"Korak, Son of Tarzan: "Slave Ship"": Korak becomes a shackled rower on a slave ship which is later destroyed by a giant squid. He rescues the surviving slaves, and their master, from drowning and they continue their trip by sea on a rather small raft. Soon they see an island, but a giant tidal
Appearing in Korak, Son of Tarzan: "Slave Ship"
- Slave Ship Master
- Simon (slave)
- Ramina (slave girl)
Synopsis for Korak, Son of Tarzan: "Slave Ship"
Korak becomes a shackled rower on a slave ship which is later destroyed by a giant squid. He rescues the surviving slaves, and their master, from drowning and they continue their trip by sea on a rather small raft. Soon they see an island, but a giant tidal wave overwhelms the tiny craft, and pulls everyone under its powerful current.
Being the only survivor, Korak swims to shore and wonders if the others were swept off to sea.
Appearing in Beyond the Farthest Star: "Incident on Tonos"
- Kaparian criminals
- Slith (alien serpent beast)
- Dr. Ithias
- Dr. Krimm
- Tonos (planet)
- Kaparian Spacecraft
- A Poloda police cruiser
Synopsis for Beyond the Farthest Star: "Incident on Tonos"
While being chased by the Poloda police, three criminals crash onto a foreign planet. While unconscious, they are taken to a lab for study. The two police officers don their "air-pacs" and float down to the planet's surface to continue their pursuit. Meanwhile, the criminals awake to find that their alien hosts (doctors) have transformed themselves to look similar to them. The lead criminal pulls out a dagger and threatens one of the doctors to reveal their "cell altering" secrets. The two police officers suddenly bust in firing their guns. One of the doctors is accidentally shot during the struggle. The doctors ask them to please take their prisoners and leave their planet. After the police round up the three criminals, they fly off in their spacecraft. The doctors all stare up as the ship leaves, and take on their natural form (alien octopus) explaining to each other how they are a peace-loving race and are glad to get rid of the "ugly violent lot".
Appearing in Tarzan: "The Stone Pharaoh" Part 2
- Queen Mut-Ani
- Meroe and Narufa (disguised as The Stone Pharaoh)
Synopsis for Tarzan: "The Stone Pharaoh" Part 2
Continued from Tarzan #237.
Appearing in Carson of Venus: "The Girl in the Garden"
- The Jong (king)
- Duare (princess of Vepaja)
- Dunus (Carson's guardian)
Synopsis for Carson of Venus: "The Girl in the Garden"
Carson blasts off to Mars, but because of a miscalculation, he ends up on Venus instead. When he "drops" 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 and give him over to his new guardian, Danus. Several weeks later, during one of his jogging runs, he spies some thieves among the shrubbery. 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... Reprinted from Korak, Son of Tarzan #47.
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