I have just realised that I am covering issues that I already discussed in my Archie/Fawcett/Quality catch-up post. Honest mistake; I made a miscalculation as to what comic I was up to. I'm going to press on regardless, and do the ones I already glossed over in proper detail.
Cover by Jack Binder
'Jungle Twins' (by Bill Parker and Sven Elven): Bill masquerades as his savage brother Steve, so that he can infiltrate Steve's tribe and rescue his friends. Again, it's solid, but not particularly interesting. It's nice to see Sven Elven still working, as well, even if his style here is unrecognisable. He's been a part of this project from the very beginning.
'Warlock the Wizard' (by Creators Unknown): An arsonist disguises himself as Warlock, and frames the wizard for his own crimes. Magician heroes are always a problem, in that their broad, undefined powers mean they can get out of most situations with little trouble. The best Golden Age magician strips, like 'Zatara', get around this by making the solutions fun and inventive. Warlock, on the other hand, just summons a golden hand to smash things over and over again. It's a little tiresome.