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Real Name: Meows Morales

Identity/Class: Alternate reality (presumably Earth-8311, (see comments)), cartoon-like feline mutate

Occupation: Adventurer

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Captain Americat (Steven Mouser), Deerdevil (Batt Burdock), Howard the Duck, Hulk Bunny (Bruce Bunny), Iron Mouse, Mooster Fantastic, Spider-Ham (Peter Porker), Thang (Ben Grizzly), numerous others

Enemies: Cable (Nathan Summers), Captain America (Steven Rogers), Daredevil (Matthew Murdock), She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), Silk (Cindy Moon), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Thing (Benjamin Grimm), Thor (Thor Odinson), Wolverine (James Howlett), numerous others (all from Earth-616)

Known Relatives: Heron (Growler, uncle)

Aliases: "Kitty"

Base of Operations: None

First Appearance: Spider-Man III Annual#1/2 (August, 2019)

Powers/Abilities: Being an alternate version of Spider-Man (Miles Morales), Meows Morales can be presumed to be a Spider-Totem with the common abilities of Spider-Totems, such as superhuman agility and strength, and a Spider-Sense that warned him of dangers. He displayed the ability to cling to solid surfaces.

Height: Unrevealed (approximately 4'6")
Weight: Unrevealed (approximately 75 lbs.)
Eyes: Unrevealed
Hair: Black


(Spider-Man III Annual#1/2 (fb) - BTS) - Meows Morales was an anthropomorphic cat, presumably from Earth-8311, also referred to as the Larval Earth. A nephew of Heron (also known as the Growler), he was as an adventurer wearing a costume similar to that of his Earth-1610 counterpart, Miles Morales.

(Spider-Man III Annual#1/2) - Meows Morales participated in the "Secret Roar," an event in which comedic and humorous adventurers from Larval Earth fought against their more serious and supposedly important counterparts from the prime universe. The event was narrated by the Watchdog (Chewatu) and observed by an unidentified animal-themed cosmic being. During the fight, Meows Morales was smashed into the window of a bar in which Spider-Ham (Peter Porker) and Howard the Duck had decided to take a break from the fighting, seeing it as fruitless. Meows asked whether any of them have seen his Uncle Heron but Peter and Howard merely wished him well and continued to trade in fourth-wall breaking observations instead.

Comments: Created by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller and Jason Latour.

The entire story is both a humorous one and fourth-wall breaking in nature. The presence of Chewatu suggests that the animal side is represented by inhabitants of Earth-8311 while the opposing side resembles the Prime Marvel Universe. However, both of those universes are stated to be destroyed by the end of the first Secret Roar and the rebooted versions are shown to be different from them, specifically in the presence of Webster from Earth-31232 and Howard the Pork from Earth-19820. This makes it unclear whether Meows Morales was destroyed along with his reality and whether he was recreated when it was brought back.

Actually, just because Chewatu appears does not definitively mean that the animal side inhabitants were from Earth-8311, though it does seem likely that they WERE Earth-8311. Since we don't know for sure, it is listed as "presumably" Earth-8311 in this profile but if something later comes along to fully confirm it, we will update the profile as needed. As for whether Meows Morales exists in the rebooted reality, well, we have another cartoon animal Miles Morales counterpart in Spider-Mole, who is also presumably from Earth-8311 without direct confirmation. Perhaps when Meows' reality rebooted, he became Spider-Mole, but Spider-Mole appeared earlier than Meows. Then again, if they are both from Earth-8311, it wouldn't be the first time that an Earth-616 character had two counterparts on Earth-8311 (Black Cat vs. Black Catfish, for example) or it's equally possible that Spider-Mole is not a direct counterpart to Earth-1610's Miles Morales since we never see his true identity whereas Meows Morales IS a direct counterpart. As it is and since we don't know more, we can assume they are both presumably from Earth-8311. --Proto-Man

Profile by HBK123.

Meows Morales should not be confused with:

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Spider-Man Annual III#1, p28, pan4 (Meows Morales, main image)
Spider-Man Annual III#1, p28, pan2 (Meows hitting glass window)

Spider-Man Annual III#1/2 (August, 2019) - "A Secret Roar Rages?" - Phil Lord, Christopher Miller (writers), Jason Latour (writer, art, colors), Danny Khazem, Devin Lewis (editors)

First Posted: 08/17/2022
Last updated: 08/17/2022

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