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    Korak, Son of Tarzan #20

    Korak, Son of Tarzan » Korak, Son of Tarzan #20 - Demon of the River released by Gold Key on December 1, 1967.

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    A primitive society sentences Korak to death! Is this the end for the Lord of the Jungle's son?

    In the first story, after escaping a group of carnivorous white apes, he saves a girl from a band of Neanderthals, fights a jealous brute, and is wrongly accused of his murder. In the second story, he chases a monkey which has stolen his knife, bow, and arrows, leaving him to defeat a leopard unarmed and to save the monkey from a hungry eagle.

    In the first story, a helpless and unconscious jungle boy becomes the prize for a group of carnivorous white apes, who all find him too delicious-looking to share. Later in the story, wrongly sentenced to death, the youth is tied to a log and left on a riverbank to serve as a meal for a giant crocodile until he is rescued by a girl.

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    see http://www.erblist.com/erbmania/korak/gk20.html

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    Warren Tuft and Mike Royer’s artwork is pretty good. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress twice in one of the stories. In the first story, Korak is ambushed by a carnivorous white ape. The ape stuns the unsuspecting jungle boy by hurling a well-aimed rock at the back of his head. Fortunately, other carnivorous white apes find that the boy looks delicious too, and the original ape, not wanting to share him, carries the...

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