But, what does this have to do with comics?
Green Mansions Novel and Adaptation
Rima The Jungle Girl
With covers and interior layouts by Joe Kubert, and stories by Robert Kanigher and finished art by Nestor Redondo, Rima the Jungle Girl #1 tells the story of how Rima found Abel, with Rima the Jungle Girl #2 (June-July, 1974), has Rima telling Abel the story of how she is accepted by the animals and can communicate with them via sounds, and how the jungle accepts her. Abel returns to the village, and one of the Indians, Runi, is surprised that he returned, as Rima usually captures the souls of those who venture into the forest (which, because Abel has decided he loves Rima, and returns to her, Rima has captured Abel).
Rima's A Super Friend
The Jungle Girl Disappears
Doc Savage and the Spirit (along with an early Batman).
Still, since Rima began her existence by dying, one should be forgiven for hoping to see her again!