I have often said that Sheena perils are too redundant and predictable, clearly a lack of imagination on the part of the story teller. (note: I have never complained about the art. She always looks great, even if she is rendered differently in the first 20 issues or so.) Despite the lack of creativity in inventing peril situations, this story (Jumbo #15) has one of the most creative villains I've ever seen -- he is a Monk, a devoutly religious man, who has gone a bit insane and is killing people for trivial sins. The tribe does his bidding at all times -- since they respect his position. In the end he returns to his monastery, regains his sanity, confesses and repents and is restored. Sheena and her mate have a run in with this unusual villain, are KO'd and incarcerated, but in the end, the villain is captured and taken by them back to the Monastery where he is restored to sanity and safety. What an unusual story. Sheena gets KO'd with a war club, and lies unconscious on the ground, and is carried OTS to the Monks doorstep. Enjoy.