New cover for an issue of reprints.
Black and white on inside front cover.
However soft-pedaled in the art, the Bird of Doom is uncharacteristically killed on-panel.
For this Gold Key reprint, Western Publishing provided a new “Mighty Mouse” logo, added the title “The Bird of Doom” to the opening splash panel, and produced its own coloring for this story.
For this Gold Key reprint, Western Publishing provided a new “Mighty Mouse” logo, and lettered the title “Jungle Terror” in a more modern-style within a newly-added rectangular panel at the upper left corner of the opening splash panel, and also produced its own coloring for this story.
Nice touch: Mighty Mouse suspects a habitually hungry alligator of small animal ingestion. When he questions the gator, it feigns innocence with a “symbolic halo” over his satisfactorily-smiling head. But Mighty Mouse props open the creature’s gaping jaws… and, in reverse order, out come running a rabbit, monkey, jungle bird, deer, and zebra! The zebra, pictured as “first-out”, is largely cut-off by the panel border indicating the possibility of still more animals ahead of it, fleeing the alligator’s innards.
Black and white on inside back cover.
The front cover image is repeated on the back cover, sans logo and all cover copy. Also sans the Mighty Mouse inset illustration.