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Dorothy Walker is a fictional character in Marvel Comics. She was created by Otto Binder and Ruth Atkinson and first appeared in Miss America Magazine #2 (November 1944). She was reintroduced in The Defenders #89 (November 1980) by David Michelinie and Mike Harris as a radical departure from her initial conception.


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Dorothy Walker was introduced as Betty Walker, the typical doting mother of Patsy Walker. This existence was revealed to have been a comic book written by Dorothy and loosely inspired by the teenage Patsy’s life. Because of this Patsy was cared for by their housekeeper Dolly Donahue. While Dorothy bathed in the success of her comic, Patsy loathed it and their relationship was heavily strained. When she divorced her husband, Joshua, she got custody of Patsy and her brother Mickey due to her wealth.

Dorothy did not approve of Patsy’s marriage to Buzz Baxter and when the two ended up divorcing, Dorothy lost contact with her daughter. Years later, Dorothy was stricken with cancer and died before she got to see Patsy again. Patsy realized that despite her mother’s sometimes cold attitude towards her, she was doing everything she could to forgive her. Unbeknownst to her, Dorothy attempted to make a deal with the demon Avarrish. In exchange for Patsy’s soul, Dorothy would be restored to life without cancer. However, Avarrish failed and Dorothy remained dead.

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