Abra Kadabra (comics)

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Abra Kadabra (Citizen Abra) is a magical supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.wikipedia
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David Dastmalchian

Abra Kadabra made his live appearance on the third season of The Flash played by David Dastmalchian.
He also played Kurt in Marvel Studios' Ant-Man (2015) and its sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), Murdoc in CBS's MacGyver, and Abra Kadabra in The CW's The Flash.

Underworld Unleashed

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Shortly after returning to the 21st century, during the Underworld Unleashed storyline, he forgoes his technological implements and tricks five Rogues into selling their souls to Neron so he can gain genuine magical powers.
Five members of the Flash's Rogues Gallery-Captain Boomerang I, Captain Cold, Heat Wave, the Mirror Master II and the Weather Wizard-are approached with an offer by fellow Rogues Gallery member Abra Kadabra, who had become an agent of the demon Neron in exchange for true magical powers to replace his technology-based magical powers.

Flash (Barry Allen)

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However, he desires a career as a performing magician, so he goes back in time to find an audience to entertain after stealing a time machine and inventing a device to paralyze the guards, and soon clashes with the Flash (Barry Allen).
They discover that Abra Kadabra was disguised as Reverse Flash to ruin the Flash's good name.

The Flash (comic book)

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Created by John Broome and Carmine Infantino, the character made his first appearance in The Flash #128 (May 1962).
Captain Boomerang first challenged the Flash in issue #117 (December 1960) and the 64th century villain Abra Kadabra was introduced in issue #128 (May 1962).

Linda Park (comics)

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Abra Kadabra later kidnapped Linda Park, the girlfriend of Wally West (Barry Allen's protégé and successor), during their wedding and erases her from history, though he is ultimately defeated with the help of Walter West, Wally's counterpart from an alternate dimension.
After many obstacles—such as Wally nearly being killed by the Black Flash and Linda being abducted and all memory of her erased by Abra Kadabra (the last requiring the aid of an alternate version of Wally to return home and convince Kadabra to reverse the spell)—they marry.

John Broome (writer)

John Broome
Created by John Broome and Carmine Infantino, the character made his first appearance in The Flash #128 (May 1962).
1960), the 64th century villain Abra Kadabra in #128 (May 1962), and Professor Zoom in #139 (Sept.

Salvation Run

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Abra Kadabra is one of the exiled villains featured in Salvation Run, along with his fellow Rogues: Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, and Mirror Master.
Major characters in the mini-series include Superman's archenemy Lex Luthor, Batman's archenemy the Joker, the "Rogues" who typically battle the Flash (Heat Wave, Captain Cold, Weather Wizard, Abra Kadabra and Mirror Master), and other morally ambiguous heroes such as Vandal Savage's daughter Scandal Savage and Batman's occasional lover Catwoman.

Heat Wave (comics)

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Abra Kadabra is one of the exiled villains featured in Salvation Run, along with his fellow Rogues: Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, and Mirror Master.
Rory later succumbed to an offer by Abra Kadabra of gaining respect and infamy in the world.

Wally West

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Abra Kadabra later kidnapped Linda Park, the girlfriend of Wally West (Barry Allen's protégé and successor), during their wedding and erases her from history, though he is ultimately defeated with the help of Walter West, Wally's counterpart from an alternate dimension.
During a confrontation with Abra Kadabra, Wally is forced to push himself so fast that he is sent into the Speed Force while trying to save her and the other Titans from being killed by Kadabra, but in a conversation with a manifestation of his memories of Linda, Wally is encouraged not to give up on the idea that he can make a new relationship with her in this timeline, subsequently using his memories of the Titans as a new 'lightning-rod' to return to Earth.

Captain Cold

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Abra Kadabra is one of the exiled villains featured in Salvation Run, along with his fellow Rogues: Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, and Mirror Master.
Captain Cold is one of the exiled villains featured in the 2007-08 miniseries Salvation Run along with his fellow Rogues: Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, Mirror Master, and Abra Kadabra.

Bart Allen

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In "One Year Later", he and several other Rogues are approached by Inertia with a plan to kill the Flash (Bart Allen).
It was later revealed that Iris only came to the past to warn her grandson about the Rogues (consisting of Abra Kadabra, Mirror Master, Heat Wave, the Pied Piper, the Trickster, Weather Wizard, and Captain Cold), led by Inertia, teaming up.

Weather Wizard

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Abra Kadabra is one of the exiled villains featured in Salvation Run, along with his fellow Rogues: Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, and Mirror Master.
Weather Wizard is one of the exiled villains featured in Salvation Run along with his fellow Rogues: Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Mirror Master, and Abra Kadabra.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold

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Mirror Master

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Abra Kadabra is one of the exiled villains featured in Salvation Run, along with his fellow Rogues: Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, and Mirror Master.
Mirror Master is one of the exiled villains in the Salvation Run along with fellow Rogues: Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, and Abra Kadabra.

Rogues (comics)

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Shortly after returning to the 21st century, during the Underworld Unleashed storyline, he forgoes his technological implements and tricks five Rogues into selling their souls to Neron so he can gain genuine magical powers.

Doctor Manhattan

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With Abra Kadabra defeated and sending him to the timestream, Lilith notes that she cannot understand Abra Kadabra's madness, but picked up a key word in his thoughts; "Manhattan".
He later causes Wally West to be removed from history by having Abra Kadabra trap him within the Speed Force, only for West to be saved by Barry, therefore initiating the events of DC Rebirth.

Zatanna

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In the teaser of "Chill of the Night!", she and Batman stop Abra Kadabra from robbing a museum exhibit displaying the history of magicians.

Belle Reve

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Secret Six (comics)

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In the alternate timeline of the Flashpoint event, Abra Kadabra is a television presenter and member of the Secret Seven.
It consists of Shade, the Changing Man; Abra Kadabra; Amethyst; Enchantress (revealed to be a spy for the Amazons); Mindwarp; Raven and Zatanna.

Iris West

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This time she is kidnapped by Polaris and Abra Kadabra and forced to write everything she knew about the future so that they could have a "roadmap into tomorrow" for their plan of world conquest.