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Robert Webb, Will Eisner, and Jerry Iger
52 pages (Fall 1948); 18.0MB download
Fiction House and Shoulders of Giants; ISBN: SHGI-00086
Sheena, Queen of the Jungle is a fictional, American comic book jungle girl heroine, published originally by Fiction House. She possessed the ability to communicate with the wild animals after having grown up with them since being orphaned in the jungle. She was fiercely proficient in fighting with knives, spears, and bows, and improvised with makeshift weapons. Her primary ability was to surprise her opponents, either human or animal. She was the first female comic-book character with her own title, with her Spring 1942 premiere beating Wonder Woman #1 (Summer 1942) by three months. Sheena, herself a distaff Tarzan, inspired a wealth of similar comic-book jungle queens.
This issue: Throughout the long, dark jungle night, Loando talking drums muttered an urgent message: "strange shadows flit and dance once again amongst the ancient ruins of Tigora. The demons of fear plague our Kraal. Come, SHEENA, come!" and soon, as the great fireball rose in the sky, the Jungle Queen and her mate trekked on, on toward the stricken area until ... And other stories.