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"A Mate For the Ape-Man (Part 3)": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
Appearing in "A Mate For the Ape-Man (Part 3)"
- Tarzan (Flashback only)
- Jane Porter (Flashback only) (First appearance)
- Terkoz (male ape) (Flashback only)
- Unnamed woman
- Mister Klaxton (unnamed woman's guide)
- William Clayton (Flashback only)
- Archimedes Q. Porter (Flashback only)
- Esmeralda (Flashback only)
- African Congo
Synopsis for "A Mate For the Ape-Man (Part 3)"
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "Fight For Life"
Synopsis for "Fight For Life"
Reprinted from a newspaper strip originally printed on January 10th, 1932.
Appearing in "A Fair Captive From the Sky"
- Tharks (race)
- Sola (daughter of Tars Tarkas)
- Woola (guard dog)
Synopsis for "A Fair Captive From the Sky"
John Carter roams around a Martian city with his guard dog, as Tars Tarkas lectures him with a history lesson about his race. Suddenly above, an unidentified aircraft is being blasted from the skies. When they inspect the fallen ship, they take prisoner a beautiful red-skinned female, Princess Dejah Thoris of Helium. As she is taken to the dungeon, she is being manhandled by the Tharks. John notices this, and lashes out at the laughing guards. Tars Tarkas threatens to disintegrate John if does not stop his scuffle. Disgusted with John's actions, Tars Tarkas escorts him and the princess to a higher tribunal, to be judged if they should live or die.
- This book was first published on April 27, 1972.
- John Carter story continues in Weird Worlds #1.
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