355. Female Forest Rangers Tracking Indians

Q: I am remembering a color cartoon featuring some buxom female forest rangers tranquilizer darting Indians to do a study of their migratory habits. What issue was it? I am thinking 1974 and it was on the inside front cover.

A: It was an episode of “Danger Rangerette”, a comic strip by Frank Thorne (art) and Ted Mann (script) that ran in the ‘Poon in ’77–’78. (Thanks to Tom and Karol for the answer.) More info in the Comment link.

4 comments on “355. Female Forest Rangers Tracking Indians

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    the cartoon was Danger Rangerette, and I believe she was tracking a wild Dashhound and when she shot it with a tranq. dart she killed it as the gun was set for elephant.

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    Yes, it was an episode of “Danger Rangerette”, a comic strip by Frank Thorne (art) and Ted Mann (script) that ran in the ‘Poon in 77-78. I haven’t found the one with the Indians, but “The Dachshund of the Baskervilles” (the gun was set on Whale) concludes in the May ’77 (Gay) issue.

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    Thanks, Tom and Karol!

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    Funniest thing I ever saw.

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