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Review: Tarzan #210

Tarzan travels to America to reunite with his lost love, Jane – but will he arrive too late? The fitting final chapter of Joe Kubert’s excellent adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan of the Apes.

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Review: Tarzan #209

Tarzan becomes king of the apes, but realizes he’s a man. More humans – including Jane – come to the jungle. The pacing on this third DC issue is a little off, but, overall, Joe Kubert delivers another excellent issue.

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Review: Tarzan #207

Marooned in the jungle, the doomed Greystokes give birth to a son who is eventually raised by apes. Inspired work from Joe Kubert, along with nice Murphy Anderson art on the John Carter backup, make for a stellar DC debut.

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Review: The Legion of Super-Heroes #287

Chameleon Boy leads an ill-advised recon mission to the Khundian homeworld, while Mon-El and Shadow Lass investigate a forgotten evil world. Writer Paul Levitz pens a pair of strong stories, with Keith Giffen taking over lead art chores and outgoing penciler Pat Broderick setting up “The Great Darkness Saga.”

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