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PublicationJune 1949 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 52 | Frequency: monthly | Editing: J.F. Byrne (Managing Editor)(credited); John C. Mitchell (credited)
CoverMad Jackals Hunt by Night
CreditsPencils:? (Iger Shop) | Inks:? (Iger Shop)
ContentGenre: Jungle | Characters: Kaänga; Ann Mason
Comic StoryMad Jackals Hunt by Night (10 pages)
SynopsisBokka, son of the chief of the B'halis, is working with two white treasure hunters to loot the B'halis sacred places. Kaänga, Ann, and N'geeso put an end to their depredations. Bokka later seeks revenge on Kaänga and kidnaps Ann. Kaänga frees her and feeds the treasure hunters to the crocodiles.
CreditsScript:? [as Frank Riddell] | Pencils: Maurice Whitman (signed) | Inks: Maurice Whitman (signed)
ContentGenre: Jungle | Characters: Kaänga; Ann Mason; N'geeso; B'halis (African tribe): Tagar; Carlson; Pierre; Bokka; Marmo (elephant)
NotesThe story title is taken from the cover blurb. first line: "They were traders, called Carlson and Pierre, and someone had aptly nicknamed them the Twin Terrors..."
Comic Story"He who wears a jungle crown lives in a world of fear!" (6 pages)
SynopsisSimba prevents Briffo the Cape buffalo from chastising Simba's cubs. Later, the cubs are taken by hunters and Mrs. Simba is wounded. Her wounds drive her mad and she begins to wantonly slaughter the jungle animals. Simba frees his cubs. Briffo calls a jungle council and demands that Mrs. Simba be killed. Simba and Mrs. Simba, now recovered, appear at the council and Simba kills Briffo, re-asserting his place as king.
FeaturingSimba, King of Beasts
CreditsScript:? [as Ed Hunt] | Pencils: Al Hollingsworth?;? (Iger Shop) | Inks:? (Iger Shop)
ContentGenre: Animal; Jungle | Characters: Simba; Briffo (Cape buffalo); Mrs. Simba
Comic StoryExplorers (1 page)
SynopsisBrief biographical sketches of several explorers of Africa: Mungo Park, Hugh Clapperton, Samuel Baker, John Speke, and James Bruce.
FeaturingJungle Facts
CreditsPencils: Ed Waldman? | Inks: Ed Waldman?;? (Iger Shop)
ContentGenre: Non-fiction; Jungle
Comic Story"To Captain Terry Thunder: '30 man-tracking leopards, tamed and trained, ready for lancer service...'" (7 pages)
SynopsisSnide and Cassidy, angered at being exiled from the district, kidnap Commissioner Powers and force him to sign the old B'zimba trading grounds, where they've discovered gold, over to them. Witch doctor M'bonga facilitates their plot. Terry uncovers their plan and exposes them to the Kazari tribe and takes them into custody.
FeaturingCaptain Terry Thunder
CreditsScript:? [as Pierre La Rue] | Pencils: Dan Zolnerowich | Inks: Dan Zolnerowich
ContentGenre: Jungle | Characters: Terry Thunder; Commissioner Powers; Helen Powers; Snide; Monk Cassidy; M'bonga; Kazaris (African tribe); Keeto
Text StoryThe Flame Bird (2 pages)
CreditsScript:? [as Victor Ibsen] | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Jungle
Comic Story"With cat-like movements, Wambi, the man-cub, cautiously makes his way across the rotted limb..." (6 pages)
SynopsisBaxter, a treasure hunter, frames Wambi for looting the Umbalis' temple. Tawn and Ogg show the chief the location of the treasure and clear Wambi's name.
FeaturingWambi Jungle Boy
CreditsScript:? [as Roy L. Smith] | Pencils: Henry Kiefer (signed) | Inks: Henry Kiefer (signed)
ContentGenre: Jungle | Characters: Wambi; Tawn; Ogg; Umbalis (African tribe); George Baxter; Tyrgo (hawk)
Comic Story"In a strange world beyond the understanding of mortal mind, where ghost shades of man and beast lurk in eternal darkness, lies the domain of Tabu..." (6 pages)
SynopsisTabu exposes a treacherous witch doctor who is then exiled by the Atongis. A professor visits Tabu while his assistant plots to steal diamonds from the Kapudis. The exiled Atongi witch doctor, Kargo, plots with the assistant to kill Tabu. Tabu uses his illusion powers and defeats the witch doctor. Both Kargo and the assistant are turned over to the authorities.
CreditsScript:? [as Mack] | Pencils: Maurice Whitman | Inks: Maurice Whitman
ContentGenre: Jungle | Characters: Tabu; Kaludis (African tribe); Professor Gregor; Marie; Azambi; Atongis (African tribe); Kargo
Comic StoryOdd Names (1 page)
SynopsisTrivia regarding unusual animal names.
FeaturingJungle Quiz
CreditsPencils:? (Iger Shop) | Inks:? (Iger Shop)
ContentGenre: Non-fiction; Jungle
Comic Story"Throughout the long night, jungle drums throbbed an ominous message... " (8 pages)
SynopsisDisguised as Masais, ivory trader Becker and his men burn out and kill his rival Monroe. Monroe's son, believing the Masais to blame, steals into the village and kidnaps the chief's daughter. Camilla tracks him down and returns him to Becker's trading camp where they discover Becker's deception.
CreditsScript:? [as Victor Ibsen] | Pencils: Marcia Snyder | Inks: Marcia Snyder
ContentGenre: Jungle | Characters: Camilla; Zack Monroe; Masais (African tribe); Luongo; Davis; Lon Becker; Jimmy Monroe; Blacky
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