The early issues of ZOOT COMICS were devoted to humor – funny animals and even funnier people. It was cutting-edge comedy, and the humor more than holds its own today. Then, beginning with issue #7, RULAH: JUNGLE GODDESS burst onto the scene, and quickly took over the magazine. ZOOT COMICS turned from funny to jungle adventure, and ultimately was retitled RULAH: JUNGLE GODDESS. The stories of Rulah were some of the most controversial of the day, exciting young readers and worrying parents. Due to a numbering error, ZOOT COMICS actually had two #13 issues and ended with #16. We've eliminated the original confusion and numbered our reprints sequentially, ending with #17. Because of this, there is both a ZOOT #17 and a RULAH: JUNGLE GODDESS #17 – but you don't care, as long as you have them all! We're publishing individual ZOOT COMICS issues, OR you can find them in the five-volume ZOOT COMICS COLLECTION --- OR get the adventures issues (#7-17) in the 350-page giant CLASSIC COMICS LIBRARY #42. Looking for more Rulah? You can find her in these books: RULAH: JUNGLE GODDESS – THE ALL TOP COMICS FILES RULAH: JUNGLE GODDESS: CLASSIC COMICS LIBRARY #45 CLASSIC COMICS LIBRARY ALWAYS ALL STORIES – NO ADS Get the entire catalog by contacting email@example.com
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