The Disguised Zebra

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The Disguised Zebra
The first page of The Disguised Zebra.
The first page of The Disguised Zebra.
Author Werner Wejp-Olsen
Illustrators Oscar Martin
Pages 6 (Germany), 4 (Poland)
Inducks code D 96198

The Disguised Zebra (known also as The Scared Little Zebra) is a comic inspired by The Lion King.


Simba and Nala are having fun in a mud pool. When they return to Pride Rock, Mufasa scolds them for being so dirty. He tells them to take a shower and if they are that dirty again, they're grounded for a week.

The next day, Simba and Nala go out to have some fun. They hear a young zebra named Zarah crying all alone. The cubs ask Zarah what the matter is, and the zebra explains that she got separated from her herd and now she can't get back because hyenas are out looking for tasty zebra to eat.

Simba thinks for a while before coming up with the idea to cover the young zebra in black mud. That way, the hyenas won't recognize her. While covering her in mud, the cubs get very dirty.

When the three mud-covered animals cross the savanna, the hyenas don't recognize them. Zarah is reunited with her mother, but when Simba and Nala return to Mufasa, he grounds them for a week for being so dirty again!


The following images are the six pages of this comic translated (unofficially) from German to English.

The following images are the two of four pages of official Polish translation of this comic.