In fact, Wambi's best friend was an Indian-variety elephant named Tawn, and other continuing characters were Ogg the Gorilla and Hyda the Hippopotamus. Wambi had an inate ability to communicate with the lower orders, even when the animals made no sound at all. The result was the first modern comic book. He could talk to animals, even ones that didn't make sounds. A big-game hunter's son resists pressure to follow in his father's footsteps; Wambi teaches a chieftain's son about fire safety in the forest; A band of baboons tries to take a precious watering hole from the other animals of the jungle.
. Jungle hero Wambi is a boy who can talk to animals, including his friends Tawn the elephant and Ogg the ape. How the staples got wet and not the exterior of the book is a mystery. In 1933, publishers at Eastern Color Press, intent to make better use of their printing equipment which frequently sat idle between jobs , came up with the idea of printing an 8-page comic section that could be folded down from the large broadsheet to a smaller 9-inch by 12-inch format. Art by Henry Kiefer and others. Returns are accepted only if there was a defect not listed in the description.
Wambi; White Medicine Voodoo; The Jungle Feud; Wambi Tells How Elephants are Caught and Trained in His Jungleland; The Pearl Diver's Treasure; Wambi Tells About Big Game; The Hunter of Jamru; Wambi Tells About Hunting the Man-Eating Tiger; The Fakir; The Pearl Diver Tells Wambi About the Giant Clam; The Great Chief's Son; The Great Gold Strike. We only hold comic books and images that are in the Public Domain. The enterprise was a smashing success and Eastern began churning out numerous reprints on a monthly basis. An Indian princess offers to marry the prince who brings the most live animals to her private zoo; A monk gone wrong plots to use his temple's pygmy white elephant to steal the temple jewels; Natives abduct a woman in revenge for her father's misdeeds. Another great wildlife cover by Maurice Whitman.
All books will be packaged safely and securely. Jungle hero Wambi is a boy who can talk to animals, including his friends Tawn the elephant and Ogg the ape. Wambi helps a family of leopards cross a dangerous river; A jungle quiz featuring fun facts and nice animal art; Sirdah the tiger tricks Wambi with a boy-who-cried-wolf gambit. Centerfold does show the slightest moisture damage around the staples. A renegade Rajah tries to build a road through the jungle, but when his dynamite explosion started injuring the animals, Wambi steps in. Jungle hero Wambi is a boy who can talk to animals, including his friends Tawn the elephant and Ogg the ape. Jungle hero Wambi is a boy who can talk to animals, including his friends Tawn the elephant and Ogg the ape.
Art by Henry Kiefer and others. Condition: Fine, Publisher: Fiction House See More. No unknown or strange file formats! Wambi the Jungle Boy was created by an unknown writer in collaboration with pulp magazine artist Henry Kiefer, who later did a lot of work on Classics Illustrated. Wambi; King of the Monkeys; King of the Congo; Quest of Moor Hill Country; Jungle Terror Tests. This disk contains some of their most popular titles, such as Fight Comics, Firehair Comics, Wambi Jungle Boy, and more.
The elephant cub in this story is supposed to be white, but the poor thing is colored gray throughout. Wambi the Jungle Boy had an innate ability to communicate with the lower order, even when the animals made no sound at all. A prince's jungle safari offers a golden opportunity to his vizier, who wants to do away with him; A colonial commissioner finds trouble when trying to return a native treasure to its rightful owners; The origin of Wambi retold. Swampland Safari; Spoor of the Moon Beasts; Slave Safari; Lair of the Banshee Apes. Other publishers, eager to get in on the profits, jumped on the bandwagon and the comic book industry was born! Jungle hero Wambi is a boy who can talk to animals, including his friends Tawn the elephant and Ogg the ape.
Kiefer's retirement in 1953 also coincided with Wambi's cancellation, a mere five issues before Jungle Comics itself called it a day. Wambi was a boy who lived in a jungle that had both lions and tigers, as well as both Indian and African elephans. Page length varies, each issue is about 50-70 pages. All three appear in an untitled tale written by Roy S. Aside from his Jungle Comics venue, Wambi also appeared in his own title for eighteen issues, published between 1942 and 1952.
So we can investigate further. We now have over 16,000 digitized vintage comic books in our library! The artwork is by Henry Kiefer. The series resumes after a five-year hiatus. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders. Fun cover by Maurice Whitman. After being captured, Wambi was put in the arena to face the wild animals, a tiger, lion, and a leopard, but as these were his jungle brothers, they would not harm him.
A mischievous monkey stands in the way of a scientist who wants to stop a cruel hunter; Fun facts about native tribes of Africa; Wambi ignores the warnings of his animal friends and goes to investigate Mystery Valley. Final issue of the series. Fangs of Fear; Pygmy Peril; King of the Congo; Malida's Jungle; The Treasure of the Elephants. The Taming of the Tigress; When the Red Tempest Roars; Wambi and the Laughing Terror; Wambi. Where he came from, how he leaned to talk to animals, or how he came to be living in his jungle is never explaned. Jungle hero Wambi is a boy who can talk to animals, including his friends Tawn the elephant and Ogg the ape. Lovely wildlife montage on the cover by Maurice Whitman.