Horror movies, horror movie reviews, interviews, fiction reviews and more... Horror of Buried.com
Horror movies, horror movie reviews, interviews, fiction reviews and more... Horror of Buried.com
Horror movies, horror movie reviews, interviews, fiction reviews and more... Horror of Buried.com
Horror movies, horror movie reviews, interviews, fiction reviews and more... Horror of Buried.com
Horror movies, horror movie reviews, interviews, fiction reviews and more... Horror of Buried.com
Horror Movie Reviews | Horror Fiction Reviews | Horror Interviews | Horror Movie Trailers | Horror Movies Database
12.08.2016
Tarzan the Warrior (1991)
Fiction Review by The Gravedigger
11.18.08

Tarzan the Warrior (1991) TARZAN THE WARRIOR (1991) This five-part comic book series from Malibu Comics presents the Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan and successfully transplants him to the modern age. He and his wife Jane have not aged in over a hundred years. The series also explains as to why Tarzan was always able to find those "Lost Cities" and "Lost Lands" in Africa when no one else could. He is able to "sense" them.

The story starts in Baltimore, where they are trying to save the life of a Great Ape that was hit by a car. They aren't able to save the creature and return home--but are pulled through a "rift" in time and space by an alien craft that is damaged. They then find themselves in a version of the future, where the city is in ruins and taken over by jungle. Of course Tarzan much prefers this but Jane wants to get back to civilization. With the help of the alien pilot they try to get back to the right time period but then find themselves in the past where they encounter a tribe of Ape-like creatures living among Mammoths and sabertoothed tigers.

there's also a parallel story, which the comic cuts back and forth to, to the present in which an old man is kidnapped by a Tarzan look-alike, who is convinced that this old man is Tarzan and that he's his father. He takes him back to Africa, to Tarzan's derelict plantation, and wants to force him to admit that he is his father.

The two stories eventually converge into a satisfying conclusion--and adds to the Tarzan mythos.


Read it? Rate it
Rating: 0.0 out of 10.0 - 0 votes cast total
buy horror book del.icio.us  |  digg  |  reddit

» BACK TO HORROR FICTION REVIEWS LIST
buy horror book


HORROR FICTION REVIEWS
923 total
Fiction Review Search:


HORROR FICTION REVIEW CATEGORIES
Horror Fiction A
Horror Fiction B
Horror Fiction C
Horror Fiction D
Horror Fiction E
Horror Fiction F
Horror Fiction G
Horror Fiction H
Horror Fiction I
Horror Fiction J
Horror Fiction K
Horror Fiction L
Horror Fiction M
Horror Fiction N
Horror Fiction O
Horror Fiction P
Horror Fiction Q
Horror Fiction R
Horror Fiction S
Horror Fiction T
Horror Fiction U
Horror Fiction V
Horror Fiction W
Horror Fiction X
Horror Fiction Y
Horror Fiction Z
Horror Fiction #
Recent Horror Fiction Reviews
Horror.net
Horror Search Engine and Directory
Buried.com
Horror movies horror fiction and more
Samhain
Halloween Search Engine and Directory
Haunted Houses
Directory of Haunted Houses & Attractions
Horror Movies
Horror and Sci-Fi Movies Database
Scream Queens
The Hottest Actresses In Horror Movies
Crypt Crawl
Horror and Halloween Directory
First Fright
Horror Press Releases & Horror News
FrightMaster
Your Horror Guide and Shopping
Horror Video Games Sites  ::  Mortal Kombat  -  MK Video Games & Movies Coverage  -  Mortal Kombat Nightmares  -  Welcome To Our World of Mortal Kombat
Buried.com | Everything That Is Horror | Horror Movies, Horror Fiction, Movie Trailers, Interviews & More Since 1998 | Part of the Horror.net Horror Network
Horror Movies, Horror Movie Reviews, Horror Movie Trailers, Horror Fiction, Horror Fiction Reviews, Horror Interviews, Horror Press, Horror Forums
Copyright © 1998- Horror.net :: The Web's Deadliest Horror Network. Property of GlassPlanet Design. Web Hosting by GlassPlanet