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  • Issue #1
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 1
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Label #0190074002
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    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Label #1104704002

    Cover art by Lou Fine. "Prey of the Slavers," art by Alex Blum (as Alex Boon); Kaänga rescues Ann from the slaver, Blacton, and tells her how he came to live in the jungle. Untitled story, art by Taylor Martin; The White Panther is dispatched by his father to help Dr. White recover curative gems and to protect the Whites from Zaroff, an unethical competitor. "The Slave Raiders," script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Henry Fletcher); In return for rescuing a witch doctor, Tabu is given a "six sense" and amazing powers which he uses to combat evil and injustice in the jungle. "Queen of the Lost Empire," art by C. A. Winter; Explorer Jon Dale discovers a lost city in the jungle, ruled by Queen Camilla; Daily human sacrifices are necessary for Camilla and her people to retain their immortality. Untitled story; Terry and his lancers are assigned to a fort, deep in the jungle, and are charged with interrupting the slave trade. Untitled story; Gunrunners sell guns to the natives in Wambi's jungle, which they then use to steal gold from local prospectors; Wambi reports the crimes to the local constabulary who defeat the natives. Untitled story; Cog bails out petty criminals Buck, Rex, and Slim to use as overseers of his safari; Cog drives the natives too hard and they rebel. Untitled story; Aging Simba saves the life of his rival, Slita and then barely manages to prevent being usurped by the younger Slita; Simba concedes his pride Slita and departs. Untitled story; Safari guide Buck Barton infiltrates a leopard cult to rescue his client. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 2

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    Cover art by Will Eisner. "Terror of the Bush." script by Red Bradey, art by Ken Jackson; Ann is kidnapped by the mad scientist, Dr. Wratt, who controls a group of man-apes through hypnotism; Kaänga rescues her and Dr. Wratt is killed by his man-apes during Kaänga and Ann's escape. Untitled story, art by Arthur Peddy; The Red Panther rescues a missionary and his daughter from their captor, the witch doctor Tortug. Untitled story, art by R. L. Golden; The criminal Sanders kills an explorer for his map to the elephants' graveyard; Tabu leads the explorer's son to the graveyard where Tabu extracts revenge against the criminal. Untitled story, art C. A. Winter; Stanley, an ivory hunter, is captured by Camilla's guards; She asks him to join her and command her forces; when he refuses, she threatens to kill him with flexodium rays. Untitled story, art by Rafael Astarita; A group of French Foreign Legionnaires mutinies during an attack by Arabs and Terry must overcome both groups of adversaries. Untitled story, script by Roy L. Smith, art by Henry Kiefer (as Dekerosett); A slaver persuades a village to attack the local British garrison, believing that if the garrison can be destroyed, the slave trade will become easier. "The Revolt of the Black Continent," script by Courtney Thompson; Dawambo unites all the savage tribes of central Africa in revolt against the European powers; John Abbot, a movie producer, takes his star, Joan Sarret, to Africa to shoot footage of the rebellion. Untitled story, art by William Allison; Simba rescues a naturalist and his son from a water buffalo attack. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); Fantomah stops two ivory hunters from raiding the elephants' graveyard by using their own greed against them. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 3

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    Cover art by Charles Sultan. "Crocodiles of Death River," art by Ken Jackson; Kaänga overthrows a fraudulent witch doctor. Untitled story; The Red Panther prevents the sacrifice of a white miner to a native god. Untitled story, art by R. L. Golden (as Robert Lewis); A group of white criminals take over a village in Tabu's jungle to use as a haven from the law; Tabu kills them and restores the villagers' freedom. Untitled story, art by C. A. Winter; Exploring the ruins of Camilla's city, Jon and Ruth are taken captive by Camilla's men; Camilla again asks Jon to marry her; When he refuses, Camilla has Ruth thrown in a magic pool that ages her prematurely. "The Crawling Death" text story by Pete Wentworth. Untitled story, script by Pierre La Rue, art by Rafael Astarita; Terry and his men subdue a murderous, renegade tribe. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer (as Roy L. Smith); Ogg and Tawn rescue Wambi and Tarro when they are captured by hunters seeking animals for a circus. Untitled story, script by Courtney Thomason; Roy helps his friends the Wasangoras protect their cattle from raiders. Untitled story, art by William M. Allison; Simba temporarily adopts a lost child who then saves the pride from huntersp; Simba reunites the boy with his father and saves the father's safari from a rhinoceros. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); Fantomah prevents the looting of a sacred jungle city by transforming the looters into hideous insect men and ordering them to return to civilization. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 4

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    Untitled story, script by Red Brady, art by Ken Jackson; Kaänga and Ann are captured by Broot, who forces Kaänga to labor for him as an act of humiliation; Cheba, rescues the pair and Broot and his mean are left in a tiger trap. Untitled story; The Panther prevents two lost criminals from plundering the pitchblende of a tribe in his jungle; As punishment, he rolls the men in the pitchblende and releases them. Untitled story, art by R. L. Golden; Tabu rescues a naturalist from the Bargonans, who breed lion-leopard hybrids to eat their enemies. Untitled story, art by C. A. Winter; Camilla is exiled by her people for her cruelty; She encounters Jon and Ruth and transforms Jon into an ice statue and tells Ruth that if she will help her find the fountain of youth, Jon will be restored. "Son of the Lion" text story by Bob Clark. Untitled story, art by Rafael Astarita; The Ingaras attack Fort Death and capture Terry's men; He barely escapes and makes his way to the next outpost to raise a rescue party. "Thundering Herds," art by Henry Kiefer (as Karl Kief); Tawn and Ogg are captured by Larsen who plans to use them to lure Wambi to his death; Wambi and Lupa turn the tables on Larsen and free all the captured animals. Untitled story, art by William M. Allison; During a terrific storm, two of Simba's cubs become trapped beneath a fallen tree. Simba seeks the help of an elephant to free them. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); Fantomah stops a mad scientist who has taken control of the gorillas in the jungle, using a serum to make them super-intelligent; As punishment, she allows the gorillas to rip him to pieces. Untitled story, script by Courtney Thomason; Roy rescues his safari clients from the savage Zungos. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 5

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    Cover art by Will Eisner. Untitled story, script by Red Bradey, art by George Tuska; Ann and Cheeba help Kaänga escape after he is captured by Broot; Kaänga then uses the animals of the jungle to chase away Broot's army. Untitled story; After the Red Panther rescues a safari from poisonous ants, the Ant Woman vows revenge on the Panther and the safari leaders. Untitled story; The leopard cultist Zsingos kidnap the children of the Jibus to sacrifice to their gods; The children are rescued by Tabu after he uses his own magic to overcome the magic traps set for him by the Zsingos. Untitled story, script by Tad Carter, pencils by Bob Powell; Camilla thwarts the Viking king Lief Thorgson through superior magic; After Thorgson's death at Camilla's hand, his men agree to follow her. "Death of the Laughing Terror" text story by Lin Davies. Untitled story, pencils by Bill Bossert; The Masked Arrows capture the fort and Terry must get assistance from the local tribes to re-take it. Untitled story, pencils by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his animal friends rescue a herd of elephants from an ivory hunter and then destroy him and his steamboat with his own dynamite. Untitled story; Roy helps members of the Kubutti escape from slavers. Untitled story, art by William M. Allison; Unscrupulous hunters poison the water hole and take the Masons captive; Simba rescues the Masons, who then detoxify the water hole. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); Discovering the eggs of giant reptiles on a fallen asteroid, Mundoor raises the reptiles in an attempt to take over the world. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 6

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    Untitled story, art by George Tuska; Anitra rescues Kaänga from yet another attack by Sam Broot and his men, but when Kaänga refuses to become her king, she prepares to sacrifice him; Ann and Cheba arrive and prevent the execution and Anitra allows Kaänga to go free because of his love for Ann. Untitled story, script by Taylor Martin, art by Arthur Peddy; Despite the Panther's warnings, a botanist pursues collecting a black orchid; He is followed by a gang of thugs who want to sell the flower; The plant is located and one of the thugs touches it and dies. Untitled story, art by Bob Powell; The deaf hunchback, Caredodo, is persuaded by Count Knuten to assassinate Camilla; Caredodo follows her to the salt mines where she is attempting to discover the reason for the failure of salt deliveries. Untitled story, script by Courtney Thomason; Roy escorts immunologist Jill March into the jungle to eradicate sleeping sickness; They are captured and imprisoned in a village where the governor is using white slaves to manufacture illegal firearms. "The White Slave" text story by Bob Clark. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); Eating strange jungle berries transforms a man, raised in the jungle by a python, into the Jungle Demon whose goal is to strip the jungle of all its diamonds and emeralds. Untitled story, art by William M. Allison; Golox, leader of the apes, decides that Simba has ruled the jungle too long. Golox confronts Simba and they begin to battle as a film crew arrives; During the confusion, Golox makes off with Gloria, the crew's actress. Untitled Captain Terry Thunder of the Congo Lancers story; Gloria, a general's daughter visits the fort and is taken captive by Arabs. Untitled story, script by Robert Lewis, art by Charles Sultan; A white boy, designated as the heir to the previous village leader, has his position usurped by Batau, who rules as a tyrant. Untitled story, script by Roy L. Smith, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi's animal friends help a village of pygmies recover their homes after they are driven out by a neighboring tribe. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 7

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    Cover art by Bob Powell. "Live Sacrifice," script by Red Bradey, art by George Tuska; Kaänga guides an explorer to a lost valley inhabited by descendants of ancient Romans and cannibalistic monkey me. Untitled story, art by Arthur Peddy; The Red Panther restores a deposed chief to his position in his village. Untitled story, script by Ted Carter, art by Bob Powell; Camilla and Caredodo brave the Cave of Sighs, the entrance to the supernatural underworld; Captured by Satan, Camilla carves a crosses that repulses the monster; The Angel of Faith rescues them and rewards Caredodo by transforming him from an ugly hunchback into a tall, handsome knight. Camilla dubs him "Sir Champion" and makes him her prime minister. Untitled story, script by Courtney Thomason, art by Nick Cardy; Joe Manners captures his explorer brother and plans to murder him to secure his inheritance; Roy attempts to rescue the explorer and only succeeds with the assistance of a tribe of giant gorillas. "The Claw of Simba" text story. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); A group of criminals enslave a village in Fantomah's jungle in order to use them as labor in a diamond mine; Fantomah frees the slaves and takes the four criminals to the Secret Pit of Jungle Horrors. Untitled story, art by William M. Allison; A wounded Simba makes friends with a wounded white girl, lost from her safari; Simba escorts her back to her father where they discover that the father is being tortured by criminals looking for his stash of gold. Untitled story, script by Pierre La Rue, art by Bill Bossert; Gloria is tricked into a treasure hunt by an Arab merchant who then kidnaps her; Terry rescues her and his two men that he ordered to accompany her on her hunt. Untitled story, script by Robert Lewis, art by Charles Sultan; To prevent the destruction of a village, Tabu imprisons a wind spirit. Untitled story, script by Roy L. Smith, pencils by Henry Kiefer; The provincial governor's daughter is kindapped and held for ransom, but she is rescued by Wambi and his jungle friends. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 8

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    Cover art by Bob Powell. "Safari into Shadowland," script by Red Bradey, art by George Tuska; Criminals drive out the workers of a diamond mine and bring in their own natives to work the mine; Kaänga, together with a group of black-maned lions, restores the mine to its rightful owners. Untitled story, script by Taylor Martin, art by Arthur Peddy; After a savage tribe wipes out a group of missionaries, the Panther sees to it that they are punished by a flood that leaves their leader dead. Untitled story, script by Robert Lewis, art by Charles Sultan; A group of scientists are stricken with a plague after they open an ancient Egyptian tomb in the jungle; Tabu goes to a lost ancient Egyptian outpost for a cure. Untitled story, script by Ted Carter, art by Bob Powell; With the aid of a band of gorillas, Camilla and her army repulse an attack by a medieval Asian army. "The Dark Horde" text story by Bob Clark. Untitled story, script by Pierre La Rue, art by Bill Bossert; Yak-ho and his savage tribe attack the peaceful Kadahs; Terry uses a stick of chewing gum as a bribe to stop the attacks, but later must exorcise the evil spirit of the gum with a piece of jewelry. Untitled story, script by Roy L. Smith, art by Henry Kiefer; The Ingas, weakened by disease, are attacked by the Kurgas. Wambi goes to the military outpost to get both military and medical assistance. Untitled story, script by Courtney Thomason, art by Nick Cardy; Roy helps a diamond mine owner find his mine with the aid of the thieves who stole the map to the mine. Untitled story, art by William M. Allison; Simba rescues the pilot of a crashed airplane who is looking for his kidnapped fiancé; With the help of Simba and some apes, he frees the girl and captures the kidnappers. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); When Mr. X steals a mystical headpiece that causes a boiling mud-pit to overflow into the jungle, he is confronted by Fantomah who transforms him into a mud being and condemns him to live underground forever. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 9

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    Cover art by Nick Cardy. "Captive of the Voodoo Master," script by Red Bradey, art by George Tuska; Suffering from amnesia, Kaänga becomes King Tongo's chief warrior and assists in the capture of a group of monks and Ann; Ann's voice restores Kaänga's memory and he frees the captives and ensures Tonga's death at the hands of his pet elephant. Untitled story, script by Taylor Martin, art by Arthur Peddy; A mad scientist develops a process for granting humans super-human strength at the cost of their minds; The Panther forces the scientist to reverse the process. Untitled story, art by Bob Powell; Sir Champions saves the city from a herd of stampeding elephants who had been set on the city by Arab slavers. "Jungle Justice"; Roy Lance puts a stop to the brutal treatment by a jungle rubber company of their native employees. "Burnt Alive" text story, art by George Tuska. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); Mark Lord captures 50,000 giant royal panthers to use in his plan to destroy civilization by losing them on the streets of New York. Untitled story, art by William M. Allison; Simba assists a pair of missionaries in disposing of a white gang of slavers. Untitled story, script by Pierre La Rue, art by Bill Bossert; Captain Terry Thunder of the Congo Lancers must retake his fort after it is captured by Arabs led by a treacherous soldier. Untitled story, script by Robert Lewis, art by Charles Sultan; Tabu dispatches some unscrupulous diamond miners by hurling them off a cliff to their death. Untitled story, script by Roy L. Smith, art by Henry Kiefer; Zittler, planning on stealing native land, hypnotizes Wambi and passes him off to one group of natives as a god. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 10

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Lair of the Renegade Killer," script by Red Bradey, art by George Tuska; Kaänga rescues a kidnapping victim from the same slaver who sold Kaänga into captivity many years before. Untitled story, script by Taylor Martin, art by Arthur Peddy; The Panther and Toni fly Toni's stratoplane to Mercury, where the Panther defeats the giant bats that were plaguing the Mercurians. Untitled story, script by Robert Lewis; Hunters, using poison gas and electrified water holes, slaughter the animals in Tabu's jungle; Tabu retaliates by conjuring up the ghosts of the dead animals. "Fight To the Finish," script by Robert Lewis, art by Henry Kiefer; A black panther has been killing Wambi's jungle friends; A jungle council is called and the other animals persuade the panther to live with them in peace and to be a useful jungle citizen. "Jitterbug in the Jungle" text story by Toni Blum (as Toni Boone). Untitled story; Camilla is kidnapped by the Carthonians and Sir Champion quickly constructs a fleet to rescue her; In the course of the rescue, the deposed Carthonian king, Chrisa, is restored to his throne. Untitled story, script by Courtney Thomason; Roy is in command of the earth's space defenses against alien invaders; He discovers that water poisons the invaders and defeats them. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); A mad scientist creates "flaming claws" with which he attacks the jungle people and animals; Fantomah turns the claws against the scientist, who dies of fright. Untitled story, art by William M. Allison; Mogah the gorillas challenges Simba for the kingship of the jungle, only to be humiliated when a forest fire threatens all the jungle. Untitled story; Terry Thunder, disguised as a muezzin, helps the deposed Anderson recover his throne. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 11

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. Untitled story, script by Red Brady, art by George Tuska; To escape from Ann's fortune-hunting cousins, Kaänga and Ann hide in a valley populated by prehistoric monsters. Untitled story, script by Taylor Martin, art by Arthur Peddy; The Panther helps a young woman from her father, a jungle-mad hermit. Untitled story; Camilla is kidnapped by the sorcerer Thoth; Warlock, the city's wise man, sends Champion with a magic sword and shield to rescue her. Untitled story; Roy seeks the power of Sheshonk, father-in-law of the biblical Solomon. "When the Drums Stopped" text story. Untitled story, script by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); When the ancient Egyptian mummy and scientist, Arco, uses his "Scarlet Shadow" to blind the jungle natives, he is punished by Fantomah. Untitled story; Simba saves an elephant herd from ivory hunters. Untitled Captain Terry Thunder story; Terry and Anderson recover the stolen statue of Kismet. Untitled story, art by Charles Sultan; Tabu and group of explorers are thrown into a prehistoric world through a whirlpool; There they meet the beautiful Nela and, with her assistance, escape their fishmen captors. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and George, a photographer, use motion picture footage of a tiger to rescue George's wife from being sacrificed to a flamingo god. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 12

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "The Devil's Death-Trap," art by George Tuska; Gangsters from American attempt to take over Kaänga's jungle. Untitled story, pencils by Arthur Peddy; The Panther rescues a party of scientists from a native tribe and then leads them to diamonds so that they can afford to carry on their scientific research. Untitled story; Camilla and Champion are shrunken to insect size by a mad scientist. Untitled story; Roy helps stops a cattle raiding tribe from plundering the herds of a peaceful village. "Violent Death" text story. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); A European army plans to use bases in Africa and South America to destroy democracy; Fantomah gives African lions the power of flight to destroy the European airborne assault in South American. Untitled story, art by Witmer Williams; Simba helps rescue a couple taken hostage by the savage chieftain, Wuga Moro. Untitled story, art by Bill Bossert; Terry outwits a group of Arabs determined to destroy an oil pipeline. Untitled story, art by Charles Sultan; Tabu liberates a group of slaves working in a mine for the evil Baron Logh. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi prevents a Nazi-planned tribal war. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 13
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    • Paper: Off white
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    • Label #2004293004

    Cover art by George Tuska. "Stalker of the Beasts," art by George Tuska; DeMoire, a mad scientist concocts a potion that turns human beings into super-strong monsters under his control; DeMoire unleashes one of these monsters which turns on him and kills him. Untitled story, art by Arthur Peddy; A Nazi invasion of the Red Panther's jungle is thwarted by the Panther and his native allies. Untitled story, art by Charles Sultan; Mad scientist Varno attempts to take control of an African oil field. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; In order to mine gold, the Japanese army dams the river and creates a drought in the jungle; Wambi and his animal friends unleash a torrent above the Japanese camp and wash them away. "The Wrath of Black Panther" text story. Untitled story, pencils by Robert Webb; Zira, a sorceress, kidnaps Champion and as ransom, demands all of Camilla's magic; Camilla offers to make Zira beautiful if she will release Champion. Zira agrees but attempts to keep Champion despite her promise. Untitled story; Roy Lance prevents a Nazi inspired tribal war. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); When the tiger-women known as the Vahines invade the jungle bent on destroying all the other women in the world, Fantomah causes the animals to rise up and stop them. Untitled story, art by Witmer Williams; Simba impresses a pair of hunters with his courage and tactics and, in the end, they refuse to shoot him. Untitled story, art by Bill Bossert; Anderson is made a god by a tribe and then leads them into battle. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 14
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    • Label #0346927019

    Cover art by George Appel. "Vengeance of the Gorilla Hordes," art by Alex Blum; A one-time pet, Simia the gorilla, leads a gorilla war against humans. Untitled story, art by Arthur Peddy; The Red Panther helps a group of treasure hunters avoid what he has seen as their fate. Untitled story, art by Robert Webb; Camilla and Champion battle an extra-dimensional tyrant who commands great magical powers; The tyrant is turned into a potato. Untitled story; Roy Lance pushes through cannibal country on his way to unexplored wilderness in the Congo. "The Sirocco Strikes" text story. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); Fantomah prevents Zomax, a mad scientist once tormented by jungle animals, from killing all of the animals with a tidal wave of his creation. Untitled story, pencils by George Appel; Simba forces an ape and the black panther that stole the ape's child to end their feud and let peace reign in the jungle again. Untitled Captain Terry Thunder story, art by Bill Bossert; Desert bandits attempt to steal machine guns meant for Terry's men. Untitled story; When a fortune hunter convinces a witch doctor to murder a girl's father, Tabu intervenes. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends drive a trophy hunter from their jungle. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 15

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    Cover art by Nick Cardy. "Terror of the Voodoo Cauldron," art by Alex Blum; Kaänga stops the looting of a native temple by white men. Untitled story, art by Arthur Peddy; An officer of a European power sets out to conquer all the jungle with a tank; Red Panther defeats him with a single arrow. Untitled Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle story; The new queen of Lomar must be shown that her magic is not as great as Tabu's. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; The kidnapping of the chief's daughter causes Buono's manhood initiation rite to go awry, and he and Wambi must rescue the girl. Untitled story, art by Robert Webb; In a bid to force Camilla to marry him, Renardo arranges the destruction of her city, but she refuses him and slays him in a duel. Untitled story; Unscrupulous poachers follow museum hunter, Dana Lowe, with the intention of stealing her giraffe trophy, but Roy puts an end to their plans. Untitled story, script and art by Fletcher Hanks (as Barclay Flagg); Would-be conqueror Org, using a jungle drum, hypnotizes a herd of giant spiders to do his bidding; Fantomah breaks his spell and feeds him to a giant spider before she reduces them all to normal spider size. Untitled story; Overfed by a motion picture crew, Simba is slow in defending himself when he is attacked by a leopard and loses the confidence of the pride. Untitled story, art by Bill Bossert; Anderson is taken by a group of cannibals and must be rescued by Terry, Kismet, and Vincent. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 16

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    Cover art by Nick Cardy (as Viscardi). "Caveman Killers," art by John Celardo; Kaänga and Ann wander into a lost valley where prehistoric peoples and animals still survive; They help a group of semi-civilized people defeat a tribe of marauding cave men. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; The Panther rescues a group of white dancers who were kidnapped by native headhunters. Untitled story; Camilla and her people leave their ruined city and strive to create a new home in the jungle. Untitled story; Tabu summons an army of zombies to free and enslaved tribe from their Arab captors. Untitled story; Roy's translator betrays him and steals a jewel, a gift from a pygmy chief. "The Dwarf That Played Giant" text story. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba protects a pair of children, lost in the jungle following an attack on a French jungle outpost. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; A newborn white elephant is captured and made a part of the Rajah's court; Wambi prevents a tiger from killing the Rajah and secures the elephants freedom and protection. Untitled story, art by Bill Bossert; After a mad arsonist sets a forest fire, Anderson and Kismet become trapped and must wait on Terry and Vincent for rescue. Untitled story; Fantomah rescues a honeymooning couple captured by mad scientist Orid Dass. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 17

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    Cover art by John Celardo. "Valley of the Killer-Birds," art by John Celardo; Kaänga and Ann are briefly lost in a lost valley where prehistoric creatures survive to today. Untitled story; Crashed pilot Carolyn is pursued by Arab slavers until The Red Panther manages her rescue. Untitled story; Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle rescues the niece of a diamond hunter who is determined to seize a cursed gem. Untitled story; Pygmies attack Camilla's people, seeking revenge for the death of their chief's son. "Sacred River of Gold" text story. Untitled story, art by Bill Bossert; Disguised as Mussolini, Blubber Ben incites war between the Wazans and Stabwans, using Vincent as a symbol. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba protects a plague stricken orphan from the killers of the jungle and leads him to a safari with a doctor. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi rescues a scientist from the dungeons of the sultan. Untitled story, Fantomah encourages an evil witch doctor to use his wisdom for the good of this people; Roy rescues an explorer who is trying to get out of the jungle with the Azali Ruby. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 18
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    • Cover detached at one staple. 2 1/2" Spine split from base.

    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Trap of the Tawny Killer," art by Dan Zolnerowich; Kaänga and Ann are captured by pygmies for sacrifice to their sacred leopards. Untitled story; Camilla and her Vikings find their ancestors' lost treasure. Untitled story; The Red Panther warns Dr. Adams that there is a witch doctor's curse on the cave that he wants to explore. Untitled Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle story; Bill and Joan's safari is captured by Ortiz, the magician king; When he attempts their rescue, Tabu is captured, as well. "Temple of the Lost Empire" text story. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Professor Brent is taken captive by the Aggagis, who plan to sacrifice him to the god of steam; Wambi and Brent's son Davy manage to rescue him with the help of Wambi's jungle friends. Untitled story, art by Bill Bossert; Terry must help an Oxford-educated tribal chief get his plans for sending native warriors to assist the British in Libya to the British general. Untitled story; Two young lovers from separate villages come under the protection of Fantomah; When Fantomah causes a volcano to erupt, Koru saves his lover's father from the lava and the two villages are united. Untitled story; While searching for the daughter of a deceased comrade, Roy gets the opportunity to help a white doctor, condemned by natives who misunderstand Western medicine. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba protects a pair of photographers who have befriended his youngest cub from a killer lion. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 19

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. Untitled story; Kaänga persuades Hatulangi to call of his jungle raids if Kaänga can bring him the Sacred Skull; After he has done so, he must also rescue Ann from a gorilla. Untitled story; The Red Panther battles a leopard-killing gorilla. Untitled story, art by Joe Doolin; Tabu rescues a safari seeking the Temple of the Green Buddha from cannibals. Untitled story; Camilla and her Vikings encounter a hostile black tribe during their explorations of the lost empire's lake. "Temple of Black Death" text story. Untitled Captain Terry Thunder story; During a siege of the fort by Arabs, a mutiny by one of Terry's men is planned. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba protects a prospector and his daughter (who has befriended Simba's cub) from murderous thieves. Untitled story, pencils by Henry Kiefer; Wambi helps restore an exiled chief to his village and foils a plan to stir up a jungle war. Untitled story; The witch doctor Guluba shrinks Fantomah and her new pet, Fury, to the size of mice. Fury protects Fantomah until she can break the spell. Untitled story, art by Seymour Reit; A pair of natives, seeking a white man to capture, forcing the police to release their chief's son, meet their match in Roy and his new outboard motor. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 20
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: Minor side edge cracks
    • Bondage cover
    • Label #848DE1-042
    • 8" cumulative spine split.

    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Live-Offering To the Ju-Ju Demon," art by Dan Zolnerowich; Kaänga prevents a treacherous witch doctor from inciting a jungle war. Untitled story, art by Al Gabrielle; Red Panther defeats a leopard cult. Untitled story, art by Joe Doolin; A peaceful tribe, named for their flamingo dance, rescue Tabu from slavers. Untitled story; An assassination attempt is made on Camilla via a poisonous snake; She is saved by a witch doctor and she and Eric return to the city just in time to save it from attack by the Dangas. "The Blue Orchid" text story. Untitled story; Anderson and Kismet accidentally take off in an airplane and Terry and Vincent must come to their rescue. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba protects a treasure hunter from a mad priest. "Wambi and the Elephant God," art by Henry Kiefer; An ivory hunter makes trouble for a village in Wambi's jungle. Untitled story; Fantomah conjurs elephant ghosts to punish a tribe of ivory thieves. Untitled story, art by Seymour Reit; Roy fights Nazis attempting to bribe the natives into driving whites out of Africa. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 21

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Monster of the Dismal Swamp," art by Dan Zolnerowich; Kaänga puts an end to human sacrifices to appease the Storm Monster by killing the beast. Untitled story, art by Al Gabriele; The Panther rescues a geologist and a pilot from pygmies and then helps them find a large radium deposit. Untitled story; Tabu rescues a boy from a vulture worshiping cult. Untitled story; After being kidnapped and taken to India by slavers, Fantomah escapes and meets Kalat, a friendly native whose people are beset by cobra cultists. "The Reaching Death" text story. Untitled story; Anderson, Kismet, and Vincent each dream that Terry is their slave after Terry punishes them by making them do chores. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba rescues a hunter's son from a gorilla. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends help a planter escape from a pair of contract killers. Untitled story; Camilla induces a tribe of pygmies to help her liberate Eric from Arabs who are holding him. Untitled story, art by Seymour Reit; Determined to capture the famous Crocodile Marsh on film, Roy's friend, Art, antagonizes the Tutan tribe before Roy manipulates the natives into thinking that a movie camera is a weapon. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 22

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Lair of the Winged Fiend," art by Dan Zolnerowich; Zuko, owner of artificial wings that allow him to fly, agrees to rid the jungle of Kaänga in return for diamonds. Untitled story, art by Seymour Reit; Roy helps a tribe rescue their chief and his sons, kidnapped by a white adventurer. Untitled story, script by Edward Brodie Mack, art by George Carl Wilhelms; A young glamour girl crash lands on a volcanic island; Tabu comes to rescue her, but both are captured by some warriors from the "smoking mountain" who plan on sacrificing them to the volcano. Untitled story; Fantomah is accused of poisoning a native village; Her investigation reveals that their water originates in a mountain stream that is contaminated by a dead mammoth. "White Thunder" text story. Untitled story; Anderson gets rich in diamonds and decides to go to America, but he is dissuaded when his passenger liner is attacked by airplanes. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba is captured by hunters but manages to save them from a cheetah. Untitled story, pencils by Jim Chambers; He then leads them to a village where a white woman is held captive. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends free a village from slavers. Untitled story, art by Al Gabriele; The Panther rescues a chief and his sons from white kidnappers. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 23

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Man-Eater Jaws," art by Dan Zolnerowich; Jewel thieves come to the jungle for the deceased Zuko's diamonds. Untitled story, art by Seymour Reit; Roy helps break up the schemes of a murderous pair of thieves exploiting native pearl divers. Untitled story, art by George Carl Wilhelms; Tabu helps a group of botanists secure a healing herb despite interference from one of the party and headhunters. Untitled story; Fantomah and Ken, a boy lost in the jungle, defeat a group of crocodile cultists who dominate a local village. "Forest of Fear" text story. Untitled story; Anderson falls in love with a snake charmer. Untitled story, pencils by Al Walker; Simba protects a hunter's safari from a violent tribe. Untitled story, pencils by Jim Chambers; Ragnar continues to plot against Camilla. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends help overthrow a mad priestess who has ruled her village with an iron hand. Untitled story, art by Al Gabriele; The Panther helps a tribe recover the ivory stolen from them by white thieves. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 24

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Battle of the Beasts," pencils by Dan Zolnerowich; Kaänga and united jungle tribes defeat a Nazi panzer force. Untitled story, art by Seymour Reit; Roy rescues a hunter from the murderous Golden Skull cult. "Tabu Wizard of the Jungle and the Zombie Witch," art by George Carl Wilhelms; Celie, a voodoo priestess, uses zombies as slaves in her gold mine until she is killed by one of her white overseers and Tabu seals the mine with magic lightning. Untitled story; Fantomah new charge, Ken, is kidnapped by hunters who hope to exchange him for Fury, whom they plan to sell in America; Fantomah calls on the ape gods to turn them into apes and Fury chases them into the bush. "The Valley of the Kings" text story. Untitled story; Anderson, Kismet, and Vincent stowaway on the train Terry take for a vacation; Jewel thieves hide a stolen gem in Anderson's turban and the gang captures them and turns them over to the police. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba rescues an exploring party from murderous giants. Untitled story; Pirates kidnap Camilla and take what they believe to be a chest of jewels; Eric rescues Camilla, and the chest is revealed to be empty. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Drought drives the Demara tribe to rebellion. Untitled story, art by Al Gabriele; The Red Panther prevents the theft of the Ubandas' gold. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 25

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Kahgis the Blood God," pencils by Dan Zolnerowich; An ancient idol and an ancient Egyptian princess come to life when their temple is opened; However, the priestess perishes for want of blood and the living idol carries her back into the tomb. Untitled story, art by George Carl Wilhelms; Tabu is captured and brought before the pharaoh; Using his magic, Tabu saves the pharaoh's life, engendering a great deal of jealousy from the rest of the court, who then plot against him. Untitled story; Fantomah recovers a native idol from white thieves. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and Ogg help raise a siege of a British jungle outpost under by German soldiers. "Boy King of the Tuskers" text story by Toni Blum (as Bob Anthony). Untitled story, art by Seymour Reit; Roy rescues an heiress from her murderous guardian. Untitled story; Terry and the gang assist an undercover spy posing as an archaeologist. Untitled story, art by Al Gabriele; The Panther leads a woman to her lost brother. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba is captured by Arabs for arena fighting against tigers. He escapes with the help of the sheik's son. Untitled story; Driven mad by a scorpion's sting, Camilla's friend Orth makes war on her lost empire. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 26

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Gorillas of the Witch-Queen," art by Dan Zolnerowich; The White Queen of the Apes kidnaps Ann to use as leverage to force Kaänga to marry her. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi tries to persuade the rajah to curtail his hunting which has made game animals very scarce in the jungle. Untitled story; Natives kidnap Gai in order to extort rifles from her trading post father; Tabu rescues her and causes the natives to be eaten by vultures. Untitled story, pencils by George Appel; Red Panther leads treasure hunters to a distant valley where they learn that their treasure map's treasure is the long-lost daughter of the map maker. "The Python Trap" text story. Untitled story; Despondent Vincent, pining for his own kind, leaves the gang but searching for him leads to a pair of explorers in need of rescue. Untitled story, pencils by George Appel; Camilla must overcome a mutinous longboat crew on her way to rescue her pygmy friends from one of their neighboring tribes. Untitled story; Roy is the object of a murder-by-leopard attempt by the pro-Nazi General Badeaux. Untitled story; Ken is taken captive by a treasure hunter who has dammed a river in order to expose an ancient Egyptian city filled with gold. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 27

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Spoor of the Gold-Raiders"; Kaänga recovers gold stolen from a hidden temple by a treasure hunter. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; While learning the ways of the jungle, Boko nurses a wounded Simba and rescues him from hyenas. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Fantomah becomes the incarnation of a Pharaoh's daughter and helps the Egyptians of lost Kehfra defeat an attacking tribe. Untitled Captain Terry Thunder story; A band of Arab thieves uses an allegedly haunted pyramid as their base of operations. "The Prison That Walked" text story. Untitled story, art by George Carl Wilhelms; Tabu restores an Indian princess to the throne of a lost city. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends free animals captured by a hunter working for a circus. "Death Warrant"; Camilla, lost in the jungle and unable to find her way back to her kingdom, rescues a pilot from a fiery crash; The two of them are captured by head hunters and are saved by the chief's son who is not convinced of the rightness of his culture's savagery. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 28

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Vengeance of the Flame God," art by Dan Zolnerowich; Kaänga restores a deposed chief to his chieftanship. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Fantomah is framed for killing a dog sacred to Anubis and sentenced to death; She calls on Anubis to recognize her innocence and the sacred dogs attack the false priest. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Pilot Pete is deranged by a blow to the head during an emergency landing of his plane; In his madness, he allies himself with the Lanchi cannibals and gives his traveling companions, Ann and Tom, to them. "The Brass Goddess" text story. Untitled story, art by George Carl Wilhelms; Ivory thieves convince the Bantus that their recently deceased chief is a vampire and that he can only be placated by the Bantus surrendering their ivory; Tabu exposes their plot and reveals that the chief was not even dead, only in a coma induced with a poison by the thieves. Untitled story; The gang follows Terry on a date and then discovers that his lady friend is a Nazi spy. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Believing Boko kidnapped by baboons, Simba pursues the baboon troop, only to learn that they have selected Boko to be their leader. Untitled story; Camilla and Ben discover a lost diamond mine controlled by a lost hermit; The hermit is determined to kill Ben and marry Camilla, but he meets his own end at the hands of his pet gorilla. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 29

    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Juggernaut of Doom," pencils by Dan Zolnerowich (p 1) and Rafael Astarita (pp 2-14); A treasure hunter persuades the Wambus' witch doctor to help him kidnap the chief's son and demand as ransom the tribe's sacred ruby; The chief refuses to reveal the location of the ruby and is killed by the treasure hunter. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Ghazia, lusting after Fantomah's throne disguises the spotted men as mummies and sets them on the city of Khefra; Fantomah calls on the ancient gods of Egypt to turn the Spotted Men into real mummies and they crumble into dust as Ghazia flees the city. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi leads an anthropologist and his fiancee to the Monga village; The villagers are suspicious of the white people and imprison them and Wambi's ape friend Ogg. "Golden Buddha" text story. Untitled story, art by George Carl Wilhelms; Tabu prevents Arab bounty hunters from taking an innocent man. Untitled story; Andy's dreams lead the gang to an Arab determined to keep the English out of the desert. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Boko saves Simba from native hunters by appearing to invoke a solar eclipse. Untitled story; Saga, an Amazon queen challenges Camilla for the title of "queen of the jungle"; Camilla manages to triumph by figuring out the secret of Saga's so-called "black magic." 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 30

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Claws of the Black Terror," pencils by Rudy Palais; Kaänga helps a lost physician treat a chief whom the witch doctor is determined to kill. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Ghazia continues to plot to seize Fantomah's throne, so Fantomah calls on the vulture goddess to save her and Horus from being burned at the stake. Untitled story, pencils by Joe Doolin (pencils p 1)(layouts pp 2-10 ?) and Henry Kiefer (pencils pp 2-10); A mad scientist and his subhuman assistant capture young animals and a chief's young daughter for mysterious experiments. "Death Songs of Malaya" text story. Untitled story, art by George Carl Wilhelms; Tabu aids a young man in his quest for revenge against his father's killers. Untitled story; As a reward for saving the Rajah's life, he offers Andy and Terry the hospitality of his home and the company of his daughters. Untitled story, art by Pagsilang Rey Isip; Believing Boko to be the Yoruban prince, witch doctor N'Donga captures Simba to lure Boko to a trap; However, Boko outwits the doctor and together with Simba, escapes. Untitled story; Seeking shelter from a terrible storm, Camilla and Ben run afoul of a storm worshiping tribe. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 31

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Land of Shrunken Skulls"; Kaänga and Ann must rescue Ngeeso from a tribe of headhunters, led by a white woman with trained leopards. "Spoils for the Congo Amazons," pencils by George Appel; Fantomah defeats the leader of the Mazaans in single combat. Untitled Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle story, art by George Carl Wilhelms; A corrupt governor attempts to start a war between two jungle tribes in order to make their land available for lease. "Lion Country Renegade" text story. Untitled story, art by Al Stahl; Andy develops an anti-aircraft weapon but in its demonstration, manages to insult Abdul Hadda, local Arab leader; The Arabs attack the fort and take Terry captive, leaving his rescue for the rest of the gang with the new weapon. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; After secretly looting the Temple of Jamu, witch doctor Kali exhorts his tribe to drive white men from the jungle. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; N'Dongo tells Hassan of his theory that Boko is the lost Yoruban prince; Hassan attempts to capture the boy but is driven away by Simba. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); Camilla and Ben help the Black Cobra tribe protect their treasure from renegades. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 32

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Curse of the King-Beast," art by Dan Zolnerowich; The Wombos attempt to kill the sacred lion of Ngeeso's tribe; Kaänga defeats them and it is discovered that the lion has a treasure map tattooed on its flank. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Jebba, queen of the Manzaans, plots to have her jester kill Fantomah and when that fails, she invites her to her castle and attempts to poison her. Untitled story, art by George Carl Wilhelms; Python skin hunters are abducted by a python cult and must be rescued by Tabu. "Leopard Ruse" text story. Untitled story, art by Al Stahl; A band of camel thieves, using the camels to smuggle Italian weapons into the interior for a big attack on the British, take Kismet who must be rescued by the gang. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends help overthrow a treacherous rajah. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; A witch woman kidnaps Boko in order to learn the language of lions. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy; Ben attempts to fetch herbs to heal a jungle fever but is captured by a tribe of white men living in a volcano; Camilla rides to his rescue with help from a member of the Black Cobra tribe. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 33

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Scaly Guardians of Massacre Pool," art by Dan Zolnerowich; Senegalese prince Hamud attempts to exterminate Ngeeso's tribe and take their gold. Untitled story, art by George Appel; An alliance of headhunters and Arabs attempt to overthrow Fantomah; The Mazaans ask Fantomah to be their queen. Untitled Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle story, art by Saul Rosen; Professor Milan and his daughter are betrayed by Braven, their safari guide, who decides to loot the Tomb of M'Loho. "Stamp 'Em Out" public service announcement; War stamps come to life, inspiring a stamp collector to buy more; Adolf Hitler and Hideki Tojo appear. "The Gorilla God" text story. Untitled story, art by Al Stahl; Terry and the gang foil a Nazi invasion attempt masterminded by a Nazi spy posing as a physician. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends help restore a deposed rajah to his throne and liberate the Pwauas from excessive taxation. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Native thieves, disguised as lions, steal gold from other natives until their crimes are exposed by Boko and Simba. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); A flood carries Camilla into a lost valley where prehistoric creatures have survived; She becomes the object of the affections of several different cavemen before she escapes. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 34

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Bait for the Spotted Fury"; A white trader convinces a tribe to make sacrifice to the idol of Tozak. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Bedouin bandits threaten Fantomah's gold shipments to her allies. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; Tabu prevents Mukil from seizing the throne of the V'nogas and secures some ivory for the bankrupt Nortons. "Black Ghost of Sudan" text story. Untitled story, art by Al Stahl; The pasha attempts to reclaim the land on which the fort was built. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his animal friends venture into a haunted valley to get medicinal herbs for the Kuminu tribe. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Exploring a cave behind a waterfall, Boko is taken captive by hippopotamus-worshiping cannibals and is eventually rescued by Simba who kills the hippopotamus god. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy; Jean Thomas comes to the jungle to find her fiance, Peter Cummings; Camilla helps her in her search; The two are captured by a tribe that attempts to sacrifice them to a lion god. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 35

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Stampede of the Slave Masters," art by Dan Zolnerowich; Bwoga, the pygmies' witch doctor, has secretly been drugging select members of the tribe and selling them to slavers. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Arabs seize Khefra and begin to loot it; But when Fury frees the Khefran soldiers and Fantomah, the tide turns and the Arabs are driven into the sea. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; The Matu village priestess, working in secret with a leopard cult, prepares to lead her people to a new part of the jungle; Tabu exposes her alliance and discovers that she was planning to sell the village to white men. "Man-Eater's Moon" text story. Untitled story, art by Al Stahl; A Nazi spy, undercover as one of Terry's men, attempts to poison a visiting colonel with acid in Andy's soup. "Wambi and the Reign of Jungle Terror," art by Henry Kiefer; Koola, a pygmy chief, decides that he can rule the jungle if Wambi is eliminated; But his plans are spoiled by Wambi's jungle friends. Untitled story, art by Al Walker; Simba and Boko save a baboon tribe from a pair of murderous apes. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); Camilla saves her old friend, Trader Davis, from a water buffalo; She learns a native tribe, led by a white man, has attacked his trading post, stealing guns and ammunition with the purpose of stealing a village's ivory and its men. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 36
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Label #0195686016

    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "The Flame-Death of Juju Mountain," art by Dan Zolnerowich; T'gara, the moon goddess on earth to a group of cannibals, captures Ann; Kaänga and N'geeso hurry to Ann's rescue while her newly-arrived sister searches the jungle for her. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Fantomah leads the Khefran army in an attack on the cattle-raiding Swasis. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; A rhinoceros, driven mad by an old wound, repeatedly attacks a village in Tabu's jungle. "Tawny Guardian of the Golden Pool" text story. Untitled story, art by Al Stahl; The leader of a group of thieves convinces Andy that he is under a voodoo curse. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends thwart a smuggling rajah's road-building plans. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; A white hunter uses hunting leopards to track Simba and Boko. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); Camilla helps locate an explorer lost in a distant valley where cavemen and sabre-toothed tigers survive until today. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 37

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Scaly Sentinel of Taboo Swamp," art by George Tuska; A gang of criminals believe that a scientist can lead them to a giant, solid gold statue; Kaänga pursues them into the Voodoo Swamp where they all learn that the idol is a living dinosaur. Untitled story, art by George Appel; An Indian rajah comes to Khefra in order to steal the ancient Black Diamonds of Kaa. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; Ivory hunters penetrate deep into Tabu's jungle where they encounter a tribe of mute men who kidnap Steve, the safari leader; Tabu learns that Steve had visited the tribe many years before and, after killing their king, had ordered the men's tongues cut out. "Blood Moon over Bandiagara" text story. Untitled story; Counterfeiters swindle Andy but lose their counterfeiting plates in the process. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; An unscrupulous Arab convinces a native village that a new lava formation is a god and orders them to bring him treasure. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; A rogue bull elephant makes trouble for the elephant herd before he is driven away by Simba and a monkey. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); In order to prevent a leopard cult from driving a tribe off their land, Camilla must select a jungle animal to battle a leopard; She chooses a water buffalo and the buffalo is triumphant. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 38
    • Cover detached. Only one staple (manufacturing).

    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Duel of the Congo Destroyers," art by George Tuska; Kaanga protects a trading party from Senegalese raiders. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Sheri, an Arab, convinces a group of Ethiopians that she is the rightful queen of Khefra and they aid her in an effort to overthrow Fantomah. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; Ben Hamid's Arabs kidnap a girl in order to trade her to cannibals for platinum; Tabu comes to her rescue. "Witch Doctor's Juju Trap" text story. Untitled story, pencils by Robert Webb; Terry and Andy are captured in Alexandria by Nazi agents; They manage to escape and, with Kismet and Vincent's help, sink a German submarine. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends rescue a missionary's daughter from being sacrificed by a priest seeking revenge against her father. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; Simba attempts to warn a white animal collector and his daughter of their impending betrayal by their safari. "Greed!", art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); Angered by business reversals, Sam vows to steal the sacred jewels of the Zugos; He is killed by a booby-trapped idol. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 39

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Land of Laughing Bones," art by Saul Rosen; Two criminals retrace their steps to find a sack of diamonds they cached, but they run afoul of Kaänga. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Sheri's Arabs lay siege to Kherfra. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; A hunter is indiscriminately shooting at animals and insults Tabu. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi stops a hunting safari from killing in his jungle; The safari guide steals jewels from the eyes of a sacred idol. "Claws of the Night" text story. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); Simba protects four orphaned lion cubs. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; A lawyer, seeking a lost heir to a fortune, is captured by a tribe led by a white woman with the ability to drive animals mad. Untitled story; Captain Terry Thunder and the gang prevent a German attack on a British tank column. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 40

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "Killer Plague," art by Saul Rosen; A white hunter has set up a rendering plant and is indiscriminately killing men and animals to feed the vat of boiling fat. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); Simba kills an escaped circus ape. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; The jungle animals believe that Wambi is responsible for a forest fire that endangers them all. "The Scorpion!", art by George Appel; The cult of the scorpion god, Kata, comes to Khefra to establish a temple. Untitled story, pencils by Robert Webb; Terry receives word that a nearby outpost is being besieged by Bedouins and rides with his lancers to the rescue; However, it is a trap and Terry and his men are captured and then rescued by Andy and the gang. "The Jungle Empress" text story. Untitled story, art by Richard Case; A white woman with a trained rhinoceros steals the idol of the Zugos; Tabu recovers the statue and returns it. Untitled story; Josephine Jordan, Camilla's cousin (unknown to both Josephine and Camilla), is in the jungle with attorney Jim Rodney to try and learn the fate of Josephine's uncle, Camilla's father. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 41

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "The King Ape Feeds at Dawn," art by Saul Rosen; Kaänga, Ann, Ngeeso, and his people travel to Lake Regina to fish. When they arrive, they are beset by tribe of gorilla worshipers. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); A German army deserter finds his way into Simba's territory and begins to kill animals for the mad love of killing. Untitled story, art by Richard Case; A white diamond hunter, disguised as a witch doctor kidnaps a native boy and forces him to dive in the river for diamonds. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; The hyena frames Wambi for the murder of a deer and the jungle animals all shun Wambi for violating the jungle law. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Hedjaz the fakir attempts to undermine the people of Khefra's faith in Fantomah by destroying buildings and causing rivers to flood. "The Living Death" text story. Untitled story, pencils by Robert Webb; A group of Arab horse thieves murder an honest horse trader and make a deal with the Nazis for the horses; Terry and the lancers attack the Arabs and force them to surrender the horses to the trader's grandson. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (pp. 1-3), ?, (pp. 4-10); Con man Honest John convinces the Zeego men that he is their best friend as he and his confederates plan to steal the tribes diamonds. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 42

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich and Ruben Moreira. "Master of the Moon-Beasts," art by Reed Crandall; A rhinoceros stampede leads Kaänga to a moon worshiping cult in the Mountains of the Moon; Ann is kidnapped by the white man who manipulates the natives cult; He intends to substitute her for his daughter, whom the natives believe to be the goddess, Tluva, kill her, and then revive her by replacing Ann's body with the live Taluva. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as N. Viscardi); Simba saves a chief's son from drowning and then protects the village from thieving baboons. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Wambi and his jungle friends drive a cruel prince's hunting caravan from the jungle. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Khefra claims new land and battles cannibals and pirates to keep it. "The Madman's Ape" text story. Untitled story, pencils by Robert Webb; Nazis persuade an African village to store fuel for them; Terry and the lancers capture the Germans. Untitled story, art by Art Saaf; An animal trapper named DaCosta takes the contract that has been issued on Camilla's life by those trying to steal her inheritance; He and his partner are killed when they create an animal stampede at Trader Davis's. 60 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 43

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    Cover pencils by Ruben Moreira. "The White Shiek"; Kaänga and Ann are taken prisoner by an Arab slaver who is using his slaves to excavate an ancient Egyptian temple, hoping to find treasure. Untitled story, art by Richard Case; Simba is humiliated by a pack of hyenas and then trapped by native hunters; He escapes and drives the hyenas into a crocodile pool. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; The rajah's minister, Shahab, in an effort to curry the rajah's favor, falsely identifies Wambi as the rajah's long-lost son; The rajah's men make both Tawn and Ogg prisoners, but when Shahab plots to kill Wambi to avoid the rajah becoming too attached, the animals escape. "The Jackal Jests with Death" text story. "Weapons for Victory" public service announcement, art by Ruben Moreira; Kaänga and Ann make new spears and explain that in battle you are helpless without weapons. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Fantomah take starving hunting leopards away from their trainer and makes them her pets. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; Anticipating a flood, Tabu and the chief of the lake people make preparations that save the villagers. Untitled story, art by Nick Cardy (as Viscardi); A white drug lord uses African slave to farm poppies; Camilla frees the slaves and burns the farm. 60 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 44

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    Cover art by Ruben Moreira. "Monster of the Boiling Pool"; After N'geeso suffers a crocodile bite, Kaänga and Ann go to the country of the Baboon Men for a medicinal moss; They learn that headhunters have targeted the Baboon Men; Kaänga tricks the headhunters into running into a hot spring where many of them drown. Untitled story, pencils by Robert Webb; Simba's role as king of the jungle is challenged by a white rhinoceros. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; Melini uses trickery to convince the Mengos that he has magic power; Tabu does a stage trick of his own and exposes Melini. "Elephant's Graveyard!", art by Henry Kiefer; Tawn, wounded by ivory hunters, makes his way to the elephants' graveyard, followed by Wambi and Dr. Burman; Dr. Burman removes the bullet from Tawn and he makes a quick recovery. Untitled story, art by George Appel; A convict's wife, devastated by his life sentence, leads a slave revolt against Fantomah. "Lion Bait" text story. Untitled story, art by Rafael Astarita; Terry and the gang free a Free French jungle outpost from the Nazis. Untitled story, pencils by George Tuska; A con man plans a trip to Africa; on his return he planned to present an actress as the long lost daughter of Steven and Camilla Jordan Dane so that she could "inherit" the Jordan fortune; But the plot runs afoul of Camilla, who remains ignorant of her origins. 60 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 45

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    Cover art by Rafael Astarita. Untitled story; The Baroness, the white ruler of a band of native outlaws is dying from drug use. Cairo Joe, her partner devises a scheme to replace her with Ann and make the natives think that their goddess has risen from the dead. Kaänga manages to rescue Ann and the outlaws kill the white leaders. Battle to the Death!"; Simba's kingship is challenged by a mad bull from the natives' herd. Untitled story, pencils by Richard Case; A witch doctor schemes to rule his tribe, first murdering the chief and then attempting to murder the chief's son and daughter-in-law; Tabu exposes him as a fraud. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; A rajah decides to build a dam to make his sandalwood logs easier to transport; The lake being formed floods Wambi's jungle. Wambi and his jungle friends pull down the dam. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Fantomah challenges the visiting king of Ar to a chariot race, playing directly into his plans to murder her and assume her crown as well as his own; Fury comes to her rescue, leading to the king's death as his horse runs wild. "White Man's Juju" text story. Untitled story, pencils by Robert Webb; A renegade leader stirs up trouble by kidnapping a local chief's daughter; Terry rides to her rescue. Untitled story, art by Jim Mooney; Nazi agents are hiding treasures pilfered from all over Europe in the African jungle. 60 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 46
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    • Label #494-AA-013

    Cover art by Rafael Astarita. "Blood Raiders of the Tree-Trail"; Con artists "salt" Juju Mountain with diamonds, setting off a series of bloody tribal wars. Untitled story, art by Richard Case; Simba rescues Tiku from a crocodile and then battle the elephant, M'Glo, for the kingship of the jungle. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; Tabu exposes an ambitious witch doctor as a fraud. "Murder!", art by Henry Kiefer; Seeking revenge for her husband's imprisonment, little Ronald's nurse tries to murder him and make it look like an accident; Wambi rescues the boy and the woman is killed by a water buffalo. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Khefran inventor, Raa, with Fantomah's blessing, takes his failed invention, artificial wings, to the besieging Vixan army. "Juju Medicine" text story. Untitled story, pencils by Robert Webb and Arnold Hicks; Native chief Kaan, hoping that his daughter never marries so that he has no rivals for his kingship, has rigged an idle to give off poison vapors, and every suitor is required to approach the idol. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; Camilla is drugged by a witch doctor and sold to an Arab slaver. 60 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 47
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    Cover art by Rafael Astarita. "Monster of the Moon Pool" starring Kaänga, art by Jim Mooney; Muranda, a white woman, leads a tribe of natives in collecting very expensive cobra venom; Muranda, fearing interference in her business, captures Ann and attempts to execute her via hippopotamus. Untitled Simba story, art by Richard Case; A tiger is brought to Africa as part of an experiment to breed lion-tiger hybrids: tiglons; Oneof the tiglo cubs escapes and, when grown to adulthood, challenges Simba for the kingship of the jungle. Untitled story; Terry helps determine that the "ghost" haunting an Arab fortress is a hermit looking for treasure. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; White hunters capture all of Wambi's jungle friends, save Bruno the bear; Wambi and Bruno rescue them by tricking the hunters into thinking that their partners are dishonest. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Fantomah and Horus investigate an oasis where travelers are being robbed. "Curse of the Juju Diamond" text story. Untitled story; A tribe, ruled by a white Snake Queen, robs prospectors of their gems until they rob a friend of Tabu's. "The Jungle Is Haunted!", art by George Tuska; A girl is sacrificed to a crocodile pool by a village; Later, her ghost begins to haunt them. Camilla determines that the girls was rescued by Blab, a man who lives with baboons. 60 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 48

    Cover art by Art Saaf. Untitled story, art by Jim Mooney; Sali, a former slave of an Arab sheik, lures young Zombali men into the jungle where they fight each other--to the death--for her favors; After Kaänga proves that she is not a vampire, the chief kills her in revenge for the death of his son. Untitled story, pencils by Richard Case; Old witch doctor Bakru is cast out of his village when he becomes ill with fever; Simba nurses him back to health and returns with him to his village and stands with him as he reclaims his office. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; Tabu helps a village plagued by a shapeshifting leopard-woman. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Haga the hyena tricks the monkeys into stranding Wambi in a hut in the middle of the lake. "Jungle Code" text story. Untitled story, art by George Appel; antomah and Horus explore a cave system and discover a hidden world where prehistoric creatures have survived to today. Untitled story, art by Richard Case; Terry rescues the women of Isaah from slavers. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; The story of Camilla's parents, her birth, and their deaths. 60 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 49

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    Cover art by Joe Doolin. "Lair of the King-Serpent"; A pair of wanted murderers come to Kaänga's jungle, thinking themselves out of the reach of the law. Untitled story, art by Richard Case; The remaining two tiglons kill lone villagers when they can find them, until Simba puts an end to their predation. Untitled story, art by Saul Rosen; An entomologist and his daughter are captured by natives who believe that the whites are working great magic by putting bugs in bottles; Tabu rescues them. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; In the midst of a drought, a village refuses to give Wambi food for his jungle friends; Later, that same tribe asks Wambi for help when they are attacked by neighbors and Wambi complies. "The Blood Trail" text story. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Ghazia, lusting after Fantomah's throne disguises the spotted men as mummies and sets them on the city of Khefra. Fantomah calls on the ancient gods of Egypt to turn the Spotted Men into real mummies and they crumble into dust as Ghazia flees the city. Untitled story, art by Richard Case; While Terry attempts to work out a peace treaty with the Hookahs, Andy helps the sheik's daughter run away. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; Camilla rescues a little girl, orphaned and taken by bizarre little men to be their goddess. 60 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Jungle Comics (1940 Fiction House) 50

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    Cover art by Joe Doolin. "Juggernaut of the Bush," art by Jim Mooney; In order to win a horse race, Dorga, chief of the Katuas, steals a white woman's horse and kidnaps Ann to ride it. Untitled story; A pair of Arabs enter Simba's jungle, looking for the elephants' graveyard; They shoot and wound a mother elephant and then track her to the graveyard. "The Terror of the Talking Pool," inks by Ruben Moreira; A tribe's witch doctor convinces their queen that she has the power of prophecy; He uses her prediction of death to extort gifts from the people, which he appropriates Tabu exposes him and he is hanged by the tribe. Untitled story, art by Henry Kiefer; Hunters looking for a tiger for their circus capture Rajah; Wambi then offers to trade the white men the cruel tiger, Manto, for Rajah. "Bush Law" text story. Untitled story, art by George Appel; Laän drugs court physician Shep-hut so that he falls into a death-like sleep; Laän hopes to be appointed to the vacant post so that he will close enough to Fantomah to assassinate her and assume her throne. Untitled story, art by Richard Case; The son of an Arab sheik is kidnapped and must be rescued by Terry and Andy. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; Camilla is washed down a river to a land where dinosaurs have survived to the present day; Also present are a tribe with artificial wings and packs of dingos. 60 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.