Appearing in "Tigra - the Were-Woman!"
- 🢐 Tigra (Greer Nelson) 🢒 (First appearance as Tigra) (Main story and flashback)
- 🢐 Werewolf (Jack Russell) 🢒
- Cat People
- Mal Donalbain (Only in flashback)
- Shirlee Bryant (Only in flashback)
- Owl (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "Tigra - the Were-Woman!"
As the Cat, Greer Nelson is struck by a new Hydra weapon that will condemn her to death by radiation poisoning. To save her life, her mentor Dr.Tumolo takes her to the hidden lair of the Cat People to have her reborn as Tigra, the Were-Woman. Hydra attacks again, abducting Tigra, Tumolo, and the Cat People in an effort to gain the secret of their ultimate weapon. Jack Russell, the Werewolf, happens to be passing by when Tigra is taken and joins the fight. In order to defeat Hydra, Tumolo releases their final secret upon them, the same Black Plague that the Cat People had released and cured centuries ago.
Appearing in "Waiter, There's a Werewolf in My Soup!"
Synopsis for "Waiter, There's a Werewolf in My Soup!"
Appearing in "Where Walks the Werewolf!"
- Martin Killian (First and only known appearance; dies)
- Dr. Craig Wade (First appearance)
- Susan Wade (First appearance)
- Good Lord (Invoked)
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Synopsis for "Where Walks the Werewolf!"
An experimental surgery creates a werewolf that dies trying to kill his romantic rival.
Appearing in "Tigra's Year"
- Appearances not yet listed
Synopsis for "Tigra's Year"
- This is the first and only issue of the series. The numbering for this series continues as Giant-Size Werewolf.
- This issue is the first appearance of Greer Nelson as Tigra. She appeared last as the Cat in Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 8. She appears next in Monsters Unleashed Vol 1 10.
- Joanne Tumulo and Mal Donalbain appear in a flashback to events which were chronicled in The Cat Vol 1 1.
- Jack Russell appeared last in Werewolf by Night Vol 1 19. He appears next in Werewolf by Night Vol 1 20.
- This issue includes a text article written by Roy Thomas entitled, "Waiter, There's a Werewolf in My Soup!"
- This issue includes a text article by Tony Isabella and Gil Kane entitled, "Tigra's Year".
- Giant-Size Creatures was one of Marvel's few "Giant-Size" projects that did not correspond to an ongoing comic book series.
- Tigra's origin is also recounted in West Coast Avengers (Volume 2) Vol 1 6.