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Issue: #100
Published: April 1948, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: J.F. Byrne (Managing Editor); John C. Mitchell (Editor)
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) Hate Has a Thousand Claws
Featuring: Kaänga
Credits: Pencils: John Celardo (signed) | Inks: John Celardo (signed)
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga

Comic Story (10 pages) Hate Has a Thousand Claws!
Featuring: Kaänga
Synopsis: Kongola, seeking revenge for the loss of his hands and the scarring of his face at the hands of Kaänga, doses Ann with mind control drugs and has her lead Kaänga to him. Tying Kaänga, he plans to have Ann behead him, but Kaänga breaks free and Kongola is devoured by leopards. Ann, however, remains in a drugged state.
Credits: Script: ? [as Frank Riddell] | Pencils: John Celardo | Inks: John Celardo
Genre: Jungle
Characters: N'Geeso Kongola Kaänga Ann Mason Toka Mashibas (African Tribe) Marmo (elephant)

Comic Story (6 pages) "The shrill screech of Tika, the macaw, is cut short in her throat."
Featuring: Simba, King of Beasts
Synopsis: Simba and his cub become trapped on a canoe that is bearing medical supplies for a safari. When they wash ashore, they are threatened by the safari but the cub carries the medical package which is recognized by the safari leader who then lets the lions leave.
Credits: Script: ? [as Ed Hunt] | Pencils: August Froehlich (signed) | Inks: August Froehlich (signed)
Genre: Animal Jungle
Characters: Simba

Comic Story (7 pages) "Tribal maps to hidden temples shall be registered at Fort Diablo --"
Featuring: Captain Terry Thunder
Synopsis: A fake lancer steals a tribal treasure map. Terry pursues him and demonstrates to the Balongas that the lancers were not guilty of betrayal.
Credits: Script: ? [as Pierre La Rue] | Pencils: Charles Sultan | Inks: Charles Sultan
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Terry Thunder Smiley Slick Jenny Balongas (African Tribe) Tanga Keeto Sergeant Tilton

Comic Story (1 page) Jungle Killers
Featuring: Jungle Lore
Synopsis: A brief look at dangerous jungle animals.
Credits: Pencils: George Evans | Inks: George Evans
Genre: Non-fiction Nature

Comic Story (6 pages) "Just as glistening gold is tested by flame, so too must true friendship meet the stern test of adversity..."
Featuring: Wambi, The Jungle Boy
Synopsis: When Tawn and Ogg have a falling out, Wambi decides to pretend to leave the jungle in order to bring his friends back together in pursuit of him. His plan is successful and the three restore their strong bond.
Credits: Script: ? [as Roy L. Smith] | Pencils: Frank Doyle | Inks: Frank Doyle
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Wambi Tawn Ogg

Text Story (2 pages) Fuzzy-Wuzzy
Credits: Script: Henry Wysham Lanier | Letters: typeset
Genre: Jungle

Comic Story (6 pages) "Lyanda's eyes glaze with pain..."
Featuring: Tabu
Synopsis: Trader Graw makes a deal to provide witch doctor M'pogi with rifles in exchange for the Tanakis' sacred diamonds. They frame an innocent young woman for the theft and execute her. Tabu uses his magic to make it appear that the woman has come back to life and M'pogi and Graw, in terror, leap into a crocodile pool.
Credits: Script: ? [as Mack] | Pencils: Maurice Whitman (signed) | Inks: Maurice Whitman (signed)
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Tabu Lyanda M'pogi Tanakis (African Tribe) Graw

Comic Story (1 page) Denizens from Down-Under
Featuring: Jungle Lore
Synopsis: Brief natural histories of several Australian animals.
Credits: Pencils: P. Dring (signed) | Inks: P. Dring (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Nature

Comic Story (8 pages) "'Come you to the festival of B'Togi, Camilla.'"
Featuring: Camilla
Synopsis: Jewel thieves use Camilla's friendly reception at the village of the B'togis as an opportunity to get inside the walled village. They escape with the tribe's gold and Camilla and the chief's daughter as captives. The thieves attempt to leave the jungle in a helium balloon, but Camilla brings to balloon down with a spear and the thieves are killed by the tribe. Camilla kills the chief thief herself, forcing him to shoot himself in the head.
Credits: Script: ? [as Victor Ibsen] | Pencils: Matt Baker | Inks: Matt Baker ?
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Camilla Wamuntee Fang (dog) Grant Sam Griggs N'kowa B'togis (African Tribe) Kara

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