This is information regarding an alter ego. For information on the real identity, see Carmelita Aves
|Affiliation(s)||The Flock of Fury|
|Alter Ego(s)||Carmelita Aves|
|First Appearence|| Enter the Cuervo (Cameo)
Eye Caramba! (Main)
|Voiced by||Grey DeLisle|
Voltura (Voutrila in Spanish) is the supervillain persona of Carmelita Aves. A member of the Flock of Fury, she most likely serves as second in command to her mother and teammate, Lady Gobbler. Like the rest of the Flock, Voltura is also one of the few individuals that actually puts effort in keeping her identity secret; for most others in the show that have alter egos, people know who is who.
Like the other members of the Flock of Fury, Voltura dons a bird themed helmet, black gloves with talons, as well as a black body suit. She also wears a black cape that resembles the wings of a vulture. Her ensemble's accent color is green.
Powers and Abilities
She combines physical moves and Lasers in her attacks, similar to the other members of the team. Her attacks seem to specialize in speed, as she appears to be the fastest member of the team. She also has a powerful punch attack that seems to be the same power strength as White Pantera's Power Punch Kick.
Just as with the other members of the Flock, Voltura possesses:
- A rocket booster for flight
- A wrist communicator
- Acrobatic skill
- Laser weapons with the ability to combine with the weapons of the other members.
Not much of Voltura's actual personality is known other than the standard greediness and confidence that comes with most other villains, and that she seems to be a somewhat straightforward 'no-nonsense' woman. It's also very well established that she has not gotten over the breakup between herself and White Pantera, which had occurred at some point in their high school years Like the other members of her team, she harbors a strong hatred of the Rivera family, and an extreme distrust of El Tigre.
- The only time she's ever been seen out of costume was in Tigre+Cuervo Forever.
- She constantly claims to have been the one to break up with Rodolfo, only to be told by another character that it was the other way around.
- Supposedly, her civilian identity assumed the role of the Leone School's art teacher.