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Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 1

    Written by Bruce Jones. Art by Christopher Schenck and Thomas Yeates. Cover by Arthur Suydam. In the past, the Lord of the Apes has risked his life to save many people -- some of whom he called friend and others for whom he had no name. Now, it is Jane who needs saving. She is dying, the result of a mysterious virus. And with no one to battle, no savage creatures to fend off, for the first time in his life, Tarzan feels helpless. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 2

    Written by Bruce Jones. Art by Christopher Schenck and Thomas Yeates. Cover by Arthur Suydam. Jane will die of a bizarre virus if Tarzan cannot find the white dahlia, a rare flower thought to counteract the disease. Between the Lord of the Apes and this herbal cure stand enormous, mutated spiders and deadly, six-legged lions! And as brutal as both may be, they will fall before the might of "Tarzan's Jungle Fury!" 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 3

    Written by Bruce Jones. Art by Christopher Schenck and Thomas Yeates. Cover by Arthur Suydam. Tarzan has many friends among the creatures of the jungle, but few are as close to him as the mighty lion Jad-bal-ja. He is an honorable beast, and would protect Tarzan at any cost. But infected with the Tara virus, he is Tarzan's most fearsome enemy! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 4

    Written by Bruce Jones. Art by Christopher Schenck and Thomas Yeates. Cover by Arthur Suydam. The Tara virus has killed many men and many beasts, and now it threatens Tarzan's most beloved friend, Jane. It may be Tarzan's most fearsome foe yet -- a foe he cannot battle -- and that it was brought to earth by the Lord of the Jungle himself only makes Tarzan's fury that much greater. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #5
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 5

    Written by Bruce Jones. Art by Christopher Schenck and Thomas Yeates. Cover by Arthur Suydam. Tarzan has the cure to the Tara virus -- the genetic virus that is quickly killing his beloved Jane. But the cure is in his own blood, and there are plenty of monstrosities and evil men who wish to spill that blood before Tarzan can ever get back to his mate! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 6

    Written by Bruce Jones. Art by Christopher Schenck and Thomas Yeates. Cover by Arthur Suydam. Jane is dying from the mysterious Tara virus. Only Tarzan, her mate, can save her -- he holds the cure in his blood. But there is plenty between Tarzan and home -- namely, monstrosities and the evil Ahrtan, who want to spill Tarzan's blood instead! The final, show-stopping conclusion of Tarzan's conflict with the Ahrtan -- and himself! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 7

    Legion of Hate: Part 1 of 4 - Written by Allan Gross. Art by Christopher Schenck and George Freeman. Cover by Christopher Schenck. Tarzan's battle with the evil Ahrtan is over, but the real danger has just begun! Tarzan and Mugambi are traveling through upper Kenya when they discover that an artifact of immense power has fallen into the hands of a Nazi private. It could make this lowly soldier the ruler of the world -- if he could only get out of the jungle! Thus begins "Tarzan and the Legion of Hate," the second story arc in the ongoing Tarzan series. This is a great place for new readers to swing into the action! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #8
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 8

    Legion of Hate: Part 2 of 4 - Written by Allan Gross. Art by Christopher Schenck and George Freeman. Cover by Christopher Schenck. The Emerald of the Zuli is an immense gem with mind-controlling powers -- with that gem, a Nazi refugee controls his entire squad and the warrior women of Zuli, who, in their quest for purity, have unwittingly embraced the foul Nazi ideology. Deep within the jungles of upper Kenya, Tarzan must battle the magnificent female warriors as well as the squad of Nazis -- and all the odds are against him! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #9
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 9

    Legion of Hate: Part 3 of 4 - Written by Allan Gross. Art by Christopher Schenck and George Freeman. Cover by Christopher Schenck. Renegade Nazis! Warrior jungle women! And a mind-controlling emerald! It all adds up to one thing: big trouble in upper Kenya! If Tarzan cannot defuse this situation now, deep within the jungles of Africa, the battle could be taken back to civilization, where millions of innocents could be subjected to the emerald's hypnotic power -- and that's a battle he cannot afford to face. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #10
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 10

    Legion of Hate: Part 4 of 4 - Written by Allan Gross. Art by Christopher Schenck and George Freeman. Cover by Christopher Schenck. A fantastic, hypnotic emerald has given Private Mann control over the rest of his Nazi infantry and the warrior women of Zuli. And, yet, this newfound power is pointless to him unless he can get back to civilization. Tarzan won't let him do that, and Tarzan cannot be controlled by the emerald. But there are other things which Mann can use to control the Lord of the Apes . . . 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #11
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 11

    Cover by Bernie Wrightson. Le Monstre (Part 1), script by Lovern Kindzierski, art by Stan Manoukian and Vince Roucher; Beasts, savages, natural disasters -- these are the threats of the jungle, the things Tarzan has learned to control; But there is nothing natural about his current quarry; In turn-of-the-century Paris, the Lord of the Jungle faces a masked, tuxedo-clad assailant who carries off women; a beast with the trappings of "civilization": A phantom of the opera. Interview with Lovern Kindzierski. Preview of next issues cover, art by Wrightson. Dragon*Con ad, art by Bernie Wrightson. Superman / Madman Hullabaloo ad, art by Mike Allred. Star Wars: Dark Force Rising ad, art by Mathieu Lauffray. 36 pgs., full color. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #12
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 12

    Le Monstre: Part 2 of 2 - Written by Lovern Kindzierski. Art by Stan Manoukin and Vince Roucher. Cover by Bernie Wrightson. n the sewers of Paris and out of his element, Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle, faces the "civilized" monster of the concrete jungle: The Phantom of the Opera! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #13
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 13

    The Modern Prometheus: Part 1 of 2 - Written by Lovern Kindzierski. Art by Stan Manoukin and Vince Roucher. Cover by Michael Kaluta. Tarzan encounters the concrete jungle! New York's scientific community is fighting over rights to the notebooks of Dr. Victor von Frankenstein, and the jungle lord finds himself pulled into the middle of the fray when a hulking monster figures into the mix. This issue features Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Frankenstein's monster! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #14
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 14

    The Modern Prometheus: Part 2 of 2 - Written by Lovern Kindzierski. Art by Stan Manoukin and Vince Roucher. Cover by Michael Kaluta. The notes of Dr. Victor von Frankenstein, the greatest scientific mind of the nineteenth century, have fallen into the hands of the greatest scientific mind of the twentieth century, Thomas Edison. Tarzan is determined that Edison will not repeat the mistakes of the late Dr. Frankenstein . . . but there's a hulking beast that has his own stake in all of this! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #15
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 15

    Tooth and Nail: Part 1 of 2 - Written by Lovern Kindzierski. Art by Stan Manoukin and Vince Roucher. Cover by Mark Schultz. When the NYPD needs help tracking a brutal serial murderer, they call on Tarzan. But even he's confused when he finds two scents where there should be one! The killer is two different people in a single body, and that spells double trouble for the Lord of the Jungle! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #16
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 16

    Tooth and Nail: Part 2 of 2 - Written by Lovern Kindzierski. Art by Stan Manoukin and Vince Roucher. Cover by Mark Schultz. A madman with the strength of a bull ape stalks the cobblestoned alleys of Manhattan, his brain a peculiar dialogue between the power of the intellect and the nature of the beast. Tarzan must stop him before he can kill again, but not before he reflects upon his own similarity to the man/monster that is Jekyll and Hyde! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #17
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 17

    Tarzan vs. the Moon Men: Part 1 of 4 - Written by Tim Truman. Art by Thomas Yeats and Al Williamson. Cover by John Totleben. A stranger with a familiar face has come to Tarzan's African estate to seek help from the jungle lord: alien hordes from the moon have all but conquered the Earth of the far future, and only the Waziri remain! Tarzan and his son, Korak must accompany the stranger into the cave of Nu, and lead a battle in the 24th Century! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #18
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 18

    Tarzan vs. the Moon Men: Part 2 of 4 - Written by Tim Truman. Art by Thomas Yeats and Al Williamson. Cover by John Totleben. Somewhere in the ravaged jungles of 24th Century Africa, Tarzan and his son Korak must face invading hordes of Vagas from the Earth's moon. But even as the jungle lord's piercing cry strikes fear into the hearts of the Vagas, it is drowned out by the roar of rockets bringing fresh troops to Earth! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #19
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 19

    Tarzan vs. the Moon Men: Part 3 of 4 - Written by Tim Truman. Art by Thomas Yeats and Al Williamson. Cover by John Totleben. A daring infiltration into the enemy's camp turns sour as Tarzan is captured, but Korak himself catches the daughter of Jemadar Ortiz, and she may provide the key . . . both to Tarzan's rescue, and to the defeat of the lunar invaders! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #20
    Tarzan (1996 Dark Horse) 20

    Tarzan vs. the Moon Men: Part 4 of 4 - Written by Tim Truman. Art by Thomas Yeats and Al Williamson. Cover by John Totleben. As the lunar hordes arrive to sweep across Africa and claim the Earth for their own, Tarzan calls upon his trickster side in the hope of scaring the Vagas back into space with an ancient enemy! But the chief of the Moon Men has a powerful hunger . . . a hunger that can only be sated with a bellyful of steel, or the blood of a jungle lord! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.