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A white hunter captures a young man, intending to set a feral mandrill on him for sport. There's just one problem - that young man is the son of the Lord of the Apes!

In this story, Korak saves a baby ape and a baboon and defeats an evil trader who also sponsors the poaching of elephants for ivory,

Confronting some suspicious, white traders and their native warehousemen by himself, the overconfident jungle boy is taken by surprise when a large, wooden crate is placed over his head, from which he fights his way out, before being knocked unconscious and chained by his neck to a stake to await a fight to the death with a baboon.

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Dan Spiegle’s artwork is very good in this issue. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. While investigating the disappearance of a baby ape, Korak confronts some suspicious, white traders and their native warehousemen by himself. With nobody there to watch his back, the overconfident jungle boy somehow lets a pair of warehousemen sneak up on him and place a large, wooden crate over his head, from which h...

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