Safari Cary stars in “The Plot” from Dagar Desert Hawk # 19 (Aug.1948); originally published by Fox Feature Syndicate. Canadian artist Edmond Good is responsible for the artwork on this tale. The Catacombs acknowledges "Comic Book Plus" as the source of this classic comic story. Note: The copyright for this issue, its contents and artwork belongs to the original publishers and/or the creators and is reproduced here solely for entertainment purposes. Enjoy!
Here's a bit of irrelevant nitpicking. I always thought that "safari" is pronounced (in English, at least) "suh-FAW-ree." And Cary, as in Cary Grant, is pronounced "CARE-ee." And comic book character names like "Safari Cary" are supposed to rhyme.
So...did the writer/editor/whoever pronounce "safari" as "suh-FAIR-ee" to rhyme with Cary? Or did he pronounce "Cary" as "CAHR-ee" to rhyme with safari? Or did he just let them not rhyme, which makes one wonder why not use alliteration instead and call him Safari Simpson or Safari Sam or something?
I notice a preoccupation with Fox Comics. There is indeed a charming sleaziness about everything they did. I don't think they intended their comics to be read by children. Must have been quite a few men 18+ surreptitiously buying Foxes. Still are!
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