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On the bottom of the letters page of The Amazing Spider-Man #194, a thumbnail of the intended cover for Spider-Woman #9 appears along with a rejected cover for The Amazing Spider-Man #194.
Expert burglar Excellent street fighter Highly skilled martial artist Probability manipulation Enhanced agility via earrings Above average strength via micro-servos in costume Retractable claws and grappling hooks via gloves Ability to see in various ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum via contact lenses Formerly: Superhuman strength, speed, agility and endurance Night vision Retractable talons The Black Cat (Felicia Hardy) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Created by writer Marv Wolfman and artist Keith Pollard, she first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #194 (July 1979).
Felicia Hardy is the daughter of a world-renowned cat burglar.
After suffering a traumatic event as a college freshman, she trained herself in various fighting styles and acrobatics and, after deciding to follow in her father's footsteps, adopted her costumed identity as the Black Cat.
After the third issue the series went on a hiatus until 2005, when Smith revealed he had finally finished writing the scripts.
Smith has stated, "While I have zero defense for my lateness (particularly when folks like Bendis turn out great stories in multiple books on a monthly basis), I will say this: it's a much better story now than it would've been had I completed it back in '02." In the mid-2000s, she starred alongside Wolverine in a limited comic book miniseries titled Claws.A sequel to this miniseries, entitled Claws II, began publication in July 2011.In 1979, creator Marv Wolfman was looking for a female foil for Spider-Woman.He decided to base a character on a Tex Avery cartoon "Bad Luck Blackie", in which a black cat brought misfortune to anyone in close proximity.When Wolfman changed writing assignments within Marvel Comics to The Amazing Spider-Man, he brought his character with him.He made considerable changes to the character and her appearance over this time; the Black Cat intended to debut in Spider-Woman had only her name and powers in common with the one who finally appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man.