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Almost Gone! Hightly Recommended. This 100th issue in the new series, expanded to 164 pages and featuring full-color interior pages for the first time, presents front cover art by Michael Wm. Kaluta created especially for the journal, as well as unique art by Neal Adams on the back cover. Articles on Tarzan’s Africa, Mars, Venus, Pellucidar, the lost island of Caspak, the medieval England of the Outlaw of Torn, the “Mad King’s” Europe just before World War I, and Arizona at the time of Burroughs’ stint in the 7th U.S. Cavalry in the 1890s. Articles by fans and professional writers, artists, scientists, and publishers show how influential Burroughs remains to this day. Burroughs Bibliophiles, 2021. Out of print.

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This 100th issue in the new series, expanded to 164 pages and featuring full-color interior pages for the first time, presents front cover art by Michael Wm. Kaluta created especially for the journal, as well as unique art by Neal Adams on the back cover. Articles on Tarzan’s Africa, Mars, Venus, Pellucidar, the lost island of Caspak, the medieval England of the Outlaw of Torn, the “Mad King’s” Europe just before World War I, and Arizona at the time of Burroughs’ stint in the 7th U.S. Cavalry in the 1890s. Articles by fans and professional writers, artists, scientists, and publishers show how influential Burroughs remains to this day.

Read how Tarzan inspired a world-renowned conservationist, author Will Murray put Tarzan on Mars, Joe R. Lansdale completed the unfinished Tarzan manuscript, and artist Richard Hescox created iconic cover art for the Venus novels.

Here is Richard A. Lupoff’s “Lost Chapter” to his groundbreaking book Edgar Rice Burroughs: Master of Adventure, an interview with artist Neal Adams, and news on the latest publishing endeavors by ERB, Inc.

Added to all this are over 40 pieces of art by fans and professionals, both favorites from the past and new work, by Joe Jusko, Frank Cho, Richard Hescox, Bob Lubbers, Jamie Chase, Uwe Reber, and many more.

The Burroughs Bulletin #100-102 is a celebration of the imagination of Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan of the Apes and John Carter of Mars, and a milestone in the publishing history of The Burroughs Bibliophiles, the nonprofit literary society dedicated to Burroughs and his works.  First appearing in 1947, The Burroughs Bulletin is the only fan publication personally approved by Burroughs, who also approved a fan organization, which was founded in 1960 as The Burroughs Bibliophiles.

Brief nudity. Besides the Bibliophiles themselves, we may be the only source for this special issue.

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