Tarzan - John Carter: Warlords of Mars (1996)


 
Writer: Bruce Jones, Simon Revelstroke
Artist: Bret Blevins
Cover Artist: Bret Blevins
Letterer: Michael Taylor
Colorist: Perry McNamee



 Writer: Bruce Jones
Cover Artist: Bret Blevins
Penciller: Bret Blevins
Inker: Mike Manley
Letterer: Michael Taylor
Colorist: Cary Porter


 
Writer: Bruce Jones
Artist: Ricardo Villagran
Cover Artist: Bret Blevins
Letterer: Michael Taylor
Colorist: Cary Porter



 Writer: Bruce Jones
Artist: Bret Blevins
Cover Artist: Bret Blevins
Letterer: Michael Taylor
Colorist: Cary Porter

 Tarzan/John Carter: Warlord of Mars #1 (of 4)

Tarzan of the Apes has fought every manner of man and beast. He has seen every kind of jungle -- from the darkest rain forests of Africa to the concrete jungle of New York -- and faced every kind of horror those diverse landscapes have to offer. But nothing has prepared him for the savage creatures that now surround him, when the Lord of the Jungle finds himself mysteriously transported to the planet Mars!

Publication Date: Jan 01, 1996

 Dark Horse Comics USA

 


 Tarzan/John Carter: Warlord of Mars #2 (of 4)

Earth is only a distant memory to John Carter, a memory he wants to keep distant. Mars is savage and brutal, but far more honest than the blue planet he left behind. If Carter allows Tarzan to return to his home planet, it could lead to an earthly invasion of Barsoom . . . an invasion which Carter fears his adopted home would be hard pressed to stave off. So, to ensure he never has to see Mars compromised by humans, Carter will see that Tarzan is buried six-feet under its surface.

Publication Date: Apr 01, 1996

 Dark Horse Comics USA

 


Tarzan/John Carter: Warlord of Mars #3 (of 4)

Tarzan's thoughts blaze with a single thought: find John Carter and kill him! But Tarzan's murderous fixation comes not from within, but instead from the hypnotic powers of the beautiful and deadly Martian assassin Purid-Mos. Should Tarzan succeed in killing the earthman John Carter, he will also destroy his only chance of returning to earth!

Publication Date: May 01, 1996

 Dark Horse Comics USA

 

 
 


Tarzan/John Carter: Warlord of Mars #4 (of 4)

Earth is only a distant memory to John Carter, a memory he wants to keep distant. Mars is savage and brutal, but far more honest than the blue planet he left behind. If Carter allows Tarzan to return to his home planet, it could lead to an earthly invasion of Barsoom . . . an invasion which Carter fears his adopted home would be hard pressed to stave off. So, to ensure he never has to see Mars compromised by humans, Carter will see that Tarzan is buried six-feet under its surface.

Publication Date: Jun 01, 1996

Dark Horse Comics USA


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