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4th Mar '14 6:21:52 AM Catbert
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* In ''Thrud The Barbarian'' there was a werehamster. As expected, he was quite monstrous.
* The Marvel Universe features a few:
** "The Cat" was once just a costumed heroine, but a ritual was performed on her, transforming her into the werecat Tigra, who would go on to join The Avengers. Her costume was later inherited by Hellcat of ComicBook/TheDefenders. There's a tug-of-war between her human and feline instincts and which has the upper hand tends to depend on the writer. One day she's able to fly interstellar spacecraft, the next she's chasing and eating mice and unable to speak (except in cat noises).
** Ursa Major is a Russian superhero able to turn into a humanoid bear.
** Catseye was a member of the Hellions and was meant as an EvilCounterpart to {{New Mutant|s}} Wolfsbane. She eventually evolved to a [[FriendlyRivalry Friendly Rival]] instead.
** Gator Grant, a [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Thing]] foe, can shift between a regular human form and the form of a humanoid alligator. At least once, his transformation was allowed to continue and he turned into regular alligator. It did not last.
* In Fred Perry's ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'', one of the main characters is one of the last Werecheetahs. Other weres include Lions, Tigers, Rats, and of course Wolves. Each subspecies is able to shift between human, animal, and a "Wolf-Man" styled hybrid form. All of the weres retain their rationality in each of their forms, although they need to learn to control their instincts during childhood. Although the weres are separate species, they are capable of spreading thirianthropy to Humans as a disease; they were originally created by a wizard as {{Super Soldier}}s before said wizard was betrayed. They have a HealingFactor for everything except attacks by another were, silver, magic, and Dwarven Steel.
* ''TangentComics'' has Wildcat, a teenage girl who transforms into a feral werecat when her handler says the word "Shazam".
* In the FurryComic Red Shetland, Eon is one of these (technically) of the Animal-Into-Man variety. Or...Normal horse into bi-pedal walking/talking horse. It's a curse thing.
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* In ''Thrud The Barbarian'' there was a werehamster. As expected, he was quite monstrous.
* The Marvel Universe features a few:
** "The Cat" was once just a costumed heroine, but a ritual was performed on her, transforming her into the werecat Tigra, who would go on to join The Avengers. Her costume was later inherited by Hellcat of ComicBook/TheDefenders. There's a tug-of-war between her human and feline instincts and which has the upper hand tends to depend on the writer. One day she's able to fly interstellar spacecraft, the next she's chasing and eating mice and unable to speak (except in cat noises).
** Ursa Major is a Russian superhero able to turn into a humanoid bear.
** Catseye was a member of the Hellions and was meant as an EvilCounterpart to {{New Mutant|s}} Wolfsbane. She eventually evolved to a [[FriendlyRivalry Friendly Rival]] instead.
** Gator Grant, a [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Thing]] foe, can shift between a regular human form and the form of a humanoid alligator. At least once, his transformation was allowed to continue and he turned into regular alligator. It did not last.
* In Fred Perry's ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'', one of the main characters is one of the last Werecheetahs. Other weres include Lions, Tigers, Rats, and of course Wolves. Each subspecies is able to shift between human, animal, and a "Wolf-Man" styled hybrid form. All of the weres retain their rationality in each of their forms, although they need to learn to control their instincts during childhood. Although the weres are separate species, they are capable of spreading thirianthropy to Humans as a disease; they were originally created by a wizard as {{Super Soldier}}s before said wizard was betrayed. They have a HealingFactor for everything except attacks by another were, silver, magic, and Dwarven Steel.
* ''TangentComics'' has Wildcat, a teenage girl who transforms into a feral werecat when her handler says the word "Shazam".
* In the FurryComic Red Shetland, Eon is one of these (technically) of the Animal-Into-Man variety. Or...Normal horse into bi-pedal walking/talking horse. It's a curse thing.
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26th Dec '13 5:24:19 PM nombretomado
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** "The Cat" was once just a costumed heroine, but a ritual was performed on her, transforming her into the werecat Tigra, who would go on to join The Avengers. Her costume was later inherited by Hellcat of TheDefenders. There's a tug-of-war between her human and feline instincts and which has the upper hand tends to depend on the writer. One day she's able to fly interstellar spacecraft, the next she's chasing and eating mice and unable to speak (except in cat noises).

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** "The Cat" was once just a costumed heroine, but a ritual was performed on her, transforming her into the werecat Tigra, who would go on to join The Avengers. Her costume was later inherited by Hellcat of TheDefenders.ComicBook/TheDefenders. There's a tug-of-war between her human and feline instincts and which has the upper hand tends to depend on the writer. One day she's able to fly interstellar spacecraft, the next she's chasing and eating mice and unable to speak (except in cat noises).
3rd Nov '13 2:48:06 PM Byzantine
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** Catseye was a member of the Hellions and was meant as an EvilCounterpart to {{New Mutant|s}} Wolvesbane.

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** Catseye was a member of the Hellions and was meant as an EvilCounterpart to {{New Mutant|s}} Wolvesbane.Wolfsbane. She eventually evolved to a [[FriendlyRivalry Friendly Rival]] instead.
**Gator Grant, a [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Thing]] foe, can shift between a regular human form and the form of a humanoid alligator. At least once, his transformation was allowed to continue and he turned into regular alligator. It did not last.
3rd Dec '12 12:10:38 PM CaveCat
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* In ''Thrud The Barbarian'' there was a werehamster. As expected, he was quite monstrous.
* The Marvel Universe features a few:
** "The Cat" was once just a costumed heroine, but a ritual was performed on her, transforming her into the werecat Tigra, who would go on to join The Avengers. Her costume was later inherited by Hellcat of TheDefenders. There's a tug-of-war between her human and feline instincts and which has the upper hand tends to depend on the writer. One day she's able to fly interstellar spacecraft, the next she's chasing and eating mice and unable to speak (except in cat noises).
** Ursa Major is a Russian superhero able to turn into a humanoid bear.
** Catseye was a member of the Hellions and was meant as an EvilCounterpart to {{New Mutant|s}} Wolvesbane.
* In Fred Perry's ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'', one of the main characters is one of the last Werecheetahs. Other weres include Lions, Tigers, Rats, and of course Wolves. Each subspecies is able to shift between human, animal, and a "Wolf-Man" styled hybrid form. All of the weres retain their rationality in each of their forms, although they need to learn to control their instincts during childhood. Although the weres are separate species, they are capable of spreading thirianthropy to Humans as a disease; they were originally created by a wizard as {{Super Soldier}}s before said wizard was betrayed. They have a HealingFactor for everything except attacks by another were, silver, magic, and Dwarven Steel.
* ''TangentComics'' has Wildcat, a teenage girl who transforms into a feral werecat when her handler says the word "Shazam".
* In the FurryComic Red Shetland, Eon is one of these (technically) of the Animal-Into-Man variety. Or...Normal horse into bi-pedal walking/talking horse. It's a curse thing.
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