- What is four-footed in the morning, two-footed at noon and three-footed at night?
- -- Cat Girl (Sphinx riddle)
Appearing in "The Monster of the Mystery World"
- Lizard-Man (Dies)
- Prince Loum
Synopsis for "The Monster of the Mystery World"
While visiting China, Jaguar and his friend are propelled, by a sled-rocket, into a mystery world. There, they are asked by the primitive natives to battle a Giant Lizard-Man.
Appearing in "The Return of the Cat Girl"
- Two-Dimensional Creatures
- Mr. Prentiss
Synopsis for "The Return of the Cat Girl"
While Ralph is on a cruise to Egypt, a circus train crashes, and several of the animals are on the loose in a big city. The Jaguar hears a radio announcement about this, and rushes to the town to help return them to their cages.
Back on the cruise ship again, Ralph continues his journey to the Valley of the Sphinxes. When he docks, he meets up with a few archaeologists, and explores the ancient ruins. Soon, the Sphinxes come alive, as Cat Girl approaches them. She threatens the exploration team that they're invading her valley and they will perish because of it. While everyone else is talking to Cat Girl, Ralph takes cover and becomes the Jaguar. His powers are useless against fighting the creatures because they're stone, not "organic" animals. He begins to smash and crumble the creatures, and Cat Girl implores him to stop, for he's destroying beautiful ancient relics.
No sooner does he stop attacking them, when Cat Girl and her Sphinxes suddenly vanish. Cat Girl's plead for help begin to echo through the valley. Using his acute smell, Jaguar follows a trail to another dimension.
There, he sees Cat Girl being shoved into a volcano pit by strange "two-dimensional" creatures. He saves her and they return to Egypt together. Cat Girl gives Jaguar a big kiss, but is conflicted, as a woman she is grateful for the rescue, but as the villainous "Queen of Cats" she will remain his bitter enemy.
Appearing in "The Secret of Jaguar Junction"
- Nick Bryle
Synopsis for "The Secret of Jaguar Junction"
When the Jaguar rescues a small town from an earthquake, they rename it "Jaguar Junction."
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- Answer to the Sphinx riddle: Man... for in childhood he creeps on hands and knees, in manhood he walks erect on two legs, and in old age he is hunched with a cane.
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