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Princess Pantha is one of the many characters inspired by Sheena, Queen of the Jungle that appeared in the 1940s. Her origin story is told in her first appearance: Pantha is a circus performer visiting Africa to find a legendary wild gorilla for her act. She was accidentally stranded in the jungles of Africa for several months, and survived by virtue of her ability to sound like a gorilla. She soon replaces her Western clothing with her trade-mark leopard-skin bikini.

Princess Pantha is one of the many characters inspired by Sheena, Queen of the Jungle that appeared in the 1940s. Her origin story is told in her first appearance: Pantha is a circus performer visiting Africa to find a legendary wild gorilla for her act. She was accidentally stranded in the jungles of Africa for several months, and survived by virtue of her ability to sound like a gorilla. She soon replaces her Western clothing with her trade-mark leopard-skin bikini.

Princess Pantha was an expert animal trainer for the National Circus in the United States when she heard of a monster gorilla terrorizing the...

Princess Pantha was an expert animal trainer for the National Circus in the United States when she heard of a monster gorilla terrorizing the...

The Comic Book Catacombs: Sheena, Queen of the Jungle in "Cannibal Bait" (Fiction House; 1942)

The Comic Book Catacombs: Sheena, Queen of the Jungle in "Cannibal Bait" (Fiction House; 1942)

Tiger Girl - Tiger-Girl’s powers are never clearly defined, and their origin will likely remain forever unknown. They seem to include superhuman strength, heightened agility and an exceptional rapport with felines, including savage beasts such as tigers.  - See more at: http://www.writeups.org/fiche.php?id=4507#sthash.Epia97aR.dpuf

Tiger Girl - Tiger-Girl’s powers are never clearly defined, and their origin will likely remain forever unknown. They seem to include superhuman strength, heightened agility and an exceptional rapport with felines, including savage beasts such as tigers. - See more at: http://www.writeups.org/fiche.php?id=4507#sthash.Epia97aR.dpuf

The Comic Book Catacombs: Tiger Girl in "The Jewels of Jeopardy" (Fiction House;1948)

The Comic Book Catacombs: Tiger Girl in "The Jewels of Jeopardy" (Fiction House;1948)

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