Real Name: Felina Furr
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Teleportation, precognition, telepathy, levitation, force bolts, matter re-creation; martial artist and expert in the deadly art of Kat-Fu
Felina Furr was a martial arts instructor in the city of Mew Orleans (a parody of New Orleans, Louisiana); while engaging in a meditation session, a meteor launched by Starro the Conqueror crashed into a pot with a stirring stick in it, imbuing Felina with magical powers and transforming the stick into a magic wand (which Felina called "Magic Wanda"). Teaming up with other super-powered animals affected by the meteor, Alley-Kat-Abra and the others defeated Starro (with the aid of Superman), and decided to form the superhero team called the Zoo Crew.
Felina tended to be a friendly person, though sometimes engaged in spats with the other female team member of the Zoo Crew, Yankee Poodle. She also has a romantic relationship with Captain Carrot, which includes a few dates and some quiet jealousy when she and the Captain work with Wonder Wabbit of Earth-C-.
In Teen Titans #30-31 (December 2005-January 2006), Alley-Kat-Abra appears in a series of pages purporting to be a Zoo Crew comic published in the mainstream DC Universe, and follows the adventures of the Zoo Crew teammates in a grimmer, darker version of Earth-C. This parodied the eighties trend toward "grim and gritty" superhero comics. In these pages, Felina is shown as having become a famous magician, but has also become villainous. By the end of the series of pages, she has been arrested, was responsible for murdering teammate Little Cheese (as "cats hate mice"), and also sent teammate Fastback into the future.
In Captain Carrot and the Final Arc, it is revealed that these crimes were actually committed by Dark Alley, an evil duplicate created by Feline Faust. The real Alley had been imprisoned by her evil twin, and was recently freed by the Zoo Crew. Initially disbelieving her story, the Crew decide to let Alley rejoin their ranks, albeit in a probationary status. At the miniseries end, Alley and the rest of the Zoo Crew are stranded on New Earth. Alley is now an ordinary cat, with no way of accessing Wanda's power.
As of Final Crisis #7, Alley's humanity and powers, along with those of her Zoo Crew teammates, are restored by the renegade Monitor Nix Uotan.
First Appearance: The New Teen Titans (1980) #16
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Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! (1982)
#1 Captain Carrot and the Final Ark (2007)
- 'The Pluto Syndrome'#2
- 'The Macabre Menace of the Mammal Called -- Armordillo!'#3
- 'And Now...A.C.R.O.S.T.I.C.!'#4
- 'His Name is...Mudd!'#5
- 'The Secret of Easter Bunny Island!'#6
- 'The Bunny From Beyond!'#7
- 'The Coming of Bow-Zar the Barkbarian!'#8
- 'Killing Time'#9
- 'Time Varmints'#10
- 'Curse of the Wuz-Wolf'#11
- 'The Wuz-Wolf's Night to Howl'#12
- 'Of Mice and Menace'#13
- 'Fowl Weather'#14
- 'Crisis On Earth-C'#15
- 'Crisis on Earth-C-Minus!'#18#19
- 'Frogzilla's Big Croak-Up!'#20
- 'The Naked Ape'
TPB Final Crisis (2008)
- 'Captain Carrot and the Final Ark'#1
- 'Chapter 1: Bad Hare Day'#2
- 'Chapter 2: Frog Day Afternoon'#3
- 'Chapter 3: The Surreal Life'
#7 Teen Titans (2003)
- 'New Heaven, New Earth'
#30 The Multiversity: Guidebook (2015)
- 'Lost and Found, Part 1'#31
- 'Lost and Found, Part 2'
The New Teen Titans (1980)
#16 The Oz-Wonderland War (1986)
- 'Starfire Unleashed!'
#1 Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985)
- 'Gillikin's Highland/Slay It with Flowers'#2
- 'Deliver Oz From Evil!/Roquat's Dread Glare!'#3
- 'Jabber-Wacky!/Oz Well That Ends Well'
- 'Abel to Auron'#26
- 'Wizard to Zyklon plus Angel & the Ape to the 1000'
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