||Don't listen to the guy who went and made his own collection of Sheena stories from the first 8 issues because he was disappointed that you bleached out the pinkish-orangeish color of the paper the stories were printed on. I could never understand what they were thinking, that somehow using colored paper to print the black & white stories on is going to make up for the lack of actual color printing? Even as a kid, you know when you're getting ripped off. Although to be perfectly fair, in 1937 four-color printing cover-to-cover could hardly be considered "standard" for comic books. Nevertheless, it's the ARTWORK I want to see, and that looks better in black ink on white paper, if they never did four-color separations in the first place. JUMBO #9 looks amazingly good in color for such an early comic... although it struck me as odd to see Sheena running around Africa in a rather stylish RED minidress. Still, it's #10, where Sheena finally gets the iconic leopard-skin two-piece that may be ultimately responsible for her longevity as a character.