White Rabbit

    Character » White Rabbit appears in 141 issues.

    The White Rabbit is a young woman with a dangerous obsession with Lewis Carroll. She is an enemy of Spider-Man.

    Short summary describing this character.

    White Rabbit last edited by Superhero926 on 09/05/22 02:17PM View full history


    Born from a wealthy family, the White Rabbit grew up in a safe, secure environment and was showered with all the material possessions she desired. However, she was bored, and only found entertainment from old novels, such as Alice in Wonderland, her favorite.


    White Rabbit was created by J.M. Dematteis and Kerry Gammil and first appeared in Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 issue 131 (1983).

    Major Story Acrs

    Becoming a Villain

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    As Lorina grew older, her family married her off to an older gentleman named Lewis Dodson. She eventually had him killed, and used her inheritance to buy various gadgets so that she could experience a life full of danger and excitement.

    While the White Rabbit is clearly insane, she is quite articulate and has a great knowledge of literature. She spent her first days as a criminal robbing various fast food joints, most notably " Kwikkee Burgers." She and her gang were eventually confronted by the Frog-Man, who was able to defeat her hired help only with Spider-Man' s aid. The White Rabbit escaped, but struck later at a book fair, where she found the two super heroes once again. The White Rabbit, witnessing her men getting defeated, fled using her jet-boots, but they began to malfunction, allowing Frog-Man to knock her into a building.

    Revenenge on Frog-man

    Much later, she resurfaced, plotting to get her revenge on Frog-Man. She allied herself with the Walrus, but they were defeated by Spider-Man, Frog-Man, and Frog-Man's father, Leapfrog. Ditching the Walrus, she popped up again later with two new villains, Mad Hatter and Dormouse, though they were both actually hired actors as no other supervillains would work with the White Rabbit.

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    She formed a new plan by capturing Grizzly and Gibbon and ransoming them for one billion dollars in gold. She also created several genetically-altered rabbits, who were ready to eat the two so-called heroes. The Mayor, however, only offered the White Rabbit $2.50, which caused her to raise the ransom to five billion dollars, but Spider-Man, under the alias of the Bombastic Bag-Man, infiltrated the White Rabbit's hideout and battled her giant robot. She was then knocked out by Grizzly.


    Following that event, the White Rabbit became romantically involved with Arcade, and updated her outfit. Wolverine and Black Cat eventually caught the pair and took them to the Savage Land, where the White Rabbit became queen of a group of tribal warriors. She somehow made it back to the United States, where she fired Mallory Book as her lawyer.

    With the Hood

    Recently, the White Rabbit joined the Hood's army. She, among several other enemies of Spider-Man, was hired to kill Mister Negative.

    Hateful Hexad and Escaping with her Life

    Some months later, White Rabbit joined and lead a new group of supervillains named the Hateful Hexad and start robberies throughout the New York area. While on one robbery, White Rabbit and the other members encounter both Spider-Man and Deadpool. The team fought the two heroes, but where soon stopped in their tracks when they encountered another supercreature named Itsy Bitsy. This creature killed most of the supervillain group. White Rabbit was saved by Deadpool, and managed to flee the scene, escaping with her life. The only other survivor was fellow-member Swarm.

    In Other Media


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    • White Rabbit was featured in Hasbro's Marvel Legends line as part of the Demogoblin Build-a-Figure wave.

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