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Blair Hayes

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Bio:
Blair Hayes was the mother to Purple Hayes. She lived with her daughter and her husband, Dr. Timothy Hayes, in Visigoth, Massachusetts.

While Blair and her family were leaving a 10 p.m. showing of "Easy Rider" one night, they entered into the alley by the theater. They had parked their van in the alley to "keep our bread out of the system's meters." A shadowy figure stepped out and confronted them in the alley. He pulled a gun and asked for all their money. As he went to take Blair's pearl necklace from around her neck, Timothy leapt at him. The shadowy figure shot him dead and then turned the gun on Blair, shooting her square in the forehead, killing her as well. The figure then turned to their daughter, Purple, and asked "Does Satan dance the funky chicken 'neath the harvest moon?" and ran away laughing maniacally.

Purple was "so bummed" that her parents "got wasted", that she decided to dedicate her life to bringing all non-radicalized outlaws to justice. Thus, Nosferata the She-Bat was born!

Notes:
*Noserata is Steve Gerber's parody take on Batman, there fore Blair is his parody take on Martha Wayne.
The shadowy figure in the alley way was Jack Serious, Gerber's parody take on The Joker.

First Appearance: The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #19

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The Sensational She-Hulk (1989)

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