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Lost Roman colonies, unwilling brides... just another working week for the son of Tarzan!

In the first story, Korak saves a group of photographers first from some irate tribesmen and then from a superstitious Roman town where they seek refuge. In the second story, he unites a young queen with her lover and helps them escape.

In the first story, while seeking refuge with a lost Roman town which has recently banned magic, the unfortunate jungle boy gets himself and three American photographers arrested, bound and led into a holding cell underneath the arena, awaiting sacrifice in the gladiatorial games, when he describes their cameras as magic.

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Warren Tuft’s artwork is fair. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in one of the stories. In the first story, while rescuing three American photographers from a group of irate tribesmen, Korak seeks refuge with a lost Roman town which has recently banned magic. Describing the cameras as magic, the unfortunate jungle boy gets himself and his companions arrested. They are bound and led into a holding cell underneath th...

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