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Cover Date: May 1970
Cover Price: US $ 0.15
Issue Tagline: Trapped! Like A Beast! On A Rescue Mission To Save A Great Ape Korak Himself Becomes A Captive!
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 27 pages
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While trying to free Akut from a cage-trap, Korak is shot by Arab bandits. The bullet only grazes his head, knocking him out. He is carried on board their ship to be sold as a slave. Two weeks later a giant storm wrecks the ship and only Korak, Akut and another white captive survive, by overturning the capsized lifeboat. The other man, Dr. Moray, was captured while trailing his stolen son, a young musician. They finally make land on the Somaliland coast, and paddle up a river, where by chance they arrive near the fortress of El-Ghazi, the sultan who has purchased Dr. Moray's son Harry. Korak and Akut scale the fortress wall by night, and Akut kills a sentry. Korak easily locates Harry's room because he can hear him playing the guitar. Korak has to punch out the sultan and they make their descent back down the wall by a rope. Meanwhile on the flat plain at the base of the mountain, Dr. Moray has overpowered the guard of the sultan's small airplane. Almost overtaken, the foursome escape in the airplane amid a hail of gunfire. Korak flies them to a friend in Kenya, and leaves them with Captain Naukhada's bag of gold that was stowed on the lifeboat.
20 page story featuring Korak and the great ape Akut
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