Korak, Son of Tarzan #16

    Korak, Son of Tarzan » Korak, Son of Tarzan #16 - Peril at Jade Lagoon released by Gold Key on March 1, 1967.

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    A treasure-hunting thug with jewels on his mind and a gun in his hand stalks the jungle... but he's still no match for The Heir Of The Jungle!

    In this story, after saving a boy from an army of red ants, Korak pursues an archaeological expedition which is gradually being taken over by an unscrupulous looter.

    While tracking the safari on an archaeological expedition, the jungle boy is struck on the back of his head with a club by hostile tribesmen, only to awaken to taunts of the tribesmen's plan to torture him to death.





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    Warren Tuft’s artwork is fair. In addition to providing his usual fan service as a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. While tracking a safari on an archaeological expedition, Korak and a friendly tribal chief are ambushed by hostile tribesmen. The unsuspecting jungle boy is struck on the back of his head with a club. The youth wakes up only to be taunted by the tribesmen’s plan to torture them to death, until they are helped by a friendly elephant. In this s...

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