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"The War Machine!": After rescuing a young woman from the river, Korak boards a boat in route to deliver supplies to several Nazis stationed at a nearby mining camp.


Quote1 Then I saw the object of their stealth... It was a girl... A most beautiful girl, indeed... moving busily about her lavish apartment. She is stunning! Absolutely stunning! Quote2
-- Carson Napier



Appearing in "The War Machine!"

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Other Characters:

  • Wally Potter
  • N'Tika
  • M'Buko

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  • Gypsy Belle (boat)
  • Nazi blimp/plane (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "The War Machine!"

After rescuing a young woman from the river, Korak boards a boat in route to deliver supplies to several Nazis stationed at a nearby mining camp.

Appearing in "The Girl In the Garden"

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  • Duran (captured Carson)
  • Tofar (guard)
  • The Jong (king)
  • Dunus (Carson's guardian)
  • Duare (princess of Vepaja) (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Girl In the Garden"

Carson blasts off to Mars, but because of a miscalculation, he ends up on Venus instead. When he crashes to the surface, he is attacked by a pincher-clawed beast. Soon, three Venusians rescue him, and take him to "The Jong" (king) for inspection, who then gives him over to his new guardian, Danus. Several weeks later, during one of his jogging runs, he spies upon some thieves. He soon realizes that the thieves mean to harm a beautiful woman in the garden. He leaps into action believing he will startle the intruders, instead they turn to fight, with weapons in hand. To Be Continued...

Notes

  • This book was first published on May 11, 1972.
  • Carson of Venus is reprinted in Tarzan Family #61.

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