Ruben Moreira ? (pp 1-5); Rafael Astarita (pp 6-12)
The Baroness (white ruler of natives); Kaänga; Ann Mason; Wah Fang; Voogai; Zambis (African tribe); Cairo Joe; Dr. Leeds; T'moula; Bamtos (African tribe); N'zogu; Blodda
The Baroness, the white ruler of a band of native outlaws is dying from drug use. Cairo Joe, her partner devises a scheme to replace her with Ann and make the natives think that their goddess has risen from the dead. Kaänga manages to rescue Ann and the outlaws kill the white leaders.
Magoo (macaw); Tawn (elephant); the rajah; Ogg; the rajah's daughter
A rajah decides to build a dam to make his sandalwood logs easier to transport. The lake being formed floods Wambi's jungle. Wambi and his jungle friends pull down the dam. The rajah's daughter is caught in the torrent and is saved by Wambi who extracts a promise from the rajah to leave the jungle as it was before.
Fantomah challenges the visiting king of Ar to a chariot race, playing directly into his plans to murder her and assume her crown as well as his own. Fury comes to her rescue, leading to the king's death as his horse runs wild.
Ar (African kingdom); chariot racing; chariots; horses; racehorses; slaves; whips