The Covers of Jungle Stories — Through the Shattered Lens

Published by Fiction House, Jungle Stories ran from 1938 to 1950, for a total of 59 issues. Judging from the covers below (and, of course, the title of the magazine), Jungle Stories dealt with the adventurous of life in the jungle. It appears that several issues featured the adventures of Ki-Gor, the lord of the […]

via The Covers of Jungle Stories — Through the Shattered Lens.

I wasn’t familiar with Ki-Gor, but he appears to be the longest lasting Tarzan knock-off from my research after reading the above post.

 

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