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The collections of this landmark Golden Age series continue! In this volume, Tarzan befriends the peace-loving "stork men" of the Great Swamp and fends off the area's fierce, lizard-riding cannibals while keeping the precarious situation between rival cities New Cathne and New Athne calm. Featuring such recurring characters as Chief Buto, the brave Waziri warriors, Dr. Mer The collections of this landmark Golden Age series continue! In this volume, Tarzan befriends the peace-loving "stork men" of the Great Swamp and fends off the area's fierce, lizard-riding cannibals while keeping the precarious situation between rival cities New Cathne and New Athne calm. Featuring such recurring characters as Chief Buto, the brave Waziri warriors, Dr. Mervin and his daughter Yolanda, and Jane and Boy, these issues also include appearances from Argus, Goliath, Jo-rah, D'Arnot, the lost Roman legion, and introduce a man-eating tree, Africa's fearsome "spotted death," and the giant otters Nip and Tuck! Reprinting Dell's Tarzan #39-43, from 1952 and 1953, for the first time.


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The collections of this landmark Golden Age series continue! In this volume, Tarzan befriends the peace-loving "stork men" of the Great Swamp and fends off the area's fierce, lizard-riding cannibals while keeping the precarious situation between rival cities New Cathne and New Athne calm. Featuring such recurring characters as Chief Buto, the brave Waziri warriors, Dr. Mer The collections of this landmark Golden Age series continue! In this volume, Tarzan befriends the peace-loving "stork men" of the Great Swamp and fends off the area's fierce, lizard-riding cannibals while keeping the precarious situation between rival cities New Cathne and New Athne calm. Featuring such recurring characters as Chief Buto, the brave Waziri warriors, Dr. Mervin and his daughter Yolanda, and Jane and Boy, these issues also include appearances from Argus, Goliath, Jo-rah, D'Arnot, the lost Roman legion, and introduce a man-eating tree, Africa's fearsome "spotted death," and the giant otters Nip and Tuck! Reprinting Dell's Tarzan #39-43, from 1952 and 1953, for the first time.

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