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Published June 1972 by Gold Key
Harvest of Fear
Russ Manning
Jesse Santos
Jesse Santos
Dan-El; Natongo; Tavane; Zulena; Nagopa; Molithi; dwarf slaves
"Harvest of Fear" Nagopa and his witch-men use their dwarf slaves to surreptitiously fire the granaries of Tungelu and Aba-Zulu. When Dan-El and Natongo are absent seeking aid from King Molithi, the witch-men send in Tuaregs to capture the capital and the queens. Slipping into the city, Dan-El and Natongo rescue the queens, who join them in their fight. With support from Molithi they retake the city, routing the witch-men.
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Published June 1972 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Harvest of Fear
Writer
Russ Manning
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
Jesse Santos
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Natongo; Tavane; Zulena; Nagopa; Molithi; dwarf slaves
Storyline
"Harvest of Fear" Nagopa and his witch-men use their dwarf slaves to surreptitiously fire the granaries of Tungelu and Aba-Zulu. When Dan-El and Natongo are absent seeking aid from King Molithi, the witch-men send in Tuaregs to capture the capital and the queens. Slipping into the city, Dan-El and Natongo rescue the queens, who join them in their fight. With support from Molithi they retake the city, routing the witch-men.
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Published September 1972 by Gold Key
The Labyrinths of Aba-Zulu
Gaylord Du Bois
Jesse Santos
George Wilson (painting)
Nagopa; Dan-El; Natongo; Mopo; Tavane; Zulena; Lugongo; Kongoni; Ubo; Colonel Mothobi; Music-Maker (dog); Colonel Gomo; Hanool's son
"The Labyrinths of Aba-Zulu" As Chief Lugongo recalls the origin of the Brothers of the Spear, Nagopa the witch doctor, with the help of Mopo, attacks Dan-El, Natongo, Tavane, Zulena, and Kongoni. Dan-El, Natongo, and Colonel Mothobi chase Nagopa into the tunnels under Aba-Zulu where Nagopa traps them. Dan-El, Natongo, and Music-Maker plunge into a river and follow it into a cavern. After Colonel Mothibi reports to Tavane and Zulena that Dan-El and Natongo are lost, Nagopa plots to poison the pair and put Hanool's son on the throne but Dan-El and Natongo foil the plot with Nagopa and Colonel Gomo falling to their deaths.
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Published September 1972 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Labyrinths of Aba-Zulu
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
George Wilson (painting)
Character Appearances
Nagopa; Dan-El; Natongo; Mopo; Tavane; Zulena; Lugongo; Kongoni; Ubo; Colonel Mothobi; Music-Maker (dog); Colonel Gomo; Hanool's son
Storyline
"The Labyrinths of Aba-Zulu" As Chief Lugongo recalls the origin of the Brothers of the Spear, Nagopa the witch doctor, with the help of Mopo, attacks Dan-El, Natongo, Tavane, Zulena, and Kongoni. Dan-El, Natongo, and Colonel Mothobi chase Nagopa into the tunnels under Aba-Zulu where Nagopa traps them. Dan-El, Natongo, and Music-Maker plunge into a river and follow it into a cavern. After Colonel Mothibi reports to Tavane and Zulena that Dan-El and Natongo are lost, Nagopa plots to poison the pair and put Hanool's son on the throne but Dan-El and Natongo foil the plot with Nagopa and Colonel Gomo falling to their deaths.
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Published December 1972 by Gold Key
Attack of the Veiled Men
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Jesse Santos
George Wilson (painting)
Dan-El; Natongo; Queen Zulena; Queen Tavane; Utengo; Shiek Sidi
"Attack of the Veiled Men" Tuareg Raiders attack Tungelu. Dan-El and Natongo go to Aba-Zulu for help, but are kidnapped and sold into slavery by Utengo (a traitor from Tungelu). They escape when their boat sinks and arrive just in time to help Zulena and Tavane. The Tuareg raiders are beaten.
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Published December 1972 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Attack of the Veiled Men
Writer
?
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
George Wilson (painting)
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Natongo; Queen Zulena; Queen Tavane; Utengo; Shiek Sidi
Storyline
"Attack of the Veiled Men" Tuareg Raiders attack Tungelu. Dan-El and Natongo go to Aba-Zulu for help, but are kidnapped and sold into slavery by Utengo (a traitor from Tungelu). They escape when their boat sinks and arrive just in time to help Zulena and Tavane. The Tuareg raiders are beaten.
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Published March 1973 by Gold Key
Evil Comes with Tall Strangers
Gaylord Du Bois
Jesse Santos
George Wilson (painting)
Dan-El; Natongo; Tavane; Zulena; Mindmasters; Captain Inoku; Azoroth [a Mindmaster]; M'Bezi; Kongoni; Gathongo the Wise
"Evil Comes with Tall Strangers" Dan-El shows Natongo follow a herd of buffalo through a cleft in a mountain. Ten tall Mindmasters take over Natongo's mind, turning him against Dan-El and usurping his kingdom. Dan-El sneaks into the kingdom of Natongo and captures Azoroth, a Mindmaster. Dan-El and his guards carry Azoroth, the captured Mindmaster, to Gathongo the Wise for advice. Dan-El sneaks into Natongo's kingdom with a truth drug from Gathongo. After Zulena puts it in their breakfast, Dan-El commands them to remove all of their spells. After a trial, Dan-El, Natongo and their men entomb the Mindmasters in a tunnel.
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Published March 1973 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Evil Comes with Tall Strangers
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
George Wilson (painting)
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Natongo; Tavane; Zulena; Mindmasters; Captain Inoku; Azoroth [a Mindmaster]; M'Bezi; Kongoni; Gathongo the Wise
Storyline
"Evil Comes with Tall Strangers" Dan-El shows Natongo follow a herd of buffalo through a cleft in a mountain. Ten tall Mindmasters take over Natongo's mind, turning him against Dan-El and usurping his kingdom. Dan-El sneaks into the kingdom of Natongo and captures Azoroth, a Mindmaster. Dan-El and his guards carry Azoroth, the captured Mindmaster, to Gathongo the Wise for advice. Dan-El sneaks into Natongo's kingdom with a truth drug from Gathongo. After Zulena puts it in their breakfast, Dan-El commands them to remove all of their spells. After a trial, Dan-El, Natongo and their men entomb the Mindmasters in a tunnel.
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Published June 1973 by Gold Key
Riders in the Sky
Gaylord Du Bois ?
Jesse Santos
?
Dan-El; Natongo; Hatima (Dan-El's mule); Alissa (Natongo's mule); Goza Nyanga; King Gomba; Noma (Goza Nyanga's daughter); Valerie Moreau; Anna Dacko; Queen Zulena; Queen Tavane
"Riders in the Sky" While Dan-El and Natongo are out hunting they are startled by the strange sight of riders in the sky. They briefly see two women captives with the riders before they fade away. Fearful that the women captives are their wives they try to follow the strange sight and come upon Goza Nyanga. Goza, a wizard, tells them how to find the real riders. When they help the female captives escape they find that they are not their wives. The women escape, but Dan-El and Natongo are caught by the riders. Before they can be killed their wives arrive with help to rescue them.
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Published June 1973 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Riders in the Sky
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois ?
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Natongo; Hatima (Dan-El's mule); Alissa (Natongo's mule); Goza Nyanga; King Gomba; Noma (Goza Nyanga's daughter); Valerie Moreau; Anna Dacko; Queen Zulena; Queen Tavane
Storyline
"Riders in the Sky" While Dan-El and Natongo are out hunting they are startled by the strange sight of riders in the sky. They briefly see two women captives with the riders before they fade away. Fearful that the women captives are their wives they try to follow the strange sight and come upon Goza Nyanga. Goza, a wizard, tells them how to find the real riders. When they help the female captives escape they find that they are not their wives. The women escape, but Dan-El and Natongo are caught by the riders. Before they can be killed their wives arrive with help to rescue them.
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Published September 1973 by Gold Key
The Serpent's Prey
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Jesse Santos
George Wilson (painting)
Dan-El; Tavane; Colonel Mothibi; Natongo; Zulena
"The Serpent's Prey" Dan-El and Tavane are captured by a tribe whose high priset intends to sacrifice them to an ancient serpent.
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Published September 1973 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Serpent's Prey
Writer
?
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
George Wilson (painting)
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Tavane; Colonel Mothibi; Natongo; Zulena
Storyline
"The Serpent's Prey" Dan-El and Tavane are captured by a tribe whose high priset intends to sacrifice them to an ancient serpent.
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Published December 1973 by Gold Key
The Tree That Walks
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Jesse Santos
George Wilson (painting)
Natongo; Dan-El
"The Tree That Walks"
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Published December 1973 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Tree That Walks
Writer
?
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
George Wilson (painting)
Character Appearances
Natongo; Dan-El
Storyline
"The Tree That Walks"
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Published March 1974 by Gold Key
Dunes of Doom
Gaylord Du Bois
Jesse Santos
George Wilson (painting)
Dan-El; Natongo; Hakim
"Dunes of Doom" When an Arab physician cures Dan-El's blindness, Dan-El and Natongo agree to help the doctor search for a rare medicinal herb in the desert. Their quest takes them across the sand dunes and into unexplored caverns.
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Published March 1974 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Dunes of Doom
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
George Wilson (painting)
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Natongo; Hakim
Storyline
"Dunes of Doom" When an Arab physician cures Dan-El's blindness, Dan-El and Natongo agree to help the doctor search for a rare medicinal herb in the desert. Their quest takes them across the sand dunes and into unexplored caverns.
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Published June 1974 by Gold Key
When Mountains Meet
Gaylord Du Bois
Jesse Santos
George Wilson (painting)
Dan-El; Natongo; Tavane
"When Mountains Meet" When their cities are destroyed by volcanoes, Dan-El and Natongo search or another location where their people can start their lives anew. During their travel, they are captured by a mad city ruler and forced to fight for their freedom.
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Published June 1974 by Gold Key

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Story Title
When Mountains Meet
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
George Wilson (painting)
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Natongo; Tavane
Storyline
"When Mountains Meet" When their cities are destroyed by volcanoes, Dan-El and Natongo search or another location where their people can start their lives anew. During their travel, they are captured by a mad city ruler and forced to fight for their freedom.
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Published September 1974 by Gold Key
The Deadly Maze
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? (painting)
Dan-El; Natongo; Queen Tavane; Queen Zulena; Simamba; Nyanga Imopo; Induna
"The Deadly Maze" Nyanga Imopo and two other magicians visit New Aba-Zulu to entertain Dan-El and Natongo. While there, they predict that those of royal blood are in danger, and they give Queen Tavane a poisonous flower. Simamba, the queen's maid and herb-doctoress stops her before she can be poisoned. Later, Imopo comes back and kidnaps Simamba, planning to make her his wife. Dan-El and Natongo follow them. After escaping a deadly maze in the jungle, they rescue Simamba, who turns out to be of royal blood herself.
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Published September 1974 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Deadly Maze
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
? (painting)
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Natongo; Queen Tavane; Queen Zulena; Simamba; Nyanga Imopo; Induna
Storyline
"The Deadly Maze" Nyanga Imopo and two other magicians visit New Aba-Zulu to entertain Dan-El and Natongo. While there, they predict that those of royal blood are in danger, and they give Queen Tavane a poisonous flower. Simamba, the queen's maid and herb-doctoress stops her before she can be poisoned. Later, Imopo comes back and kidnaps Simamba, planning to make her his wife. Dan-El and Natongo follow them. After escaping a deadly maze in the jungle, they rescue Simamba, who turns out to be of royal blood herself.
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Published December 1974 by Gold Key
The Spider's Nest
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?
? (painting)
Dan-El; Natongo; Queen Tavane; Queen Zulena; Sihamba; The Spider
"The Spider's Nest" While Natongo is visiting in Aba-Zulu Queen Zulena and the best fighters of Tungelu are kidnapped by The Spider. When Dan-El, Natongo, and Sihamba follow their trail they find out that Queen Zulena can mind-touch with Sihamba. With this help Queen Zulena and the other men that were kidnapped are found and freed.
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Published December 1974 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Spider's Nest
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
? (painting)
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Natongo; Queen Tavane; Queen Zulena; Sihamba; The Spider
Storyline
"The Spider's Nest" While Natongo is visiting in Aba-Zulu Queen Zulena and the best fighters of Tungelu are kidnapped by The Spider. When Dan-El, Natongo, and Sihamba follow their trail they find out that Queen Zulena can mind-touch with Sihamba. With this help Queen Zulena and the other men that were kidnapped are found and freed.
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Published by Gold Key

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Published March 1975 by Gold Key
Harvest of Fear
Russ Manning
Jesse Santos
Jesse Santos
"Harvest of Fear"
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Published March 1975 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Harvest of Fear
Writer
Russ Manning
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
Jesse Santos
Storyline
"Harvest of Fear"
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Published April 1975 by Gold Key
Tree of Mystery
Gaylord Du Bois
Dan Spiegle
?
King Dan-El; King Natongo; Queen Tavene; Queen Zulena; Hatima; Hecla; Doctoress Sihamba; Mafuta (death); Bondo; Umbeni; Hubo; Inkosi
"Tree of Mystery" Dan-El and Tavane rescue three women from a Leopard Man attack. The three women, who are really priestesses of "The Tree of Mystery", ask to drink the cup of peace with them, but they betray them by using a pill to remove their memories. Dan-El and Tavane are then taken to the Tree to take care of it and to eventually be sacrificed to it. Natongo is able to find them because his little doctoress Sihamba knows of the Tree and can lead him and his men to the general area. Along the way they save Hubo, a little boy who had been kidnapped and left as a sacrifice to the the tree. He escaped and so was able to lead them directly to the tree. They manage to kill the guardian of the tree, but Mafuta dies in the battle. The priestesses hear the death cries of the guardian and catch up to everyone at the tree. Dan-El, Natongo and the rest get away when Sihamba threatens to burn the tree down which convinces the priestesses to lay down their spears and allow them to leave.
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Published April 1975 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Tree of Mystery
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Dan Spiegle
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
King Dan-El; King Natongo; Queen Tavene; Queen Zulena; Hatima; Hecla; Doctoress Sihamba; Mafuta (death); Bondo; Umbeni; Hubo; Inkosi
Storyline
"Tree of Mystery" Dan-El and Tavane rescue three women from a Leopard Man attack. The three women, who are really priestesses of "The Tree of Mystery", ask to drink the cup of peace with them, but they betray them by using a pill to remove their memories. Dan-El and Tavane are then taken to the Tree to take care of it and to eventually be sacrificed to it. Natongo is able to find them because his little doctoress Sihamba knows of the Tree and can lead him and his men to the general area. Along the way they save Hubo, a little boy who had been kidnapped and left as a sacrifice to the the tree. He escaped and so was able to lead them directly to the tree. They manage to kill the guardian of the tree, but Mafuta dies in the battle. The priestesses hear the death cries of the guardian and catch up to everyone at the tree. Dan-El, Natongo and the rest get away when Sihamba threatens to burn the tree down which convinces the priestesses to lay down their spears and allow them to leave.
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Published June 1975 by Gold Key
Return to Thunder Mountain
Gaylord Du Bois
Dan Spiegle
? (painting)
Dan-El; Natongo; Queen Tavane; Sihamba; N'Panda; Baroungo; Queen Ilena; King Inkosi
"Return to Thunder Mountain" Sihamba finds out that her brother has died and she needs to take the throne. Dan-El and Natongo go with her to be her bodyguards and to help her train her people to defend themselves. Using her knowledge of a prophecy Sihamba is barely able to stave off an invasion attempt. Knowing that they cannot continue to defend themselves, Sihamba uses another prophecy to help her awaken Queen Ilena and King Inkosi from suspended animation. They then allow her to return with Dan-El and Natongo to Aba-Zulu.
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Published June 1975 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Return to Thunder Mountain
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Dan Spiegle
Cover Art
? (painting)
Character Appearances
Dan-El; Natongo; Queen Tavane; Sihamba; N'Panda; Baroungo; Queen Ilena; King Inkosi
Storyline
"Return to Thunder Mountain" Sihamba finds out that her brother has died and she needs to take the throne. Dan-El and Natongo go with her to be her bodyguards and to help her train her people to defend themselves. Using her knowledge of a prophecy Sihamba is barely able to stave off an invasion attempt. Knowing that they cannot continue to defend themselves, Sihamba uses another prophecy to help her awaken Queen Ilena and King Inkosi from suspended animation. They then allow her to return with Dan-El and Natongo to Aba-Zulu.
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Published August 1975 by Gold Key
The Phantom Leopards
Gaylord Du Bois
Dan Spiegle
? (painting)
"The Phantom Leopards"
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Published August 1975 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Phantom Leopards
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Dan Spiegle
Cover Art
? (painting)
Storyline
"The Phantom Leopards"
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Published November 1975 by Gold Key
The Raiders' Roost
Gaylord Du Bois
Dan Spiegle
? (painting)
"The Raiders' Roost"
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Published November 1975 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Raiders' Roost
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Dan Spiegle
Cover Art
? (painting)
Storyline
"The Raiders' Roost"
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Published February 1976 by Gold Key
The Way of the Owl
Gaylord Du Bois
Dan Spiegle
? (painting)
"The Way of the Owl"
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Published February 1976 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Way of the Owl
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Dan Spiegle
Cover Art
? (painting)
Storyline
"The Way of the Owl"
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Published May 1982 by Gold Key
The Labyrinths of Aba-Zulu
Gaylord Du Bois
Jesse Santos
Dan Spiegle (signed)
Dan-el; Nagopa; Natonga; Mopo; Tavana; Lugongo; Zulena; Kongoni; Col. Mothibi; Col. Gomo; Music-Maker
"The Labyrinths of Aba-Zulu" Dan-el and Natonga defend their kingdoms against the machinations of Nagopa.
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Published May 1982 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Labyrinths of Aba-Zulu
Writer
Gaylord Du Bois
Interior Art
Jesse Santos
Cover Art
Dan Spiegle (signed)
Character Appearances
Dan-el; Nagopa; Natonga; Mopo; Tavana; Lugongo; Zulena; Kongoni; Col. Mothibi; Col. Gomo; Music-Maker
Storyline
"The Labyrinths of Aba-Zulu" Dan-el and Natonga defend their kingdoms against the machinations of Nagopa.

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Story Title
Munya's Miracle
Script
Gaylord Du Bois
Pencils
Tom Massey
Story Line
Munya is accidentally injected with a brain cell-growing serum.
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