Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs for June 18, 2019


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    Gent  11 months ago

    Gee how nice. Forcing Hemu to risk his life again. Why don’t cha do it yourself, ya great big ape boy?

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    J Short Premium Member 11 months ago

    When Tarzan points, run the other way.

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    Polsixe  11 months ago

    Ouchie, you hurted my nose!

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    Ray*C  11 months ago

    I like the alliteration in the first panel. After the long run, Tarzan’s thews trembled terribly, while Tantor’s trunk turned toward Hemu. A little alliteration goes a long way, doesn’t it?

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    Old Comic Strip Lover  11 months ago

    If Hemu really wanted to get Tantor mad, he should have snuck up to him and tickled him.

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    favm  11 months ago

    Hemu, we need your DOB for the tombstone.

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    ChessPirate  11 months ago

    Tantor isn’t the only Dumbo in this story… ☺

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    sundogusa  11 months ago

    When I woke this morning the first thought in my mind was to find a rock and pitch it at Tantor, thus instigating a foot race I could not even possibly win. But here I am, right before breakfast, challenging Tantor to a race.

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    h.v.greenman  11 months ago

    While the African elephant can not actually run/gallop they can “speed walk” at speeds up to 15.5 MPH (40 Km per hour) but only for a maximum of about 1/4 mile (0.4 Km) before they need to rest.

    However their average walking pace (that they can hold for 3-4 hours at a time) is 4.5 MPH (7.25 Km per hour)

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    notnow  11 months ago

    Tarzan’s view of elephants: Bet you can’t kill just one.

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    ScottHolman  11 months ago

    It’s not recommended to boink an elephant with a rock, especially on the proboscis, as this tends to make them disgruntled, even cranky.

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