Jungle Jim No. 24 Cover by Pat Boyette

January 5, 2019|In General

Jungle Jim was a comic strip created by Alex Raymond and Don Moore, debuting in 1934 as a safari-suit-wearing adventurer. He crossed over into serials, movies, television and comic books. Charlton had the comic book license in 1969/70, producing issue nos. 22–28, continuing Dell Comics’ numbering.

Pat Boyette was a solid illustrator with a lot of strength and clarity in his work, and most of his comics work was for Charlton. This fine cover is for issue No. 24, June 1969. New colour.

Charlton Comics Jungle Jim 24 Cover

As published.

Jungle Jim 24 Cover by Pat Boyette

Scan from Heritage Auctions.

Comic book art restoration by Scott Dutton

Cleaned-up scan.

Comic book logos by Scott Dutton

Re-created trade dress added.

Comic book colouring by Scott Dutton

New colour.