In just four captivating issues released by Magazine Enterprises between 1953 and 1954, Cave Girl epitomized “jungle savagery of the beautiful.” Despite being mistakenly labeled as #13, this gem is actually the third thrilling installment in her saga. All thanks to the remarkable talent of Bob Powell, who breathed life into her daring escapades both on the page and cover.

While Powell’s legacy is often linked to jungle superstar Sheena, let’s not underestimate Cave Girl’s prowess! She could give Sheena a run for her money in a one-on-one comic character cat fight! Just witness her fearless battle against a troupe of elephant-riding Amazons in ‘Altar of the Axe’ – talk about sheer girl power!

But Cave Girl’s legend doesn’t end there! Her popularity sparked numerous reprints, ensuring her legacy thrived well into the 80s and 90s.

So, if you’re craving a dose of adrenaline-fueled adventure and a protagonist who can hold her own against any foe, look no further than Cave Girl!

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