Interview: Gail Simone on Dynamite’s Red Sonja/Tarzan


Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 Adam Hughes cover

Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 Adam Hughes cover


Classic adventure characters Red Sonja and Tarzan cross paths for the first time in Dynamite’s Red Sonja/Tarzan! Writer Gail (Wonder Woman, Crosswind) Simone reveals more about this action-packed, upcoming series.

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Spotlight on Titan’s Burne Hogarth’s Tarzan Vol. 05: Tarzan and the Adventurers HC


Burne Hogarth’s Tarzan Vol. 05: Tarzan and the Adventurers HC

Burne Hogarth’s Tarzan Vol. 05: Tarzan and the Adventurers HC


Titan’s Burne Hogarth’s Tarzan Vol. 05: Tarzan and the Adventurers HC is a special treat for Hogarth, Tarzan, and comic strip fans.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Lord of the Jungle


Edgar Rice Burroughs’s Tarzan: The Jesse Marsh Years Omnibus Vol. 01

Edgar Rice Burroughs’s Tarzan: The Jesse Marsh Years Omnibus Vol. 01


Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan has been a part of popular culture for decades, including memorable comic strip and comic book runs. Wayne Markley takes a look at some of his favorite collections starring the Lord of the Jungle.

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COLLECTIVE THOUGHTS FOR JUNE 2014: PART 2 (OF 1)


Archie Archives Volume 10

Archie Archives Volume 10



KC Carlson looks at more books in the new Previews including Dark Horse’s Archie Archives Volume 10, Fantagraphics’ Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse Volume 5: “Outwits The Phantom Blot”, and Marvel’s Marvel Masterworks: Human Torch Volume 1.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Hey Joe!


By Wayne Markley

Dong Xoai

Over the last 60 years, Joe Kubert has been one of the steadiest, and arguably greatest, artists of all time. His work has spanned everything from Hawkman and the Flash in the 1940s to his own caveman creation Tor, (which he still revisits as recently as two years ago) to perhaps the work he is best know for, Sgt. Rock. It also includes almost every other DC war hero ever created to Tarzan in the 1970s to his most recent work, Dong Xoai. I would highly recommend all of his work and I am going to review a handful of his prodigious output in this column.

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