*Miscellaneous 1940-1959: In the wake of Tarzan, every popular medium brought out scores of implausibly-muscled jungle lords with unfeasibly shapely distaff companions. We have two of comics’ best remembered lookalikes – with bonus gratuitous punctuation! Fiction House’s Ka’a’nga was a mainstay of the anthology Jungle Comics, but graduated to his own title of which we have issues #9 (illustrated, VG+ £35, loose lower staple) and #15, both with appealing Maurice Whitman covers. Magazine Enterprises Thun’da has mostly been remembered for the fact that his first issue was the only comic drawn entirely by the legendary Frank Frazetta, which is a shame, as his subsequent issues feature rather spiffy artwork by the talented Bob Powell – especially on the ‘Cave Girl’ back-up strip. We have issues #5 (VG+ £35, small piece tape inside lower fc) and #6 of Thun’da new in stock. All four of these jungle series are in upper mid-grade, with considerable eye appeal.