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Uploader: builderboy
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A new version of this book - now c2c!

2-January-2012 6:34 pm
Username: builderboy
Comment: ...actually, not a JVJ book...from my collection (hence no index card or credits)
3-January-2012 10:02 am
Username: Yoc
Comment: credit corrected. Thanks BB!

Issue: #138
Published: June 1951, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Cover; Black And White Interior Dimensions: Early Issues Standard Golden Age U.S.; Later Issues Standard Silver Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-Stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Track of the Black Terror
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Ann Mason

Comic Story (14 pages) Track of the Black Terror
Synopsis: Ann is taken prisoner by the slaver, Queen Cobra. Kaänga must first traverse the country of the king apes and defeat their leader before he can free Ann.
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Ann Mason B'fongas (African Tribe) Marmo (elephant) Max Rocky Zulu Queen Cobra

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Captain Terry Thunder
Synopsis: In order to learn the location of slaver al Raskobah hideout, Terry, disguised as the Desert Panther frees Raskobah and accompanies him into the desert. Raskobah attacks Terry and exposes his identity. Raskobah then disguises himself as the Panther. The lancers come to Terry's rescue and in the battle, Raskobah is killed. Terry sends word to the Panther's Riff's that the Panther is dead and that they should disband.
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Terry Thunder [Desert Panther] Suri Al Raskobah [Desert Panther]

Text Article (1 page) Floating Safes
Featuring: Stamps
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Wambi the Jungle Boy
Synopsis: As part of a practical joke, Wambi gives Ogg drugged fruit. A rhinoceros attacks a mouse deer. Tawn falls into a tiger trap. Needing Ogg's help, Wambi calls for him, but because he has been drugged, he does not respond. After getting the help of the monkeys, Wambi frees Tawn who is very angry with Ogg. Ogg and Tawn both leave Wambi in anger. Wambi pretends to be threatened by the rhinoceros and his friends re-unite to come to his aid.
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Wambi Tawn Ogg Donga (rhinoceros)

Text Article (2 pages) No Two Alike in the Big Cage
Featuring: The Big Cage
Credits: Script: Clyde Beatty | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (5 pages)
Featuring: Tabu
Synopsis: Tabu tells the story of N'kulu of the G'zongas and how he was sustained in the wilderness by the lion god and returned to his people to take his rightful chieftanship.
Credits: Script: ? [as Mack] (byline)
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Tabu G'zongas (African Tribe) N'kulu L'bodi Bah-simba (lion)

Comic Story (1 page) F
Featuring: Jungle Facts
Synopsis: Brief natural histories of several jungle animals whose names begin with the letter "F."
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (10 pages)
Synopsis: Camilla is guiding a trading caravan to a mine. The caravan is attacked by Benson and his men, taking the weapons bound for the mine. Camilla goes to the mine and gets the owners and, with them, they go after Benson and recover the guns.
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Camilla Banwaylus (African Tribe) Steve Conway Trader Conway Stone Hook Benson Shafer Dot Shafer Zago

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