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Here is Rulah's rare origin in Zoot #7,starting as an adventurous solo pilot named Jane, who crashes in the forest and loses all her clothes. Add a Zebra-skin outfit and some fast-learned jungle ability, and she's now the white jungle goddess. Superior good-girl artwork by Bob Webb, Al Feldstein and Jack Kamen, as well as the Iger Shop. Victor Fox gave this everything: Rulah's sexy costume that barely hangs together, bondage, torture, naked women, unending headlights, girl-fights, bad girls...
There wasn't any extreme Victor Fox didn't direct his artists to explore in Rulah--the same creators who were doing a similar band-up job on Fox's other top title: The Phantom Lady! Even Roy Thomas in his introduction not only points out his admiration for what Rulah pulled off in her varied adventures, but how Fox turned a oft-used genre (see Sheena) into something different and often, more daring.
These are comics so bad, they're good. And fun. This is exactly the type of comic Wertham went after in Seduction of the Innocent--and in this case, he was justified.These are not comics for little kids. But by late 1951, Victor Fox was out of the comics business for good.
A nice long Illustrated intro by Roy Thomas details the 1940s jungle girl and good-girl art scene, with great images from a wide range of heroines. A handsome extra-thick volume, 352 full color pages. Rulah was ranked #79 in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics."
- Additional Information
Item Code RUL01H Publisher PS Artbooks Publish Date 2015 ISBN 9781848638136 Binding Hard Cover - No Dustjacket Dimensions 7x10 # Pages 352pg Color Full Color
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