Tarzan Omnibus: Volume 1

The Dark Horse contributions to the Lord of the Jungle are highlighted in this omnibus of previously uncollected stories from Bruce Jones, Thomas Yeates, Timothy Truman, Al Williamson, Lovern Kindzierski, Darko Macan, Igor Kordey, and In this volume, Tarzan discovers a new form of helplessness when a deadly virus threatens Jane s life, races against Nazis to uncoverThe Dark Horse contributions to the Lord of the Jungle are highlighted in this omnibus of previously uncollected stories from Bruce Jones, Thomas Yeates, Timothy Truman, Al Williamson, Lovern Kindzierski, Darko Macan, Igor Kordey, and In this volume, Tarzan discovers a new form of helplessness when a deadly virus threatens Jane s life, races against Nazis to uncover an artifact of immense power, encounters classic characters from Victorian literature, and battles Martians in the twenty fourth century Collecting Tarzan 1 20 and Tarzan A Tale of Mugambi, this omnibus an essential addition to any Tarzan library
Tarzan Omnibus Volume The Dark Horse contributions to the Lord of the Jungle are highlighted in this omnibus of previously uncollected stories from Bruce Jones Thomas Yeates Timothy Truman Al Williamson Lovern Kindzier

  • Title: Tarzan Omnibus: Volume 1
  • Author: Darko Macan Bruce Jones Timothy Truman Thomas Yeates Igor Kordey Christopher Schenk Allan Gross Lovern Kindzierski
  • ISBN: 9781616556624
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Tarzan Omnibus: Volume 1”

    1. Fantastic comic adventures of Tarzan. excellent art and story arcs make this a awesome read. Tarzan meets the Phantom of the Opera, fights Nazis in a hidden jungle city, fights Mr Hyde and way more. Very recommended

    2. Ok, it's a Tarzan book. Don't expect rocket science or particle physics. Now, that being said, there should have been an intro page about what's in the volume. It starts with a Tarzan vs. aliens epic set around 1940 that has several characters switching sides and bodies. Scantily scad women and men abound. After a sidebar story, in which we find out that Tarzan is apparently immortal, he is off to 1890's Paris to appear in an Phantom of the Opera story. Next is a jump to the 1910's New York, whe [...]

    3. This is, beyond a doubt, a superb collection of original Tarzan stories. Six stories,over 500 pages, and great art work. I really believe that Mr. Burroughs would be satisfied with what is being offered here. Read on, Tarzan fans!

    4. 511 Seiten Tarzan-Kunst und Geschichten unterschiedlicher Qualität. Von sehr beeindruckend bis sehr mäßig.

    5. I knew that Dark Horse had an ongoing Tarzan series in the '90s, but I'd never read it and incorrectly assumed that it was like most ongoing comics series: more or less telling a continuing story of the adventures of a primary character. This omnibus collects the entire run, but it reads like an anthology of individual mini-series. Every few issues brings not only a change in creative teams, but in overall tone and genre. There's no house style connecting them.Which can be a strength and it most [...]

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