Resultados para: tarzan archives
Experience seven of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan novels as drawn by Russ Manning, the most beloved comic-book interpreter of the lord of the jungle! Manning's adaptations appeared in the Gold Key comics Tarzan #155-161, #163, #164, #166, and #167....sob encomenda
Edgar Rice Burroughs' creation is back for more adventure in this second volume of Russ Manning and Gaylord DuBois's Korak, Son of Tarzan. Stepping out from Tarzan's shadow and with all of Africa his to explore, Korak -- 'the killer' -- and his...sob encomenda
In this volume, Tarzan befriends the peace-loving 'stork men' of the Great Swamp and fends off the area's fierce, lizard-riding cannibals while keeping the precarious situation between rival cities New Cathne and New Athne calm. Featuring such...sob encomenda
In the late 1940s, Dell Publishing assembled a new comics team that would leave an indelible impression on millions of young readers. For the next nineteen years, Jesse Marsh — an 'artist's artist' — and Gaylord DuBois created an absorbing jungle...sob encomenda
In this volume, Tarzan fends off a scientist's unnaturally sized jungle animals; protects Cathne, 'the city of gold,' and its people from Tommy-gun-toting gangsters; outwits treacherous witch doctors and a truck-sized spider; discovers Egyptian...sob encomenda
The son of the jungle lord gets his own title, in this beautiful, imaginative spinoff from longtime Tarzan writer Gaylord DuBois and fan-favorite artist Russ Manning! In the first of two volumes collecting Manning's complete run on the series, Tarzan...sob encomenda
Kreegah! Tarzan’s Golden Age adventures in the heart of Africa and the lost land of Pal-ul-don continue! In addition to featuring favorite characters Muviro, Dr. MacWhirtle, Boy, Goliath, and Argus, this collection introduces both a fearsome, flying...
Join Tarzan, Jane, Boy, and their animal companions as they encounter new friends, old enemies, and undiscovered lands in the wilds of Africa. In addition to stories featuring favorite recurring characters — such as the oddball scientist Dr....
In 1947, artist Jesse Marsh left Walt Disney Studios-where he had worked on Pinocchio, Fantasia, and various animated shorts-to work for Western Publishing full time. Tarzan was one of his first assignments, with the iconic character's first original...
Tarzan Archives: The Jesse Marsh Years Vol. 3
Tarzan faces his most harrowing adventure yet when his treehouse is targeted and destroyed by slavers, who kidnap Jane and Boy! No less dangerous are the hunters who threaten the family’s new home amongst the pygmies of Opar! This volume also sees...