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Golani
Golani
Biographical information
Home

Israel, Earth

Aliases

Ariella Yahuda

Weapon(s) of choice

Magic

Occupation

Police officer

Affiliation

TMNT

Physical description
Species

human (magical being)

Gender

Female

Height

Changes depending on current form

Weight

Changes depending on current form

Eye color

Red/White

Out of universe information
Era(s)

Archie

Publisher

Archie Comics

First appearance

The Animus War, Part 1

Created by

Stephen Murphy
Chris Allan

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Ariella Yahuda, also called Golani, is an Israeli police officer with magical powers. She appeared in the Archie continuity.

Appearance

Ariella can transform into a scaly blue-skinned creature.

Biography

After the mutants finally able to breathe again, a member of Jerusalem's military, Private Ariella Yahuda is visit as the room that the mutants immediately have to hide. She has been assigned to act as April O'Neil’s guide/babysitter while she covers the conference. April isn’t thrilled about it, but has no choice. Once Ariella leaves, the Ninja Turtles and Ninjara engage in a rousing pillow fight while Splinter turns on CNN. They’re met with a horrible sight: everyone in the streets of Jerusalem has gone berserk, breaking out into mob violence over matters of faith. Making things worse, two monsters have joined the brawl: Katmandu and Al Falqa. April and Oyuki Mashimi attempt to check the situation out, but Ariella refuses to let them leave their room. The Turtles, however, sneak out the window.

Elsewhere, Private Ariella decides that the situation has left her no choice. Transforming into a scaly, blue-skinned creature, she declares that she must call forth the powers of Golani.

Powers and abilities

Golani possesses many magical abilities, able to fly, project energy blasts, and take the form of a blue-skinned female creature.

Trivia

  • In Hebrew, Golani's name is written גולני, and Ariella Yahuda's name is written אריאלה יהודה.
    • In Modern Hebrew, the name Yehuda is typically pronounced and transcribed with an E. Yahuda with two A's is more characteristic of the Arabic form of the name, which is written يهوذا. The Arabic form could more commonly be found among Jews in the Arab world before most emigrated to Israel during the 20th century.

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