Although Fiction House knew they had something really special in jungle girl comic books, it took them a while to realize the high degree of marketability there would be in head KO's and bondage scenes. It took publication of the first 22 issues of Jungle before a head KO of Fantomah was depicted. Many more would follow eventually as the editorial staff began to see the high interest in such depictions. In the Fantomah story some tribesmen are getting sick and dying from poisoned river water, and they erroneously blame Fantomah, whom they try to kill. She survives and finds a dead elephant decaying upstream in the river. Solving the problem, peace and harmony once again prevails. In the Camilla story, a lost treasure is being searched for and in a complicated plot four different groups want it: a tribe, a greedy cowardly old man, Camilla and her beaux, and the ruling King of the region. In the quest for the treasure Camilla is betrayed by the old man and is hunted by both the king and the native tribesmen. She is captured, tied up and scheduled for a ceremonial execution. However, at the last moment a friend rescues her, the evil, old man is executed instead, the King claims the treasure, and peace and harmony is restored. As I already said, this was Fiction House's early forays into GGA and DID art, so it is not their best effort, but soon much more would follow and provide more fun for all of us.