Charlton bought the series from Fawcett. To begin with, they ran Nyoka stories in an exsisting title, ZOO FUNNIES, which previously had been a funny animal comic.
In these comics Nyoka's hair was blonde, something that had started even before Charlton got the property. Some of these covers make Nyoka look a great deal like Sheena.
With issue #14, the title was changed to NYOKA THE JUNGLE GIRL. But the issue numbers continued ZOO FUNNIES.
Although Charlton was not thought of as one of the best comic book publishers of the time, some of their comics had attractive art. I like the cover on this one.
AC comics acquired the rights to the character from Charlton in 1987 and published a series of comics that featured original stories as well as reprints of the classic comics.
After this series ended, Nyoka appeared in other AC Comics' titles.
Kay Aldridge cover
Kay Aldridge cover
A different Nyoka on this cover.
Frances Gifford and friends
This issue reused the cover from Charlton issue #21, recolored. Kay Aldridge in inset llustrates an article inside about the serial being available on DVD.
This issue reuses art from one of the Fawcett issues.
The Nyoka serials were revived after a fashion in a new adaptation by the people who brought you the modern comics. This series consists of thirty minute episodes loosely based on the original serials, with characters such as Vultura the villianess and Satan the Ape reappearing, along with a new villian, The Crimson Skull, who is said to be responsible for bringing back the other two villians.
Nicola Raye plays Nyoka in this series.
Some guys are wild for her ( like the guy in the Crimson Skull costume ), but my feeling is that Frances Gifford and Kay Aldridge can't be beat. They never were in the serials, anyway.
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