|“||You laughed at me. But now, revenge!||„|
|~ Abrakadaver seeking vengeance on the world of the living.|
Abracadaver (also known as "The Magical Zombie") is the main antagonist of the episode of the same name in The Powerpuff Girls cartoon series. He is an undead magician with frightening magical powers and an enemy of the Powerpuff Girls.
He was voiced by Frank Welker.
Abracadaver was once a famed magician by the name Al Lusion known by everyone in the City of Townsville. One day when he was preforming, he asked for a volunteer which was a little girl and her teddy bear. The magician made the teddy bear disappear, but while accepting applause forgot to return the teddy. The little girl was wondering where her teddy was began searching for it to the magician's humiliation when she accidentally pulled his pants down in front of everyone. Freaking out at the humiliation, Al Lusion stumbles and falls into an iron maiden on stage, killing him.
Decades later, he returns from beyond the grave and becomes a zombie with a new name; "Abracadaver," terrorizing the City of Townsville. The Powerpuff Girls arrive to stop the supernatural mayhem caused by Abracadaver. When he looks at Blossom, she reminds him of the young child with the teddy bear whom he blames for his shame and death. He uses a grand finale in which the hypnotized Blossom is being rolled up in sleeves and he rolls her towards an spiked iron maiden until she is ensnared in the trap. It looks as if he killed her, and even the townspeople and narrator think she is gone for good, but as it turns out in the end, it is Blossom, very much alive, who pulled the last magic trick on Abracadaver. The narrator then states that he loves the voodoo that the girls do.
- He was voiced by Frank Welker, who also voiced Doctor Claw and Soundwave which are inspirations for Abracadaver's voice. He has a slight Russian accent.
- If you look closely at the opening sequence you can see Abracadaver. He comes right after Fuzzy Lumpkin and the evil cat. You can see his body standing in front of Elmer S. Glue.
- His human name Al Lusion is a pun of the word "illusion".
- He can still control his dismembered body parts, since he managed to do hypnosis with only his arm.