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New bigger& better scans of the same comic uploaded 5 years ago.
The front cover was missing a chunk from the bottom corner, so I've added a larger fc from Metropolis.
A freddyfly original production!

Issue: #119
Published: November 1949, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: J.F. Byrne (Managing Editor)(credited); 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
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Fury of the Golden Apes!
Featuring: Kaänga
Credits: Pencils: John Forte ? | Inks: Jack Kamen ?; ? (Iger Shop)
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Ann Mason

Comic Story (10 pages) Fury of the Golden Apes!
Featuring: Kaänga
Synopsis: Gus Corrigan, seeking his lost brother, asks Kaänga to help him. Unknown to Corrigan, his brother has been captured by a gorilla cult and the leader of the cult has given him amnesia-inducing drugs and convinced him that he is the gorilla god Jebola, returned to his people. Kaänga locates the cultists and frees Corrigan's brother and turns the cult leader over to the district commissioner.
Credits: Script: ? [as Frank Riddell] | Pencils: Maurice Whitman (signed) | Inks: Maurice Whitman (signed)
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Ann Mason Zulu Amrân Jim Gus Corrigan Gorilla Cultists Marmo (elephant) Bill Corrigan [Jebola]

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Simba, King of Beasts
Synopsis: Simba is challenged by Crekko for the kingship of the jungle. While they are fighting, a big game hunter spies them and fires his rifle, wounding Simba. Simba is taken captive by a wildlife photographer who wants to use footage of the lion in his new film. While Simba is captive, Crekko declares himself king of the jungle. Simba escapes his captors and attacks and kills Crekko, an attack that is captured on film by the happy photographer.
Credits: Script: ? [as Ed Hunt] | Pencils: Bill Walsh | Inks: Bill Walsh
Genre: Animal Jungle
Characters: Simba Ghost-Chaser Crekko (gorilla)

Text Article (2 pages) The Freshman's Second Lesson (Part 2)
Featuring: The Big Cage
Credits: Script: Clyde Beatty | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Wambi, The Jungle Boy
Synopsis: A pair of prospectors are dynamiting the river in Wambi's jungle. The animals gather to choose a plan for ridding themselves of the white men. Sirdah suggests that the animals attack en masse. Wambi objects, fearing his friends will be hurt, but he is overruled. As predicated the mass attack is repelled and some of the animals are wounded. Wambi then has Beaky steal some of the prospectors' dynamite and drop it into the local volcano. The resulting eruption causes the prospectors to flee and the animals promise to heed Wambi in the futute.
Credits: Script: ? [as Roy L. Smith] | Pencils: Henry Kiefer (signed) | Inks: Henry Kiefer (signed)
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Wambi Ogg Sirdah (tiger) Nolan Rheusa (rhinoceros) Tawn Beaky (eagle) Beebee (monkey)

Comic Story (1 page) Primates
Featuring: Jungle Facts
Synopsis: Trivia about several primate species.
Credits: Pencils: August Froehlich ? | Inks: August Froehlich ?
Genre: Non-fiction Jungle Nature

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Captain Terry Thunder
Synopsis: Terry and his helicopter are hi-jacked by mine owner Miss Carter who needs to get to the interior to find out why her native laborers have fled. On arrival they find that her former overseer and his partner have been using a local rock formation, the Devil Face, to intimidate the natives and to induce them to pay tribute. Terry exposes them and arrests them.
Credits: Script: ? [as Pierre La Rue] | Pencils: Robert Webb | Inks: Jack Kamen ?; ? (Iger Shop)
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Terry Thunder M'tombes (African Tribe) Kendrick Miss Carter Keeto Cassidy

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Tabu
Synopsis: Con men, using a trained elephant, persuade the Balaharis that their recently deceased chief's spirit has inhabited an elephant and wants them to pay tribute to the con men. Tabu arrives and exposes the plot and turns the con men over to the district commissioner.
Credits: Script: ? [as Mack] | Pencils: Enrico Bagnoli | Inks: Enrico Bagnoli
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Tabu Balaharis (African Tribe) Nukuru Chris Clint Zan

Comic Story (1 page) Deer of the World
Featuring: Jungle Lore
Synopsis: Trivia about several deer species.
Credits: Pencils: August Froehlich ? | Inks: August Froehlich ?
Genre: Non-fiction Jungle Nature

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Camilla
Synopsis: A gang of European criminals convince a possible financier of the worth of their gold-gathering plan by "seeding" temple ruins with gold-plated trinkets. Camilla exposes the plot and leaves the criminals to the mercies of the Ugandis, who are angered by the presence of white men in their territory.
Credits: Script: ? [as Victor Ibsen] | Pencils: Ralph Mayo | Inks: Ralph Mayo
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Camilla Fang Marcel Givault Shelton Ugandis (African Tribe) Johann Drooten Smiley M'bulla Boru

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