Amazon solicitation, October 27, 2017:
Jo-Jo The Congo King: Volume 1: Gwandanaland Comics #1482 -- Thrilling Jungle Adventures / Features Matt Baker Art in Many Issues -- This Book: Complete Issues #7-13 (First Issues)
In the highly-populated world of Tarzan imitators (if we accept his to be the most copied original), it's not about new concepts – there are only so many ways you can create a white man in the jungle facing incredible situations and rescuing damsels in distress who, quite frankly, shouldn't be there. It's about how it is done --- and Jo-Jo The Congo King regularly offered more sophisticated stories, more complex plots, and better illustration than its counterparts. Having talents such as Matt Baker at the pen for many issues didn't hurt, either! Jo-Jo was successful in many titles, appearing in more comics than most jungle he-man, starting with his own JO-JO CONGO KING, which we've begun for you right here!
NOTE: This series started with #7. The actual numbering for this series included two #7s and no #13 --- we just renumbered them to make life easy.
Please note: The publisher's catalog lists this title as #1481, and The Jester: The Paul Gustavon Stories as #1482. However, the cover shows this title as #1482. As it has also been listed on Amazon as #1482 since October, 2017, we have to assume that it may have been printed with the misnumbered cover in that time.