From publisher blurb:
"MISS ANIMAL TAMER -- YOU'RE IN QUITE A SPOT."
In 1946, the famous circus performer and animal trainer Princess Pantha vanished while on safari in Africa. This is the story of what happened next!
Princess Pantha: The Hunt for M'Gana collects the earliest adventures a character that debuted in the pages of Exciting Comics during the waning years of the Golden Age of Comics, but at the height of the popularity of jungle adventures in comics and movie theaters. Pantha was one of a trio of "jungle girl" series that Nedor published to capitalize not only on the popularity of the jungle adventure genre, but also on the success that rival publisher Fiction House had enjoyed with Sheena, Queen of the Jungle.
In addition to the classic comics by Art Saaf and Ralph Mayo (the main talents behind Nedor and NUELOW's other jungle girl, Judy), this book features feats and talent trees geared toward making characters with exceptional skills in dealing with animals, like Princess Pantha.