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"Tarzan and the Lion Man: Conclusion": CONTINUED from LAST ISSUE: While swinging through the jungle, Tarzan encounters a band of Beast-Men who are battling a savage blond man in a giant tree. When Tarzan drops down to them, he notices a woman cowering there and he's immediately threaten by


Quote1 I... am alone again... It seems as if tragedy and death will be my only companions into eternity! Quote2
-- Korak



Appearing in "Tarzan and the Lion Man: Conclusion"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Rhonda Terry

Villains:

  • Beast-Men

Other Characters:

  • A Savage Couple:
  • Malb'yat (blond wild man)
  • Balza (wild woman)
  • Stanley Obroski (an actor) (Dies)
  • Tom Orman

Locations:

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Synopsis for "Tarzan and the Lion Man: Conclusion"

CONTINUED from LAST ISSUE: While swinging through the jungle, Tarzan encounters a band of Beast-Men who are battling a savage blond man in a giant tree. When Tarzan drops down to them, he notices a woman cowering there and he's immediately threaten by the savage man protecting her. The savage man snarls and positions himself to strike against Tarzan, and a savage woman suddenly swoops behind them chanting "Kill him!"

Tarzan tells the cowering woman to jump down from the tree to safety. He then attacks the savage man and both tumble towards the jungle floor. Tarzan is able to twist his body in mid-air, and lands on top of his enemy, thus cushioning his own fall. Several Beast-Men follow Tarzan down the tree, and he quickly grabs the wild woman and drags her deeper into the jungle. They spot the other woman and the three make their escape down a cliff and back to the film set.

During the following weeks, the movie company continues to film their jungle sequences, believing Tarzan to be the actor Stanley Obroski, as they look identical. Tarzan later discovers that the real Stanley has died at the hands of his kidnappers. He retrieves his body from the kidnapper's hut and brings him back to his tent on the film set. As the crew is breaking down their set, they discover Stanley lying on a cot, dead, and they grieve.

Adapted from Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel, TARZAN AND THE LION MAN.

Appearing in "A Whistle for Bobo"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Sheiff Chase

Villains:

  • Two Bank Robbers

Other Characters:


Locations:

Items:

  • A Whistle

Vehicles:



Synopsis for "A Whistle for Bobo"

While pretending to be a traffic cop, by blowing his toy whistle at cars, Bobo outsmarts a gang of armed crooks during their getaway. Reprinted from Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog #27.

Appearing in "The Man-Eater of Mandalao!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Mingo the tiger

Villains:

  • Ivory Poachers

Other Characters:

  • Mary (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for "The Man-Eater of Mandalao!"

Reprinted from Action Comics #176.

Appearing in "I was a Jungle Ringmaster"

Featured Characters:

  • George (animal trainer) (Flashback and main story)

Supporting Characters:

  • Larry Burns (Flashback only)
  • Mr. Barker
  • Blackie (panther)

Villains:

  • Japanese

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Synopsis for "I was a Jungle Ringmaster"

During WWII, two fighter pilots are shot down by the Japanese. While hiding from capture in the jungle, they discover several lions and panthers prowling about. Both men once worked together at a circus, one was even an animal trainer. The trainer begins to train the dangerous cats with whip vines. A week later, the Japanese finally locate the two men and the animals leap into action attacking them as the two soldiers hop aboard a torpedo boat. With their enemies running, and swimming away, from the attacking cats, the two men are able to sail away to safety. Reprinted from My Greatest Adventure #5.

Appearing in "Thunder Lizard"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Chief Mugambi
  • Trudy Tyne

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Marta

Locations:

  • Africa
    • D'Goni's Village
    • The Van Tyne Esatate

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Synopsis for "Thunder Lizard"

Reprinted from Tarzan Sunday strips, January 28, 1969 - April 11, 1969.

Appearing in "I was a Prisoner in a Human Zoo"

Featured Characters:

  • Carl Perry

Supporting Characters:


Villains:

  • Intelligent Apes
    • Nero

Other Characters:

  • Professor Benton
  • Bob Mansfield
  • Otto Wentworth

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Items:


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Synopsis for "I was a Prisoner in a Human Zoo"

Deep in the Belgian Congo, an intelligent ape, who talks, captures a circus owner for his own "Man-Circus." Reprinted from My Greatest Adventure #14.

Appearing in "White Death"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Villains:

  • A white bear (Dies)

Other Characters:

  • Cavemen

Locations:

  • An Iceberg (Destroyed)

Items:


Vehicles:

  • Korak's Raft

Synopsis for "White Death"

While drifting on his raft, Korak discovers a pre-historic (Ice Age) land.

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