Batman Tarzan Claws of the Catwoman (1999) comic books
by Ron Marz and Igor Kordey; cover by Dave Dorman Batman. Tarzan. Both are orphaned noblemen who have honed their minds and bodies to the peak of human performance. Both have sworn to protect their respective territories: for Tarzan, the jungle; for Batman, Gotham City. Now, a new evil has surfaced: one that will bring these two legendary heroes together for the first time; one that threatens both of their "jungles." And all clues point to a mysterious female cat burglar and an archaeologist named Dent. Co-published with DC Comics. Cover price $2.95.
by Ron Marz and Igor Kordey; cover by Dave Dorman The mysterious African Cat-woman is not about to let the ancient, priceless treasures of her lost jungle city be plundered by the archaeologist known as Dent. Who better to enlist in her cause than Batman and Tarzan? It will take all of the jungle-bred instincts of Tarzan and the detective skills of the Dark Knight to save this opulent lost civilization. Co-published with DC Comics. On sale October 27 FC, 32pg (2 of 4)" Cover price $2.95.
by Ron Marz and Igor Kordey; cover by Dave Dorman After following a treacherous route through dense jungle and over waterfalls, our heroes arrive at the lost city. They soon learn it has fallen under the control of Dent, who has taken the Pharaoh and his daughter hostage while Dent's men fleece the city of its priceless treasures. Batman and Tarzan cannot sit idly by, but their attempt at a rescue is foiled by Dent. Now Dent is about to claim the princess and the city as his own. Co-published with DC Comics. On sale November 24 FC, 32pg (3 of 4)" Cover price $2.95.
by Ron Marz and Igor Kordey; cover by Dave Dorman Tarzan and Batman: side by side against the villainous Dent . . . assuming our heroes can escape their underwater death match. And what of The Cat-Woman, the princess of the opulent lost city who must now rule in the place of her fallen father? Will Batman's love for her finally deny Gotham City of its greatest champion? Will Tarzan return to the arms of his beloved Jane, or stay to protect the city? Co-published with DC Comics. On sale December 22 FC, 32pg (4 of 4)" Cover price $2.95.