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Jungle Comics #140 [Aug'51]-36pg-c2c -PhaRo scans
Issue: #140
Published: August 1951, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: J.F. Byrne (Managing Editor)(credited); John C. Mitchell (editor)(credited); Jerry Iger (Art Director)(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: 36-page issues resume.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) The Monsters of Kilmanjabo
Featuring: Kaänga
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Ann Mason

Comic Story (10 pages) The Monsters of Kilmanjabo
Featuring: Kaänga
Synopsis: Kaänga, Ann, and Zulu aid the Walesas against the men of King Zando, who has vowed to destroy them.
Credits: Pencils: Maurice Whitman | Inks: Maurice Whitman
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Kaänga Ann Mason Zulu Zando Walesas (African Tribe) Marmno (elephant) Tembulu Shashanis (African Tribe) N'ganda

Comic Story (4 pages) "Wambi, the jungle boy, had coaxed his friends Tawn and Ogg to level and place the huge tree trunk for him...
Featuring: Wambi
Synopsis: When Wambi asks Tawn and Ogg for their help in returning a hippo calf to its mother, they refuse, saying they owe nothing to the calf. Later, when Tawn's calf is endangered by native hunters, the hippo mother comes to the rescue. Tawn and Ogg learned a lesson in gratitude.
Credits: Pencils: Henry Kiefer | Inks: Henry Kiefer
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Wambi Leo (leopard) Tawn Ogg

Comic Story (5 pages)
Featuring: Capt. Terry Thunder
Synopsis: Miss Porter and Kafir plot to make Kafir chief of the Kibalas. Kafir pretends to be blind and is granted entrance to the Kibalas' sacred temple. Once inside, he uses a camera to photograph the idol. Later, he claims to be the rightful chief of the Kibalas due to his amazing powers. He waves his hand over a canvas (previously treated by Porter to create a photographic print) and causes the image of the idol to appear. Terry exposes Kafir as sighted by threatening him with a spear which causes the fraud to flinch.
Credits: Pencils: Robert Webb ?
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Terry Thunder Keeto Kafir Kibalas (African Tribe) Miss Porter

Text Story (2 pages) Cats in the Big Cage
Featuring: The Big Cage
Credits: Script: Clyde Beatty | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (7 pages)
Featuring: Camilla
Synopsis: A pair of crooked traders take the Walsulis' sacred white hippopotamus. Camilla pursues them and recovers the sacred animal. The traders are killed by the other animals they had captured for the circus trade.
Credits: Pencils: Ralph Mayo | Inks: Ralph Mayo
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Camilla Zagar Khai (leopard) Narayo Wasulis (African Tribe) Masais (African Tribe) Garro Chip Gaines Skeet

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