Monday, October 24, 2011

Martin Powell Takes Tarzan To The Earth's Core!

Tarzan © ERB, Inc. Artwork Tim Burgard
New Pulp author Martin Powell recently announced that he is writing the graphic novel of TARZAN AT THE EARTH'S CORE that will be illustrate by Tim Burgard, for Sequential Pulp/Dark Horse Comics.

The Tarzan At The Earrth's Core graphic novel is officially licensed and authorized by the estate of Edgar Rice Burroughs, and will be published as a special edition in celebration of the ape-man's 100th Anniversary in 2012. "Tarzan has always been at the top of my list for characters to write," Powell said on his blog. "And this is possibly the biggest project of my twenty-five year career. I honestly never thought I'd get this chance. Very special thanks to ERB, Inc. and Michael Hudson for making this possible."

For more on Martin Powell, visit http://martinpowell221bcom.blogspot.com/.
For more on Sequential Pulp Comics, visit http://www.sequentialpulpcomics.com/
For more on Dark Horse Comics, visit http://www.darkhorse.com/
For more on Tim Burgard, visit http://www.timburgardart.com/

3 comments:

  1. Am I the only person in the world who sees that Tarzan's left arm is WAY TOO LONG. Geez, is he Mr.Fantastic now?

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  2. I think that's just you, Captain. Are you seeing the lizard man's arm/hand holding the knife and thinking it's Tarzan? It's a beautiful piece of art, if you ask me...

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  3. Hmm...okay, now I see what you mean. Still, the composition shouldn't allow for that kind of illusion. He should have placed Tarzan's elsewhere so this illusion couldn't happen. I do like the art...save for that single element.

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