Black, gold, and red
|“||Simba's uncle: You remember what we said?
Simba's aunt: Yes, that we wanted to be proud of Simba!
Simba's uncle stood proudly beside his mate as she nursed their two cubs. Mufasa tasked Simba with gathering a choir for his cousins, and the cub reluctantly agreed to the task. After gathering an unusual assortment of animals to perform, Simba directed his choir in song. At the end of the performance, Simba's uncle and aunt recounted how they had hoped to be proud of Simba.
Simba's uncle is large, broad-shouldered, and powerfully built. His muzzle is long, his chin is scruffy, and his mane is full and somewhat disheveled. He has a deep gold pelt, with a pale yellow muzzle, pale yellow paws, and a pale yellow underbelly. His mane is a rich red, with darker fur combing the tips, and his eyes are reddish-brown.
Personality and traits
Simba's uncle is supportive of his family. He yearns to be proud of Simba.
- Revealed in An Unusual Choir. Written by Jack Sutter and pencilled by Oscar Martin. Published in October 1998.