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Home Fiction House Jungle Comics Jungle Comics 120 (now c2c) -upgrade
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Same scan as before, but with the 5 missing pages added, and an ibc copied from Jumbo thx to fan777.
A bhcomics/freddyfly original!

Issue: #120
Published: December 1949, 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) Killer King's Domain
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Ann Mason

Comic Story (10 pages) Killer King's Domain
Synopsis: Kaänga learns that the Azandes have been forbidden to trade with the trader Songa by their witch doctor, M'fonga. Kaänga visits the tribe and tells the chief and the warriors that he thinks they should trade with Songa. At the trader's camp, the warriors are betrayed by their chief and Songa takes them all captives, including Ann, to be sold as slaves. Kaänga pursues them to the slave auction and frees the slaves and captures Songa. The chief is killed by Zulu as he attempts to escape.
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Zulu Ann Mason Azandes (African Tribe) Bulando M'fonga Songa Tugaro El Haska

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Simba
Synopsis: Competing parties seek a legendary salt mine: white ivory hunters who will trade the salt to natives for their ivory and natives who will trade the salt for needed supplies. Simba, fighting cantankerous leopards, leads each party to the mine. The natives kill the white men, and Simba defeats the leopards.
Genre: Animal Jungle
Characters: Simba

Comic Story (7 pages)
Featuring: Captain Terry Thunder
Synopsis: Terry escorts Dr. Carter, an ethnologist, to the L'tonga village where a trial for a pair of jewel thieves is scheduled. Dr. Carter is exposed as an ex-Nazi, looking for the loot taken by the thieves.
Genre: Adventure Jungle
Characters: Terry Thunder L'tongas (African Tribe) Anton Carter Keeto Fang (cheetah)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Wambi Jungle Boy
Synopsis: Wambi and Leo pretend to have swamp madness in order to drive away the gothali dogs.
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Wambi Tawn Ogg Leo (leopard) Stripo (zebra) Kila (dog)

Text Article (2 pages) Getting Acquainted
Featuring: The Big Cage
Credits: Script: Clyde Beatty | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Tabu
Synopsis: A thief steals the idol of Ovambu from the Bulandas and hides it in the temple of the Songais. A pair of treasure hunters come and loot the Songai temple, taking the idol. They attempt to trade the idol to the Bulandas, not knowing the provenance of the statue. The Bulandas kill them.
Credits: Script: ? [as Mack]
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Tabu Naya Bulandas (African Tribe) Songais (African Tribe) Ovambu Myra Shelton Yona

Comic Story (8 pages)
Synopsis: Treasure hunters kidnap chief Hetlai's daughter in order to coerce him into helping them loot an ancient Egyptian tomb. Camilla frees the daughter and captures the treasure hunters. She prevents Hetlai from killing them so they can be turned over to the district commissioner.
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Camilla Fang Jane Wiggin Hetlai Kolonas (African Tribe) Al Storm Ahmed B'timi

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