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Origin

Tala

Tala takes great pleasure in spreading evil and chaos and in corrupting human souls. She first encountered Doctor 13 when the so - called "ghost breaker" was in Haiti where he noticed a group of people chanting near a body of water in worship of Tala. Tala was released by this ritual and went forth to spread chaos around the world.

Time and again Tala has matched her powers against those of her main nemesis, the Phantom Stranger, but without success. Her repeated attempts to seduce him into the ways of evil always meeting with failure as he resists her temptations.

Tala formed a group known as the Dark Circle - an organization of mystics dedicated to conquering the world - only to see the Phantom Stranger thwart the Dark Circle's plans of world domination. Tala then decided that if she and her group could not conquer the world, then they would destroy it. She summoned the four horsemen of the Apocalypse - the incarnations of War, Conquest, Famine and Death - and sent them to wipe out humanity.

The Phantom Stranger and his enemy Tannarak united to oppose Tala. The Stranger, held captive by Tala and the Dark Circle, freed himself by creating severe Earth tremors. Tannarak hurled himself at Tala and both fell into a fissure that opened in the ground and sealed itself behind them. With Tala defeated, the Stranger sent the Horsemen back to where they came from.

Creation

Tala was created by Neal Adams and Robert Kanigher, first appearing in The Phantom Stranger #4, November/December 1969.

Powers and Abilities

In addition to her mastery of sorcery, Tala seems to have some succubus-like skills with seduction, claiming that many men have fallen for her and her ability to give them bliss that only Chaos can bring.

Other Media

Waller and Tala

Justice League Unlimited

TV Tala appears in Justice League Unlimited as one of the heads of Project Cadmus. She, along with Amanda Waller organized the Suicide Squad-based team Task Force X. She makes numerous appearances in JLU seasons 4-5. In "Dead Reckoning", she is Gorilla Grodd's assistant in the Legion.

When Luthor is brought into the Legion, she betrays Grodd and starts a "romance" with Lex Luthor. In the end when the Legion is divided she sides with Grodd, but is captured by Luthor. Ever since he joined the Legion, Luthor sought to bring Brainiac back and he used Tala to power the generator to bring back the computer virus. When Lex set the generator off, Tala was "overloaded" with energy and most likely killed, though she managed to twist the end result of the process, returning a Brainiac-infused Darkseid who had previously perished with Brainiac.

Tala is voiced by Juliet Landau. Landau is best known for voicing Zatanna on Justice League Unlimited and for portraying Drusilla on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Tala in Batman: The Brave and The Bold

Tala appears in Batman: The Brave and the Bold in the episode ''Shadow of the bat''.

Batman and Jason Blood are looking for Tala who is attacking people as a giant vampire bat. During the battle Batman is bitten by Tala and then she was defeated by Etrigan. Batman became a vampire and turns on Black Mask, Alfred and his friends in the Justice League International.

Tala returns in The All-New Batman: The Brave And The Bold #12 when she is summoned with other villains by Klarion the Witch Boy.

In credits she is misspelled ''Dala'' confounding her with Dala, actually this is her name even in the comicbook of the series. Maybe the real plan was that Dala (Monk's vampiric follower) were the vampire girl of the episode because she actually was a vampire unlike Tala who is a sorceress, but the designer made her look like Tala by mistake.

Tala is voiced by Grey DeLisle who also voiced Fire in the same episode.

Video Games

Tala is an R&D vendor in the DC Universe Online MMO; she is found in the Magic Wing in the Hall of Doom.