It's a few years after the Bruce Jones/Brent Anderson series. Shanna travels to an old, run-down Estate in England where she finds the saber-tooth Zabu and Kazar living like animals inside. He's behaving like a primitive and keeps on doing so until his wife reprimands him. Then, he apologizes and agrees to act like a normal human.
They are contacted by archeologist Wyatt Wingfoot to investigate the mystery of a mysterious native who appeared from the Nevada desert. Wingfoot believes he's from a tribe that the Hopi indians originated from-and that the point of origin is deep beneath the earth, in an undiscovered part of the Savage Land. Shanna is reluctant to take Kazar there because he's been depressed since the natives voted not to have him "King" some years before. They find a tunnel beneath the Nevada desert that stretches miles beneath the Earth. It's highly radioactive because of all the nuclear testing in the 50's, but they've borrowed on of the Fantastic Fours hovercars, which protects from radiation. Once they get there they do find this previously undiscovered tribe but they're being used like slave labor by an oil company. The men kill a lot of the dinosaurs as if they are pests. Kazar wants to get rid of these invaders so he leads the natives on a revolt, which involves a lot of killing. And Kazar is using their stolen guns, something very different than the spears and arrows he's previously used. Kazar wins and is happy to feel like he has a place in this lost land but Shanna wants to return to the modern world, so she leaves him behind to be a Jungle Lord.
This graphic novel is a good tale though it's somewhat depressing with Kazar and Shanna's relationship. The best part about the book is the artwork, which are paintings, which give it a more realistic feel. Recommended.