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4.2 stars

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Paradise Seekers 0

Russ Manning’s artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress twice in this story. Attacked by a group of trained lions, Korak is knocked out while attempting to prevent the taking of a little girl. Then, while trying to rescue the rest of the party, who are captured in a city of madmen, the boy is detected by a parrot, captured by the lion sentries, and thrown into a den of lions. In this story, Korak c...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

And Killer Shall Be His Name 0

Dan Spiegle’s artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. While in London, inquiring after an ape he saw in a show, the child Korak encounters Tarzan’s old enemy, who attempts to choke him to death. The ape rescues the boy by killing the villain. In this story, Korak comes across as an impetuous boy looking for adventure. Although his own strength, agility, and intelligence is underdeve...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Lord of the Volcano 0

Dan Spiegle, Bill Ziegler, and Rick Hoppe’s artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. While Korak investigates along the rim of an active volcano, the ground around his foot crumbles. Fortunately, Tarzan rescues the boy by grabbing his arm and helping him back from the brink. In this story, Korak comes across as a handsome boy scout in a leather loincloth. He has a good heart that pro...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Nemesis Tree 0

Dan Spiegle’s artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress several times in this story. First, while chasing a mysterious murderer in black, Korak is struck and knocked on his rear, allowing the killer to escape. Next, the mysterious murderer in black misses hitting Korak with a spear but succeeds in avoiding the boy’s tackle, managing to escape again. Finally, the mysterious murderer in black, having ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Operation Janus 0

Dan Spiegle's artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. While spying on a plastic surgeon who changes the faces of wanted criminals, Korak is discovered by the doctor’s faceless henchman, who applies a bear-hug hold on the boy. Unable to break the hold himself, our hero yells for help from the jungle, bringing out an obliging lion who forces the henchman to release the youth and run a...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Last Laugh 0

Dan Spiegle's artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. Locked in a prison cell with the comedian he was sent to find, Korak is sent to a gauntlet, where he faces an alligator without a knife, a corridor of spears, and a trick floor over a pit of spikes. In this two-part story, Korak comes across as a handsome boy scout in a leather loincloth. He has a good heart that propels him into...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Last Laugh 0

Dan Spiegle's artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. While investigating the disappearance of a comic film star, Korak is taken prisoner by soldiers of an intensely xenophobic town. With his hands tied behind his back, our hero is thrown into a prison cell. There he discovers the comedian, who promptly unties the boy. In this two-part story, Korak comes across as a handsome boy sc...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Town That Hated Tarzan 0

Dan Spiegle's artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. Korak is jumped by an imposter Tarzan and placed in a stranglehold but manages to fight himself free. The imposter leads our unsuspecting hero to where he is hiding his stash of protection money. However, when the boy looks to make sure, he is pushed into a hidden pit with a hungry tiger. Our hero manages to free himself with the...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Insidious Mr. Shaark 0

Dan Spiegle's artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. Facing off with a phantom bowman, Korak is sent reeling backwards from a slap from the back of his adversary’s open hand. While the boy lays on his side and vulnerable, the gambling casino owner recalls the phantom with a warning. In this two-part story, Korak comes across as a handsome boy scout in a leather loincloth. He has a ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Bowmen of New Lothar 0

Will Meugniot and Rick Hoppe's artwork is good. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. After rescuing a captured mermaid and returning her to the sea, Korak is wounded while he successfully fights off an attempt by a group of angry fishermen to recapture her. In this two-part story, Korak comes across as his usual handsome boy scout in a leather loincloth. He has a good heart that propels him into action,...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Nine Lives of the Cat 0

Pat Boyette's artwork is fair. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress several times in this story. Korak barely avoids being hit by a flying axe and a gunshot. While wrestling the shooter, the boy is almost killed by his own knife. Fortunately, the knife breaks on his new amulet. Korak then survives a panther attack without his knife, a falling tree, and a knife-wielding native, before dodging a speeding truck. In this ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Night of the Leopard Men 0

Dan Spiegle's artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. While waiting to ambush the Leopard Men, Korak is knocked unconscious by his intended quarry. The boy is dragged to their cavernous hideout. His hands are tied, and he is hung from a hook, while being interrogated for the whereabouts of Tarzan, until he manages to escape. In this two-part story, Korak comes across as a handsome b...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Korak GK43 0

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 fishing alone in the ocean in a canoe, Korak encounters Arab slavers in a sailboat. Trying to escape, the jungle boy is shot by a bullet, which luckily only grazed his head, rendering him unconscious. The slavers bring the youth aboard to be sold as a slave. In this story, Korak comes across as a handsome boy sc...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Korak GK41 0

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 investigating the disappearance of a baby ape, Korak confronts some suspicious, white traders and their native warehousemen by himself. With nobody there to watch his back, the overconfident jungle boy somehow lets a pair of warehousemen sneak up on him and place a large, wooden crate over his head, from which h...

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Korak GK39 0

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. After rescuing a native girl, Korak sends the outlaws on their way but turns his attention away from them a little too soon. An outlaw shoots the jungle boy from a distance, luckily only grazing his head, but blinding him temporarily. The native girl helps the youth back up and leads him away to recover. In this story...

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Korak GK37 0

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 engaging in a heated argument with Korak over his being named regent for a new, young ruler, the mullah missteps and plunges off a mountain to his death. Accused of pushing the mullah, the bewildered jungle boy is arrested for his murder. The youth is tied to a chair in the throne room to await trial, until he i...

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Korak GK36 0

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. Korak is tracked to a stream by a vengeful ape who has recently been embarrassed by the youth. While the unsuspecting jungle boy is drinking from the stream, the ape hits him in the back of the head with a rock, rendering him unconscious. The youth is discovered by a girl and rescued by her father’s loyal men. In this...

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Korak GK35 0

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 attempting to rescue his ape friend Akut from a cage, Korak is discovered by slave traders. The insufficiently stealthy jungle boy is shot by a bullet, which luckily only grazed his head, rendering him unconscious. The slave traders put the youth in a cage to be sold as a slave. In this story, Korak comes across...

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Korak GK34 0

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 investigating a village inside a volcano with a friend flying on a giant eagle, Korak misjudges the height they are flying. The trio crash lands, rendering the jungle boy and his friend unconscious. An army of tiny men tie the pair to two stretchers and miniaturizes them. In this story, Korak comes across as a h...

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Korak GK33 0

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 three times in this story. While pursuing an evil witch doctor who has kidnapped the son of a friendly tribal chief, Korak is hypnotized by a mirror shining sunlight into his eyes. Imagining a variety of strange animals attacking him, the mesmerized jungle boy feints from the disorientation. Awakened by a little monkey friend, the y...

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Korak GK32 0

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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Korak GK29 0

Dan Spiegle’s artwork is pretty 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 one of the stories. In the first story, while investigating a tribe of destructive men with stun sticks, Korak swims to their base on an island in a lake. While swimming, the unsuspecting jungle boy is stunned unconscious by an electric eel. The tribe rescues the drowning youth for the purpose of torturing him to death with the...

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Korak GK28 0

Dan Spiegle’s artwork is pretty 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. Sleeping in a strange island without taking turns on guard, Korak and his friend Ahkut awake to find themselves surrounded by an army of miniature men. The men shoot multiple, tiny poisonous arrows into the pair’s legs, numbing them and rendering them unuseable. The miniature men sentence them to their choice of bei...

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Korak GK25 0

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. Armed only with a knife, Korak follows the terrified cries of his friends until he encounters a giant spider. Shooting its web, the spider quickly wraps up the bewildered jungle boy tightly like a package awaiting delivery. The spider then carries the youth to a quarry, where he is expected to work as a slave. In this...

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Korak GK24 0

Dan Spiegle’s artwork is pretty 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. To save a friend, Korak attacks a giant, prehistoric tiger. In the ensuing fight, both the tiger and the jungle boy hurtle over a cliff. However, the friend grabs the youth’s ankle, saving him from the fall. In this story, Korak comes across as a handsome boy scout in a leopard-skin loincloth. He has a good heart th...

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Korak GK23 0

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 in this story. Korak investigates a witch doctor’s hut with his troublesome friend N’kima. N’kima accidentally trips a booby trap which blows knockout gas into the jungle boy’s face. The youth is unconscious and vulnerable to the returning witch doctor, who intends to stab the boy to death. In this story, Korak comes across as a handsome boy sco...

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Korak GK22 0

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 in this story. Investigating a train designed to look like a dragon, Korak follows too closely. The curious jungle boy is knocked unconscious by falling debris caused by the train’s motion. Soldiers emerge from the train, take the youth prisoner, return to the train, tie him to a chair, and demand that he lead them to a giant, lion-shaped meteor...

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Korak GK21 0

Russ Manning’s artwork is outstanding. 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 and his ape friend Ahkut are spotted by a group of aliens. Ahkut and then the jungle boy are shot with paralyzing beams. They are carried into the alien ship and flown to an alien planet. Later in the story, Korak returns to Earth with Ahkut in the alien ship. The jungle boy is knocked unc...

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Korak GK20 0

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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Korak GK19 0

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 this story. While accompanying a girl he saved from a crashed plane, Korak encounters a band of pygmies riding pygmy elephants. Surrounded, the trapped jungle boy and his companion surrender. With each wrist being held by the trunks of two pygmy elephants, the youth is led to a beautiful queen who believes that he is the reincarnation of her lost l...

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Korak GK16 0

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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GK Tarzan 158 0

Russ Manning's artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress twice in this story. While enjoying the companionship of the beautiful Meriem, whom he saved from an Arab slave trader years ago, Korak is attacked in the jungle by a group of tribesmen. The jungle boy is wounded in the shoulder by a spear. While Meriem is taken away, he lies unconscious and defenseless against the tribesmen’s murderous plans ...

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Korak GK14 0

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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Korak GK11 0

Russ Manning's artwork is outstanding. 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 second story, Korak impetuously leads a group of ant men in an effort to prevent the looting of their treasure vaults by La, her Oparians, and some arms dealers. The careless jungle boy is shot by a bullet, which luckily only grazed his head, rendering him unconscious. He is carried away by the fleeing Oparians bu...

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Korak GK9 0

Russ Manning's artwork is outstanding. In addition to providing his usual fan service by being a walking shirtless scene, Korak becomes a dude in distress in this story. Along with Pahkut and a group of thirsty geologists he is guiding through the desert, Korak is lured into a sandpit by some villagers. Ambushed along with the rest of the group, the gullible jungle boy is knocked unconscious by one of the villagers, slamming a rifle into his chin. He is pulled into a shelter by Pahkut and the re...

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Korak GK6 0

Russ Manning's artwork is outstanding. 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 second story, armed only with a knife, Korak attempts to rescue a friend from a giant octopus. The impetuous jungle boy finds himself wrapped in the octopus’ embrace as well. He is almost out of oxygen until he is rescued by a friendly dolphin. In both stories, Korak comes across as a handsome boy scout in a leopa...

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Korak GK5 0

Russ Manning's artwork is outstanding. 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 and the ape Pahkut are ambushed by a pair of dwarves whom they rescued from the river. The dwarves jump onto the backs of the necks of their startled rescuers and slap their unwilling hosts’ faces repeatedly with their poisoned rings until the jungle boy and the ape submit. The youth and h...

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Korak GK4 0

Russ Manning's artwork is outstanding. 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 following a nurse who is stealing medical supplies at night, Korak is ambushed by a witchdoctor. The witchdoctor strikes the unsuspecting jungle boy on the back of his head with his staff. He wakes up soon afterwards to continue his pursuit. In both stories, Korak comes across as a handsome boy ...

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Korak GK3 0

Russ Manning's artwork is outstanding. 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 second story, while attempting to free a captive baby elephant at night, Korak is discovered by the tribe which captured it. The tribesmen rush the insufficiently stealthy jungle boy with a net. He is subdued, tied up, and forced to survive a gauntlet of armed warriors and wild animals. In both stories, Korak come...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Korak GK2 0

Russ Manning's artwork is outstanding. 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 second story, after rescuing a buffalo, Korak is ambushed by a group of tribesmen. While passing under a tree, a net falls upon the unsuspecting jungle boy. He is subdued, tied up, brought before the old queen to marry one of her daughters, and is placed in a small cage, until the buffalo rescues him by having his...

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