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previous scan GoldenAger with missing ifc,ibc.
With fills by Sooth+Yoc.

new, clean & undamaged cover image added from an HA Scan of a 9.0 Pedigree copy

Oct 1945
Issue: #70
Published: October 1945, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Jack Byrne (credited)(managing editor); John C. Mitchell (credited)
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
Notes: The on-sale date is from the publication date recorded in the Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 2, Periodicals, 1945, New Series, Vol. 40, No. 4.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Brides for the King Beasts
Featuring: Kaänga
Credits: Pencils: Joe Doolin | Inks: Joe Doolin
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Ann Mason

Text Story (2 pages) Chant of the Voodoo Gods
Credits: Script: ? [as Frank Riddell] | Letters: typeset
Genre: Jungle

Comic Story (10 pages) Brides for the King Beasts
Featuring: Kaänga
Synopsis: The son of the T'lukas banished witch doctor, disguised as his father, demands tribute from the tribe and uses a series of tricks to fool them into thinking he has magic powers. He is exposed by Kaänga.
Credits: Script: ? [as Frank Riddell] | Pencils: Ruben Moreira | Inks: Ruben Moreira
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Ann Mason Gora N'geeso T'lukas (African Tribe) Marmo (elephant)

Comic Story (5 pages)
Featuring: Camilla
Synopsis: Camilla is asked by local natives to enter the Valley of the Blue Juju, in order to stop white men from plundering jewels from idols and to stop a murderous beast that roams that area.
Credits: Script: ? [as Victor Ibsen] (signed) | Pencils: Fran Hopper (signed) | Inks: Fran Hopper (signed); Marcia Snyder ?
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Camilla Fang (dog) Carson (villain, Death)

Comic Story (1 page) Monkey Business - The Tree-Folk of Africa
Credits: Script: ? [as Norman Leslie] | Pencils: Fran Hopper (signed) | Inks: Fran Hopper (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Nature

Comic Story (5 pages)
Featuring: Captain Terry Thunder
Synopsis: Magna, a beautiful Arab girl, convinces Terry that she was captured by Arab nomads. With her as a guide, he goes after them with half the outposts forces. Meanwhile, the Arabs, on Magna's signal, attack the outpost. Terry and the rest of the company return in time to repulse the attack.
Credits: Script: ? [as Pierre La Rue] | Pencils: Richard Case | Inks: Richard Case
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Terry Thunder Keeto Magna

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Wambi, The Jungle Boy
Synopsis: Nyama, believing that his attempted murder of Wambi has been successful, wages war against the Bassingis. But Wambi arrives with an elephant herd and ends the war.
Credits: Script: ? [as Roy L. Smith] | Pencils: ? (Iger Shop) | Inks: ? (Iger Shop)
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Wambi Nyama Ogg Binti Bassingis (African Tribe) Tawn Londelenge (elephant)

Comic Story (5 pages)
Featuring: Tabu
Synopsis: Pygmies engage in a "Trojan horse" deceit using a hollow elephant.
Credits: Script: ? [as Mack] | Pencils: Howard Larsen | Inks: Howard Larsen
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Tabu Tanga Mkali (African Tribe)

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