Little is detailed about Black Cat’s life before the zombie plague arrived on Earth-2149, however it can be presumed that it followed much the same path as Black Cat (Earth-616).
Black Cat was infected quite early, as a zombified Black Cat was seen by Spider-Man and Ashley J. Williams seemingly infecting Iron Fist, who punched a hole straight through her. However, Iron Fist seemingly managed to escape unscathed.
Unable to gain access to the fortress, presumably, Felicia got held up by the risen Deadite Legion, and at some point returned to New York.
Though, her ultimate fate is unknown, it can be presumed that Black Cat was fried when the Power Cosmic Zombies tested out their new powers.
Probability Field Manipulation: The Black Cat is imbued with a geniune ability to cause "bad luck" by scientists working for the Kingpin through a bargain made with him. This power allows her to subliminally affect probability fields, which will cause improbible, though not impossible, events of "bad luck" to occur to enemies within her line of sight. However, this ability was removed from her by Dr. Strange, though the process mutated her body and granted her certain feline abilities including superhuman agility, reflexes, infrared vision, and retractable claws.
Excellent gymnastic. Trained in several martial arts. Master thief.
Balance-enhancing earrings. Infrared contact lenses. Projectile grappling hook. Extendable electro-claws.
- The character of Black Cat was created by Marv Wolfman, and Keith Pollard.
- The zombified Black Cat of Earth-2149 first appeared in Ultimate Fantastic Four: Crossover by Mark Millar and Greg Land.
- The reality of Earth-2149 was created by Mark Millar and Greg Land, in Ultimate Fantastic Four: Crossover.
- During his Joe Friday 100, Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada was asked how an unzombified Black Cat could have been present at the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier despite having been seen as a zombie earlier. He explained that "the MZ world is not exactly like the regular Marvel Universe. Our Captain America is their “Colonel America”. Their Reed Richards is evil. A lot of the costumes are from different eras in our world. We assumed it was obvious from the context that in the MZ world, Felicia Hardy has a twin sister, Felicity Hardy, who is the costumed adventurer known as Night Cat."
- 4 Appearances of Felicia Hardy (Earth-2149)
- Minor Appearances of Felicia Hardy (Earth-2149)
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- 3 Images featuring Felicia Hardy (Earth-2149)
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- Character Gallery: Felicia Hardy (Earth-2149)
- Characters killed by Black Cat
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