Bloody Mary

Typhoid Mary

Nick Name
Civilian ID
Mary Walker



Stage Actress

Legal Status
Citizen of the United States with a record of mental illness.
Nation or Planet of Origin
United States
Group Affiliation
Base of Operations

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

5' 10"
140 lbs.
Eye Color
Hair Color
Known Powers

Mutation resulting in telekinetic, pyrokinetic and telepathic abilities allowing her to implant subtle mental suggestions in other's minds. This ability extends to causing narcosis in animals and mentally inferior humans.

Excellent hand-to-hand combatant.

Note: Abilities are displayed as part of a multiple-personality disorder. The "Mary" personality is physically fragile, sickly and prone to epilepsy and other neurological disorders.

The "Typhoid" personality is rebellious, malevolent, murderous and takes on different physical attributes such as an erratic heartbeat, alpha biorhythms, smell and an elevated body temperature. These physical attributes appear to have no negative effects.

The "Bloody" personality is homicidally psychotic and has greater control over her mental abilities, but has rarely manifest herself.


Machetes: Long-bladed tool typically used for cutting and clearing dense jungle vegetation.

Other assorted bladed weapons.

Common Enemies



Spider-Man I

Regularly Appearing

Daredevil Vol. 1 & 2

Deadpool Vol. 3


First Appearance
Daredevil Vol. 1 #254 (May, 1988)
Ann Nocenti & John Romita Jr.


Displaying her psychosis as an infant, Mary Walker had been institutionalized from an early age, split between two distinct personalities, one sickly and introverted the other hyper-healthy and extraverted. Although the dominant personality was aware of her split-personality disorder, the introverted personality was not, and was manipulated by her darker persona.

Eventually escaping the institution, all record of Walker was lost until she reappeared as a stage actress in Chicago. She abruptly disappeared and reappeared in New York's Hell's Kitchen as a vigilante criminal. Raiding drug and gambling dens she robbed and often killed her criminal victims. Her activities brought her notice by the Kingpin, who instead of having her hunted and killed, hired her to emotionally destroy his arch-nemesis Daredevil.

Conflicted between her desires, Mary's personality became more unstable and was eventually captured and institutionalized by Daredevil. She eventually escaped again and continues her struggle with her enemies and herself as Typhoid Mary.