|Real name:||Nora Fries|
|First Appearance:||Batman: The Animated Series|
|Created by:||Paul Dini|
|Affiliations:|| Mr. Freeze|
Nyssa al Ghul
Pyrokinesis (As Lazara)
|Portrayed by:||Vendela Kirsebom Thomessen|
Nora Fries is Mr. Freeze's "wife".
Nora met Victor Fries in a boarding school, and later they married. Shortly after, Nora fell terminally ill with a malady. Victor discovered a way to put Nora into cryostasis, hoping to sustain her until a cure could be found. In time her husband would become one of Batman's well known enemies, Mr. Freeze. Over time she would fall to pieces while in her ice state, but Freeze would put her back together.
Freeze helped Nyssa al Ghul by creating a machine for the Society that could also be used to capture Batgirl, and in return, Nyssa would help him restore his wife using the Lazarus Pit. Instead, they put Nora in the pits themselves. But because of all the years of being altered and broken, she had absorbed the pit's alchemy, giving her the powers to conjure flame and reanimate the dead. Calling herself Lazara, she became a powerful villain. Freeze later had no choice but to freeze her into a block of ice in order to stop her.
After the events of Flashpoint, it is revealed that Nora was never Victor Fries' wife and is in fact Nora Fields. Fries' became obsessed with curing Nora ever since she wound up in his department of Wayne Enterprises.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Conjure flame and reanimate the dead
In Other MediaEdit
- Main article: Nora Fries (Vendela Kirsebom Thomessen)
DC Animated UniverseEdit
- Main article: Nora Fries (DC Animated Universe)
As part of his incarceration in the city, Victor Fries arranged for his wife Nora to be moved into the city for him to continue his research into finding a way to save her life. Hugo Strange arranged to have Nora kidnapped as leverage on Fries during his psychological evaluation. After Strange learned all he could, he had Nora transported to the Joker, who is near death and needed Fries' medical knowledge. The body was hidden in an abandoned Falcone warehouse with explicit instructions to Victor that she'll only be released should he develop a cure for the disease killing Joker; however, Victor soon realizes that there is no cure (more specifically, the cure breaks down in a short period of time). Nora's cryogenic chamber is left in the possession of several of Joker's men, many of whom express interest in de-thawing and raping Nora, leaving her in a state of constant danger. Fries and Nora are reunited when Batman discovers her in the city and disables her guardians. Victor can be seen with Nora after he is informed of her location, and when visited by Batman he tells Fries to give up a life of crime for her. Victor's interview tapes go over his history with Nora and are very similar to the "Heart of Ice" episode that created Nora. Her biography states she was a very gifted dancer.