THIS BOOK IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!!As a tribute to gorgeous pin-up queen, Irish McCall, who portrayed “Sheena” on television in the 1950’s, this book portrays Irish as a jungle gal herself. In the savage African jungle Irish combats giant reptiles and conniving white hunters in a thrilling, full-color comic-style adventure. The story is written by Bill Black, with art by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike. Color reprints of the Golden Age Sheena are also included as drawn by Robert Webb in her original 1940’s Fiction House Comics title, Jumbo Comics. Black and white photos of Irish McCalla’s acting and modelling careers , and a remembrance of the woman and her career by fan and friend J. M Bembaron round out the package. (Please note that much of the material in this book has seen print previously in the “TV’s Sheena, Irish McCalla” trade paperback. ) 40 pages, color and black and white; 81/2″ X 11″, magazine size. Printed in 2002
SOLD OUT!!!Contemporary stories of war, espionage, terrorism & intrigue, written by Frank (Xeno) Zenau, and illustrated by the Dell Barras Studios. 36 pages, FULL COLOR, standard comic book size and format; saddle stitched. Printed in 1987.
In 1987, prominent Southern comics retailer Frank Zenau (of Xenogames fame) approached AC publisher Bill Black about packaging a line of comics focusing on genres underrepresented in the then-currentb comics market. Zenua would put them together and finance them, and AC would publish. Fantasy Features was the first, a sword-and-sorcery anthology. This issue featured Eric The Dragonslayer in “Death Hunt”, and “Back To Syros”, both by Frank Zenau and Mar T. Santana. Pinups by Dell Barras and Joe Mari Mongcal.
ONLY ONE LEFT!! Text & photos on Ingrid Pitt, of Mammer Films’ “The Vampire Lovers”; Irish McCalla; beach Babes; Anita Ekberg giantess photos from Fellini’s “Boccaccio ’70” film. Comic book stories include “Bloodlines”, rare Captain Paragon vampire tale (story & art by Bill Black), reworked Golden Age Rulah jungle girl story, “Bloodstained Fangs”; giantess tale “I Hunted Gazong’ga, The Thing That Grew”. 52 pages, b&w with color covers, standard comic book size & format; saddle-stitched. Printeed in 1999
More great serial-inspired comic book action, with the conclusions of last issues’ stories: Nyoka wraps up “The Perils of Conquest” with Chapter 3- “The Secret of the Sphinx”, while Don Winslow (by Carl Pfeuffer & John Jordan) ends “Terror of The Tundras” in triumph, with Chapter 2- “In The Lair of the Beast”, and Chapter 3, “The Death Blow”. Plus- more Western adventure with Tom Mix in- “The Crushing Empire”. 36 pages, black & white, standard comic book size & format, saddle-stitched. Printed in 1989.
Celebrating the great action serials of the 1940’s, this premiere issue starts off with a great photo cover of Kay Aldridge as Nyoka, with not one but TWO chapters of the Nyoka comic-book serial, “The Perils of Conquest”!! Then, it’s Don Winslow (as illustrated by Carl Pfeuffer and John Jordan) in Chapter One of “Terror on the Tundras”, followed by Tom Mix in “The Promise”, also by Pfeuffer & Jordan. All are reprints of stories originally published by Fawcett Comics, and all stories have their conclusions in Cliffhanger Comics #2. 36 pages, all black & white; standard comic book size and format- saddle-stitched. Printed in 1989.
THIS BOOK IS NOW SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!Picking up where Cliffhangers 1A left off, it’s the conclusion to the Masked Marvel adventure, with chapter three : “The Masked Phoenix”, by Jordi Ensign, Mark Heike, John Nadeau and Rik Levins. Then, Don Winslow comes closer to the villainous Scorpion in chapter two: “High Seas Showdown”, another Fawcatt reprint from the 1940’s, by Carl Pfeufer and John Jordan; Rocky Lane brings in The Law-Baiters in chapter two: “Outlaw Justice”, another ’50’s gem reprinted. Finally, Don Winslow comes out on top in chapter three: “Pawns of The Scorpion”, again by Pfeufer and Jordan. Photo covers of Don Winslow, interiors arte black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.
Dedicated to the great action movie serials of the 1940’s and ’50’s, this fast-paced publication starts off with a modern comics adaptation of Republic Pictures’ 1943 Tom Steele serial, The Masked Marvel, with chapter one (of course) by Jordi (Star Wars)Ensign, and Mark(Star Trek)Heike, with inking by John(Justice League)Dell,on a story titled “Dive Of Doom”.Action hero Don Winslow appears in a reprint from his Fawcett Comics run of the Golden Age, in chapter one of “The Undersea Cable”, drawn by Carl Pfeufer and John Jordan. Then, there’s cowboy Rocky Lane in “The Law-Baiters: chapter one- The Trap”, also from Fawcett; and the Masked Marvel returns in chapter two: “Doorway To Destruction”,by Jordi Ensign and Mark Heike. In the serial tradition, all of these stories are cliffhangers, to be resolved in the next issue, Cliffhangers 2A. Also, this issue covers the screen career of Tom Steele, in a photo-illustrated article by movie historian Bill Feret. Photo covers of Tom Steele as The Masked Marvel, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.
THIS BOOK IS NOW SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!TV’s Original Sheena : Irish McCalla This is the Autographed Edition signed by Irish McCalla! Irish McCalla, the statuesque blonde beauty who portrayed Sheena, Queen of the Jungle in the mid-1950’s television series, is featured in this 100 page tribute. Irish herself contributed a new interview and shared some exerpts from her personal journal written during the filming of the series. Irish tells of her experiences as the celluloid jungle queen in the jungles of Mexico. This book is illustrated with many photos of Sheena, including color shots and rare pictures never before published! This book is printed on 50 lb. white offset paper . In addition, a representation of color photos spanning all aspects of Irish’s career are printed on glossy stock. A special full-color section reprints a 1941 Sheena comic book story by Bob Powell- and a second by Robert H. Webb; both rare treats, as they are shot from the original art! And, seen for the first time ever, a brand new comic book adventure entitled “Irish, Queen of the Jungle” will be included. It is written and illustrated by Bill Black, C. Bradford Gorby and Mark G. Heike. The film career of Irish MCCalla is covered, featuring a synopsis and photos of the cult classic, She Demons. An episode guide of the Sheena TV series is here, too. This full-sized, 81/2″ X 11″ trade paperback is printed on the finest stock paper for the best quality photo reproduction. 112 pages, 32 in full color, with a full-color cover. A must-have item for all film, pin-up and comic book collectors. Printed in 1992. autographed edition signed by Irish McCalla!
THIS BOOK IS NOW SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!TV’s Original Sheena : Irish McCalla Irish McCalla, the statuesque blonde beauty who portrayed Sheena, Queen of the Jungle in the mid-1950’s television series, is featured in this 100 page tribute. Irish herself contributed a new interview and shared some exerpts from her personal journal written during the filming of the series. Irish tells of her experiences as the celluloid jungle queen in the jungles of Mexico. This book is illustrated with many photos of Sheena, including color shots and rare pictures never before published! This book is printed on 50 lb. white offset paper . In addition, a representation of color photos spanning all aspects of Irish’s career are printed on glossy stock. A special full-color section reprints a 1941 Sheena comic book story by Bob Powell- and a second by Robert H. Webb; both rare treats, as they are shot from the original art! And, seen for the first time ever, a brand new comic book adventure entitled “Irish, Queen of the Jungle” will be included. It is written and illustrated by Bill Black, C. Bradford Gorby and Mark G. Heike. The film career of Irish MCCalla is covered, featuring a synopsis and photos of the cult classic, She Demons. An episode guide of the Sheena TV series is here, too. This full-sized, 81/2″ X 11″ trade paperback is printed on the finest stock paper for the best quality photo reproduction. 112 pages, 32 in full color, with a full-color cover. A must-have item for all film, pin-up and comic book collectors. Printed in 1992. See also our autographed edition signed by Irish McCalla!
THIS BOOK IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! More vintage & exotic jungle action/adventure with the intrepid NYOKA GORDON starring in: “Knights of the Jungle”, “Headhunting Pygmies”, “The Lost Brother”, & “Tribe of Giants”; plus guest-features DON WINSLOW in “Danger in The Depths”, and buxom, bikini-clad jungle princess Camilla. . This issue reprints the artwork of two Golden Age notables- Bernard Krigstein, who is best-remembered for his groundbreaking explorations of graphic storytelling during his run at EC Comics; and Ralph Mayo, a “good girl” artist whose work graced many of the best “GGA” features at Fiction House and Standard/Nedor in the late 1940’s. This book contains material originally published by Fawcett, Fiction House and Charlton Comics. Black & white with color covers; 40 pages, standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2005.
The daring, dark-haired adventuress who roams the Dark Continent returns here in a trio of classic adventures reprinted from both her Fawcett Comics and Charlton series, including “Perilous Journey” and “The Jealous Jungle Companion”, both from Master Comics; and “The Sun Goddess”. Also, guest-stories featuring Fiction Houses’ jungle beauty, Camilla; as drawn by Ralph Mayo, and TV star Ramar of the Jungle, in “Drums of Kawa”, illustrated by Maurice Whitman. It’s classic jungle action at it’s best. 44 pages, balck & white with color covers. Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2005
A new comic-book style serial starts this issue, “Prowlers In The Night”. Investigating the strange behavior of close friend Larry Grayson in the last storyline, Nyoka is prowling the back alleys of Wadi Barta when she is attacked by a masked assassin. Only unexpected help from Skull Squad member The Blonde Bomber manages to save her- but both women are soon in the soup when confronted by- The Hooded Serpent!! Written and inked by Bill Black, with pencils by Richard(The Count)Rome. Adventure and “good girl art”. Then, it’s a three-part blast from the past with a Golden Age Nyoka reprint-“Message From Nowhere”. Photo centerspread repro of a lobby card from the Francis Gifford Nyoka serial, Jungle Girl. And a write-up of a serial retrospective held at the American Museum Of The Moving Image- “Cliffhanger Update”, by Bill Feret. Black and white photo cover, back and inside covers, interior is black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.
New photo feature!! This issue’s new lead story is something special- not a line-drawn comic strip at all, but a series of photos shot and composed to tell a story!! Model/actress Laura Stafford portrays “Young Nyoka”, as she and her pet cat repell an alien invasion!! Unique, interesting and fun!! Three more classic Golden Age reprints fill out the vintage section, including “Perils in the Pyramids”, from Fawcett’s Master comics #92, June of 1948, as drawn by E. C. Comics great, Bernie Krigstein; “Jungle Ambush”, from Charlton’s Nyoka #20, and “A King’s Ransom”, from #21, both illustrated by Maurice Whitman. The text feature is a rundown of the first Nyoka serial, Republic’s 1941 Jungle Girl, written by Bill Feret- “A Legend Is Born”. Color photo cover of Laura Stafford as Young Nyoka, black and white back and inside covers of Kay Aldridge and Francis Gifford as Nyoka. Interiors are black and white with graytones. 44 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.
The new Nyoka serial achieves chapter 3- “The Skull Squad”!! Even as Nyoka escapes a chocking doom by leaping through a window, Chuck Ramsey( now revealed to be Captain Nightflight )is being tortured by Vida’s thugs. A hopeless attempt to save him on Nyoka’s part is trumped by a machine-gun-weilding Larry Grayson, but an airstrike followed by a ground assault from three new players saves the day. The China Clipper, The Phantom Falcon, The Blonde Bomber and The Skipper, known collectively as the Skull Squad! Serial-style action in the best classic tradition, as written , layed out and inked by Bill Black, with pencils by Bill Lux and assists by Bill Koch. The Golden Age reprints this go-around include “Jungle Jousts Of Death”, from Fawcett’s Master Comics #105, July, of 1949, is drawn by H. C. Kiefer; “The Symbol Of Danger”, is from Master #127, April of 1952, and “The Ivory Pirates”, from Charlton’s Nyoka #17, January of 1957, is drawn by Maurice Whitman. A line-drawn Bill Black illustration that was an alternate cover for this issue is the centerspread, and there is a personal letter from Nyoka actress Kay Aldridge. Color photo cover, black and white photo back and inside covers. Interiors are black and white with graytones. 44 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.
THIS BOOK IS COPMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!NY#2 ALL COLOR!!! The new Nyoka adventure continues, with chapter 2- “Cloud Of Death!” No sooner do Nyoka and her companion, aviator Chuck Ramsey narrowly escape death as the plane they were on crashes into a frozen mountainside, when they are captured by the fearsome Serpent Cult, and their beautiful but evil leader , Vida the Cobra Lady. Despare turns to joy when one of Nyoka’s captors appears to be her boyfriend, Larry Grayson. That is, until he releases billows of biological weaponry on her- The Cloud Of Death! Written by Bill Black, drawn by Black and Don Secrease, and inked by Bill Black.Note that the glide suit that Ramsey uses to save himself and Nyoka this issue looks very similar to one worn by Captain Midnight. The Golden Age reprint this issue is the three-part cliffhanger originally seen in Fawcett’s Nyoka # 45, “The Jungle Heads Of Horror”. It is shot directly from the original artwork- as perfect as the day it was drawn. Plus, “Nyoka For The Record”, thoughts on both the comic and film series, written by Bill Feret. Color photo cover of Kay Aldridge as Nyoka, glossy black and white interior and back covers. Book interiors are color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1988
ALL COLOR!!! One of the longest-running jungle-themed heroines returns, with both new stories and vintage Golden Age reprints.Starting out as a movie serial, Republic Pictures “The Jungle Girl” and “Perils Of Nyoka” ( released in 1941 and 1942, respectively ) inspired Fawcett Comics to release a Nyoka one-shot entitled Jungle Girl. Two years later, she began a regular run in Master Comics , and soon after, her own book. That ran until Fawcett ceased all comic publication in 1953.Picked up by Charlton after that, she continued in Zoo Funnies and a new series of her own book until 1957. Not of the vine-swinging, bikini-wearing variety, Nyoka ran a shop in a village on the edge of the wilderness, and dressed in a cute, short-shorts and boots “white hunter” type outfit. But she was at home in the jungle, and as tough as they come. This premiere issue’s new lead stars off a serialized story with chapter 1- “The Serpent Strikes”And things start off at a breakneck pace, as Nyoka outrides a gang of cutthroats to jump onto a plane during take-off, just to meet her contact ! Written and layed out by Bill Black, with finished art by Mark Heike. Then, a classic reprint story from Zoo Funnies #9, 1954- “Tahiti Belle” Pls, an extened write-up on the Nyoka films of Francis Gifford and Kay Aldridge, “The Many Perils Of Nyoka, The Jungle Girl”, by Bill Black-with loads of stills from the movies. Color cover by Mark Heike and Bill black, and black and white photo back and inside covers. Interiors are color throughout. 44 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.
The Wild Side team is back in action, as Princess Pantha, Nyoka, Cave Girl and Tygra battle giant insects, mole men and a topless witch on the island of Taragonia, in “Sandwitch”, written and drawn by Nick Northey, with inks by Nar Castro. Then, the nostalgia section brings us a Golden Age reprint of another Wild Sider, Tygra; in “The Slaves Of Babylon”. It originally appeared in Nedor/Standard’s Startling Comics #52, from 1948, and it’s drawn by the inimitable Artie Saaf. Then, Fox Feature’s Tangi returns in “The Idol With Four Paws”, drawn by Jack(Phantom Lady)Kamen, from Dagar, The Desert Hawk #16, 1948. Finally, it’s a sexy Sheena-like spoof of the genre with “Shirl, The Jungle Girl”, a 1950’s Mad-type satire by Howard Nostrand. Busty, leggy and beautiful girls in bikini animal skins- it’s like a day at the beach. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.
The second great Wild Side jungle babe team-up, as Nyoka, Princess Pantha and Cave Girl find an underwater race of mer-women at the bottom of the lagoon on Taragonia in “Wet And Wildside”. Written and drawn by Nick Northey, inked by Florence and Rene Magalang. The vintage section this issue features three “newcomers” to JG, straight out of comic’s Golden Age. First, it’s Nedor/Standard’s late ’40’s star of Exciting Comics, Judy Of The Jungle, in “Talons of the Leopard Queen” sensually rendered by Artie Saaf. Then, it’s Fox Feature’s Tangi, drawn by Jack(E. C. Comics)Kamen, in “The Scarlet Guilt”, a story that originally appeared in Dagar, The Desert Hawk #20, October of 1948. Finally, see Taanda, from Avon Comic’s White Princess of the Jungle, in “The Ant Invasion”, drawn by Gene Fawcette. The best “good girl art” from four decades, every issue. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.
New Lead Feature!! Five Classic Jungle Girls Team Up In All-New Stories!!This issues opens with the debut of Wild Side- a brand-new team-up of Tara(Femforce)Fremont, Nyoka, Cave Girl, Tygra and Princess Pantha, as they explore another island owned by Tara’s rich father, T. C. Originally purchased for and named after Tara when she was a baby, unknown to her T. C. had allowed U.S. government nuclear testing there at one time. And though the radiation has now dissipated, it houses strange mutants and time anomalies, as the girls learn when they get “Five Tickets To Taragonia!”, the start of a new, ongoing series in JG. Written and drawn by Nick Northey, with inks by Rene Maglalang, Ray Arias, Mark Heike, and Michael White. Guest starring She-Cat. Then, a vintage Golden Age tale of Nedor’s Princess Pantha, from a late 1940’s issue of Thrilling Comics- “The Girl Who Kept Faith”, drawn by Artie(Supergirl)Saaf. Plus, another Fiction House classic, Camilla, Wild Girl of the Congo, in “The Gold of the Bantu Chieftain”, as illustrated by Matt Baker. Great glamorous pinup style comic art. Color cover by Rik Levins and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.
New Lead Story !!! That jungle gal for today, Tara Fremont, and her Femforce teammate Synn are manipulated by Umbra, thr Voodoo priestess , as city settings suddenly turn to savage jungle around them in “Vampire Queen Of The Horror Kraal”, plotted by Bill Black, scripted and layed out by Richard(The Count)Rome, drawn by Mark Heike, and inked by Chris Allen. Cameos by Buckaroo Betty, She-Cat and Synn. Then, it’s a pair of Fiction House Golden Age classics, in the vintage reprint section- Matt Baker’s Tiger Girl, as seen originally in Fight Comics, in “A Priestess For The Shadowland Shrine”; followed by that most famous of jungle sirens, Sheena, Queen of The Jungle in “The Ancient Temple Of The Ivory Tusks”, beautifully illustrated by Robert H. Webb, and shot directly from the ORIGINAL ARTWORK!! Plus, another two-page preview of the Wild Side series, debutung in the next issue of JG. The best of “good girl art” techniques- from the 1940’s, to today. Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.
Yet more vintage Golden Age jungle glamour, cover to cover!! See Fiction House beauties like Tiger Girl, as rendered by Matt(Sky Girl)Baker, in “Might Of The Zalaka Pygmies”, and Camilla , by Bob Lubbers in “Greed And the Ancient Caves”, and a breathtaking Robert H. Webb -illustrated Sheena, Queen Of The Jungle tale, “Animal Cages Of The Slave Women”! Then, it’s Nyoka Of The Jungle in “The Last Of The Slavers”. Plus, a special bonus two-page preview of the upcoming new series to debut in an upcomong JG, teaming up Tara, Cave Girl, Nyoka, Tygra and Princess Pantha, in all-new adventures- Tales Of Taragonia.(later changed to Wild Side) Art by Nick Northey and Mark Heike. Superb, sexy, pinup style “good girl art” throughout. Color cover , interiors are black and white with graytones. Printed in 1993.
Another great all-Golden Age issue!! Sheena Queen of the Jungle does an encore, as the Fiction House babe stars in “Eight Men Fled”, a beautiful Robert H. Webb -drawn adventure shot from the ACTUAL ORIGINAL ART!! Webb is back as the artist on the second classic feature, Tiger girl in “The Curse Of Ha-Rae-Nah”. Finally, it’s Fawcett’s Nyoka, The Jungle Girl in “The Missing Pink Elephants”. Pulse-pounding paragons of pulchritude, done up jungle style. “Good girl art” pinup style comic stories, by the best glamour artists in the medium’s history- perfectly and faithfully reproduced. How can history be so much fun?? Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.
New lead story!! The Femforce’s present-day giant woman jungle babe, Tara Fremont stars , as alien women scheme to kidnap her for competition in a galactic sporting event- until they find out she can grow into a giantess!! This untitled story is written by Bill Black, and drawn by Victor(Freak Force)Bridges. The story is unique in that it was shot almost entirely from Bridges’ beautiful pencil art, preserving all of his beautiful linework. Great GTS action. It also guest stars Captain Video. (now Videxx) Next, a trio of classic Golden Age glamour stories, perfectly reproduced- Bob Powell’s M. E. Comics masterwork, Cave Girl in “Spears Of The Snowmen”; a late-period Fiction House gem, Fight Comic’s Tiger Girl in “The Enchanted Valley”, as drawn by Jack Abel; and Fawcett’s Nyoka the Jungle Girl in “The Flying Snake”, with art by Max Elkans. Plus, “good girl art” pinups by Billie Marimon/Chad Hunt, Dave (Octobriana)Roberts and Brad Gorby. Sexy, sensual jungle sirens in skimpy bathing suits-how can that not be great? Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, printed in 1992.
Another bookload of vintage Fiction House reprints, starting off with a rare Robert H. Webb illustrated Tiger Girl story, out of Fight Comics-“The Falls Of Doom”! Then, Matt Baker does art chores on Camilla, Wild Girl of the Congo, in “Treasure of the Zulus”. Next, an absolutely gorgeous Sheena, Queen of the Jungle story from very late in her original run, also done by Robert H. Webb, shot DIRECTLY FROM THE ORIGINAL ARTWORK!! Plus- a unique bonus- a Golden Age jungle story drawn by Gene Fawcette, reworked slightly into Tara Of The Jungle- “Black Death”. See the contemporary Femforce star as she might’ve looked if she’d’ve been a late-’40’s vine-swinger. Babes a-plenty!! Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, printed in 1992.
All Fiction House Golden Age reprint issue!! Nobody did jungle glamour better than FH, so here’s their approach to it, cover to cover. Sheena is back, in a superb vintage 10-page epic, “Keeper of the Golden Scimitar”, shot from the ACTUAL ORIGINAL ART!! Then, a Maurice Whitman Kaanga story , retitled to put the focus where it belongs- “Ann and Her Mate”! Finally, the spectacular Bob Lubbers contributes art on a Camilla, Wild Girl of the Congo classic,”Camilla Must Die”! No one drew long-legged, full-figured lasses better than Mr. Lubbers!! Finally, a short text feature on a Las Vegas review called Tropical Heat in “Neon Jungle Girls”. Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.
An excellent selection of jungle glamour in this all-vintage reprint issue. No title of this kind could be complete without an ample helping of Golden Age Fiction House material, so this edition features two FH stories, both drawn by the great Matt(Phantom Lady)Baker- Tiger Girl fight women warriors in a story originally appearing in Fight Comics #39, then Camilla, Wild Girl of the Congo goes to “The Festival of B’Togi”. Also, Nyoka, The Jungle Girl rings in with “The Dancing Statues”, from Fawcett Comics’ Master #128, and Magazine Enterprises’ Cave Girl, (drawn by Bob Powell) in “The Doom Boat”, from Africa Comics #1. This is the material that the term “good girl art” was coined to describe. See three very different takes on jungle girls, all in complete stories, perfectly reproduced. Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format
Special Matt Baker issue! The ultimate “good girl art” practitioner of the Golden Age gets special focus, with not one, not two, but THREE of his very best Fiction House jungle girl stories!! First, it’s the super-sexy Camilla, Wild Girl of the Congo, in “The Power Lust of Asargi”! Then, a pair of Fight Comics reprints starring long and leggy jungle pinup Tiger Girl: “The Jewels of the Blind One”, and “The Bite of the Cobra” Plus, special guest star Nyoka, The Jungle Girl in “The Legend Hunter”, drawn by Maurice Whitman. All vintage cheesecake glamour and action, faithfully reproduced from the vintage originals. Girls galore. Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.
This all -vintage Golden Age reprint issue ushers in yet another infamous jungle babe to this title’s pages- none other than Fox Features’ outrageous Rulah, Jungle Goddess. Known as the most titillating jungle strip of it’s day, the Rulah stories were always filled to the brim with girl fights, bondage, violence, suggested nudity, and every other taboo a newstand comic could skate near to in the late 1940’s.Two excellent examples headline this book, straight out of Fox’s All Top Comics and Rulah, Jungle Goddess(formerly Zoot Comics) “The Frenzy Of The Dishonored Idol”, and “The Ice Beast”. In between, another Fiction House beauty, Matt Baker’s Tiger Girl in “The Treasure Of The Sun Temple”. Back cover photo of Irish McCalla as Sheena. Absolutely the wildest sexy “good girl art” jungle comics , straight out of comic’s formative years Color Cover by Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.
THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!”Too Tall” Tara debuts, as our favorite ecologist-turned-jungle girl has gained the power to grow into a giantess! (GTS fans, take note!)Helping producer Mike Frankovich, Jr. with special effects on a new T. V. series, the oversized jungle queen manages to tame an eleven-foot gorilla in “My Heart Belongs To Kong”, written by Bill Black, drawn by Dick(Giant-Man)Ayers, and inked by Black and Mark Heike. And, the all-time most popular jungle girl, Fiction House’s Sheena makes her JG debut this issue, in an untitled 1940’s vintage stary drawn by Robert H. Webb and friends, shot directly from the ACTUAL ORIGINAL ART!! Then, it’s two more Fiction House Golden Age classics, a Matt Baker-drawn Tiger Girl from Fight Comics, and Bob(Long Sam)Lubbers on Camilla, Wild Girl Of The Congo, from Jungle Comics. Plus photos and a letter from T. V.’s original Sheena. pinup favorite Irish McCalla. Even if you don’t like jungle stuff, buy this book chock full of comic-style drawings of sexy girls. Color cover by Bill Black(from Matt Baker) interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1992 We are now down to 30 copies in stock!
After a two-year hiatus, Jungle Girls returns as a regular series!! The Femforce’s Tara On Jungle Island tangles with two poaches on the trail of the legendary treasure of Cap’n Jack, in a new untitled story written and drawn by Richard(The Count)Rome, and inked by Mark Heike and Jordi Ensign. Then, it’s the best of the classic jungle vixens of comic’s Golden Age, with Magazine Enterprises’ Cave Girl in “The Man Who Conquered Death”, drawn by Bob Powell, and Fiction House Publication’s Tiger Girl, straight out of Fight Comics, in “Behold The Rite Of Bor-Uk-Nah”!! Plus, full page cover repros from Fight #59, and Jumbo #104. Leggy, buxom pinup style “good girl art’ in a jungle setting. Color cover by Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.
Lots more bikini-clad Amazonian adventuresses, leading off with AC’s favorite Femforcer and contemporary lady vine-swinger, Tara Fremont.Tara’s Jungle Island paradise is interrupted by a parachutist toting bags of money. Could it be “The Return of D. B. Cooper”? With story and pencils by Jeff (Shanghai)Whiting, and inks by John(Mystic)Dell. More Golden Age girly goodies with complete story reprints- “Death Comes Three Ways”, starring Magazine Enterprises Cave Girl, originally seen in 1953’s Thun’da #5, and drawn by Bob Powell, and Nyoka, The Jungle Girl from her Fawcett Comics run, in “The Death Mask”, previously printed in Master Comics #131, 1952. Both stories utilize the best reconstruction and reprographics available, and are as perfect as the day they were drawn. Also, part II of an Ed Lane article on Cave Girl that began in Cave Girl #1, plus photos of actress Victoria Vetri, from the 1970 Hammer film, “When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth”. Great “good girl art” with a jungle twist. Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.
The concept of a beautiful female adventurer romping through the jungle has been a staple of comics and films since the late 1930’s. With this title, AC would celebrate the great jungle girls of popular culture throughout the years, and into the present. Leading off this premiere issue is the top contemporary jungle babe, Tara Fremont, star of AC’s Femforce supergroup. On a trip to Africa, Tara runs afoul of the local native witch woman, Na’Waga, in “The Mirror Of Horror”, written and drawn by Bill Black. This is a new story, adapted from a previous tale that originally appeared in Paragon Publications’ Tara On The Dark Continent #1, in 1969.Then, it’s a pair of classic Golden Age reprints, with Bob Powell’s Cave Girl, in “Terror In The Town”, originally seen in Magazine Enterprises’ Cave Girl #14, and Nyoka the Jungle Girl in “The Alligator Island”, from Charlton’s Zoo Funnies #10. Sexy, sultry jungle temptresses in primordial action from cover to cover. Color cover by Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones.28 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.
Classic reprints of fantasy/s-f/s&s stories from the 1950’s!! Wally Wood’s Captain Science in “The Insidious Doctor Khartoum”; John Giunta’s Crom, The Barbarian in “The Giant From Beyond”; Sid Greene’s “The Flame Goddess”; and “Princess of the Past” by Larsen. Vintage full-story reprints originally published by Avon Pubs. and others. 36 pages, b&w with color covers, standard comic book size & format; saddle-stitched. Printed in 1990.
Magazine Enterprises Thun’da, King of the Congo stars in a book filled with classic reprints of his exploits out of comic’s Golden Age, all drawn by the great Bob Powell. Read “The Flying Devils”, from Thun’da #5, 1953; “The Gold Maker”, from Cave Girl #12, 1953; and “When The Jungle Went Mad”, from Thun’da #4, 1953. See why Columbia Pictures chose to immortalize this character in a 1952 movie serial, and read up on the film career of the man who played him- Buster Crabbe, in “King Crabbe”, by Bill Feret. Chock full of photo stills from Crabbe’s many films, including glossy inside and back cover shots. Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.
All classic Golden Age reprints!! Get two lushly illustrated adventures of Fiction House Comics’ answer to Tarzan- Kaanga! Straight out of late-1940’s issues of Jungle Comics, see FC’s most popular male jungle dweller, amply assisted by his bosomy, brunette mate, Ann. (Renamed Ki-Gorr and Raa respectively here.) Read “Old Thunder” and “Fire Beam”, both rendered by Maurice Whitman. With the exception of the name change, both stories are perfectly reproduced- as sharp and crisp as the day they were drawn. Then, it’s Magazine Enterprises darling of the Dawn World, Cave Girl in “The Fire Pit Menace”, drawn by Bob Powell. A special bonus is two “Ki-Gorr and Raa” pinups by John Celardo. Savage jungle action and sultry primitive babes. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1995.
LOTHIS BOOK IS COMPLETLY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!Classic adventures from the 1940’s, starring the sexy, savage beauty from Fiction House Comics ‘ Jumbo Comics!! Experience these vintage adventures of the most popular jungle girl in history, in crystal clear, sharp reproductions of complete Golden Age stories, as drawn by Robert W. Webb and co. Read “Eyes Of A Killer Cat”, from Jumbo Comics #99; “The Peg-Legged Slaver King Of The Congo”, from Jumbo #100; “The Dancing Warriors Of Kalonga”, from Jumbo #102; “The Valley Of Eternal Sleep”, from Jumbo #104; “The War Elephant of Gondora”, from Jumbo #164; “Sheena And The Ape Worshippers”, from Jumbo #73, and “Sheena And The Hidden Valley”. More than sixty pages of the best “good girl art” jungle action ever to appear in print. See why this icon has inspired TWO television series; one in the 1950’s, starring pinup queen Irish McCalla, and another in 2000, featuring ex-Bay Watch star Jenna Lee Nolin. Historical text by Bill Black. Full color cover, interiors are black and white. 76 pages, squarebound trade paperback format, standard comic book size. Printed in 1999
Beautiful, blonde, busty-and straight out of a primitive Dawn World, that was Magazine Enterprises Cave Girl, and she returns here in a package of high-quality reprints, all from M. E. ‘s Cave Girl #11, 1954. “The Pool Of Life” tells us how little Carol, abandoned in the jungle, would come to be Cave Girl. Art by Bob Powell- one of the all time “good girl art” masters. Cave Girl returns to civilization (and not happily) in “The City Of Terror”, also by Powell. The blonde jungle girl saves her friend, “white hunter” Luke Hardin from the spears of Lakali tribesmen in “The Shining Gods”, once again drawn by Bob Powell. Also in this issue is the Cave Girl Feature Index; a text rundown of her comics career by Powell expert Ed Lane, and photo-article on Hammer Films’ When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth, starring Victoria Vetri. Color cover by Bob Powell, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.
Features Cave Girl written by Gardner Fox,art by Bob Powell. “The Amazon Assasins” from Cave Girl #12, “Altar of the Axe” from Cave Girl #13 and “the Sadow God of Korchak” from Thun’Da #4! Plus Nyoka the Jungle Girl in “Jungle Jaundice” art by Henry Kieffer from Master Comics 111!