Religion: mystically empowered
Alter Ego: Greer Grant
Other Names: The Cat; Greer Grant Nelson; Greer Nelson; Werecat; Werewoman; Grimalkin; "Greer Sorenson"
First Appearance: The Cat #1 (Nov. 1972): "Beware the Claws of... the Cat!"
First Appearance (Additional Details): (as The Cat) The Cat #1 (Nov. 1972): "Beware the Claws of... the Cat!"; (as Tigra) Giant-Size Creatures #1 (July 1974): "Tigra the Were-Woman!"
Super? (Has Super Powers/Special Abilities/Technology): Yes
Number of Appearances: 310
Comic Book Appearances: 299
TV, Film Appearances: 11
Worked for: Dr. Joanne Tumolo
From: "Atheist representation on the Avengers" forum discussion, started 20 June 2001 on the Comic Boards website (http://www.comicboards.com/avengers/view.php?trd=010620110715; viewed 24 May 2007):
Posted by Jae on Wednesday, June 20 2001 at 11:07:15 GMT
Atheist representation on the Avengers
The teams pretty well rounded now, but are there any atheistic members?...
Posted by Omar Karindu on Wednesday, June 20 2001 at 11:27:02 GMT
I'd also guess wildly and say that Tigra's an atheist, not because of her escapades, but rather because of her general attitude towards life...
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