"Lord Of Pal-ul-don": The Pal-ul-don Tribe have become slaves to a tyrant. He wants them to raid villages for treasures, and have it melted down in order for them to erect a huge, golden statue of his face.
- Surprisingly, I found I did not want to leave Vepaja. I had seen the girl in the garden.
Appearing in "Lord Of Pal-ul-don"
- Professor Oliver Manning (Jad-ben-otho) (Dies)
- Pal-ul-don Tribe
- Lon-at-lo (female tailed Pal-ul-don)
- Po-den (male tailed Pal-ul-don)
- Kor-ul-gryf village
- Machine gun
Synopsis for "Lord Of Pal-ul-don"
The Pal-ul-don Tribe have become slaves to a tyrant. He wants them to raid villages for treasures, and have it melted down in order for them to erect a huge, golden statue of his face.
Appearing in "Battle Cry!"
- five Venusian thieves (Dies)
- Duare (princess of Vepaja) (Flashback only)
- Dunus (Carson's guardian)
Synopsis for "Battle Cry!"
During one of his jogging runs, Carson 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. Though out numbered five-to-one, Carson battles them, but then retreats when he notices several Venusian warriors coming after the intruders too.
Days later, Carson confesses to his guardian, Danus, about the beautiful woman in the garden. Danus informs him that she is not to be seen or lusted after, and the two quarrel over the matter. Carson realizes that he no longer wants to leave Venus, for he has seen the princess, and will do anything to meet her face to face.
Carson of Venus is reprinted in Tarzan Family #62.
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