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1615: The Cat #3

" From Far Beneath the Mirror of the Moon "
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The Cat #3
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Editor-in-Chief: Roy Thomas
Cover Artists: Rich Buckler
Writers: Linda Fite
Pencilers: Paty Greer
Inkers: Bill Everett
Colourists: Stan Goldberg
Letterers: Jean Izzo (Jean Simek)
Editors: Roy Thomas
Cover Date: April 1973
Release Date: January 1973
Story Arc: -
Pages: 20
Cover Price: $0.20
Times Read: 149                 Times Rated: 93
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Tomb of Dracula #8 (v1)
Hero for Hire #7
The Cat #3
The Cat #4
Marvel Team-Up #8 (v1)
1613: Tomb of Dra...
#8 (v1)
1614: Hero for Hi...
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1616: The Cat
#4
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#8 (v1)
 
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Issue Blurb
Following her confrontation with the Owl, Greer decides to bring her mentor to a lake house retreat to recover. When her senses pick up strange sonar emanations in the lake, she can't help but investigate.
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Character Appearances
 
Main Characters
  The Cat
The Cat last appeared in The Cat #2. The Cat next appears in The Cat #4.
     
Supporting Characters
  Joanne Tumolo
Joanne Tumolo last appeared in The Cat #2. Joanne Tumolo next appears in Giant-Size Creatures #1.
     
  I. O. Belag
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by I. O. Belag in the mainstream continuity.
     
  Ben Richards
Ben Richards last appeared in The Cat #2.
     
Villains
  Commander Kraken
Commander Kraken last appeared in Sub-Mariner #27 (v1). Commander Kraken next appears in Iron Man #93 (v1).
     
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RikerDonegal
   March 31, 2016
Quality takes a nose-dive with this third issue.
It was average superhero fare until the last few scenes, where it was off into 'Huh?!' territory.
Greer was way too trusting of her new-found friends (unless you count her woman's intuition) and the twist that they are aliens made no great amount of sense.
4/10
 
 
 
 
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Comments
   
 
  Redsvetz Says:    
  2012-06-01 12:23:54  
  Kap'n Kraken is back with the most bitchin' boots in the biz!  
 
 

  Kez Says:    
  2012-10-02 15:25:59  
  Well at least it didn't have aliens... Oh wait. :/  
 
 

  skalchemist Says:    
  2013-12-01 22:36:19  
  I really can't help myself. Greer just kicks butt so thoroughly with almost no himt of sexism in the plot line that I have to love this. It's a shame, really, that this character will spend the rest of her career in a bikini.  
 
 

  leisch Says:    
  2014-02-13 16:37:37  
  The Owl, Commander Kraken, they just plain never gave Cat the chance to succeed as a series.  
 
 

  Magik_Rune Says:    
  2014-09-06 07:40:08  
  And the point of that story was...? Eh, whatever.  
 
 

  TheAmazingGatorMan Says:    
  2015-03-13 08:37:08  
  Witty puns and quips is just not her forte.  
 
 

  duncanm @ skalchemist (original post):    
  2015-05-14 19:15:22  
  Well that's like saying that Beast will spend the rest of his career in a speedo. While technically true, neither are flashing any skin since they're covered in fur head to toe.
I actually liked the aliens twist at the end, though it makes the fact they had a bunch of Navy uniforms pretty dark. Either they've infiltrated the US armed forces, or they kidnapped and/or murders navy officers for their uniforms.
 
 
 

  jareth Says:    
  2016-04-03 10:38:33  
  I want to see the part where her date realizes that the keys to his boat are missing and asks her "what the hell?"  
 
 

  Namtrahj Says:    
  2016-05-12 13:52:04  
  The Cat visits Sealab.  
 
 

  MattzLadd Says:    
  2016-07-12 10:23:10  
  You mean I have to wait until 1976 before Commander Kraken returns AGAIN? Darn.  
 
 

  MattzLadd Says:    
  2016-07-12 10:42:20  
  Fun Fact: Frank Miller sent a letter that appeared in the Letters Page of this issue - praising the Cat and saying it had 'good writing'. Perhaps he read a different book to what we did.  
 
 

  Locust75 Says:    
  2017-03-04 21:35:55  
  Just 2 stars for the Cat fishing for some calamari!!!

Credit Due - Paty Greer pencils this issue who usually is the colorist. I wonder if that is where they got Cat's first name from??

House Call - I wouldn't mind that nurse taking care of me!!!

Things To Come - Greer already looks good in a bikini!!!

Nine Lives - Cat was just a little too trusting in telling her life story to a bunch of strangers...

'Nuff Said - "COMMANDER KRAKEN! Surely you've heard of me, captain!"-Commander Kraken, Fry Cook at Long John Silver's
 
 
 

 
 
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Updates
Date User Name Update
   July 12, 2016 MattzLadd Added I. O. Belag to the issue.
   July 12, 2016 MattzLadd Updated the listing for Commander Kraken.
   July 12, 2016 MattzLadd Updated the listing for The Cat.
   July 9, 2016 fragsel Added Ben Richards to the issue.
   July 22, 2013 TStarnes Updated the listing for The Cat.
     
 
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