novel: Death of Captain Marvel) - Alongside dozens of heroes, Hellcat traveled to Titan for the passing of Captain Marvel.
(Defenders I#103) - Hellcat and Valkyrie visited the wreckage of the Walker home and found Hellcat's Shadow Cloak there, from which young Cliffy burst forth. Hellcat folded up the cloak on itself and it disappeared. Hellcat joined Valkyrie, Clea, Devil-Slayer, and Gargoyle in investigating Gargoyle's hometown, Christiansboro, Virginia. She was beset by doubts about her heritage and met a demonic man before joining the team against Null the Living Darkness, who was defeated by Gargoyle.
(Defenders I#104) - Attending a party with Valkyrie, Matt Murdock, Gargoyle, Rosenblum, Luann Bloom, and Nighthawk, to celebrate Nighthawk's legal resolutions, Hellcat and the others were quickly attacked by some of August Masters' men, including Hanson, who gassed the heroes and took them captive.
(Captain America I#268) - Hellcat, Nighthawk, Valkyrie, and Gargoyle were awakened by the Psychics/Chorus in Mt. Charteris and fought against August Masters' soldiers, soon joining with Captain America and trying to escape. When Masters threatened innocents, however, the heroes surrendered and were recaptured.
(Defenders I#106) - Dr. Strange, Son of Satan, and Beast rescued the heroes, who then fled only to see the base explode with Nighthawk still inside.
(Defenders I#107) - Still in shock over Nighthawk's death, the heroes reeled when a stray shot killed Valkyrie as well. Hellcat, bitter and in mourning, lashed out at her teammates and refused to attend their memorial service. While writing in her diary, remembering her Grandpa Parker's death, an apparition of Valkyrie appeared before Hellcat, frightening her and causing her to question her sanity. Soon, the Defenders (joined by Spider-Man, Hulk, Sub-Mariner, and Vera Cantor) held a sťance and learned that Valkyrie's soul was in limbo and her true form needed to be freed from the Asgardian Niffleheim (land of unworthy dead) in order for her to live again. Enchantress then attacked, trapping Valkyrie's soul in Dragonfang, Valkyrie's sword.
(Defenders I#108) - Enchantress enticed the Defenders to retrieve the Rose of Purity for her in order to receive Valkyrie's true form back, but Valkyrie realized that doing so would set Barbara Norriss' soul adrift. Hellcat, with Dragonfang, traveled with Hulk, Sub-Mariner, and Son of Satan to the Rose's planet and contemplating destroying the peace and prosperity there, but Hellcat was unable to do so.
(Defenders I#109) - Hellcat was soon reunited with the other Defenders, and discovered that Valkyrie had been restored to her godly form, but Valkyrie departed, putting Hellcat off with her newly abrasive nature. Hellcat returned to Earth and broke down crying in front of Dolly, who convinced Hellcat to put her mind at rest by searching out her father, Joshua Walker. Hellcat left that very night.
(Defenders I#111) - Hellcat tracked down an Eddie Fielder, who'd known her dad years before. She continued looking, wondering if all she was experiencing was a plot by the devil, and soon met Nicholas Eblis. That night, she donned her costume and was beset by Eblis, who turned out to be Satan, and his demons. She rejected her violent nature, and Satan ‘rewarded' her with the knowledge of seeming mystic secrets. Hellcat realized her mind-powers had never left her, and rushed back to Fielder's place, where her father sat. They reunited joyfully and she learned all about him and his new family in Greentown, Ohio.
(Defenders I#116) - Hellcat returned to the Defenders and was delighted to see Dolly and Daimon. She and Daimon went out and she told him all about her dad and the book she planned to write. Daimon grew frustrated, and pulled them to a roof where they discussed their complex relationship. When Hellcat stated she was unsure if she loved him back, Daimon departed in a fury. The smaller team later bonded together.
(Defenders I#117) - After bidding their final farewells to Nighthawk, Hellcat reluctantly accompanied Valkyrie on a ride through the city. She watched as Valkyrie stopped some bank robbers, then fled from her friend. Valkyrie pursued her and Hellcat confessed that she felt this new Valkyrie was a stranger. Valkyrie flew Hellcat to Maine and explained to her that she was a complete soul now, and the two friends embraced. They later welcomed Over-Mind to the team.
(Incredible Hulk II#277) - Patsy, Daimon, Gargoyle, and Beast watched Hulk's capture on television. Dr. Strange's efforts to help were unsuccessful.
(Incredible Hulk II#278) - In Washington Hellcat was present along with dozens of heroes when the Hulk was granted complete amnesty in front of the White House.
(Incredible Hulk II#279) - Hellcat joined dozens of heroes when the city of New York honored the Hulk.
(Contest of Champions I#1-3) - Hellcat was summoned alongside dozens of heroes to view the Contest of Champions between Death and the Grandpaster.
(Defenders I#118) - Hellcat began working on her book, began having desires for a more typical life, and began feeling impressions, psychically, that Daimon may be in trouble. She confided in Gargoyle.
(Marvel Comics Presents II#4/2 (fb) - BTS/Marvel Comics Presents II#1/2 (fb) - BTS) - Seeking help in turning her diary into an entertaining adventure, Patsy let Gargoyle cast a spell on the diary that would allow her "dreams to come true." Patsy's attention soon got divided, however, and she forgot all about the diary.
(Defenders I#120) - Still becoming familiar with her new psychic powers, Hellcat discovered that she'd developed an empathic connection with those that she cared most about. She had recurring dreams of Daimon being in danger, though she struggled to convince her teammates, even while performing an acrobatic show at the local YMCA with Beast. She finally, with Over-Mind's help, tracked Daimon to Massachusetts, and the team left to investigate.
(Defenders I#121) - The reality-altering Miracle Man caused the Defenders' ship to crash, then the heroes battled an ice giant. Valkyrie briefly argued with Beast over who should be the leader of the team. Miracle Man taunted the heroes with claims of being able to give humanity paradise. Miracle Man stood revealed as wanting power for himself, however, and the heroes fought him. Hellcat realized that she loved Daimon and she and Over-Mind joined forces to defeat him. At battles' end, Daimon's Dark-Soul (his evil heritage) was gone from his body.
(Defenders I#122) - The Defenders returned Miracle Man to the monastery, then Patsy and Daimon had a talk about their relationship. Patsy confessed that she loved Daimon and, though he initially walked away from her, he admitted he loved her, too, able to do so with his Darksoul gone now. They later announced to the team and Dolly that they planned to leave the Defenders and be married. Patsy planned to keep working on her book after the wedding. Dolly was initially upset with Patsy, questioning her decision, but after they talked Dolly felt better. Valkyrie was also upset but stormed away, leaving Patsy and Daimon to interact with the team on their own. As Patsy and Daimon rode away, on their way to Patsy's father, Valkyrie returned to wave goodbye.
((New) Defenders I#125) - In Greenstown, Patsy prepared for her wedding and greeted her guests (including Dolly Donahue, Joshua and Bea, Bea's son Barry, members of the Defenders, and other friends and neighbors) in her gown. The wedding guests were shocked when Mad Dog and the Mutant Force (Burner, Lifter, Shocker, Slither) attacked, and Patsy realized Mad Dog was her ex-husband, Buzz Baxter. Mad Dog knocked Daimon aside and threatened Patsy while the Defenders defeated Mutant Force. Daimon knocked Mad Dog out, then comforted Patsy and they proceeded with the wedding.
(Marvel Fanfare I#20) - Dr. Strange sought out the help of the Defenders in trying to aid the Hulk.
(West Coast Avengers II#14 (fb) - BTS) - Daimon and Patsy settled in San Francisco and became occult investigators, establishing a reputation for themselves.
(West Coast Avengers II#14) - The West Coast Avengers (Hawkeye (Clint Barton), Iron Man (Tony Stark), Mockingbird, Wonder Man) came to Patsy and Daimon for help against the demon Allatou, who'd kidnapped Tigra and Henry Pym. They donned costumes (Daimon in a new one) and traveled to a Hell to fight Allatou and Master Pandemonium. Hellcat felt pressure to perform well with Tigra watching as she directly attacked Pandemonium. Their teammates rescued, they took a ship down a river through Hell with Pandemonium, stuck on the river until they came to land.
(West Coast Avengers II#15) - On the ship ride, Hellcat grew defensive when Tigra berated her for being a copycat heroine. After the group heard Pandemonium's origin, they landed in the dimension of the Cat-People, and Hellcat took off her mask to avoid confusion. Hellcat, realizing her suit had been created by one of the Cat-People, watched as the cats questioned Tigra and tried to force her to kill Pandemonium. Patsy surrendered her costume to Tigra, yet still joined the fight against the Cat-People, clad only in her underwear. Tigra soon regained her true powers, though the Cat suit was shredded.
(West Coast Avengers II#16) - Donning another costume, Hellcat joined Daimon, Pym, and Tigra on a sailboat in the San Francisco Harbor. Hellcat used her claws to pull Tiger Shark out of the water, then she and Tigra sliced his suit, which drained water and defeated him.
(Marvel Comics Presents I#53/3 (fb) ) - The heroes brought the tied up Tiger Shark to the next pier where Hellcat and Tigra carried him off their boat.
(West Coast Avengers II#16) - Tiger Shark was taken away by the police. After a siesta back at the Hellstrom home, the quartet joined forces to defeat Whirlwind downtown, a battle during which Hellcat had to rescue a plummeting Pym.
(Hellstorm I#3 (fb)) - Patsy was relieved when Daimon burned his new costume and showed her that his control over hellfire was diminishing. They settled into Daimon's home in Fire Lake, Massachusetts, and welcomed Gargoyle to come and live with them.
(Solo Avengers#9/2) - After writing a life history called the “Hellcat Chronicles”, Patsy appeared on the Bill Montague show, answering questions about her life, though reluctantly. Montague began aggravating Patsy with ridiculous questions, causing her to lose her temper, just before Mad Dog attacked and kidnapped Patsy, knocking her out with a poisoned bite and changing her into her costume. In an old warehouse, he ranted at her while striking her several times, and she attacked back, claiming she never loved him. Mad Dog was soon knocked out and arrested.
(Avengers I#305) - Alongside dozens of heroes, Hellcat responded to Captain America's request to have all existing Avengers available for missions, but Tigra treated Hellcat with contempt and the two nearly came to blows.
(Marvel Comics Presents I#36/3) - Hellcat broke up a mugging that led to a policewoman getting shot. When the police investigated, she fled, tracking the killers to a drug racket run by Dr. Bartley, who was kidnapping the homeless and controlling them through experimental drugs. She surrendered when he threatened the victims, but managed to set the building on fire and free the homeless. The villains, including Moe, surrendered, and Hellcat was cleared by the police.
(Avengers Annual#19/3) - Captain America gathered Avengers reserve members including Hellcat at the tip of Manhattan to watch over the salvage operation of Avengers Island.
(Avengers Spotlight#27/2) - While attending to sunken Avengers Island headquarters Hellcat, Stingray, Black Widow (Natasha Romanova), Firebird, Captain Marvel (Monica Rambeau) and Moondragon fought the Awesome Android, soon defeating it. During the fight, Hellcat grew angry with Moondragon for trying to boss Hellcat around.
(Avengers I#313) - Hellcat, with black hair, responded to an emergency call from the Avengers alongside Black Widow (Natasha Romanova), Captain America, Thor, Vision, and Wonder Man and fought Mandarin and Wizard on the grounds of Avengers Mansion.
(Marvel Super-Heroes III#1/3 (fb) - BTS) - Hellcat investigated a cult of devil worshippers, working with the police to track them. When they found the cult, they'd all been murdered when the demon they'd summoned possessed the form of their virgin sacrifice, Hilary Garret. Hellcat teamed up with Lt. Collins to find the demon.
(Marvel Super-Heroes III#1/3) - Hellcat leapt away from Collins to attack a released demon, soon defeating it by ripping out its heart. She saw Garrett nearby, but a cop stopped Hellcat from reaching her. Garrett used another demon to kill the cop, and Hellcat tied up the demon. Finally the true demon, Zreate'th, took over Garrett's form, and Hellcat attacked, trying to awaken Garrett's consciousness. When she thought of killing the demon, Collins fired his gun to stop her, and she barely managed to stop Zreate'th from killing Collins. Garrett took over her form again and committed suicide to stop Zreate'th from controlling her again. Hellcat cradled Garrett's body in tears.
(Marvel Fanfare I#59) - Patsy and Daimon visited Centerville, where the townspeople and even Patsy's family were angry with her for marrying Daimon, who they considered below her. Patsy and Daimon met Patsy's Aunt Sophia and went to dinner, where they were asked to leave after they fought with two bigoted patrons. After confronting her Aunt Sophia, though, Patsy began to be more accepted by the town and her aunt. Centerville appointed Hellcat their official hero. While there, Patsy ran into Nan and Hedy.
((New) Defenders I#148) - Patsy and Daimon grew agitated with cabdriver Rufus T. Hackstabber as they traveled to the home of a Mr. Van Vliet, who sought to hire them as occult investigators. When they entered the home, they were surprised to see Beast and Gargoyle inside, and Van Vliet entreated them to find the mystical artifact, the Lesser Grey God. Detective Henry Crun soon burst in, followed by investigators Cutlass and Typhoon, and the heroes worked together to stop a thrown hand grenade from exploding. Cutlass and Typhoon revealed they'd been hired by Minerva Banister to find the Kickshaw Consignment. After agreeing to investigate the Lesser Grey God, which Daimon determined to have connections to the Six-Fingered Hand, they heroes found that Van Vliet had been murdered. The heroes, with Cutlass and Typhoon, rushed off to fight some armed men, then to Minerva Banister's residence, where Hannibal King joined them and revealed she'd been a vampire previously and was behind the attacks. After defeating the goons, the heroes departed.
(Hellstorm I#3 (fb)) - Daimon fell ill weeks later, and Doctor Strange revealed it was because of Daimon's separation from his Darksoul. In desperation at seeing Daimon die, Patsy used an occult book, the Grimorium Verum, to summon Daimon's father, and convinced the devil to give Daimon his Darksoul back. However, when Patsy looked on Daimon's true form, she was driven mad.
(Hellstorm I#2) - Daimon visited Patsy, who lay dressed, bald, and drooling, in her room.
(Hellstorm I#3) - Daimon stayed by Patsy's side and recounted their background together.
(Hellstorm I#7) - Patsy awoke screaming, and Gargoyle rushed to comfort her.
(Hellstorm I#9) - Patsy ran through the house in a mad rant before collapsing, interrupting a game of chess between Gargoyle and Avram Siegel.
(Hellstorm I#12) - Patsy lay in her bed, drooling on herself.
(Hellstorm I#13) - Daimon visited Patsy while she ranted in her bed, beginning to use other's names. Daimon ordered Gargoyle to copy down her rantings.
(Hellstorm I#14) - Patsy sat up, more coherent than she'd been in months, and realized she was mad. After hours of crying from guilt and remorse, she was visited by Deathurge, and he helped her commit suicide by drawing her life force from her.
(Hellstorm I#15 (fb) - BTS) - Gargoyle found Patsy and called a doctor, who determined she was deceased. Patsy's family quietly took her body to arrange for burial.
(Hellstorm I#15 - BTS) - Occult student Stephen Loss picked up a radio broadcast of Patsy's voice calling to Daimon from Hell.
(Hellstorm I#16 - BTS) - Loss delivered the message, in which Patsy stated that she could come back to life but wouldn't while Daimon was still alive, to Daimon.
(Hellcat#1 (fb) - BTS) - In Mephisto's Arena of Tainted Souls, Hellcat's mind was honed to total awareness in her state of constant battle. She and Mockingbird fought side-by-side against thousands of tortured souls.
(Avengers III#10) - Grim Reaper, seeking revenge on the Avengers (Captain America, Firestar, Giant-Man (Hank Pym), Justice (Vance Astrovik), Iron Man, Thor, Vision, Wasp) created bodies for seven dead Avengers (Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell), Doctor Druid, Hellcat, Mockingbird, Swordsman (Jacques Duquesne), Thunderstrike, Wonder Man) and placed their souls in the forms, influencing the dead Avengers to want revenge on the live ones. The dead Avengers defeated the live ones during the Avengers Day parade, Hellcat defeating Firestar.
(Avengers III#11) - After tying up Jarvis and decimating the insides of Avengers Mansion, the dead Avengers captured Scarlet Witch when she returned. Scarlet Witch used her chaos powers to restore the human wills of the dead Avengers, though, and they joined forces against Grim Reaper and his monsters, freeing the other Avengers, but the souls returned to the afterlife when Grim Reaper's control was further weakened.
(Thunderbolts Annual 2000 (fb) - BTS) - Mockingbird, as her soul vanished, tried warning Hawkeye that Mephisto was planning to use Hellcat's soul in a plot against Daimon, who was now a lord of Hell.
(Thunderbolts Annual 2000) - The Thunderbolts (Atlas, Charcoal, Hawkeye, MACH-III, Moonstone, Songbird) stormed into Mephisto's Hell to rescue Mockingbird's soul, but ended up bringing Hellcat back instead.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Hardcover#5: Hellcat) - Patsy divorced Daimon to get a fresh start.
(Avengers Annual 2000 (fb) - BTS) - With the aid of the Maria Stark Foundation, Patsy put her legal affairs back in order and then wrote a new autobiography, calling it Gidget Goes to Hell.
(Avengers Annual 2000) - Patsy interviewed with Mac Sanders and Diane Cummings on the TV show, It's Amazing, about the new book. She discussed her past, then was shocked to be reunited with Hedy Wolfe, who planned to take Patsy back to see Centerville, which had been restored as an amusement park. She showed Patsy around and reintroduced her to many of their childhood friends, including Tom “Tubs” Hale, Nan Hale, Mickey Walker (Patsy's brother), Mr. Wolfe (Hedy's father), Rod, and Miss Bliss. Patsy then met the new Mayor Nicholas and Russell Daboia, Hedy's resort management executive. After seeing that her house was the same it had always been, she walked and saw Specs and Susan, plus Donald and Mary Meeke Grant. Feeling overwhelmed by all the people, she realized she had a new demon sight power and noticed that all the townspeople were really demons. Then suddenly finding herself in costume, she made a break for it and hid on the roof, realizing the whole town was seething with demonic energy. She tried unsuccessfully to obtain the Avengers help through her communicard, but Moondragon contacted her telepathically and gathered Captain America, Iron Man, Scarlet Witch, Hawkeye, and Songbird to Centerville to aid Hellcat. Though the demon's briefly brainwashed Patsy and Hedy, the Avengers pulled them away and restored their true minds. Using her demon sight, Patsy led her allies to where the Sons of the Serpent, led by Daboia, and Salem's Seven (Brutacus, Gazelle, Hydron, Reptilla, Thornn, Vakume, Vertigo) were conducting a mystic ceremony. Hellcat defeated Brutacus on her own, and her allies fought valiantly against the others but all were soon ensnared by smoky snakes Daboia, now a snake being, had generated. Hedy saved the day, though, when she toppled Daboia's mystic brazier. Patsy chose to remain in Centerville, planning to watch for danger and enroll in classes at Centerville University.
(Hellcat#1) - After interviewing with Barry Candalario on AM Amarillo about her book, Patsy returned to Centerville and met with Hedy and Mayor Nicholas. Inside, Patsy confided in Hedy about how hard things were for Patsy just then. Patsy told Hedy that Nicholas was a dark magician, having sensed it with her powers, and both women were shocked when demons attacked the house. Hellcat summoned a new costume with her mind and commented that her mind and body were both completely in tune and honed to total awareness now. Hellcat defeated the demons, then rushed off to face Nicholas, who turned out to be Nicholas Scratch in the service of Dormammu. Hedy watched her go into Scratch's room, where Hellcat disrupted Scratch's spell, but the heroine was taken to Dormammu's realm.
(Hellcat#2) - Hellcat heard Dormammu's plans to take over Earth's nether-worlds and made a run for it, coming across a captive Umar. They talked over origins and motivations for a time, Hellcat asserting repeatedly that she was only a normal human woman. Hellcat watched as the Earth demons gathered to fight Dormammu, fighting off a few of the demons herself. When Hell-Lord Satannish was revealed to be allied to Dormammu, Hellcat intuited that Daimon was also Dormammu's son, indirectly, and this gave her courage to fight. She took a gem that would help her set Dormammu's captive, Mephisto, free.
(Hellcat#3) - Mephisto told Hellcat that he didn't owe her anything, but agreed to accept her aid in taking down Dormammu. She used her demon-sight to lead Mephisto to Daimon's realm, and left them to talk while she convinced Pluto and Hela, in their various realms of Hell, to aid Mephisto in his fight. She then returned to the Arena of Tainted Souls and tried, unsuccessfully, to get Mockingbird to leave Hell with her. Back with the other Hell-Lords, Hellcat gave them the idea to limit Dormammu's powers by using their control over their various hells to make it appear wintry instead of fiery. The Hell-Lords agreed and did so, and Dormammu fled. She then revealed her beliefs about Daimon's true origins, and Daimon seemed to agree, trying briefly to slay her. Mephisto sent Hellcat back to Earth, where she was greeted by her friends Beast (Hank McCoy), Captain America (Steve Rogers), Hawkeye (Clint Barton), Moondragon, Scarlet Witch, Songbird, Sub-Mariner, Valkyrie (Brunnhilde), and Wonder Man, and she felt truly alive again.
(Defenders II#1) - After weeks on her book tour, Patsy came across a vagrant that she aided, but the vagrant turned out to be Yandroth, who transported Patsy, to Maine, and held her in chains while he began summoning menaces to plague the world. Patsy summoned her costume, shocked to find her old one, and burst free to see Gaea, Earth-goddess, bound by Yandroth. Hellcat called Nighthawk for help, and he had his mystic ally, Papa Hagg, summon the original Defenders to Hellcat's aid. Hellcat approached them as Yandroth revealed his plans to destroy the world using the powerful Ravagers of Creation. Yandroth punched Hellcat aside while the Defenders stopped the Ravagers' destruction. Before Yandroth died, he placed a curse on the four main Defenders to transport them to places of world danger.
(Defenders II#2) - Hellcat discussed the curse with Strange before Strange disappeared under the curse's effect. She sought out Nighthawk for help and they watched, through Papa Hagg's powers, as the four Defenders (Doctor Stephen Strange, Hulk (Bruce Banner), Silver Surfer, Sub-Mariner) were defeated by Pluto and another Valkyrie in northern Canada.
(Defenders II#3) - Nighthawk, Hellcat, and Valkyrie were transported to Canada by Papa Hagg, and Hellcat freed the Defenders by slashing the Gem of Tartarus, allowing all the heroes to fight Pluto's minions. Valkyrie fought the other Valkyrie, and then revealed herself as Lorelei, an Asgardian sorceress and ally of Pluto who had been manipulated by him. While Pluto and Lorelei fought over Valkyrie, Hellcat convinced some of her allies to destroy Pluto's temple, thinking that would weaken him, but she inadvertently allowed the denizens of the dead realm easy access to Earth.
(Defenders II#4) - Joined by the Asgardian Valkyrior, including Brunnhilde, the Defenders fought the dead denizens, then moved to attack Pluto and Lorelei. When Zeus' visage appeared above them, the villains teleported away. Valkyrie took time to bury the fallen man, then received Dragonfang and Aragorn from Brunnhilde. Brunnhilde departed, and Valkyrie decided to join the Defenders, though the primary Defenders still did not agree that there was a real team.
(Black Panther III#35) - Hellcat attacked alongside the Defenders Mephisto (actually Everett K. Ross trapped in Mephisto's body. Actually it wasn't Mephisto orignally, but Black Dragon. Complicated, but a great read!), who just rang at the Sanctum Sanctorum's door. During the fight she was seemingly knocked out when Mephisto tossed Hulk into her. Mephisto was still defeated, but later when the Defenders were knocked out by Everett K. Ross (Black Dragon in Ross' body), Hellcat wasn't present.
(Defenders II#5) - Nighthawk, Hellcat, and Valkyrie watched Strange's efforts to interpret the source of the curse, and viewed a taunting image of Yandroth appear before Strange, who dismissed his allies. The three of them changed and went out on the town, where they ate at a pizza place and Hellcat stated that she didn't want to lose her demonic powers. They soon rushed off in a maddening cab ride to reach a museum where the Headmen were attacking. Hellcat dodged blasts from Chondu the Mystic, then grabbed an idol the Headmen had been trying to steal, her mystic senses overcome by the power of the idol. Soon, the Headmen were all defeated, but they managed to teleport away with the idol anyway. They tried reporting to Dr. Strange, but the curse whisked him away.
(Defenders II#6) - Nighthawk, Hellcat, and Valkyrie pursued the Defenders to Sky-Island, where they were conferring with Red Raven. Hulk, in anger, knocked out Dr. Strange then attacked Bi-Beast, but Valkyrie calmed Hulk down. While Strange got medical care, Nighthawk explained to Sub-Mariner why the Defenders meant so much to him. Soon Red Raven's daughter, Dania, appeared and alerted the Defenders to the Bloodraven Cult, who the Defenders subdued, but not in time to stop their mystic bomb from exploding.
(Defenders II#7) - After fighting off the Bloodraven Cult and helping repel the madness-inspiring Wayfinder (whose entrance into the world was blocked when Sky-Island itself plugged the dimensional portal), the Defenders agreed to aid Namor in liberating Atlantis, though Hulk had to be coerced by Nighthawk. Strange transported them there and granted them the ability to breathe underwater. At Atlantis' gates waited Attuma's Deep Six (Attuma, Nagala, Orka, Piranha, Sea Urchin, Tiger Shark) and the Atlantean military, which Hellcat sparred with. The Defenders vanished due to the curse, however, and Nighthawk, Valkyrie, and Hellcat followed, to see Helleyes already defeated.
(Thunderbolts I#57-58) - Along with many other heroes from Earth Hellcat was trapped in the sky by Graviton. She was lowered back to Earth when Graviton was weakened by his fight with the Thunderbolts.
(Defenders II#8) - Nighthawk, Valkyrie, and Hellcat reported in to Strange that the Headmen had taken over the world.
(Defenders II#9) - Hellcat and Valkyrie moved into their own apartment, funded from a royalty check of Patsy's. Nighthawk came to visit and the three of them went on a walk through Greenwich Village, where Hellcat and Nighthawk discussed her old comic book line just before a group of autograph seekers, including Allen and Joanna, asked her for autographs, but one of them was an AIM agent who tried to kill Hellcat. She immediately changed into her costume and attacked the agent. A group of agents then attacked she, Nighthawk, and Valkyrie, before a tractor beam pulled them onto an AIM ship to face MODOK. MODOK revealed that all who who touched the idol the Headmen had been after had been killed except for the three heroes. After escaping from AIM, the heroes tried attacking Orrgo, a large monster in control of the Headmen, but the world was already conquered in Orrgo's power.
(Defenders II#9/Defenders II#8) - Hellcat, Valkyrie, and Nighthawk contacted Strange, who was off-planet, to let him know what had happened.
(Defenders II#10) - The other four Defenders returned to Earth and all seven battled dozens of super-villains summoned by Orrgo. Hellcat, Nighthawk, and Valkyrie snuck inside and stole the control idol from the Headmen and Hellcat convinced Orrgo to leave Earth.
(Defenders II#11) - The Defenders swam to Atlantis, granted the ability to breathe underwater by Dr. Strange, to fight Attuma's Deep Six (Attuma, Nagala, Orka, Piranha, Sea Urchin, Tiger Shark). Hellcat shrugged off Nagala's spells until the sea-witch trapped her in a mystic bubble. Strange saved her, however, and the Defenders defeated the rest of Attuma's military, then joined the Atlanteans in celebration. Hellcat talked to Valkyrie, who'd remembered her true identity, about contacting her parents.
(Captain America III#50/5) - Alongside several super heroes, Hellcat attended the funeral of Captain America (who later turned out to be alive).
(Defenders II#12/2) - While the four cursed Defenders continued to grow more distant and angry, the full Defenders team took on Chronarch and his dinosaurs; during the battle, Hellcat convinced Hulk to defeat Chronarch. Hellcat and Valkyrie went shopping in preparation for meeting the Parringtons.
(Captain America III#50/6) - Hellcat along with the rest of the Defenders attended the funeral of Captain America (he was just presumed dead at the time).
(Order I#1) - While visiting the Parringtons, Reginald and Malicia, Patsy was alarmed at how staunch they were, even as the butler Springthorpe served them. Papa Hagg arrived, alerting them that Nighthawk had been stranded in the Himalayas by the other Defenders, who were now calling themselves the Order. Hagg retrieved Nighthawk, and they nursed him back to health. They tried tracking down the Order, and watched as they defeated the Atlantic Fleet of the United States Navy. Strange simply teleported Hellcat, Valkyrie, and Nighthawk away.
(Order I#2) - Back at the Parringtons, Hellcat and Nighthawk playfully trained before the Parringtons showed them the small headquarters they'd built for the Defenders, disgusting Hellcat. Papa Hagg appeared again, on elephant back, and sent Hellcat, Nighthawk, and Valkyrie into an astral plane to decipher what was wrong with the Order. They saw the good sides of their companions in shackles, while the bad sides brutally attacked them. Hellcat avoided several blows, then was shocked by Strange. Though defeated, Hagg brought the three allies back and told them he had a plan to stop the Order. Then Bunnhopper, the new headquarters computer avatar, gave them more news of the Order's actions.
(Order I#3) - Hagg gathered Hellcat, Nighthawk, and Valkyrie, and sent them to recruit others to their side. Hellcat was teleported to Avengers Mansion, where she convinced She-Hulk (who'd been training with Triathlon) to come with her. With the others and new ally Namorita, they were teleported by Hagg to the Dark Dimension and recruited Clea, promising to help her with her rebellion there when the Order was taken care of. Back with Hagg, they were informed that a female counterpart to the Silver Surfer was now needed.
(Order I#4) - Back with the Parringtons, the super heroes were informed by Hagg of the plan, and they agreed. They teleported to the Order's headquarters on Sky-Island and stole mystic energy form the Silver Surfer that Hagg and Clea turned into Ardina. The Order attacked and Silver Surfer threw Ardina into Hellcat, breaking a few of her ribs. Strange teleported Hellcat and her allies to a hostile dimension.
(Order I#5) - Nighthawk, Valkyrie, Hellcat, Namorita, She-Hulk, Ardina, and Clea landed on the planet Yann, where they repelled a snail and bat predator and saved two children from a volcanic upheaval. Scientist Supreme Christopher Ganyrog and Romantic Objective Pamela appeared and healed Nighthawk and Hellcat's injuries with an indigo ray. Hellcat deciphered that Yandroth had been behind the Order's recent instabilities, and Ganyrog confirmed that if the Order continued with violent acts, Yann would be destroyed and Yandroth would be reborn with godlike power. He informed the allies that the Order must be stopped with no violence.
(Order I#6) - The allies arrived back on Earth, where they found the Order battling dozens of heroes. Nighthawk, Hellcat, and Valkyrie pleaded to the heroes' leaders, Captain America, Professor X, and others, to stop battling and hear them out. The heroes didn't believe them, however, so Nighthawk summoned Ganyrog and his armed Masters of the Mental Arts. Yandroth, starting to reform, shot down Papa Hagg, and the Order's female counterparts grew able to pass some of the humanity back to the Order, who refused to fight Yandroth anymore. Yandroth faded back into human form and was arrested by Ganyrog and returned to Yann. The Defenders were thanked by Gaea, then returned to the Parringtons. Nighthawk was granted the ability by Gaea to summon the Defenders, through his ring, if needed in the future.
(Marvel Universe: The End#5-6) - Hellcat was among the dozens of heroes that were summoned to fight against an all-powerful Thanos.
(JLA/Avengers#3) - Hellcat was one of the many Avengers and JLA members assembled at the Avengers Compound in Los Angeles.
(Avengers III#501-503) - Hellcat was present among the Avengers who gathered during the Scarlet Witch's assault.
(She-Hulk II#10) - While pursuing Ruby Thursday through the streets of Manhattan, Hellcat was knocked to the side by She-Hulk, who informed Hellcat that she had to register with the government. Though initially reluctant, Hellcat agreed. Ruby Thursday was taken down by Two-Gun Kid and John Jameson. Hellcat congratulated She-Hulk and Jameson on their recent wedding, having heard the news from Wasp.
(Civil War: Battle Damage Report#1) - Hellcat became an instructor for the Initiative.
(Avengers: The Initiative#1) - Hellcat watched MVP complete Camp Hammond's training course in record time.
(Avengers: The Initiative#3) - At the Initiative compound, Hellcat worked to teach Komodo CPR.
(Marvel Tarot#1 - BTS) - Sorcerer Ian McNee turned over a mystic tarot card revealing Hellcat to be the Earth's current representation of the Tower card. He also heard that Hellcat had taken a new job as an occult investigator with a widow named Claire.
(Marvel Comics Presents II#1/2) - Hellcat returned to her new apartment in Chinatown, getting caught up in a string of Chinese lanterns as she entered through the window. She tried on several outfits before picking a little black dress so that she could go meet her blind date, Bill, at Yum's Chinese restaurant. While looking for shoes, she found her old diary, which Gargoyle had placed the enchantment on, and opened it up. The spell had been gestating for years and hit her with mystic energy, causing her to split into five facets of her personality, unknowingly. She left for her date and was picked up in a cab by a cab driver Patsy, while Hellcat Patsy arrived in the apartment.
(Marvel Comics Presents II#2/2) - The Hellcat Patsy answered the phone and heard Bill on the other line asking where she was, but he stated she'd just arrived. As Bill sat to eat at Yum's with a blue-dressed Patsy, Hellcat Patsy sniffed out the diary and decided to investigate. Cab driver Patsy got the main Patsy there, where she met Bill (after bantering with the restaurant attendant). Bill and Patsy were both confused when blue dress Patsy came out of the bathroom and cab driver Patsy came in. As the three Patsys argued, Bill came across another Patsy dressed in a masquerade dress, which disgusted the others.
(Marvel Comics Presents II#3/4) - The four Patsys got into a violent argument that tore apart much of the restaurant, and they each had varying degrees of memory. Isaac Christians (Gargoyle in his human form) came out and introduced himself as the owner of the restaurant and explained that he might have something that would help them. As the Patsys started to realize what was going on, Christians retrieved the diary key that would reverse the spell, but it fell in the soup when Hellcat Patsy burst in.
(Marvel Comics Presents II#4/2) - The restaurant worker entered with the soup and Hellcat Patsy came in with the diary. As the Patsys argued, blue dress Patsy helped herself to a bowl of soup and ended up swallowing and then coughing up the key. Christians explained what had happened with the spell and, after the Patsys fought a bit more, the main Patsy placed the key back in the diary. All her doubles returned to her and she was normal again. Bill returned to pick Patsy up and they left on their date together.
(Avengers: The Initiative#10) - When the deadly KIA went on a slaughtering rampage through Camp Hammond, Hellcat, wielding a gun, and others tried to stop him, but he easily defeated the heroes assembled, killing more than one.
(Last Defenders#1 (fb) - BTS) - Nighthawk sought to reform the Defenders team as part of the Initiative and spoke to Gargoyle, Devil-Slayer, and Hellcat about it. They all agreed, but Stark turned the idea down.
(Last Defenders#4) - Patsy woke up in her Chinatown apartment to find Daimon there, seeking forgiveness and to make amends. She ordered him out, not trusting his intentions.
(Avengers: The Initiative#14) - Hellcat sat next to Gauntlet in the mess hall. Later, 3-D Man showed up unexpectedly, claiming there'd been an invasion of some kind.
(Avengers: The Initiative#15) - 3-D Man panicked and made a hasty retreat. When he attributed it to traveling through Devil-Slayer's Shadow-Cloak, Hellcat said she understood how disorienting that could be.
(Patsy Walker: Hellcat#1) - While her neighbor, designer student Ruben, tried on new clothing for Patsy, she took a call from Iron Man, who assigned her as the sole Initiative representative in Alaska. Soon, she was flying over the state and scouting things out, but her mystic senses honed in on the town of North Spirit, and she had her pilot land there. She was treated with hostility in the local bar until she offered a man a large sum of money to drive her around, which he did after she knocked out a handsy old drunk in the bar. Two antlered polar bears soon chased down their snowmobile and strangely ripped the skin off one, then fell with the other off a ledge and into the maw of a giant sea monster named Bessie.
(Patsy Walker: Hellcat#2) - After passing through Bessie's tentacles and into a mystic whirlpool, Hellcat relied on her mystic senses in a confrontation with a group of seven ancient crones, including Aua, Kees, and Ko. They granted her the new name of "Double Clawed Cat Full of Red Hell Fire With Her Head Against the Wind and Comes Not Quietly From the Great Sea Road" and subjected her to a mystic test, during which she grabbed a raven. She accepted the quest to find the crones' missing daughter, who had reportedly been taken by a Windigo, and they showed her the mystic path. They gave Hellcat instructions to find seven friends during her journey as she got dressed. She met her guide from before, Silas, who gave her a vehicle to drive, and the crones showed her an eerie sentient calendar stone that would aid her on her journey. When the calendar stone yelled at her, she tried to shut it up and ended up wrecking the car just as a giant wolf named Manslayer arrived.
(Patsy Walker: Hellcat#3) - Again relying on her mystic senses, Hellcat had the wolf speak her new mystic name, making it loyal to her. The wolf helped her free the car, but she soon crashed it again, then curled up to sleep for a time. In the morning, several water lemmings were thrown at her and she caught one. As it escaped, she chased it into the trees and found herself in a spot where a mystic illusion of her recommended she go back for the antlered polar bear as another companion. She convinced the calendar stone to show her a mystic route to a frozen vehicle with a man inside, showing her what would happen unless she apologized to the antlered bear. The bear appeared and she did so, then provoked he and the wolf to battle while she buried the man's corpse in a hole. They all loaded up in her car and soon found a frozen ship.
(Patsy Walker: Hellcat#4) - While gauging the threat of the yeti on the ship, Hellcat and Man-Slayer rounded up hundreds of white rabbits that carried her car over a chasm to the ship. The yeti threw trees at them, causing them to nearly crash, and Hellcat reluctantly attacked the yeti when she couldn't convince him to surrender the crones' daughter. Hellcat awakened the daughter and soon realized she was there willingly, in a romantic relationship with the yeti, Pete. Hellcat tried reasoning with the girl, who explained that the crones were only trying to force her to come home. She had a long and aggravating conversation with the girl, learning her name was Ssangyong Rexton and that the calendar stone was her father. When Ssangyong popped her car tire, Hellcat knocked her out. She then convinced Pete to attach one of his trees to the car and light a fuse to get them back across the chasm. They piled into the car, which weighed too much and got stuck on the canyon wall.
(Patsy Walker: Hellcat#5) - As they struggled to keep the car from falling, the antlered bear and Manslayer plummeted into the chasm. She convinced Pete to use his magic and transform the calendar stone back to his true form, then she saved him from falling with her claw cables. Just before they fell again, they convinced Ssangyong to use her powers and return them all to the crones. Ssangyong threw a fit and released a torrent of birds and Bessie, but Hellcat had Pete use his mystic abilities to absorb all the magic creatures, leaving him bloated. She finally helped them keep the peace and hugged Ssangyong goodbye, though Ssangyong's father accompanied Hellcat. She checked in with Iron Man as her adventure finished.
(Hulk III#7/2 - BTS) - In an effort to stop Rulk, the new Red Hulk, She-Hulk formed a group of Lady Liberators, though many of them couldn't make it right away.
(Hulk III#8/2) - She-Hulk, Valkyrie, and Thundra savagely battled Rulk at Mt. Rushmore before the rest of the Lady Liberators (Black Widow, Hellcat, Invisible Woman, Spider-Woman, Storm, Tigra) joined them.
(Hulk III#9/2) - The Lady Liberators attacked Rulk savagely and briefly defeated him, Hellcat having slashed inanely at his back during the fight. After he woke up, he fled.
(Avengers: The Initiative#20) - Hellcat attended a meeting alongside Baron von Blitzshlag, Gargoyle, Tigra, Taskmaster, Physique, and Gauntlet after the Skrull invasion. They determined that Gauntlet should be in charge of the base for now. She later went to check on Tigra and discovered Tigra was pregnant. Hellcat later stood by while Hank Pym and Jocasta left Camp Hammond, not wanting anything to do with it.
(Avengers: The Initiative#21) - Hellcat helped Gauntlet realize he was in charge now. She prepared to return to Alaska. Soon, a clone of Thor called Ragnarok attacked the base and Hellcat rushed to aid civilians while Gauntlet and Thor Girl battled him.
(Avengers: The Initiative#23) - Hellcat helped with the cleanup in the area around Camp Hammond after the battle with Ragnarok. She was later present when Norman Osborn arrived to shut down Camp Hammond forever.
(New Avengers#52 - BTS) - Daimon called Patsy to try and reconcile, but she turned him down, making him furious.
(Marvel Divas#1 (fb)) - From her apartment in New York, Patsy began working on her new book, Like a Cat Outta Hell. She struck up an active friendship with fellow heroines Monica Rambeau, Angelica Jones (Firestar), and Felicia Hardy (Black Cat) when they all met at a speed-dating panel. They began hanging out regularly, getting pedicures, swimming, seeing movies, visiting art museums, and fighting Skrulls together. Patsy briefly ran into Daimon at a bookstore.
(Marvel Divas#1) - Patsy finished her book and her agent, Lola, set up a party on the top of the Baxter Building to celebrate. Monica and Felicia showed up, but they grew bored when Invisible Woman, Storm, She-Hulk, and Emma Frost arrived and stole the show. The three of them went out for drinks, where Patsy learned about Monica's relationship challenges with Brother Voodoo and Felicia's with Puma. As Patsy told them about seeing Daimon, Angelica came in and announced she had cancer.
(Marvel Divas#2) - Despite Monica's protestations, Patsy, with Angelica's approval, wrote about Angel's experiences with cancer. Angel visited the Night Nurse and Dr. Strange. After hearing about Monica's relationship problems with Dr. Voodoo, Patsy grew frustrated with Strange's inability to cure Angel, but Angel was referred to Henry Pym. To cheer Angel up, Patsy went shopping with her, but Daimon appeared while she was typing up notes at Sak's. He flirted shamelessly with her, the offered to cure Angel if Patsy offered up her soul. Patsy was called into the dressing room by Monica, and the two of them comforted Angel.
(Marvel Divas#3) - Patsy went with Angelica to Hank Pym for a medical workup, then, on doctor's orders, accompanied her to the Savage Land where she could burn off as much radiation as possible while fighting dinosaurs. She stood by her when she began radiation treatments under the supervision of the Night Nurse. The foursome continued hanging out, but staying home more often as Angelica generally didn't feel well. As Angelica's hair started falling out, she had Patsy introduce her to wig specialist Dusty Ross, but Angelica decided to shave her head instead. Patsy was thrilled when Drs. Pym and Hill decided Angelica was ready for surgery. During the procedure, Patsy chose to sit and wait for Angelica while Felicia and Monica headed out on dates. While Patsy worked on her laptop at Angelica's bedside, Daimon appeared again, offering her a cure for Angelica if Patsy spent one night in Hell with him, and Patsy reluctantly agreed.
(Marvel Divas#4) - Patsy found herself in a cage fight with Daimon, surrounded by cheering demons. He taunted her, wanting his conjugal rights as a husband reinstated, and was willing to keep her there for as long as it took. After Daimon dressed Patsy in an evening gown and tied her to a chair, he revealed that he came after her because of her most recent book, sharing that he was furious that he was barely mentioned in it. Just then, Monica, Felicia, and Angelica shockingly showed up and freed Patsy. Patsy promised Daimon that if he let her go, she'd write two chapters in the paperback revisions of Cat Outta Hell about him, and he sent them back, returning Angelica's cancer to her. The next day, Patsy waited while Angelica got the prognosis that her cancer was in remission, and she hugged her friend tightly. They got together with fine wine to celebrate later, and Patsy said she may call her new book Super-Vixens.
(New Avengers#59) - After learning Luke Cage was sick and had been apprehended by Norman Osborn, Hellcat and Valkyrie showed up along with Thing, Dr. Voodoo, Misty Knight, Daredevil, and Dr. Strange to help him, called there by his wife Jessica Jones. They met the New Avengers (Captain America, Mockingbird, Ronin, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman, and Wolverine) and stormed the HAMMER Helicarrier to rescue him.
(New Avengers#60) - Hellcat and Valkyrie were present when Luke woke up, and the heroes learned from Strange that a bomb had been placed on Luke's heart. Dr. Voodoo and the Wasp went into Cage to cure him, which they managed to do before Osborn's forces found them.
(Young Allies II#1) - Hellcat texted Firestar multiple times, but never received a return text.
(Young Allies II#3 (fb) - BTS) - Patsy heard of Firestar and Gravity's battle with the Bastards of Evil and Electro.
(Young Allies II#3) - Patsy checked in with Firestar, hearing about her struggles in college and with enemies.
(Heralds#1) - At Cyclops' request, Valkyrie, Hellcat, Monica Rambeau, She-Hulk, and Abigail Brand showed up for a birthday party for Emma Frost in Las Vegas. They surprised her, wearing moustaches, and Valkyrie turned to the bar for the mead immediately. They were soon beset by a psychic barrage and an attacking alien dragon, which Valkyrie promptly stabbed to death. A group of cloned scientists, dinosaurs, and other monstrosities attacked the city, and Brand explained they were from a SWORD base. Hellcat punched Einstein as they rushed into battle.
(Heralds#2) - At a local diner, Hellcat served Valkyrie (Samantha Parrington), Monica, Emma, and She-Hulk food (Valkyrie had a stein) and they watched news footage of their battle. After hearing of a fiery car crash connected to their battle, and they decided to investigate. At the local morgue, Emma did a reading on the corpse that led them to investigate the accident site (after flying on the X-Men's ship). There, they found the wounded body of Frances Hyatt, and they returned her to the Fantastic Four, fearing she may be a clone of Nova (Frankie Raye).
(Heralds#3) - As Frances lay in a healing stasis, the women argued about being there, and about who Frances might be. Hellcat briefly grew frustrated with Valkyrie for not sharing the memories of her predecessor. The Fantastic Four investigated Frances' connection to Nova as Nova seemingly attacked, putting them and young Valeria Richards in danger.
(Heralds#4) - After they chased away Nova, the heroes debated angrily about Frances and her connection to Nova, struggling to piece things together. They took Frances back to the old apartment of Frankie Raye, and met her old roommate Julie Angel, when Nova attacked again, kidnapping Valeria.
(Heralds#5) - The heroes went into space on the Fantastic Four's ship, and Hellcat and Frances reassured each other. They found the Nova force, which sent Valeria aboard the ship in a sentient fiery bubble which soon bonded with Frances, and took her off the ship against her will.
(I Am an Avenger#2/2) - Patsy and Monica took Angel out to snap her out of her funk, but she was distracted. After she reconnected with Speedball, Nova, and Justice (all now of the Avengers), Patsy and Monica tried to comfort her again.
(New Avengers II#7) - Hellcat turned down the offer to be Danielle Cage's nanny.
(X-Men: To Serve and Protect#4/2 (fb) - BTS) - As payment for a case, Patsy got a Fiji Mermaid. Later, Emma Frost asked her to meet an acquaintance at Brian's in San Francisco.
(X-Men: To Serve and Protect#4/2) - Dressed up at Brian's, Patsy was talking to Emma on the phone when Gambit came in. He groaned at it being her, saying her reputation preceded her. She had difficulty pronouncing his name as they bantered, and she soon showed him the Mermaid, which was purported to grant three wishes, to impress him. He grew annoyed with her flightiness as the Mermaid made them hate each other. Patsy switched to her costume when the Mermaid was freed, and inadvertently wished inanely that Gambit would stop complaining and that he could hear himself. She soon subdued the Mermaid and they decided to continue their date elsewhere. She grabbed Gambit's arm, convincing him that he'd had a great time with her so far and into taking her out the next week.
(Fear Itself: the Deep#4 (fb) – BTS) – A loose team of Defenders (Dr. Stephen Strange, Loa, Namor, She-Hulk (Lyra), Silver Surfer) moved for final battle against Nerkkod (Attuma) and his powerful armored Atlantean army. Dr. Strange sent out a magic call that gathered several heroes to aid them.
(Fear Itself: the Deep#4) – Cloak transported the loosely formed Defenders (Black Panther, Blazing Skull, Cloak, Cloud, Dagger, Devil-Slayer, Gargoyle, Hellcat, Moon Knight, Son of Satan, Stingray) to aid in the final battle. The army was soon defeated and Nerkkod fled.
Comments: Created by (in modern age) Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Vince Colletta.
This profile is meant to represent Patsy Walker/Hellcat's appearances post-Fantastic Four era. The earlier comics are meant to be "fictional" representations of Patsy Walker's upbringing. The other characters of her past have been loosely woven in scattered appearances as has Centerville itself. This profile tried to cover those scattered appearances as best as possible and make sense of them. If you have ideas on how to better make it cohesive, let us know!
Hellcat received entries in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Women of Marvel (2005), Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#5 (1985) and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#5 (as Patsy Walker Hellstrom). It is unknown whether Barry and the other kids belonging to Joshua and Bea Walker are Hellcat's step- or half-siblings. Special thanks to AvatarWarlord72 for help with four issues I was missing and to Markus Raymond, who few other small appearances I had missed!
the Modern Era Patsy also appeared in Punisher meets Archie#1 (See Earth-Crossover)
and as Hellcat in a one page Hembeck story in Marvel Age#115.
The placement of the Marvel Comics Presents II flashback is questionable. I chose to place it directly after Patsy started focusing on writing her book, while she was still teammates with Gargoyle, after Defenders I#118.
Thanks to Per Degaton for pointing out the panel between panels flashback in Marvel Comics Presents I#53.
Profile by Chadman.
Hellcat has no known connections to and is not meant to be confused with
(Defenders I#74 - BTS) - A neighbor of the Richmond riding academy, Mrs. Cradshaw was almost the brunt of a practical joke of two boys who tried stealing a horse from Richmond.
--Defenders I#74 (74 (BTS
(Defenders I#88) - An employee of Richmond Enterprises, Hellcat flirted with Grimsby while he was on the high beam. She distracted him and he fell, having to be saved by Mr. Richmond, who scolded Grimsby.
(Defenders I#89) - The doorman at Kyle Richmond's apartment complex, Barton Beekman wondered about the strangeness of Richmond's friends, Hellcat, Valkyrie, and Hulk.
(Defenders I#101) - A cancer patient who'd lost all her hair from chemotherapy, Serina maintained an optimistic outlook on life, considering the world a magical place. She was read to by Dolly Donahue, and had a comforting chat with Patsy Walker.
Cliffy, Ricky, Edward Lionel Alvis
(Defenders I#98) - Ricky, Eddie, and Cliffy were playing in the ruins of the Walker home and found a need cape. When Cliffy tried it on, he disappeared and a demon took his place, causing Ricky and Eddie to run for it.
(Defenders I#99) - Eddie led his mom back to the Walker house to show her what had happened, and an entire group of demons was there.
(Defenders I#103) - After some time in the cloak, Cliffy burst out, running for his mom. Hellcat and Valkyrie stood by.
--Defenders I#98, 99, 103
(Defenders I#107 (fb) - BTS) - When Patsy was nine, her Grandpa Parker died, and Patsy refused to attend the funeral.
--Defenders I#107 (fb (BTS
Allen and Joanna
(Defenders II#9) - A group of autograph seekers, including Allen and Joanna, asked Patsy Walker for autographs on the streets of Greenwich Village. AIM agents soon attacked Hellcat and the crowd scattered.
Dusty Ross was Patsy's hairdresser and wig specialist. Patsy called in a favor so that he could help Firestar select a new hairstyle while she underwent chemo treatment for cancer. He was bright and bubbly, and pretty much what you'd expect a stereotypical gay hairdresser to be.
Avengers I#144, p14, pan1 (main)
Avengers I#144, p13, pan3 (2nd)
Defenders I#94, p14, pan1 (demon form)
Hellstorm I#2, p22, pan1 (insane image)
Avengers III#10, p17, pan4 (as corpse)
Hellcat I#1, cover (new costume)
Defenders II#9, p12, pan2 (with Defenders again)
Defenders I#88, p3, pan1 (Grimsby)
Defenders I#89, p1, pan1 (Beekman)
Defenders I#101, p14, pan2 (Serina)
Defenders I#98, p7, pan2 (Cliffy, Ricky, and Edward Lionel Alvis)
Defenders II#9, p9, pan1 (Allen and Joanna)
Marvel Divas#3, p9, pan2 (Dusty Ross)
Fantastic Four Annual#3 (1965) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Jack Kirby (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks)
Amazing Adventures II#13 (July, 1972) - Steve Englehart (writer), Tom Sutton (pencils), Frank Giacoia (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Amazing Adventures II#14 (September, 1972) - Steve Englehart (writer), Tom Sutton (pencils), Jim Mooney (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Amazing Adventures II#15 (November, 1972) - Steve Englehart (writer), Tom Sutton (pencils), Frank Giacoia (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Avengers I#139 (September, 1975) - Steve Englehart (writer), George Tuska (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), Len Wein (editor)
Avengers I#140 (October, 1975) - Steve Englehart (writer), George Tuska (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Avengers I#141-142 (November-December, 1975) - Steve Englehart (writer), George Perez (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Avengers I#143 (January, 1976) - Steve Englehart (writer), George Perez (pencils), Sam Grainger (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Avengers I#144 (February, 1976) - Steve Englehart (writer), George Perez (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Avengers I#147 (May, 1976) - Steve Englehart (writer), George Perez (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Avengers I#148-149 (June-July, 1976) - Steve Englehart (writer), George Perez (pencils), Sam Grainger (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Avengers I#150 (August, 1976) - Steve Englehart, Stan Lee (writers), George Perez, Jack Kirby (pencils), John Tartag, Duffy Vohland, Dick Ayers (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Avengers I#151 (September, 1976) - Gerry Conway, Jim Shooter, Steve Englehart (writers), George Perez (pencils), John Tartag (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Defenders I#44-45 (February, March, 1977) - Gerry Conway, Roger Slifer, David Kraft (writers), Keith Giffen (pencils), Klaus Janson (pencils/inks), Gerry Conway (editor)
Defenders I#46 (April, 1977) - Roger Slifer, David Kraft (writers), Keith Giffen (pencils), Klaus Janson (pencils/inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#47 (May, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft, Roger Slifer, John Warner (writers), Keith Giffen (pencils), Klaus Janson (pencils/inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#48 (June, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft, Don McGregor (writers), Keith Giffen (pencils), Dan Green (pencils/inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#49 (July, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (pencils), Mike Royer (pencils/inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#50 (August, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (pencils), Mike Royer (pencils/inks), John Tartaglione, Dave Cockrum (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#51 (September, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#52 (October, 1977) - David Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (pencils), Chic Stone (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#53 (November, 1977) - David Kraft (writer), Dave Cockrum, Keith Giffen, Mike Golden & Terry Austin (pencils/inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#54 (December, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (pencils), Mike Golden (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#55-56 (January-February, 1978) - David Kraft (writer), Carmine Infantino (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#57 (March, 1978) - Chris Claremont & Gerry Conway (writers), George Tuska & Dave Cockrum (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#59-60 (May-June, 1978) - David Kraft (writer), Ed Hannigan (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#61 (July, 1978) - David Kraft (writer), Ed Hannigan (pencils), Bob Lubber (inks), Jim Shooter (editor)
Defenders I#62 (August, 1978) - David Kraft (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Jim Mooney (inks), Bob Hall (editor)
Defenders I#63 (September, 1978) - David Kraft (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Jim Mooney (inks), Jim Shooter (editor)
Defenders I#64 (October, 1978) - David Kraft (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Don Perlin (inks), Bob Hall (editor)
Defenders I#65 (November, 1978) - David Kraft (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Bruce D. Patterson (inks), Bob Hall (editor)
Defenders I#66 (December, 1978) - David Kraft (writer), Ed Hannigan (pencils/inks), Bob Hall (editor)
Defenders I#67 (January, 1979) - David Kraft (writer), Ed Hannigan (writer/pencils), Bruce Patterson (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#68 (February, 1979) - David Kraft & Ed Hannigan (writers), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Pablo Marcos (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#69 (March, 1979) - Jim Shooter & Mary Jo Duffy (writers), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks/editor)
Defenders I#70 (April, 1979) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#71 (May, 1979) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Jack Abel (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#72 (June, 1979) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Fred Kida (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#73 (July, 1979) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#74 (August, 1979) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Steve Mitchell (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#75 (September, 1979) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#76 (October, 1979) - Steven Grant (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Steve Mitchell (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#77 (November, 1979) - Steven Grant & Mark Gruenwald (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Chic Stone & Steve Mitchell (inks), Al Milgrom (inks/editor)
Defenders I#78 (December, 1979) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#79 (January, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer/pencils), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#80 (February, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#81 (March, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Jack Abel (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#83 (May, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Joe Sinnott (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#84 (June, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Tex Blaisdell (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#85 (July, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Jim Mooney (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#86 (August, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Pablo Marcos (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#87 (September, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Pablo Marcos (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#88 (October, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Pablo Marcos (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#89 (November, 1980) - David Kraft & Ed Hannigan (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Pablo Marcos (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#90,91 (December, 1980-January, 1981) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Pablo Marcos (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#92 (February, 1981) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Pablo Marcos (pencils/inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Savage She-Hulk#13-14 (February-March, 1981) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Mike Vosburg (pencils), Frank Springer (pencils/inks), Mary Jo Duffy (editor)
Defenders I#93 (March, 1981) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Joe Sinnott, Frank Giacoia, others (inks), Al Milgrom (inks/editor)
Defenders I#94-101 (April-November, 1981) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Marvel Graphic Novel: Death of Captain Marvel (1982) - Jim Starlin (writer, pencils, inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#103-104 (January, February, 1982) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Captain America I#268 (April, 1982) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Mike Zeck (pencils), John Beatty (inks), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Defenders I#106-108 (June-August, 1982) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Sam Trapani, Rick Magyar, Jack Abel (inks), Al Milgrom (inks/editor)
Defenders I#109 (September, 1982) - Mark Gruenwald & JM DeMatteis (writers), Don Perlin (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#111 (November, 1982) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin, (pencils), Mike Gustovich (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#116 (April, 1983) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), 'Diverse Hands' (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#117 (May, 1983) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Jack Abel (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Incredible Hulk II#277-278 (November-December, 1982) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Incredible Hulk II#279 (January, 1983) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Mark Gruenwald (pencils, Greg LaRocque (inks), Allen Milgrom (editor)
Contest of Champions I#1-3 (June-August, 1982) - Mark Gruenwald, Steven Grant, Bill Mantlo (writers), John Romita, Jr. (pencils), Pablo Marcos (inks), Mark Gruenwald, Tom DeFalco (editors)
Defenders I#118 (April, 1983) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Andy Mushynsky & Al Milgrom (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#119 (May, 1983) - Steven Grant (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Jack Abel (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#120 (June, 1983) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Jack Abel, Kim DeMulder, Andy Mushynsky (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#121 (July, 1983) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (writer/pencils), Jack Abel, Andy Mushynsky, Alan Kupperberg (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#122 (August, 1983) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Kim DeMulder (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
(New) Defenders I#125 (November, 1983) - JM DeMatteis (writer), Don Perlin (pencils), Kim DeMulder (inks), Carl Potts (editor)
Marvel Fanfare I#20 (May, 1985) - Jim Starlin (writer), Novak (pencils), Scheele (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
(New) Defenders I#148 (October, 1985) - Peter B. Gillis (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Art Nichols (inks), Carl Potts (editor)
West Coast Avengers II#14-16 (November, 1986-January, 1987) - Steve Englehart (writer), Al Milgrom (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Solo Avengers#9 (August, 1988) - JM DeMatteis (writer), June Brigman (pencils), Stan Drake (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Avengers I#305 (July, 1989) - John Byrne (writer), Paul Ryan (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Marvel Comics Presents I#36 (December, 1989) - Jack C. Harris (writer), June Brigman (pencils), Roy Richardson (inks), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Avengers Spotlight#27 (December, 1989) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Dwayne Turner (pencils), Chris Ivy (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Avengers I#313 (January, 1990) - John Byrne (writer), Paul Ryan (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Marvel Super-Heroes III#1 (May, 1990) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Dennis Jensen (pencils/inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Avengers Annual#19 (1990) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Vince Mielcarek (pencils), Bob Downs (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Marvel Fanfare I#59 (October, 1991) - Richard Howell (writer), Al Milgrom (editor)
Hellstorm I#2-3 (May-June, 1993) - Rafael Nieves (writer), Michael Bair (pencils/inks), Fabian Nicieza (editor)
Hellstorm I#7 (October, 1993) - Len Kaminski (writer), Peter Gross (pencils/inks), Fabian Nicieza (editor)
Hellstorm I#9 (December, 1993) - Len Kaminski (writer), Peter Gross, Mark Badger (pencils/inks), Fabian Nicieza (editor)
Marvels#2 (February, 1994) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Alex Ross (painter), Marcus McLaurin (editor)
Hellstorm I#12-13 (March-April, 1994) - Warren Ellis (writer), Leonardo Manco (pencils/inks), Marie Javins (editor)
Hellstorm I#14 (May, 1994) - Warren Ellis (writer), Peter Gross (pencils/inks), Marie Javins (editor)
Hellstorm I#15-16 (June-July, 1994) - Warren Ellis (writer), Leonardo Manco (pencils/inks), Marie Javins (editor)
Avengers III#10 (November, 1998) - Kurt Busiek (writer), George Perez (pencils), Al Vey (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers III#11 (December, 1998) - Kurt Busiek (writer), George Perez (pencils), Al Vey, Bob Wiacek (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thunderbolts Annual 2000 (2000) - Fabian Nicieza, Kurt Busiek (writers), Norm Breyfogle (pencils/inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers Annual 2000 (2000) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Norm Breyfogle (pencils/inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
History of the Marvels Comics#1 (July, 2000) - Tom Brevoort (writer), Matt Hicks (editor)
Hellcat#1 (September, 2000) - Steve Englehart (writer), Norm Breyfogle (pencils/inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Hellcat#2-3 (October, November, 2000) - Steve Englehart (writer), Norm Breyfogle (pencils/inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Thunderbolts I#57 (October, 2001) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Patrick Zircher (pencils), Al Vey (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Black Panther I#35 (October, 2001) - Christopher Priest (writer), Jim Calafiore (pencils), Livesay (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Defenders II#8 (October, 2001) - Kurt Busiek, Erik Larsen, Eric Stephenson (writers), Ron Frenz (pencils), Al Vey (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Defenders II#9 (November, 2001) - Kurt Busiek, Erik Larsen, Eric Stephenson (writers), Ron Frenz (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Defenders II#10 (December, 2001) - Kurt Busiek, Eric Stephenson (writers), Erik Larsen (writer/pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thunderbolts I#58 (January, 2002) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Patrick Zircher (pencils), Al Vey (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Defenders II#11 (January, 2002) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Erik Larsen (writer/pencils), Sal Buscema (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Defenders II#12/2 (February, 2002) - Jo Duffy, Kurt Busiek (writers), Ivan Reis (pencils), Randy Emberlin (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America III#50 (February, 2002) - Evan Dorkin (writer), Kevin Maguire (artist), Andrew Lis (editor)
Order I#1 (April, 2002) - Jo Duffy, Kurt Busiek (writers), Matt Haley (pencils), Dan Panosian (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Order I#2 (May, 2002) - Jo Duffy, Kurt Busiek (writers), Chris Batista (pencils), Dan Panosian (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Order I#3 (June, 2002) - Jo Duffy, Kurt Busiek (writers), Matt Haley, Luke Ross (pencils), Dan Panosian (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Order I#4 (July, 2002) - Jo Duffy, Kurt Busiek (writers), Dan Jurgens (pencils), Bob Layton (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Order I#5 (August, 2002) - Jo Duffy, Kurt Busiek (writers), Ivan Reis (pencils), Jose Pimentel (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Order I#6 (September, 2002) - Jo Duffy, Kurt Busiek (writers), Matt Haley (pencils), Dan Panosian (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Marvel Universe: The End#5-6 (July-August, 2003) - Jim Starlin (writer/pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
JLA/Avengers#3 (December, 2003) - Kurt Busiek (writer), George Perez (artist), Tom Brevoort & Dan Raspler (editors)
Avengers III#501-503 (October - December 2004) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Finch & Olivier Coipel (#88) (pencils), Danny Miki (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
She-Hulk II#10 (October, 2006) - Dan Slott (writer), Rick Burchett (pencils), Nelson (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War: Battle Damage Report#1 (2007)
Avengers: The Initiative#1 (June, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#3 (August, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Stefano Caselli (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Marvel Tarot#1 (2007) - David Sexton (writer/designer), Jeff Youngquist (editor)
Marvel Comics Presents II#1/2, 2/2, 3/4, 4/2 (November, 2007-February, 2008) - Kathryn Immonen (writer), Stuart Immonen (penciler), Wade von Grawbadger (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#10 (May, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos N. Gage (writers), Stefano Caselli (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Last Defenders#1 (May, 2008) - Joe Casey (writer), Jim Muniz (penciler), Cam Smith (inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Last Defenders#4 (August, 2008) - Joe Casey (writer), Jim Muniz (penciler), Cam Smith (inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#14 (August, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Stefano Caselli (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#15 (September, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Harvey Talibao (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Patsy Walker: Hellcat#1-5 (September, 2008-February, 2009) - Kathryn Immonen (writer), David Lafuente (penciler/inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Hulk III#7-9 (December, 2008 - February, 2009) - Jeph Loeb (writer), Frank Cho (penciler/inker), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#20 (February, 2009) - Christos N. Gage & Dan Slott (writer), Steve Kurth (penciler), Drew Hennessy (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#21 (March, 2009) - Christos N. Gage (writer), Humberto Ramos (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#23 (June, 2009) - Christos N. Gage (writer), Humberto Ramos (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers#52 (June, 2009) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Chris Bachalo, Billy Tan (pencilers), Matt Bauning, Justin Ponsor, Tim Townsend, Antonio Fabela (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Marvel Divas#1-4 (August-September, November-December, 2009) - Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (writer), Tonci Zonjic (penciler/inker), Warren Simons (editor)
New Avengers#59-60 (January-February, 2010) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen (penciler), Wade Von Grawbadger (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Young Allies#1 (August, 2010) - Sean McKeever (writer), David Baldeon (penciler), N. Bowling (inker), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
Heralds#1 (September, 2010) - Kathryn Immonen (writer), Tonji Zonjic (penciler/inker), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Heralds#2-3 (August, 2010) - Kathryn Immonen (writer), Tonci Zonjic (penciler), James Harren (inker), Jeanine Schaeffer (editor)
Heralds#4 (August, 2010) - Kathryn Immonen (writer), Tonci Zonjic (penciler), Emma Rios, James Harren (inkers), Jeanine Schaeffer (editor)
Heralds#5 (August, 2010) - Kathryn Immonen (writer), Tonci Zonjic (penciler), James Harren (inker), Jeanine Schaeffer (editor)
Young Allies II#3 (October, 2010) - Sean McKeever (writer), David Baldeon (penciler), N. Bowling (inker), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
I Am an Avenger#2/2 (December, 2010) - Sean McKeever (writer), Mike Mayhew (penciler/inker), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
New Avengers II#7 (February, 2011) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen (penciler), Wade Von Grawbadger (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
X-Men: To Serve and Protect#4/2 (April, 2011) - Kathryn Immonen (writer), Stuart Immonen (penciler), Wade Van Grawbadger (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Fear Itself: the Deep#4 (November, 2011) – Culllen Bunn (writer), Lee Garbett (penciler), David Meikis, John Lucas (inkers), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
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