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Jann the Jungle Girl
Real Name: Jane Hastings
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Jane Hastings was a former circus trapeze artist and animal trainer, who travelled to the Congo to work on a movie as a stunt double. There she met Kuba, leader of the local natives, who recognised her as the granddaughter of Jann, a young woman who had once lived there many years before, and who had become beloved of the locals for helping them in times of need. Jane admitted that her grandmother had told her of this, and had taught both her mother and herself all about the jungle. She was surprised however to find the natives remembered Jann, and to find that she herself felt strangely at home there. Soon after Jane had to save the movie people from danger, and decided to remain in the jungle and make it her home, taking the name her grandmother had been known by for her own.

(What If...? I #9) Jann helped Marvel Boy locate the Gorilla Man, who was needed to help FBI agent Jimmy Woo fight a plot of the Yellow Claw's.


First Appearance: Jungle Tales (1954) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Agents Of Atlas (2006)
Astonishing Tales (1970)
Aventure dans la jungle (1973)
Golden Age Greats (1994)
Jann of the Jungle (1955)
Jungle Action (1972)
Jungle Tales (1954)
Savage Tales (1971)

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Famous Quotes: - Add a Famous Quote
""Tht's enough trouble out of you, you red skunk!" Jungle Tales #3, Jan 1955"

""Kindness never hurt anyone, Pat." Jungle Tales #4, March 1955"

""A punch streight on the nose can usually stop the strongest beast!" Jungle Tales #4 March 1955"

""I think the jungle has taught you what can happen to you and your kind if you mess in its ways." Jungle Tales #5 1955"

""They're not rocks, they're.....ALBINO RHINO!" Jungle Tales #6 1955"

""Get back to your cage and behave yourself!" Jann of the Jungle #8, November 1955"

""There's something stronger than any drug,Pat - love!" Jann of the Jungle #8, Nov 1955"

""Put up your spears and weapons of war and fight no more! Live in peace with your brothers..." Jann of the Jungle #9, "Sudden Fury!", January 1956"

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