The cover of this issue is merely a slightly zoomed-in version of
the splash page of page 7 of the issue.
On page 1, Xango refers to himself and his followers as a species.
Does he consider his tribe to be something beyond the human species?
True, he considers himself a god, but also his reanimated tribe of
The tank Alex somehow manages to steal on page 9, appears to be a
Nazi one from the Balkenkreuz cross on the side. The tank is
probably a Panzer IV model (though, frankly, the tank looks a bit
different each time we see it). It's not clear how he got it,
considering Burma was a British colony and even during WWII the
Japanese were the principal occupiers, not the Germans.
In the World News Now newsreel seen at the end of the story, the
O'Connell's are referred to as "the famed O'Connell family".
Apparently they've become quite well-known as heroic adventurers.
In the very last panel of the issue, we see that Lord Horwood has
apparently survived his experience in Burma and has even retaken the
Third Eye of Shangri-La.
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