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Korak, Son of Tarzan (1964) - #10
"When the Rhino Charged"
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Cover Date: September 1965
Cover Price: US $ 0.12

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Korak and Pahkut stumble upon a hidden valley containing a village of marble igloos. The valley only has one passable entrance. But before they go in, Pahkut is shot in the head by the outlaw Shenzi, and Korak attacks his band, puts them to flight, and breaks Shenzi’s arm. He then carries the ape down into the valley, where a mysterious “Memsahib” is the tribal leader. A small white girl meets him and leads him to her mother, who is actually a doctoress. Three years before, Shenzi had killed her husband while they were on a scientific expedition, and she and her little girl were adopted by the valley tribe. She determines that Pahkut’s skull deflected the bullet, but he has a severe concussion. At Korak’s request, she sends a squad of warriors to reinforce the valley entrance. Korak decides to go out and do some scouting on his own, and meets the wild black rhino of the valley, from which he escapes into the trees. When the outlaws attack the village, Susan shows movies of a wild rhino against the rock wall of the ravine, and the enemy think it is magic. They flee. Then they run headlong into the real black rhino of the valley, and decide to abandon their attack after Shenzi is impaled on its horn.

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Golden Comics Digest (1969) #9
Korak, Son of Tarzan (2013) HC vol. 02

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