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Kitty Pryde (Earth-1610)
Kitty Pryde
Full Name: Katherine Pryde
First Appearance: Ultimate X-Men #21
Created by: Mark Millar, Adam Kubert
Home Universe: Earth-1610
Alignment: Good
Status: Deceased
Place of Birth: New York City, New York
Citizenship: American
Base: Utopia; formerly Morlock Tunnels, Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters
Affiliations: X-Men, Mutant Resistance
Powers/Abilities:
Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 120 lbs (55 kg)
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Unique Features: None

"My Name is Kitty Pryde. I'm sixteen years old -- And this is the story of how I became the most feared and hated terrorist in the history of the United States."
— Kitty Pryde


Kitty Pryde, also known as Shadowcat, Shroud, and Spider-Girl, is the current leader of the X-Men and both the founder and leader of the Mutant Resistance. Kitty was previously in a serious relationship with Spider-Man and was even his partner for a time.

HistoryEdit

Powers & AbilitiesEdit

PowersEdit

  • Molecular Repulsion: Kitty is capable of generating a form of molecular repulsion that causes her molecules to move away from and around other molecules as well as condense them. This renders her body ephemeral, allowing her to pass through solid objects, walk on thin air, utilize her magnetic distortion to scramble electronic systems, and extend her intangibility to anything she touches, while hyper-dense however she gains a level of invulnerability and super strength. This was first demonstrated by her counterpart from approximately 20 years in the future and acquired sometime in the 6 months after the events of Ultimatum.

NotesEdit

  • Kitty is a devoted practitioner of the Jewish faith. Much like her mainstream counterpart, her devotion to her Jewish faith is evidenced by her ever-present Star of David.

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