"The Outcasts": After escaping the Volcano World, Korak and his new found friend, Professor Drood, sail for the Outcast Islands. On their journey, they're attacked by a cyclops. Their raft tips and they are washed upon the island's shore. Immediately, Korak rescues a child from a giant serpent.
- Yesterday, I was the leader of a bloody mutiny against those agents of the despotic government. Today, I am the captain.
Appearing in "The Outcasts"
- Professor Drood
- Sheba (parrot)
- A Cyclops
- Ramja (island woman)
- Teko (island child)
Synopsis for "The Outcasts"
After escaping the Volcano World, Korak and his new found friend, Professor Drood, sail for the Outcast Islands. On their journey, they're attacked by a cyclops. Their raft tips and they are washed upon the island's shore. Immediately, Korak rescues a child from a giant serpent. He is thanked and welcomed into the village. Again, the cyclops attacks and Korak battles him in front of the villagers. When the giant tumbles, the villagers celebrate and build a festival fire for all to gather round.
Appearing in "Duare... Princess of Venus"
- Soldiers of Liberty
- Thorists (race)
- Moosko the Ongyan
- Duare (princess of Vepaja)
- Sofal (Carson's warship)
Synopsis for "Duare... Princess of Venus"
With the bloody mutiny over, Carson is hailed as the new captain of the warship. His crew of liberated prisoners, now pirates, set sail to the enemy's land to fight against the Thoras. On there way, they're confronted by another Thora warship. It seems that the ship's captain has captured Duare, the Princess of Venus.
Stealth like, during the early dawn, Carson and his men swim over to board the tyrant's flagship. As they slipped through the halls of the vessel, Carson enters the captain's quarters. He kidnaps him, bounds him to a raft and places him under guard.
In the morning, Carson threatens his prisoner to transfer any of his captives over, or be gunned down. After the transfer is complete, Carson is requested by the princess. As Carson enters the vessel's room, he is greeted to come in, and is shocked to see the princess is the girl from the garden.
- Carson of Venus is reprinted in Tarzan Family #65 with a slightly altered ending.
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