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Tarzan: The Jesse Marsh Years, Volume 9
     

Tarzan: The Jesse Marsh Years, Volume 9

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by Jesse Marsh, Gaylord DuBois
 

Kreegah! Tarzan’s Golden Age adventures in the heart of Africa and the lost land of Pal-ul-don continue! In addition to featuring favorite characters Muviro, Dr. MacWhirtle, Boy, Goliath, and Argus, this collection introduces both a fearsome, flying tribe of bat-worshippers and the buffalo-riding Gallugos people. New Cathne faces the threat of New Athne and

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Kreegah! Tarzan’s Golden Age adventures in the heart of Africa and the lost land of Pal-ul-don continue! In addition to featuring favorite characters Muviro, Dr. MacWhirtle, Boy, Goliath, and Argus, this collection introduces both a fearsome, flying tribe of bat-worshippers and the buffalo-riding Gallugos people. New Cathne faces the threat of New Athne and the Great Swamp’s thousands of Terribs, and Tarzan is caught up in the mysteries of ghosts and treasure-coated great apes! Now if only he can save Boy from a revenge-minded witch doctor before it is too late!

Reprinting Dell’s Tarzan’s Jungle Annual #2 and Tarzan #44-46, from 1953, for the first time since their original appearance.

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ISBN-13:
9781595826497
Publisher:
Dark Horse Comics
Publication date:
06/14/2011
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 10.40(h) x 0.90(d)

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Tarzan: The Jesse Marsh Years, Volume 9 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Mainumbi More than 1 year ago
Tarzan, the Jesse Marsh Years, Volume 9, covers publications between July and August 1953. Each page in this volume brings exciting episodes, magnificently illustrated by Marsh. Young ladies in distress, determined princesses, a mischievous little monkey, along with the Terribs and their dangerous gorabards, Goliath, the huge lion and Argus, the powerful eagle, offer many hours of engaging reading. Tarzan takes us to exotic jungles, to unknown deserts and swamps and to strange cities where we live incredible adventures and where friendship, determination and courage will beat all obstacles. Those readers with children in their lives may be inclined to consider this material as a teaching tool. Think of the great opportunities to introduce creative writing or communication skills based on these stories.