RICH REVIEWS: Tigress # 12

Title: Tigress # 12
Publisher: Heroic Publishing
Creator: Dennis Mallonee
Writer: Wilson Hill
Artist: Dick Giordano
Colors: Melchman, Leonardo Freites
Letters: Comicraft’s Albert Deschesne, Dick O’Malley
Price: $ 5.99 US, $ 7.75 Can
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: “Curse of the Cat-Demon!” The Tigress stands ready on a roof top. Than she ends up at a crime scene teaming with Arcana the Witchgirl. These two do end up working well together. Tigress distracts the demon as Arcana returns him home. Tigress is new at being a super-hero yet she does seem to fit in and her morals are high.
“The Scepter of Charlemagne!” Tigress and her friends are at the Huntington Library. They are enjoying their day of culture. The Tigress now senses when something or someone is wrong.
The art at times makes the characters look great and other times it is lacking the emotion that should be there. The fight scenes have action yet they should be more intense.
The Tigress soon finds herself in a battle with the Whipperette. Things do take some twists and turns here and Tigress is left standing. She does seem to get involved with magic a lot for someone who hates it.
The Tigress does find herself getting into trouble wherever she goes. Yet she stands up doing what is right and faces evil in any form. She shows what a true hero is.

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