Mad Monster of Mu-Ungo

JUNGLE STORIES. Fall 1949

Ki-Gor — Jungle Lord, betrays his Pygmy breathren and his mate Helene into the slave-pits of the Mad Monster of Mu-Ungo

Also featuring  The Chained God

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Ki-Gor And The Forbidden Mountain

Jungle Stories - Spring 1940

Ki-Gor And Helene Fall Prey To Rina, Cruel Empress Of A Lost White Empire

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River Of Eyes (Original Title: Crocodile Fever)

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The Greatest Adventure Epic Since “Kon-Tiki”

From the back:

White Woman — Bad Medicine

Through out the terrifying ordeal of the crocodile hunt, the natives had stood by Dempster loyally. Especially Joseph, the Zulu. Night after night they had shared the terror, braved the horrible death in those fearsome, reptilian jaws.

But now the superstitious Africans were nervous and ill at ease. For a white woman had suddenly appeared at their female-hungry jungle camp. The woman would fill Dempster’s thoughts, sap his energies, make him careless on the river.

They knew that something bad was going to happen!

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Warrior Queen of Atilla’s Lost Legion

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Ki-Gor, Jungle Lord, Tracks His Stolen Mate To The Ape-Guarded Stronghold Of Beautiful, Deadly Tarma

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Blood-Priestess Of Vig N’Ga

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Ki-Gor — Jungle Lord — Matches His Strength And Cunning Against A Lost White Tribe’s Enchantress

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The Sword of Sheba

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Doom in the night… the beasts roaring fear… the Congo tribes fleeing… and Ki-Gor lay bound at the feet of the Conqueress!

Also includes the story Swamp Fetish

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Drums Of Destiny (1933)

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Stephen Waite, the artist whose signature is on this cover and interior illustration, is apparently not a real person. David Saunders (Norman Saunders’ son) makes a strong case that he was really cartoonist John Henry Striebel hiding his income under a pseudonym while going through a divorce.

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The Blonde Gang Moll of Africa’s Jungle Bandits

Adventure Life January 1959

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Secrets Of A Parisian Vice-Cop

Champion For Men November 1959

Also featuring Kid Curry: Last Of The Gunslingers and Wildest Party Since Nero!

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Jungle Magic That Kills Today!

Champion For Men February 1960

Also featuring Taboo Love Goddess Of Paradise Island, Rodeo Is Suicide, and Pistol Packin’ Madame Of Redeye Saloon

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