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Author(s)Dick Siegel
Illustrator(s)Ernie Colón
Publisher(s)Weekly World News

SpyCat is a comic strip appearing in Weekly World News created by Dick Siegel and drawn by Ernie Colón.

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SpyCat speaks nine different languages ranging from Persian to "dog" and is armed with "Adamwestium" claws and deadly cat o' nine tails. He writes free-form poetry when not waging war on America's enemies at home and abroad. He is assisted in his campaign by his late ward SpyKitten, WarDog, a super-powered Afghan that came in from the Cold War and Schwarzenegger, a parrot that lays explosive eggs.

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