Princess Python

Princess Python is the name of two characters in Marvel Comics.

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Ringmaster (comics) - Fictional Character Biography - Ringmaster II
... the Strongman, The Great Gambonnos (acrobats and gymnasts) and Princess Python, the Snake Charmer ... he briefly abandoned the Circus of Crime, who became the Masters of Menace (a name Princess Python thought up) led by the Clown ... wanted by the Police, though it is later claimed the DA got the truth out of Princess Python ...
Serpent Squad - Fictional Group History
... At this time, Princess Python joined the group ... in his Nomad identity, who defeated the Eel and Princess Python ... Former Serpent Squad members Cobra and Princess Python also joined the Society ...
Serpent Society - Membership - Princess Python
... Princess Python (Zelda DuBois), a professional criminal and snake charmer, is a member of the Circus of Crime who has control over a large python ... When the Society was hired to kill MODOK, the Princess lost her nerve and abandoned her peers during the assignment to track him down ... The Princess re-joined her old cohorts ...
Serpent Society - History
... consists of the second and current Viper (who was also formerly Madame Hydra), the Eel, Princess Python, Cobra, and the Atlantis Warlord Krang ... other snake-themed criminals, these included the Asp, Diamondback, Constrictor, Cobra, Princess Python, the Viper, the Rattler, Cottonmouth, and Bushmaster ... Death Adder, Asp, Diamondback, Cottonmouth, Cobra, Bushmaster, Rattler, and Princess Python became charter members of the Serpent Society ...
Princess Python - Other Versions - Ultimate Marvel
... Princess Python appeared in the Ultimate Marvel universe as a member of the all-female Serpent Squad ... Unlike her Earth-616 version, this Princess Python has super-strength and was able to knock a piece of the Thing's body off him ...

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