Pussy Katnip

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Feline singer and owner of the Katnip Kafe that appeared randomly as a back-up feature in random Fox Feature Syndicate comic books from 1944 to 1946. Ms. Katnip and her firefighter boyfriend George frequently butted heads with local small-time hoodlums Boss and Mugsy. At which point she would drink her secret family recipe "Katnip Fizz" which gave her super-fury and a extra clear and intelligent head. But somehow, not a costume.

An interesting but unsuccessful attempt to combine funny animal comics, superhero comics, and detective comics. Also, the series is poorly drawn, and her character design is off-putting.

Mostly drawn by Len Short.

Appearances

  • "Pussy Katnip Saves the Day at the Races" All Top Comics (1944)
  • "Why, hello George!" All Top Comics (1944)
  • "The Cat's Meow" All Good Comics (November 1944)
  • (no title)" The Book of Comics (1944)
  • "The Unfortunate Fortune Teller" Everybody's Comics (1944)
  • "Eviction Enigma" All Your Comics (December 1944)
  • "All set for another adventure with Pussy Katnip, proprietress of the best cafe..." The Green Mask #11 (November 1944)
  • In this story, Pussy Katnip, toast of all who come to her night club, sings three numbers..." The Green Mask vol.2, #2 (#13, Summer 1945)
  • "Safe In a Storm" Book of All-Comics (1945)
  • "Cake Walk" Ribtickler (1945)
  • "Spots a Spook" Ribtickler (1945)
  • "The Fizz That Fizzled" Rocket Kelly #2 (Winter 1945)
  • "Our heroine has long held the title..." Book of All-Comics (1945)
  • "Adventure of the Talking Pearls" Ribtickler #1 (1945)
  • "Dancing Class" Ribtickler #1 (1945)
  • "Even the air ain't safe these days" All Great Comics (1945)
  • "Pussy Redecorates Her Cafe" All Great Comics (1945)
  • (no title) Book of All-Comics (1945)
  • "In this story, Pussy Katnip, toast of all who come to her night club, sings three numbers..." Everybody's Comics #1 (1946)
  • "Orchids for temptation" Zoot Comics #1 (Spring 1946)