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Pink Lady
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Powers:
The Pink Lady had a variety of powers, which could possibly be mystical in nature. She could appear and disappear in clouds of smoke, and her hair appeared to made of similar pink smoke, which she could shape at will. She appeared to be summoned by exposing the Pink Mink to oxygen. Her existence in Earth’s plane appeared to have an effect on latent psychosomatic mutants, transforming them into “Pink Psychos.” It appeared that the longer she remained in Earth’s dimension, the more Pink Psychos appeared all over the world. She also appeared to have a hypnotic affect on those in her immediate vicinity, which caused those affected by it to think of nothing but her. She could also only become visible to those whom she wished to see her.

Bio:
The Pink Lady is an apparently magical woman of unknown origin, whose existence dates back to the 13th century.

A scientific research facility hired Wolverine to track down the Pink Mink artifact, which had been stolen by the Collector, an obsessive art collector. Wolverine quickly proceeded to break into the Collector’s mansion and destroy many of his artifacts, one of which contained the stolen Mink. Upon the Pink Mink’s contact with oxygen, pink smoke filled the mansion and at a stroke of lightning, the Pink Lady appeared to Wolverine, only to vanish moments later, the Pink Mink in tow. Later, after Wolverine and Doop had double checked the Collector’s mansion, the Pink Lady once again appeared to Wolverine. As Wolverine chatted with the Pink Lady, Doop looked over, only to see Wolverine talking to a lamppost. After meeting the Pink Lady, Wolverine became obsessed with finding her again. Doop began to think Wolverine was going crazy until he himself was contacted by the Pink Lady in a bar, where Doop asked if he could touch her. Wondering what Doop was up to, Wolverine looked over, only to see Doop falling in love with a mop. Wolverine quickly went to the restroom and contacted Professor Xavier, explaining that he thought Doop was going crazy. Upon his return, he found Doop fighting for life against a small group of “Pink Psychos.” After the defeat of those particular Pink Psychos, Wolverine and Doop walked off in search of the Pink Lady, both thinking each other to be the crazy one.

Hunter Joe, who had been hired by Wolverine's impatient employer to track down Wolverine and Doop and retrieve the Pink Mink, tracked her down to the Blush nightclub and captured her (this was either witnessed by Professor Van Hosen, or he was informed of it subsequently).

As Wolverine and Doop continued their search for the Pink Lady and the Mink, Pink Psychos began to appear all over the globe and they began to congregate in Toronto, Canada. Wolverine and Doop met with a Professor Van Hosen, and he explained that the Pink Lady had been taken captive by Hunter Joe. The duo then busted into the scientific research facility and demanded to know Hunter Joe’s whereabouts. Upon arriving at Joe’s hideout, the duo discovered the Pink Lady, bound and hanging above a fire pit, with a metallic lock over her Mink to prevent the Mink from contacting oxygen and affecting Joe. As Hunter Joe was about to kill Wolverine and Doop, the Pink Psychos burst into his hideout and killed Joe. After the battle, the Pink Lady met Professor Van Hosen, Wolverine, and Doop for celebratory drinks. During their drinks, Doop and Wolverine got into a fight over which one she liked more. Bored with their antics, the Pink Lady asked Professor Van Hosen if he cared to join her in finding entertainment elsewhere. He agreed, but before they could leave, Wolverine demanded the Pink Mink from the Pink Lady. The next morning, Wolverine and the Pink Lady awoke, apparently sharing a night of love at a ritzy hotel. As the Pink Lady and Wolverine got out of bed, Doop came in with two Pink Minks, claiming in his own language that the Mink somehow asexually reproduced over the night. Solving both Wolverine’s and the Pink Lady’s problems by allowing her to keep one of the Minks and Wolverine to turn in the second one, the Pink Lady gave Doop a small kiss.

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First Appearance: Wolverine/Doop (2003) #1

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Issue Appearances:
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z: Update (2007)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
Wolverine/Doop (2003)

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