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Tarzan: The Joe Kubert Years, Vol. 2 (Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan: Comics Kubert 2)

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Few artists can capture the visceral action sequences and the dynamic human form like Joe Kubert. This text collects issues 215-224 of Joe Kubert's classic Tarzan series, all inspired by Burrough's classic tale.
Hardcover, 206 pages
Published April 11th 2006 by Dark Horse Comics
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Reprints Tarzan #215-224. Tarzan lives in the jungles of Africa and is reunited with Jane. This collection contains random Tarzan adventures and an adaptation of The Return of Tarzan. Kubert's Tarzan is the classic interpretation of the character and if you like the Tarzan stories, you would like the comic. The individual stories are good, but the adaptation of a full length story like The Return of Tarzan issues did help give the title direction.
Volume two is more outlandish...Tarzan gets into all manner of scrapes in darkest Africa. He also learns French and English, travels in Europe and America. He duels in Paris, discovers the City of Gold, and deals out some jungle justice. best of the volumes.
Feb 12, 2013 Michael rated it really liked it
via NYPL - stories are fun, if predictable, adventure fare. Joe Kubert's a superlative artist, and his visceral illustrations and impeccable storytelling are perfect on every page.
I love Joe Kubert's illustrations and the way he draws Jane is the way I draw Catherine, so I need to add this to my collection by very early 2011.
Feb 03, 2011 Bitey rated it it was ok
Fight, Hidden City, Damsel In Distress, Fight- rinse, repeat.
Nov 08, 2008 Me rated it it was ok
Not any better, hate Tarzan maybe even more...
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Joe Kubert was a Jewish-American comic book artist who went on to found the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art. He is best known for his work on the DC Comics characters Sgt. Rock and Hawkman. His sons, Andy Kubert and Adam Kubert, have themselves become successful comic-book artists.

Kubert's other creations include the comic books Tor, Son of Sinbad, and Viking Prince, and, with writer
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