Live on Kickstarter: Jane Porter® and the City of Fire Graphic Novel Campaign

Become a Backer of the Jane Porter and the City of Fire Kickstarter Today!

It’s Tarzan’s Jane Porter as you’ve never seen her before, starring in the first-ever graphic novel published by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.! Jane Porter and the City of Fire is an all-new canonical graphic novel now funding through Kickstarter, and it’s only on Kickstarter that you’ll find an incredible assortment of variant covers and Jane Porter collectibles available nowhere else! This pulse-pounding tale follows the successful Jane Porter: The Primordial Peril one-shot comic published by ERB, Inc., in 2021.

Backers to the campaign will be able to choose between two cover variants: one by graphic novel artist Miriana Puglia and the other by Alessandro Ranaldi, the illustrator of Beyond the Farthest Star: Warriors of Zandar. Also available is a third edition sporting a photo cover featuring Charlotte Kay as Jane Porter. This special variant will be an autographed and numbered edition, limited to the number of backers who add it to their rewards. In addition, backers will be able to get their hands on the very first Edgar Rice Burroughs Universe Timeline trading card, a postcard of the airship Favonia, a commemorative Jane Porter coin celebrating the centennial of ERB, Inc., and much more!

The Kickstarter campaign for Jane Porter and the City of Fire can be found at here. Join us in making history by helping to fund the production of the very first graphic novel published by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., and don’t forget: The editions of Jane Porter and the City of Fire that you’ll receive as rewards are exclusive to this campaign and will be offered nowhere else!


© Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Trademarks Jane Porter®, Tarzan®, Pellucidar®, At the Earth’s Core®, and Beyond the Farthest Star™ Owned by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. Associated logos, characters, names, and the distinctive likenesses thereof are trademarks or registered trademarks of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.

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Now available: TARZAN®: THE NEW ADVENTURES graphic novel from Dark Horse!

ERB Online Tarzan Comic Strips Released in Hardcover Graphic Novel!

Previously available only to subscribers of the Edgar Rice Burroughs website, Tarzan: The New Adventures is at last available in print. This incarnation of the Jungle Lord is presented in Sunday newspaper landscape format with all-new stories penned by comics legend Roy Thomas (Conan the Barbarian, Avengers, X-Men) with stunning illustration by Thomas Grindberg—whose work stands alongside classic Tarzan illustrators such as Hal Foster, J. Allen St. John, and Frank Frazetta. No Tarzan comics collection is complete without Tarzan: The New Adventures.

Available now at Amazon, your local comic shop, and wherever books and comics are sold!

Coming Soon—Tarzan of the Apes: A Classic Adaptation
by Roy Thomas and Pablo Marcos

Presented in Sunday newspaper landscape format in a handsome hardcover edition, these adaptations of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ classic tales are scripted by comics legend Roy Thomas and illustrated by Pablo Marcos.

Releasing September 6, 2022 from Dark Horse Books.

Preorder now at Amazon, your local comic shop, and wherever books and comics are sold!

Also Available—I Am a Barbarian Deluxe Graphic Novel from Cedar Run Publications

I AM A BARBARIAN™, a deluxe print graphic novel collecting one of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.’s extensive number of online comic strips, is now in stock and available at cedarrunpublications.com. Housed in a custom gold-foil-imprinted, matte-gray-board slipcase, this stunningly beautiful edition contains 236 pages of action-packed comic strips with a glossy interior cover. Only 600 copies were printed; thus the book will quickly become a sought-after collectible. Order now!

© Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Tarzan®, Tarzan of the Apes™, I Am a Barbarian™, and Edgar Rice Burroughs® Owned by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.

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The Land that Time Forgot – Another New Comic Strip Launch

As a terror-ridden captive in an enemy submarine during World War I, Bowen Tyler’s exciting adventure really begins when he is deposited on the rocky shore of a monster-ridden lost world where time had stopped!

A journal is recovered from a thermos found on the coast of Greenland. The journal was written by Bowen J. Tyler, an American passenger on a ship sunk in the English Channel in 1916 by a German U-boat – the U-33. Bowen and a female survivor, Lys La Rue, had been rescued by a British tugboat which was also sunk. Its crew managed to capture the German submarine when it surfaced. Unfortunately, the remaining British ships continued to regard the U-boat as an enemy, and they are unable to bring it to port. Then, sabotage to their navigation equipment sends the U-33 astray in the South Atlantic.

Circumstances force the British and Germans to work together for survival. With its provisions poisoned by the saboteur, the U-33 is low on fuel when they spot a large island ringed by cliffs. Finding a fresh water subterranean passage, they follow it in the hope of replenishing their water supply. The U-boat surfaces in a tropical river teeming with primitive extinct creatures. Attacked, the U-33 re-submerges and travels further inland in search of safe harbor. Surfacing in a lake, they go ashore and are attacked by a horde of primitive beast-men. They are able to take a prisoner, Ahm – a Neanderthal, from whom they learn the native name for the island is Caspak.

Land That Time Forgot
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Bowen’s journal states, “I have experienced a cosmic cycle, with all its changes and evolutions for that which I have seen with my own eyes in this brief interval of time-things that no other mortal eye had seen before, glimpses of a world past, a world dead, a world so long dead that even in the lowest Cambrian stratum no trace of it remains.”

While on an exploration mission searching for food and water, Lys disappears. Bowen leaves the other survivors to find and rescue Lys, his new love interest. Reunited, they discover that the Germans have taken over the sub and departed, leaving them stranded in THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT.

See samples of all our comic strips at www.edgarriceburroughs.com/comics and subscribe for only $1.99 per month and enjoy our ongoing sagas. More comic strips to come!

TARZAN OF THE APES (TM) by Roy Thomas and Tom Grindberg
THE NEW ADVENTURES OF TARZAN (TM) by Roy Thomas and Tom Grindberg
CARSON OF VENUS (TM) by Martin Powell, Thomas Floyd, and Diana Leto
THE ETERNAL SAVAGE (TM) by Martin Powell and Steven E. Gordon
THE WAR CHIEF(TM) by Martin Powell and Nik Poliwko
THE CAVE GIRL (TM) by Martin Powell and Diana Leto (A Bi-Weekly)
PELLUCIDAR (TM) by Chuck Dixion and Tom Lyle
THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT (TM) by Martin Powell, Pablo Marcos and Oscar Gonzalez

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New Comic Launch – Tarzan of the Apes, A Classic Adaptation

“I had this story from one who had no business to tell it to me, or to any other.” With that opening line, Edgar Rice Burroughs’ story of an orphaned baby raised by apes in equatorial Africa created a cultural phenomenon over 100 years ago. Today, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. launches a new online comic strip to commemorate this classic story.

True to the book, the new TARZAN OF THE APES comic strip will be a classic adaptation of this universally known story of survival, self-reliance, romance and freedom from societal norms. Written by Roy Thomas, drawn by Pablo Marcos with coloring by Oscar Gonzalez, this strip will intrigue you.

In the novel, John Clayton was born in the western coastal jungles of equatorial Africa to a marooned couple from England, John Clayton Sr. [Lord Greystoke] and Alice Rutherford Clayton [Lady Greystoke]. After his parent’s death (Lord Greystoke is killed by the savage king-ape Kerchak) baby John is adopted by Kala, the fierce she-ape, who names him “TARZAN” meaning “white skin” in ape language. Raised to manhood by Kala who loved him dearly, baby TARZAN remains ignorant of his human heritage.

Tarzan of the Apes
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Deep in the wild African jungle, TARZAN learns survival secrets: how to talk with animals, swing through the trees, and fight against the powerful predators surrounding him. TARZAN grows to the strength and courage of his fellow apes. In time, his human intelligence promised TARZAN the kingship of the tribe. And, after a fight to the death with the king-ape Kerchak, TARZAN truly became Lord of the Jungle and King of the Apes.

Eventually, outsiders finally penetrate the jungle, bringing with them the wantonness of “civilized” greed and lust – but also the first white woman Tarzan had ever seen. Suddenly, Tarzan must choose between two worlds. Later, when asked how he came to be in this savage jungle, Tarzan replied, “I was born there. My mother was an ape, and of course she couldn’t tell me much about it. I never knew who my father was.”

Adventure and discovery await! View and read free samples at www.edgarriceburroughs.com/comics and then subscribe for just $1.99 per month to have access to all these fabulous new weekly comic strips of adventure and romance – all in vivid color by some of the grandmasters of comic strip production.

TARZAN OF THE APES (TM) by Roy Thomas and Tom Grindberg
THE NEW ADVENTURES OF TARZAN (TM) by Roy Thomas and Tom Grindberg
CARSON OF VENUS (TM) by Martin Powell, Thomas Floyd, and Diana Leto
THE ETERNAL SAVAGE (TM) by Martin Powell and Steven E. Gordon
THE WAR CHIEF(TM) by Martin Powell and Nik Poliwko
THE CAVE GIRL (TM) by Martin Powell and Diana Leto (A Bi-Weekly)
PELLUCIDAR (TM) by Chuck Dixion and Tom Lyle

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