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Tarzan Archives: The Jesse Marsh Years Volume 4 (Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan: Comics Marsh 4)

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In the late 1940s, Dell Publishing assembled a new comics team that would leave an indelible impression on millions of young readers. For the next nineteen years, Jesse Marsh - an "artist's artist" - and Gaylord DuBois created an absorbing jungle world for Edgar Rice Burroughs's most famous character. The realism and consistent quality in their collaboration remain influen ...more
Hardcover, 232 pages
Published December 1st 2009 by Dark Horse
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Volumes 3 and 4 are the best ones yet. DuBois and Marsh have clearly found their rhythm, their storytelling is now incredibly organic.

Part of the fun of these gorgeously produced volumes are the introductions. The three Los Bros Hernandez wrote the ones for the first three volumes, Richard Corben writes for number four:
"For as much as I have studied, copied, and traced these old comics, they must have had some influence on my own attitude and style of drawing and writing. Marsh's style is especi
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Gaylord McIlvaine Du Bois (as it appears on his baptism certificate), or DuBois (He signed it both ways: as two words, both capitalized; and as one word with a capital "B") (August 24, 1899 Winthrop, Massachusetts – October 20, 1993 Orange City, Florida) In his lifetime he wrote well over 3000 comic book stories and comic strips as well as Big Little Books and juvenile adventure novels.

An avid out
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