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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jo-Jo, Congo King was a fictional character that appeared in comic books published by Fox Feature Syndicate
. Jo-Jo first appeared in Jo-Jo, Congo King #7 (July 1947). Jo-Jo''s name came from the original title of the comic series, Jo-Jo Comics. The publishers decided to change the format of the title, but kept the name for their new adventure hero. Jo-Jo was another in Fox Feature Syndicate''s long line of Tarzan copies. Like Tarzan, Jo-Jo wore a loin-cloth, lived in the jungle, and spoke a form of broken English (similar to Johnny Weismuller''s version of Tarzan). Some of the episodes were given credit of Stan Ford (a pseudonym).