Edgar Rice Burroughs comic
Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan: Burne Hogarth's Lord of the Jungle
One of the most influential illustrators ever adapts two of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ most beloved Tarzan novels! Burne Hogarth’s color Tarzan of the Apes and black-and-white Jungle Tales of Tarzan graphic novels are collected into one deluxe hardcover. Hogarth (Dynamic Anatomy) shines in these lively, lush, and faithful Tarzan adaptations! Classic adventure tales from a master illustrator! Dazzling, dynamic adventure for every comic-book fan’s library!
- Issue # TPB (5 years ago)
Weird Worlds chronicles the adapted stories of John Carter and David Innes, both created by Edgar Rice Burroughs. However, after #7 it was no longer cost-effective for DC to publish so many adaptations of ERB's work, the ongoing adaptations were hastily ended and the title was given to original creation Iron Wolf.
The Lost Continent
In the 22nd-century, the world has been divided into the western hemisphere and the forbidden lands of the eastern hemisphere. No one knows better than Jefferson Turck, a lieutenant in the Pan-American Navy, that entering the eastern hemisphere is against the law. However, during a terrible storm at sea, Turck is forced to take refuge in a land located within the forbidden zone. Turck is shocked by the unforgiving lands he finds himself in, and by the fearsome beasts that inhabit them.
- Issue # Full (5 years ago)
Korak, Son of Tarzan (1972)
And he's not alone - Carson Napier returns to comics after more than a decade, and Abner Perry is introduced to comicdom, and to Pellucidar!