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"The Magic Herb": A couple go to Africa in order to find a medical herb. They tell Tarzan that they're siblings and one of them is dying of a rare disease, which the herb may help cure. Tarzan agrees to be their guide through the dangerous jungle. When they stumble upon some "strange mushrooms,"



Appearing in "The Magic Herb"

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  • Lizard-Men
    • Kanar (sea dragon) (Destroyed)
  • Gail
  • Tommy

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Synopsis for "The Magic Herb"

A couple go to Africa in order to find a medical herb. They tell Tarzan that they're siblings and one of them is dying of a rare disease, which the herb may help cure. Tarzan agrees to be their guide through the dangerous jungle. When they stumble upon some "strange mushrooms," a tribe of scaly lizard-men confronts them. The woman lies to the lizard-men, telling them that Tarzan has kidnapped them and he wants to steal the tribe's food source (the mushrooms). Tarzan tries to defend himself, but the tribe take him, and the couple, to "the steaming lake." At the lake, a giant sea dragon emerges and is quickly slayed by Tarzan. Afterwards, the woman confesses to Tarzan that she and her companion are not siblings, but are to be married. Her fiance is really a pharmaceutical scientist and they wanted to steal the herb and sell it to the government. The lizard-men approach Tarzan and praise his courage. They let the three live and bestow upon them a bushel of the strange mushrooms. The three leave the tribe and climb up a cliff. As they climb, the woman lashes out towards Tarzan and he falls a few feet below. The two lovers then eat the mushrooms and become giddy. When Tarzan climbs to the top again, he notices that the couple have turned into lizard-creatures who are now racing back below in order to join their new tribe.

Appearing in "The Mail-Order Hunter"

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  • Dick Hackett
  • John Hackett
  • Juma

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Synopsis for "The Mail-Order Hunter"

Reprinted from Action Comics #189.

Appearing in "Bobo's New York Adventure"

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  • "Dangerous Jack" Diamond

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  • Sheiff Chase

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Synopsis for "Bobo's New York Adventure"

Reprinted from Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog #35.

Appearing in "I Shoot With a Camera"

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Synopsis for "I Shoot With a Camera"

Reprinted from My Greatest Adventure #4.

Appearing in "The Mahagga"

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  • Mahars (reptilian birds)
    • The Mahagga
    • The Cult of the Mahar

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  • Jane Porter (Cameo)
  • Evelyn Farrar
  • Tony Roberts
  • M'Katwa

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Synopsis for "The Mahagga"

Reprinted daily strips from the 1970s.

Notes

  • In the The Mahagga story, a Mahar (a reptilian bird) recounts to Tarzan a tale about David Innes, this is a condensed version of the events which occurred in Weird Worlds #6.

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