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Quote1.png Duare, run! Don't waste your life... Run! She didn't run... breathing my name with each thrust, she repeatedly stabbed into the reptile's mouth! Quote2.png
-- Carson Napier

Appearing in "The Rescue of the Fawn"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Rescue of the Fawn"Edit

Tarzan rescues a fawn and then muses over having a son. NOTE: This story takes place prior to Korak's birth.

Appearing in "Leap into Death"Edit

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  • Meriem

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  • Iagho (Death)
  • Bird-People

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  • Temple Eyries

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Synopsis for "Leap into Death"Edit

Korak continues his search for Meriem,[1] and finds her in a city of bird-people, but once again she is taken away to an unknown land.

Appearing in "The Slave Traders"Edit

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  • Slave Runners

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  • Uru
  • Costa Family
    • Papa Costa (Death)
    • Clarita Costa
  • Jane Porter (Cameo)

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Synopsis for "The Slave Traders"Edit

Reprinted from United Features Tarzan comic strip, July 6, 1970 - August 11, 1970.

Appearing in "The Deadly Sting of Ana Conda"Edit

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  • Tina
  • Doto the monkey
  • Tiki the parrot (Cameo)

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  • Ana Conda

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  • Chief Atachi

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Synopsis for "The Deadly Sting of Ana Conda"Edit

Ana Conda (a snakeskin warrior) destroys Tina's village. When Bomba arrives, he realizes that she is the sole survivor, and something strange has taken over her mind. She has no sense of who he is or why he came to rescue her. Meanwhile, Ana Conda sends out his snakeskin warriors to finish the job of killing her. Reprinted from Bomba the Jungle Boy #4.

Appearing in "Mystery of the Stolen Bell"Edit

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  • Burt Trent

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  • An unnamed governor
  • Headhunter chief

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Synopsis for "Mystery of the Stolen Bell"Edit

In a small town, someone has stolen the village's bell and murdered the bell-ringer. The murderer is after a map to a gold mine which is carved inside the bell. The local townspeople believe it's the act of a nearby tribe of headhunters. Congo Bill investigates with the headhunters pleading their innocence.

Reprinted from Action Comics #145.

Appearing in "Meet Detective Chimp"Edit

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  • Fred Thorpe (Bobo's owner) (Only appearance; dies)[2]

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  • Pete Drummond

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  • Sheriff Chase
  • Alice
  • Tombo the gorilla

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  • Oscaloosa County, Florida
    • Thorpe Animal Farm

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Synopsis for "Meet Detective Chimp"Edit

In fear that his past crimes might be revealed, a corrupt small town deputy kills the owner of Thorpe Animal Farm to shut him up. Now he's after the chimp who witnessed the brutal murder. Reprinted from Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog #4.

Appearing in "Into the Noobolian Valley"Edit

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  • Kazars (predatory animals)

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  • Skor, the jong of Morov

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Synopsis for "Into the Noobolian Valley"Edit

Continued from Korak Son of Tarzan #56. Carson and the princess continue their savage journey through the Venusian forest. While descending down a cliff, they're attacked by a giant predatory lizard and the Princess slaughters it. Once they reach level ground, they follow a river in hopes it will lead them to the sea. Suddenly, a dozen hideous creatures, named Kazars, appear and the two combat them with their arrows. A mysterious shout is heard, and a strange rider approaches them as they wonder if their visitor is friend of foe?

NotesEdit

  • Though Carson of Venus mentions that it is "to be continued," in The Black Castle titled story, this is the last appearance of the series. The storyline is left unresolved.


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  1. Korak Son of Tarzan #56
  2. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks

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