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Move over, Tarzan and Mowgli—there’s a new kid in town! She’s Jana the Jungle Girl, a fearless babe in a leopard-skin thong, whose animal instincts and glorious physical assets make her a force to be reckoned with on her wild-island home. In this hardcover graphic novel collection of Jungle Girl issues 1 through 5, Jana races to save a group of intruders from dinosaurs, prehistoric people, smoldering volcanoes and peril at every turn. (Watch for the girl fight!)
Showcasing the amazing pin-up art of Frank Cho and Adriano Bastista, Jungle Girl reveals clues about the nature of Jana and the island itself on every page—each thrilling twist and turn overseen by co-writers Frank Cho and Doug Murray.
The jungle has never been more exciting!
Hardcover Book : 136 pages
Publisher: Dynamic Forces, Nc ( June 01, 2008 )
Item #: 12-613362
Product Dimensions: 7.375 x 11.125 inches
Product Weight: 21.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
The Lovecraftian story arc of the second book was slightly more original than the Land of the Lost first book? I gots 'em 'cause they were cheap and had nice-looking covers. I plan to give them away or donate them next chance I get.
The art's well done.
Reviewer: Justin S
How did she come to the island? I think the novel would be complete if I knew how she came to the island.
I can't disagree with the above review, especially regarding Adriano Batista's art. No one can draw dinosaurs and beautiful women like Cho, and Batista is no exception. The story and the art seem like Dynamite's attempt to capitalize on the success of Cho's Shanna the She-Devil work for Marvel. I don't feel right pimping this book when it seems like a weak cousin of the Shanna book, but it's still more fun than some of the DARK titles REIGNing comic racks right now. The big two have forgotten fun in place of back-to-back-to-back epic storylines designed to sell books and give genuine fans no time to breathe. Dynamite hasn't forgotten fun, at least. If they could get Cho on board to draw the innards on a book like this, Marvel and DC might have some more serious competition from Dynamite.
Reviewer: Odd R
good art and good adventure
Now even though I haven't received it yet, this trade is something I can't wait for. After reading a friends copy of the original series, I thought that it seems a lot like the movie Sheena and Chos Shanna the She Devil comic. Even though Cho is only providing covers and script, it is still worth the money and wait to have a copy of this work of art myself. And its also a plus to see artist Adriano Batista improving on his style, and quickly becoming one of me favorites. All in all, if you like scantily clad women, dinosaurs and gratuitious rear and cleavage shot, BUY THIS BOOK.
you will not be dissapointed.
Reviewer: Jamie C