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The historical details above were obtained from the web site, Edgar Rice Burroughs: 1875 - 1950, compiled by Bill Hillman. This extremely comprehensive resource continues through and beyond Burroughs death on March 19, 1950, and includes much more detail than cited above. Our thanks to Bill Hillman for compiling this information, and apologies to the reader for only providing a glimpse of the incredibly diverse and varied life of Edgar Rice Burroughs.
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This site, run by exhausted scholar William G. Hillman, is described through its acronym,
C.H.A.S.E.R. (A Collector's Hypertexted and Annotated Storehouse of Encyclopedia Resources).
Here the visitor will find "…thematic, chronological, and alphabetical lists…" of every novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. From a list of Burroughs' pulps to photos of dust jackets, this is the perfect place to turn into an ERB Aficionado.
A site dedicated to those great institutions, the British Comic
and Story Paper.
COMIC TITLE SITES
Tarzan site: Bill Hillman displays many of the covers of the British Tarzan series.
THE FIRST MOVIE TARZAN
TARZAN - FROM MAGAZINE TO MOVIE *
Edgar Rice Burroughs began writing Tarzan of the Apes at 8 pm, December 1, 1911. The work was completed at 10:25 pm, May 14 of the following year. On June 11 he submitted the manuscript to All-Story magazine; June 26 he received $700 for it. Tarzan was published complete in the October issue with illustrations by Clinton Pettee.
On October 5 Burroughs submitted the story to A. C. McClurg & Co. for publication as a book; they declined. November 3 he submitted it to The Bobbs-Merrill Co., Reilly & Britton, and Dodd, Mead and Co. -- none would accept it. Between January 6 and February 27 of 1913 the Evening World Daily Magazine published an extremely popular serialization of the novel. May 23 Rand McNally turned it down. The following year, May 1, 1914, A. C. McClurg & Co. asked for the publication rights. It was released June 17 with the famous silhouette by Fred J. Arting on the dustjacket, $1.30 for the first edition with later reprints at 50 cents.
Burroughs had been exploring film production for Tarzan of the Apes ever since 1913 when a New York play broker had suggested it. After many rejections, he signed a personal contract with Chicago insurance salesman Bill Parsons, June 6, 1916, granting him the film rights for $5,000 in advance on royalties, plus $50,000 in common stock in the company Parsons would form to raise the money needed for production. By the end of the year Burroughs was Director General of Parsons' National Film Corporation of America.
* the source for most of the Edgar Rice Burroughs information is
Bill Hillman's ERB Lifelines BIO: 1910-1919
5. The Vikings in Pellucidar by Conrad H. Rupert, appeared in Science Fiction Digest Nov. 1932.
Also appears in Bill Hillman's Motes & Quotes XLIII.
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PELLUCIDAR GALLERY LINKS
Lord Greystoke's Gallery IV: At the Earth's Core ERBzine 0431
Lord Greystoke's Gallery V: Pellucidar ERBzine 0432
Lord Greystoke's Gallery III: Land of Terror & Savage Pellucidar ERBzine 0326
Lord Greystoke's Gallery IIIa (larger pictures) ERBzine 0326a
John Coleman Burroughs Pellucidar Gallery 1 ERBzine 0347
John Coleman Burroughs Pellucidar Gallery 2 ERBzine 0348
Lord Greystoke's British Gallery Bill Hillman's ERBzine 0281
Lord Greystoke's Asian Gallery: Pellucidar Bill Hillman's ERBzine 0323
ERB GALLERY LINKS
J. Allen St. John gallery by Bill Hillman
"Chattering From the Shoulder #5 by Nkima: Mahars" ERBzine 0305, 3-10-00
"Chattering From the Shoulder #7 by Nkima: At the Earth's Core Notebook" ERBzine 0308, 3-24-00
"Chattering From the Shoulder #9 by Nkima: Land of Terror: Questing in Mad Old Pellucidar" ERBzine 0324, 4-6-00
"Chattering From the Shoulder #10 by Nkima: Savage Pellucidar: A Romp In Merry Old Pellucidar" ERBzine 0325, 4-13-00
"Chattering From the Shoulder #20 by Nkima: Savage Pellucidar: Part 2" ERBzine 0453, 9-22-00
PELLUCIDAR COMICSThe story continues in Edgar Rice Burroughs Weird Worlds from DC comics. The Pellucidar story ran in this series for 7 issues from Sept, 1972 to Sept, 1973. Each contains both a Pellucidar and Barsoom story which continues to the next issue. The first 3 were written by Len Wein with art by Alan Lee Weiss. Issue #4 was written by Danny O'Neil with art by Michael Wm Kaluta. The remaining issues were also written by Danny O'Neil but the Artist was Dan Green. These continue the adaptations of the first two books which began in Korak #46 (see above) and follow the original story almost perfectly, even so, the story seems poorly developed and lacks suspense. Check out Bill Hillman's Weird Worlds cover gallery.
With issue #60 of Korak in 11-12-75, the title changed to Tarzan Family Giant. This comic contains Tarzan: Escape from Pellucidar. Issue #66 in 11-12-76, again as Tarzan Family Giant, has the story Pellucidar: The Amulet, the Power, and the Hero. Marvel's Tarzan Lord of the Jungle ran a story called Tarzan: Blood Money and Human Bondage which took the apeman to Pellucidar in issues #17-22 (Oct 78 to Mar 79). The comics were by Buscema & Janson. Check out Bill Hillman's Comics Gallery for more cover pictures.
HOLLOW EARTH THEORIES
Essays on Pellucidar sources
An Earth's Core Notebook--Chattering From the Shoulder of Nkima #7 by David Adams, ERBzin-e #308 March, 2000
AUTHORS: EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS
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ERBzin-e WEEKLY ONLINE FANZINE
ERB C.H.A.S.E.R. Encyclopedia
Bill and Sue-On Hillman have put together an extensive Web site cataloging their ERBzine, a weekly online fanzine about Edgar
Rice Burroughs, and ERB-related sources.
This Ring is made up of people fascinated in the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs, the man who created such characters as Tarzan, John Carter of Mars, and many others. This includes not just his plethora of writings, but also other media that has been inspired by his writings such as film, television, and comic books.
A Collector's Hypertexted and Annotated Storehouse of ERB Resources (by an Exhausted Scholar) William G. Hillman. Our ERB CHASER site features thematic, Chronological and alphabetical lists, 1st Ed. DJs, interior art, pulp covers, e-texts, commentaries for the ERB
Huck's Original Barsoom Glossary & Gazetteer:
Welcome to Huck's Original Barsoom Glossary and Gazetteer by J.G. Huckenpöhler - a comprehensivestudy of places, people and things found in the 11 Mars novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs
David Adams: Chattering with Nkima
David Arthur Adams is one of the preeminent ERB scholar-writers of the present age. Adams brings a unique blend of scholarship and poetic telling to his articles that make them both valuable pieces of research and engaging tales in their own right. His internet persona for his regular ERBzin-e feature is Nkima after Tarzan’s monkey companion featured in ERB’s novels and the Tarzan comics.
My Father, Elmo Lincoln:
Marci'a Lincoln Rudolph, daughter of the first movie Tarzan (1918), pays a loving tribute to Elmo
Lincoln, in which she shares anecdotes, memories and photos.
ERBzine 0340: Dave Hoover's Fantastic Worlds of ERB
Although illustrating the worlds of ERB is an ongoing passion, Dave Hoover has worked as an animator for countless cartoon series for most of the major Hollywood animation studios: Tarzan, He-Man, She-Ra Princess of Power, Flash Gordon, The Lone Ranger, Smurfs, Frazetta projects, etc.
ALL-GORY PULP PARODY: RATNAZ FILES by JoN & Tangor
ALL-GORY PULP PARODY MAGAZINE Invites You to Explore The Moons of Uranus ~~ Open the RATNAZ FILES and discover the whacky Worlds of Edgar Nyce as he Burrows to countless exciting adventures in his marvelous Earth Ship: The Pellucifar ~~ Travel through space and time and follow the tribulations of a traditional pulp author as he flounders in the fast lane of our modern electronic age.
ERBzine: A WEEKLY INTERNET FANZINE DEVOTED TO THE LIFE
Bill Hillman's ERBzine: the Web's first & only weekly fanzine devoted to the life & works of Edgar Rice Burroughs. The first 100 issues in this series appeared under the title ERB: Motes & Quotes. ERBzine and Motes & Quotes are fanzines with a difference: They are weekly, free, non-profit & back issues are all archived for reference - and they keep growing. A new issue released every Friday.
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS: ONLINE BIOGRAPHY by Bill Hillman
The ERB Chrono-Log Life Line features biographic & bibliographic information collated in chronological order by Bill Hillman. Hypertexted dates, titles, & events are linked to e-text PD novels, articles, poetry, sounds, artwork, photographs, memorabilia, fan pages, and bibliographic & reference information.
DEJAH'S AMAZING AMTORIAN GARDENS
Princess Dejah (Sue-On Hillman) invites you to stroll through her lush Amtorian Gardens and to identify some of the many shapes of Barsoomian creatures, places and things which are hidden there.
ERB COMICS & COLLECTIBLES EMPORIUM
Bill Hillman invites you a virtual tour - a "let's pretend stroll" through an on-line repository of ERB-related comics and collectibles. Our Galleries are a little cluttered and unorganized... but everything here is FREE.
ERB ILLUSTRATED BIBLIOGRAPHY by Bill Hillman
A mammoth collection of cover and interior art illustrating the many editions of the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs. The site is composed of Art Galleries showcasing each year from 1911 to 1950. Collated by the dates written by ERB.
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS: MOTES & QUOTES
Tribute to ERB featuring many CyberRooms: WWII Correspondent, Fan Fiction, ERB Poetry, Quotes by & about, Personal Vignettes, ERB The Man, Tarzana Ranch, ERBabes quotes, Trivia, Radio's Golden Age, Academia...
ERB: A CHRONOLOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE HILLMAN COLLEC
Personal Chronological Bibliography of ERB books in the Hillman library. Also included are quotes,
links to related sites and descriptions of other related ERB items in the collection. This ERB site is just
one of the CyberRooms featured in the Bill and Sue-On Eclectic Studio at
XENITE.ORG GUIDE TO ERB DISCUSSION ON THE WEB
11.Edgar Rice Burroughs: Motes and Quotes
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Extractions: We are in the process of expanding our Personal Vignettes section and we welcome input from anyone interested in ERB i.e. what first sparked your interest in the characters and worlds created by this writer, unusual vignettes from your past, unusual items in your collection, and YOUR FAVOURITE: book, series, character, place, movie, actor, actress, movie scene, artist, comic, imitator, pastiche...whatever. Pictures of yourself and your collection are also welcome.
25.Hillman ERB Cosmos: Edgar Rice Burroughs Tribute Sites
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS A COMPLETE MAP TO BILL HILLMAN'SERB-ENCYCLO... Part 1: ERBzin-e Archive. Edgar RiceBurroughs still lives. This Week'sFeatures ERBzine Weekly more hits from: ... ...
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Links on The Internet About Edgar Rice Burroughs and His Work
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ERBzine 106: Compendium T8-5 - Illustrated Publishing History "The master of imaginative fantasy adventure... ...the creator of Tarzan and... ERB COMPENDIUM T8-5 TARZAN THE TERRIBLE A Selected Publishing History with Illustrations Argosy February 26, 192: Episode 3 of 7 Argosy All-Story Weekly - Seven Installments... http://www.erbzine.com/mag1/0106.html
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