Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan by George A. Carlin
The Sunday Comics, 1931-1933 Volume 1 ( Sundays)

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One of comics' greatest artistic achievements gets its due in this deluxe 15" x 20" hardcover collecting the first two years of Tarzan Sunday strips by Hal Foster! Beautifully restored and printed at giant size, this first volume in Dark Horse's comprehensive collection of Foster's Tarzan Sundays reprints over one-hundred strips on high-quality paper and in eye-popping color, replicating when they first appeared! Includes a historical essay on Tarzan and Foster by comics scholar, Mark Evanier.
 

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Published August 13, 2013 by Dark Horse Books. 120 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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Geeks of Doom

Carlin (no, not the comedian…he wasn’t even born yet) and illustrated by Hal Foster (who later went on to create the still ongoing Prince Valiant comic strip) this compilation of the Sunday strips is an amazing series of adventures that still grip the reader to this day.

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