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That was in one of the novels. I forget which. I read them 55 years ago. I tried rereading the Return of Tarzan but there was stuff in it I didn’t want to deal with. I think a comment of mine was removed, here, when i said what that was before. Let’s just say ERB was a man of his times. Anyway, I really LIKE this sequence where he and the lion are pals. Much better than him stabbing big cats to death.
it’s not only too big, it’s coming from a weird angle that makes it appear that Tracy’s arm has been cut off and laid on his shoulder. . .I enjoy the strip but it is pretty slow sometimes. And can be murky. that last sequence with the old hippy commune and so on—rather muddled storytelling.
yeah spoor is technically droppings, but the term came to more generally mean “a trail left by something or someone being tracked”.
I hope Tarzan gives them hell for wanting to kill a gorilla for sport. (No really good reason to ever kill a gorilla. They’re benign, rather intelligent creatures.)
I’d love to see Tarzan take on some of today’s African poachers and the creeps who shoot “big game” animals for so-called “sport”. Be fine with me if he took them down by breaking their necks.
this whole episode has some good messages: circuses often mistreat animals, big animals shouldn’t be caged anyway, and animals are more sensitive and intelligent than we give them credit for, especially the great apes. The ape, of course, isn’t likely to have killed anyone. Tarzan will figure out who did it, I would guess.
CBC does cover the usa. But I doubt that’s what the artist was intending.
he knows about reporters, just not that kind so much. They can rush up and surprise you too.
not that kind.
You guys are just about ruining this strip with criticisms? Why bother to read it?