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Tarzan, the hero in my childhood. Looking forward to more stories.

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Through my editing duties, I've caught a glimpse of some of the upcoming storylines, and they're pretty korak*.


@ Mr. Degg: Thanks for the clarification as to how long the strip ran -- I think the ones distributed by United Features (the ones on GoComics) ended in the nineties. Will definitely be delving into those more recent adventures.

@Stephen: You are more fluent in Tarzan lingo than approx. 99.9% of the general population

@justaskin': That's an excellent question. The truth is we don't -- and may never -- know


This Tarzan picture story, i like it very much, who can give the link of full story?

Stephen Beals

Another cool comic on GoComics. I read every ERB I could get my hands on as a kid. Korak, by the way, is the Son of Tarzan (book four, I think). That's as far as my Tarzan lingo goes (except Sabor, for Lion, because that's what I named my cat).


Why is a guy who lives in the jungle so clean shaven and has his hair perfectly cut and styled?


"The Tarzan Sunday newspaper strip...continued into the '90s".
A bit longer - it made it into the 21st Century.
Here, courtesy of ERBzine, is the last 6 months of the Sunday Tarzan: http://www.erbzine.com/mag34/3492.html

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