This issue is a variant of The Fly (Archie, 1983 series) #9 [Direct].
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Additional information from Charles Ward:
While Victor edited the Fly story in this issue, Robin Snyder completed his editing of the Jaguar tale before he and Steve left Archie.
The working title of this story was "The Jaguar in Egypt."
Steve Ditko should also be credited, along with Dick Ayers, as one of the pencilers of this story. Robin Snyder had inherited this Dick Ayers penciled story when he first started to work for Archie on their Red Circle line.
Charles asked to see the written plot/script for the story but he believes that neither Robin nor Rich Buckler knew who had originated this Biblically-based adventure and could not find anything in writing that pertained to the story. As the style of the piece didn't fit what they had in mind for the Jaguar relaunch, its use was postponed until the initial continued storyline was completed.
When Robin sent Charles the pencils after he had completed his script for Steve's debut on the strip in issue #8, he did his best to adapt the extant work to their new version of the world of the Jaguar. He did this by turning the story into an "untold tall tale." As such, his new script contained extensive art and storytelling revisions. Steve made, therefore, many penciling changes on the first 9 pages, as well as totally replacing Ayers original finale that was page 10. Steve then, as indicated, inked the whole job.