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Ramar of the Jungle (1954) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Ramar of the Jungle (1954) 1

    Stories and art by Art Peddy, Nat Johnson, and Al Gordon. Jungle adventure based on a TV series, as white doctor Tom Reynolds sets up shop in Africa and earns the name "Ramar." The series starts with a bang as Trudy is immediately captured by a giant gorilla, and the mystery deepens with the arrival of a vengeful madman. An introduction to the characters of "Ramar of the Jungle." Ramar struggles to understand how the Masai's thousand-year-old stone idol has seemingly come to life. Jungle Mystery; Ramar of the Jungle; The Puma; Sleep of Forever; The Curse of the Voodoo Idol. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Ramar of the Jungle (1954) 2
    • Coloring on back cover.
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Moderate color touch. 1" Cumulative spine split.

    Stories and art by Mike Sekowsky, Mike Peppe, and John Belfi. Jungle adventure based on a TV series, as white doctor Tom Reynolds sets up shop in Africa and earns the name "Ramar;" Charlton takes over publishing with this issue. Stranded in Kenya, Ramar and pals face the Mau Mau, real-life guerrilla fighters of the era. A profile of the cowboys of Brazil's Marajo Island. A deadly red fungus threatens to wipe out a tribal village, unless Ramar can figure out how to stop it. First issue with the Comics Code seal on the cover. Egbert the Explorer; Oasis of Fear; Tropical Topics; The Red Death!; The African Elephant; The Cowboy and the Cayman!; Bear Trap Blues; The South American Cowboy!; Garo and the Curse of the God Rama; Did You Know This About Them?; Kitty Kat Kavalcade. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Ramar of the Jungle (1954) 3

    Stories and art by Charles Nicholas, Jon D'Agostino, Bill Molno, Marc Swayze and Howard Boughner. Jungle adventure based on a TV series, as white doctor Tom Reynolds sets up shop in Africa and earns the name "Ramar." Ramar tracks poachers into the deadly Green Doom, towering stands of razor-grass that no man has ever crossed through unscathed. Voodoo dolls perplex Ramar, a man of science, but they seem to work on those who believe. Deep-sea divers discover a sunken treasure ship and dare to retrieve its fortunes. Trader Tom; The Tyranny of Hama; The Witch Doctor's Dolls; Egbert the Explorer; Prisoner in Charge; Green Doom; Deep Treasure; Ballyhoo Barney: Which Twin Is the Phony; Quiz. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Ramar of the Jungle (1954) 4
    • 3" Cumulative spine split. Staple rust.

    Stories and art by Charles Nicholas, Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio, Bill Molno, Sal Trapani and Howard Boughner. Jungle adventure based on a TV series, as white doctor Tom Reynolds sets up shop in Africa and earns the name "Ramar." Ramar tries to protect a primitive tribe that stands in the path of a modern-day war in the Congo.Yet another rogue witch doctor impersonates his tribe's idol to turn them against the white invaders. Ramar tries to prevent a foolhardy nature photographer from getting himself killed by the jungle. Trader Tom; Guerilla Chief; Danger from a Doll; Egbert the Explorer; Iron-Hearted; Movies in the Jungle; The Gunless Hunter; Jungle Road; The Seat of the Truth; Quiz. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Ramar of the Jungle (1954) 5
    • 1/2" cumulative spine split. Cover detached at one staple. Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Cover by Maurice Whitman. Stories and art by Charles Nicholas, Jon D'Agostino, Bill Molno, Sal Trapani and Maurice Whitman. Jungle adventure based on a TV series, as white doctor Tom Reynolds sets up shop in Africa and earns the name "Ramar." Ramar seeks the mysterious tribe of Little Dancing People deep in the jungle - or is it just an incredible jungle hoax by the Mau Mau guerrilla army? In a remote, primitive jungle region, Ramar encounters those who live in the shadow of the Temple of Dragons. Mary, a white woman raised in the jungle by a native tribe after her parents' murder, thinks all white men are evil, and that includes Ramar. Plus a note from Alfred Fago, the Executive Editor of Charlton, attesting to the "good taste" and so forth of Code-approved comics. The Jungle People; The Little Dancing People!; Fear of the Flame; Elephant Enemies; Temple of Dragons; It's a Fact That...; Maneater; Booty; The Little Folk of Africa. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.