Don Markstein’s Toonopedia, had an interesting origin. She and her parents were in a part of the African jungle they shared with neanderthal men and prehistoric creatures. Cave Girl’s name was Carol, and grew up without her parents, who were killed. At some point the prehistoric setting was dropped for more standard blonde jungle goddess types of stories, much like many of the other comic book jungle women. She had her own comic and appeared as a backup in Thun'da, King of the Congo as well, so as they say in showbiz, her character “had legs.” Literally. Artist Bob Powell, who could draw pulchritudinous females as well as anything else, did a good job on Cave Girl. But while physically attractive, story-wise she wasn’t particularly distinguishable from all of the other beautiful women who swung through trees.
In this tale, from Cave Girl #13 (1954), she mixes it up with some Amazons who are beating up on the local native tribesmen. We’ve seen this all before, but I don’t care. I have kind of a thing for jungle stories and jungle girls.