13 TARZAN COVERS: An EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS Birthday Celebration

Featuring the Marvel art of Big John Buscema!

The late Edgar Rice Burroughs, who created some of the most enduring pulp characters ever — most notably Tarzan — was born 146 years ago on Sept. 1, 1875.

Tarzan, of course, has a long association with comic books and comic strips, so to celebrate Burroughs’ Lord of the Jungle, we bring you 13 COVERS published by Marvel in the late ’70s — all pencilled by the great John Buscema.

(Oh, and if you want to see 13 COVERS by the incomparable Joe Kubert, click here.)

Let’s swing!

Neal Adams inks

Klaus Janson inks

Dave Cockrum inks

Ernie Chan inks

Bob Hall inks

Tony DeZuniga inks

Bob McLeod inks

McLeod inks

McLeod inks

MORE

— 13 JOE KUBERT TARZAN COVERS to Make You Swing. Click here.

— 13 BRILLIANT PAGES: Inside Kubert’s TARZAN AND THE LION MAN Artist’s Edition. Click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Burroughs and I share the same birthday. Kinda karmic!

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  2. Happy birthday to the late Mr. Burroughs. His Tarzan character will live on for a long time.

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