Adventure, dinosaurs, and of course badass women in tiny bikinis… what else do you need?! Available tomorrow, Dynamite is releasing Frank Cho’s Jungle Girl Complete Omnibus, a 392- page collection by writer/artist Frank Cho, writer Doug Murray, and artists Adriano Batista and Jack Jadson. The tome also features a cover by Cho.

Take a look at a synopsis of what is included:

Dynamite proudly presents Frank Cho’s Jungle Girl! Overseen by co-writer and artist Frank Cho and infused the issue with everything Cho fans want to see — beautiful women, thrilling adventures, and, of course, dinosaurs — Jungle Girl also features Co-writer Doug Murray (Red Sonja: Queen of the Frozen Wastes, The ‘Nam) who’s along for the ride, as is series artist Adriano Batista (New Battlestar Galactica: Zarek, Red Sonja) as they bring the Jungle Girl to life!

This Complete Omnibus features all three “Seasons” of the Jungle Girl series, collected for the first time in one book!

Jana the Jungle Girl lives in a strange land – a land filled with dinosaurs, prehistoric men, and much, much more! When a group of intruders finds themselves in need, Jana races to save them, kicking off a chain of events that, with each new chapter, reveals more clues about the nature of Jana, and of the island itself!

Frank Cho’s Jungle Girl Complete Omnibus hits shelves tomorrow Wednesday, June 24. Contact your local comic shop for your copy or follow the link to Dynamite’s website to order online.

The Beat received an exclusive and extended preview of the collection. Read the entire first chapter for free below.


  1. Bad timing. You should have not used the main image above featuring black natives with bones in their nose, long a racist cliche. As bad as the portrayal of blacks were in 1930s and 1940s Tarzan movies, at least they didn’t go that far. Does Frank not have any black friends who might have pointed that out? Plus now is a really bad time to push such images.

  2. Is this what “women in comics” should be? Scantily clad boobs and butts centered in each frame for the edification of the “male gaze”. Why, it looks like time for drunk hot-tubbing!

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