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Tarzan Family #65 - September 1976 - DC Comics - Grade VG

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    Tarzan Family #65 - September 1976 - DC Comics - Grade VG

    "Deadlier Than the Male", "Arrival!", "Mutiny at Sea" & "Duare... Princess of Venus"

    Bob Smith artist, Ernie Chan cover, James Sherman artist, Liz Berube colorist, Milt Snapinn letterer, Murphy Anderson artist

    This volume contains four main stories:
    Korak befriends a female giant as he tries to escape captivity.
    John Carter explains how he arrived on Mars.
    Carson and Kamlot became prisoners at sea where man and beast seek to destroy them.
    Carson remembers the beautiful girl in the garden who had refused his love in an earlier story.
    This issue marks the end of Robert Kanigher's reign as writer for the Korak stories.

    1st printing.

    Comic is complete with cover and all pages attached. Used and read comic with flaws that warrant a VG grade.

    Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded!
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