If you can suspend disbelief long enough to accept Ibis, an Egyptian prince, brought back to life after 4000 years with his lover, Taia, you can accept a tale that begins in Fairyland, presided over by King Oberon, and disrupted by a mischievous “genii,” Zurty. Zurty is banned, and crosses paths with Taia and Ibis. Oh yeah, I forgot. You have to suspend more disbelief that Ibis has a magic “Ibistick” that he can wag and perform miracles, like turning a car into rubber, or give a safe arms to defend itself.
This story is from Fawcett’s Ibis #5 (1946), the next to last issue of that title.
Artwork is credited to Gus Ricca by the Grand Comics Database, who also credit Bill Woolfolk with the script.