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    Korak, Son of Tarzan #32

    Korak, Son of Tarzan » Korak, Son of Tarzan #32 - The Lamps of Allah-Ed-Din released by Gold Key on December 1, 1969.

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    When there's trouble in the Tibesti, there's only one boy for the job, and that's Tarzan's boy!

    In this story, Korak saves a girl from a crashed plane, is captured in an underground cavern, find the girl’s brother, and leads them both back to civilization.

    Surrounded by a group of guards armed with swords and lances, the jungle boy and his companion surrender, and, at swordpoint, the youth is taken to work in the mines.

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    Dan Spiegle’s artwork is very good in this issue. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. While accompanying a girl he saved from a crashed plane in a desert, Korak encounters an underground city. After battling two of the guards, reinforcements arrive, and the surrounded jungle boy and his companion surrender. At swordpoint, the youth is taken to work in the mines. In this story, Korak comes across as a h...

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