List of fictional cats in comics

This list of fictional cats and other felines in comics is subsidiary to the list of fictional cats. It is restricted solely to notable feline characters from notable comics. For characters that appear in several separate comics, only the earliest appearance will be recorded here.

Character Origin Notes
Alley-Kat-Abra New Teen Titans Feline magician formerly with the Zoo Crew[1]
Azrael The Smurfs Gargamel's red cat
Bill the Cat Bloom County/Outland A largely comatose orange tabby
Billy Billy the Cat A Franco-Belgian comic strip by the Belgian Stéphane Colman and Stephen Desberg. Billy is formerly a boy killed in a car accident and reincarnated as a cat.
Blacksad John, main character of graphic novel series.
Bucky Katt Get Fuzzy Selfish, cynical, and lazy. His ears are nearly always drawn laid back flat on his head, a feline sign of defiance, aggressiveness and/or unfriendliness
Catbert Dilbert The evil human resources director
Chi Chi's Sweet Home An adorable gray and white kitten with black stripes wanders away from her family and is found by a young boy, Youhei, and his mother. They take the kitten home and Chi then has a splendid time living with her new family, learning about different things and meeting new people and animals. Adapted into an anime series.
Chiyo-chichi Azumanga Daioh Chiyo's "father".
Dex-Starr Green Lantern A member of the Red Lantern Corps.
Chubby Huggs Get Fuzzy Oversized, overaffectionate cartoon cat.
Doraemon Doraemon A famous children's manga series created by Fujiko F. Fujio tells a story about a blue robot cat from the future (22nd century) who helps the owner great-great grandfather, Nobita Nobi to achieve better life later. Doraemon have many gadgets and items that considered most advance technology from the future, to help Nobita Nobi dealing with his daily life.
Fat Freddie's Cat Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers
Fluffy Darkwing Duck
Garfield Garfield
Heathcliff Heathcliff Other felines from the strip include: The Catfather.[2]
Korky the Cat The Dandy
Krosp Girl Genius Emperor of All Cats.
Krazy Kat Krazy Kat
Luna Sailor Moon
Maya Azumanga Daioh Sakaki's pet Iriomote Cat.
Myšpulín Čtyřlístek A scientist.
Omaha Erotic "furry" comic book character
[3]Peekaboo Rose is Rose Rose, Jimbo, and Pasquale's cat on Rose is Rose created by Don Wimmer and Pat Brady (animator).
[4][Puss in Boots] Puss in Boots Fabled cat used in both Shrek 2 and his own titled movie.
Salem Saberhagen Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Talking, from the comic book, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and the television series of the same name in 1996, as well as the Sabrina, the Animated Series and its 2003 spinoff.
Scratch Scratch9 An ordinary house cat who gains the ability summon any of his nine lives to help him out when he's in trouble.
Sebastian Josie and the Pussycats
Sénéchal (Ratso) Cubitus Cubitus' next-door neighbor black-and-white tuxedo cat (Rival/Friend).
Solange 9 Chickweed Lane Siamese cat belonging to Edda Burber.
Streaky Supergirl
Superkatt Giggle Comics A parodied comic superhero created by Dan Gordon.
Tom Puss Oliver Bumble Rational counterpart to main character Oliver Bumble

See also

References

  1. ^ Rovin, p. 295.
  2. ^ Rovin, p. 117.
  3. ^ http://www.gocomics.com/roseisrose
  4. ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0448694/
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