Tarzan #232 - Joe Kubert art & cover, Alex Nino, Nestor Redondo art, Russ Manning reprint

Tarzan v1 #232 dc comic book cover art by Joe Kubert
Joe Kubert
Tarzan v1 #232, 1974 - Continuing the adaptation of "Tarzan and the Lion Man", Joe Kubert continues his seasoned artistry starting with a daring two-page spread. His frenetic drawings are accompanied by a vivid splash page, revealing the story's antagonist in a stunningly grotesque portrait. In Alex Nino's back-up feature, Korak saves a girl from a sacrificial rite in the jungle, just as a prehistoric creature emerges. Fluid and exquisite, the artwork culminates in the boy's fight with the tiger-beast (see interior page below). Perfectly paced and composed, Nino delivers one of his best bronze age works. Russ Manning's lengthy and excellent Tarzan adventure is reprinted from 1960s newspaper strips, recomposed for the comic book format. Lastly, a single page features drawings by several filipino artists, including Nino, Nestor Redondo and Alfredo Alcala. Other artists in this issue include Carmine Infantino and Gil Kane. This is number 2 of 4 Tarzan issues with Nino art and/or covers.
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Kubert cover pencils and inks = ***
Kubert table of contents pencils and inks 1 page = ***
"Tarzan and the Lion Man pt.2" Kubert story pencils and inks 18 pages = ***
"The Pit of Darkness" Nino story pencils and inks 8 pages = *****
Tarzan Drawn by Philippine Artists" Nino pencils and inks 1 panel = ***
"Tarzan Drawn by Philippine Artists" Redondo pencils and inks 1 panel = ***
"Tarzan and the Monkey Men" Manning story pencils and inks 18 pages (1st time in comic book format) = ***

Tarzan v1 #232 dc comic book Korak page art by Alex Nino
Alex Nino
Joe Kubert
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