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THE WILD ADVENTURES OF KING KONG VS TARZAN

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THE WILD ADVENTURES OF KING KONG VS TARZAN

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Highly Recommended. By Will Murray. Art by Joe DeVito. Beast-God Versus Ape-Man. The year was 1933. Filmmaker Carl Denham had captured the stupendous monster he had dubbed "King" Kong. But that was only the beginning. Denham was determined to get the dethroned ruler of Skull Mountain Island back to America, and cash in on the greatest wild animal capture in human history. The saga of how Kong was taken in chains from his Indian Ocean kingdom to New York City has never been told. And how the Kong ends up in Tarzan's Africa! Get ready for a wild ride!

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Beast-God Versus Ape-Man. The year was 1933. Filmmaker Carl Denham had captured the stupendous monster he had dubbed "King" Kong. But that was only the beginning. Denham was determined to get the dethroned ruler of Skull Mountain Island back to America, and cash in on the greatest wild animal capture in human history. The saga of how Kong was taken in chains from his Indian Ocean kingdom to New York City has never been told. And how the Kong ends up in Tarzan's Africa! Get ready for a wild ride!

In order for the cargo freighter Wanderer to make the long transit to the Atlantic, she is forced to circumnavigate Africa—jungle home of the legendary Tarzan of the Apes! Here is the long-anticipated clash between the Monarch of Skull Island and Lord of the Jungle. When the largest anthropoid who ever lived encounters the savage superman raised by the great apes, will they make peace—or war?

Writer Will Murray really thought this one out, and it was years in the making. It actually fills in the original King Kong story, since we all know Kong ends up in New York City with the beautiful Fay Wray in his clutches. But here's the missing chapter, of how Kong takes a detour into Africa and totally disrupts the tranquil jungle of Tarzan and his beloved Waziri. With total respect for both characters, Murray (author of all the new Doc Savage novels, Tarzan: Return to Pal-Ul-Don, and the noted pulp history authority who writes the interludes in each and every Sanctum pulp reprint) tackles the meeting of the two mightiest jungle entities.

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Item Code KKVT
Publisher Altus
Publish Date 2016
Binding Soft Cover
Dimensions 6x9
# Pages 478pg
Color Text/b&w
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