Official Edgar Rice Burroughs Tribute and Weekly Webzine Site
Since 1996 ~ Over 10,000 Webpages in Archive
Enter the
Swag Book Room 1
Enter the
Swag Book Room 2
Private Collections
For Sale 
Enter the
Swag Art Room
View the
Older Swag
Old Tiger Press

See More Collectibles

At The Site

An advertising service for ERB fans provided by Bill Hillman

Over the years we have strived constantly to promote
ERB-related products through our ERBzine Website.
Continuing with these efforts we have created a place on the Web 
where we can collate the many promos scattered across our site
and provide a free advertising service and notice board:
Fanzines ~ Books ~ Services ~ Merchandise ~ Art
If your product or service isn't displayed yet, please don't hesitate to drop us a line.
SWAG Definitions
1. Goods
2. Slang. Stolen property; loot.
3. Australian. The pack or bundle containing the personal belongings of a swagman.
4. Promotional merchandise usually distributed at concerts.
5. Souvenirs, Wearables and Gifts.
You are invited to peruse these pages and to check out the releases by fellow-ERB fans, researchers, writers and merchandisers:
Thomas Yeates, Bob Clampett, Denny Miller, Frank Puncer (new e-mail address), David Critchfield, David Burton, Bruce Scivally, James Spratt, Go Tickets, David Fury, Ted McKosky, Sean Menard (Nick Cardy), Louis Fried, Bob Zeuschner, Jerry Schneider, Jeff Long, Bison Books, Phil Normand, Michael Wilson, Matt Cohen, Richard Lupoff, Win Scott Eckert, Sara Haynes of Cassia County, Tom Tolley, Brian Bohnett, George McWhorter, Robert Barrett, Alan Hanson, Brad Burch of Forest Primeval, Reel Art Studios, Bruce Wood, Michael Tierney, Eric Stedman of Serial Squadron, Hugh Munro Neely, Jerry O'Hara, Frazetta, Disney, Jeff Doten, Pete Ogden, Bill Ross, Mike Conran, Frank Westwood, James van Hise, J. G. Huckenpöhler, Chicago Muckers, Capitol City Panthans, Joan Bledig, Al Bohl, Shaun Hoadley, Rob Hughes, Robert Hunton, Scott Tracy Griffin and many more including contacts for purchase of private collections. 

From the Lonnie Hebert Collection
Purchase Information at:
Tarzan’s Greatest Jungle Adventure - Tarzan in the Valley of the Talking Gorillas! A record album containing three 10” 78 rpm records, produced and recorded by Tarzan Records, Tarzan Studios, Hollywood California. Album T1. Undated (probably early 1950’s). Story by T. Elbert Hubbard. Stated on the front cover: “The Famous Tarzan Adventures Now on Unbreakable Records... Complete Cast Starring Tarzan with Original African Jungle Sound Effects”. The rear cover features a montage with captioned black & white photographs of various African animals and native tribesmen, labeled “Tarzan’s Animal Friends in Jungle-land”.
More Tarzan Records at:

One of the rarest of all ERB books

1st edition Return of Tarzan
in 1st edition dust jacket
TERRY LEE ::  1.559.960.2291

click for larger image

click for full-screen image
Tarzan of the Apes
Carson of Venus
Land That Time Forgot
Cave Girl 
War Chief
Eternal Savage
. . . and even more in preparation!
All for only $1.99 per month from
Subscribe at
Visit the WHAT'S NEW? page
25 of 50 copies of a special LIMITED Limited Edition of 
"Tarzan: The Centennial Celebration" 
remain available for $100 plus postage.
These books are signed by
author Scott Tracy Griffin, 
screen Tarzan Ron Ely, 
and Edgar Rice Burroughs' grandson John. 
The book features a slipcase and variant dust jacket 
from the regular mass market edition.

For more information or to place an order, 
contact Griffin at

The regular Limited Edition (John Burroughs signature only)
can be ordered from the 
Titan Books Website.

More about Scott Tracy Griffin
Tarzan: The Centennial Celebration
In ERBzine starting at:

A Guide to Barsoom
 by John Flint Roy (e-Text Edition)
Fully Illustrated with over 26 illustrations
Over a period of thirty years, Burroughs wrote ten Martian tales... the story of life and death, romance and tragedy on the Red Planet is undoubtedly one of the greatest series of all time. Burroughs created a world of dead seabeds, towering mountains, polar ice caps, underground rivers ... he peopled the planet with four different human races and one semihuman. He gave Mars a history, several phases of civilization and an assortment of religions. He added dauntless heros, beautiful maidens, evil villains and fearful monsters—all the ingredients necessary for a series of thrilling adventures on any world!

Featuring over two dozen illustrations, including maps of the North and South Poles of Barsoom, as well as of the planet's Western and Eastern Hemispheres —AND IT'S ALL HERE IN THE ONLY OFFICIAL GUIDE TO BARSOOM
Introduction to the 2012 by Mike Resnick
Introduction to Barsoom: History, Geography, Flora/Fauna, Biography, Dictionary, Measurements, Language, Religions, Customs, Quotations, Proverbs, Expletives, Science, Invention, etc. Plus a Biographical Sketch of ERB and Acknowledgments and Sources.

Price: $9.99 ~ In all e-book formats
Order at:
Also available from Amazon, B&N, Smashwords

The Outlaw Prince
Presenting a medieval adventure based on The Outlaw of Torn, written by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

click for large image
Dark Horse Regular Edition

click for large image
Dark Horse Deluxe Edition
* A classic Edgar Rice Burroughs novel--adapted for a modern audience!
* This deluxe limited edition features an afterword 
by Burroughs expert Frank Westwood and a cover by artist Alan Lathwell!
Writer: Rob Hughes
Penciller: Thomas Yeates, Michael Wm. Kaluta
Inker: Thomas Yeates ~ Colorist: Thomas Yeates, Lori Almeida
Cover Artist: Esad Ribic
Genre: Action/Adventure, Classic
This timeless tale unfolds during the tumultuous Second Baron's War, when a young prince is ruthlessly abducted from his royal family, taken into the rugged mountains of Derbyshire, and brainwashed to forget his very heritage. He's trained to become the greatest swordsman the world has ever known--and grows to be the most dreaded name in all of Britain! With civil war looming upon the horizon, the fate of the kingdom of England may very well rest in his hands!
Publication Date: April 13, 2011 ~ Format: TBP 7" x 10", FC 80 pages ~ Price: $12.99
ISBN-10: 1-59582-710-2 ~ ISBN-13: 978-1-59582-710-4
The Outlaw Prince is available for pre-order at Things From Another World!: Regular and Deluxe
For more on the original Outlaw of Torn by ERB see ERBzine 0754

For the Full Story Behind the Creation of Outlaw Prince
See the Series of ERBzine Web Features Starting at:
ERBzine 3601

The Muckers have copies of their special souvenir illustrated edition of The Mucker/The Return of the Mucker available for sale at $25, plus $5 to cover shipping and handling. This hard cover book is 368 pages in length and includes 41 illustrations drawn by 17 genre artists as well as a full-color dust jacket.

The edition was limited to 250 copies. The Muckers have about 100 copies available for sale. As you may or may not know, 39 of those 41 illustrations were drawn specifically to illustrate this Dum-Dum souvenir. Additionally, Thomas Yeates gave us permission to use a Mucker illustration he drew in 2006 and Pete Ogden gave us permission to feature a Jim Cawthorn Mucker illustration which previously appeared in a 1992 ERBANIA.

Other artists featured in this special edition include Deborah Abbott, a talented young mother from Austin, Texas who illustrated several scenes, including some "flying money." You'll just have to buy the book to see it. Jack Bender of Alleyoop comic-strip fame and guest of honor at the 2008 Waterloo Dum-Dum, contributed an illustration.

List-members David Burton, Phil Normand, and Greg Phillips also contributed a number of great scenes which appear throughout the book. Our artist guest of honor, Tom Floyd, did a marvelous color illustration of Billy, Barbara, and the Brazos pony for the dust jacket plus a second line-art version of the same scene which is featured as the frontispiece.

Dave Hoover contributed several illustrations, including a picture of Bridge astride a very tired Mexican pony. Canadians Lovern Kindzierski and Ronn Sutton provided us with scenes of Billy's adventures on the Halfmoon.

Chicago artist Doug Klauba contributed a marvelous facial study of a grieving Billy who knows his friend Theriere is dying. Don Marquez contributed a pair of illustrations including a samurai warrior complete with lacquered armor, and another image showing the wreck of the Halfmoon.

Chicago is also represented by Chris Wright who expertly captured the essence of Hilmore's West Side gym. Kathleen Burke, another Chicagoan, gave us a sketch of Barbara overhearing Divine's treachery aboard the Halfmoon. Kathleen also assisted with the dust jacket design. Ellen Vartanoff, an East Coast Mucker member and artist, contributed several western scenes for The Return of the Mucker.

Lastly, but in no way least, Mark Wheatley gave us two illustrations -- one for The Mucker as well as the very last illustration in the book showing Billy finally getting his girl.

Other features of this special edition include a letter from Jim Sullos, president of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. blessing the Muckers' efforts and an introduction written by Mucker Jeff Long.

Once all the books are sold, that's it. This edition will never be reprinted. Don't miss this opportunity to get the ultimate collectible Mucker/Return of the Mucker. All we asked for from each artist was first reproduction rights only, so each artist retains ownership  and all rights in their originals and we won't be reprinting the book.

So, if you want to own a copy of this incredible edition, make your $30 check or money order out to Joan Bledig and mail it to:

 Joan Bledig ~ 5724 N. Leonard Ave. ~ Chicago, IL 60646

All proceeds go toward defraying Dum-Dum 2010 expenses.

If you need any additional information, please contact me privately at And, if once you receive your book, you think you'd like to own a piece of the original art, please email me for contact information for contributing artists not on this list.

A Unique Tarzan Collectible from Al Bohl
Thus far all the funding for the Tarzan: Lord of the Louisiana Jungle project has come from my own pocket. Also, my daughter Allison has donated her time and talent to help make this project possible. I am waiting to hear from several grants I have applied for and further down the road I will be looking for corporate sponsorship. 

I am not stopping the production while waiting to hear from the grants. There are several things which I am doing that need an additional infusion of funds at this time. Just three examples are the purchase of historic archival photos and footage along with some fees to enter into film festivals and the cost of producing all original music for the documentary and a new improved version of the original motion picture “Tarzan of the Apes.”

I have produced a 24” x 36” full color "Tarzan: Lord of the Louisiana Jungle" poster suitable for framing. It is printed on fine gloss poster paper. I am only printing 250 posters. Each will be numbered and signed by me. Numbers 11-250 are available for $25 each. This includes FREE shipping and handling. Also, your name will be listed in the end credits of the DVD presentation as a sponsor who made this documentary possible. Follow the progress of the project in ERBzine.

~ Al Bohl
Full ordering information is displayed at:
The National Capital Panthans 
ERB The Second Century 
(plus postage)

$19.95  --  Single copy list price
$15.00  --  Single Copy Panthan Member
$12.00  --  Dealer/library  each for 2-5 copies
$10.00  --  Dealer/library  each for 6+ copies

John Tyner II, Treasurer
Post Office Box 673
Rockville, MD 20851-0673


Bob Clampett's Beany & Cecil DVD with Burroughs "Mars" Test Footage - 1936
Marking their 60th anniversary in show business, Beany, Cecil and the gang are back in Bob Clampett's Beany and Cecil the Special Edition Volume 2. To make it even more special, we found in our warehouse a limited supply of Beany and Cecil the Special Edition Volume 1, the highly prized release from the year 2000, now out of print. It has become a collector’s item.

This unopened stock of Volume 1 is being offered at its original price while supplies last. The first chance in nearly a decade to own the classic Beany and Cecil cartoons and the Time for Beany puppet shows. Packed with Rare Archival Materials. Interviews with Creator Bob Clampett. Transfers from the original camera negatives. Volume 2 cartoons in English and Spanish.

Only available at

Of special interest to ERB/JCB and Bob Clampett fans and scholars is the rare footage of the John Carter Animation Project test footage from the 1930s. 

Early '70s photo courtesy of  Rob Clampett
Bob Clampett and John Coleman Burroughs with the promotional portfolio of their John Carter project

For more on the John Carter project see: ERBzine 2175 and ERBzine 2176

Grand Master of Fantasy - The Paintings of J. Allen St. John
The Vanguard ULTRA edition of only 300 copies is now available. The ULTRA is like the Deluxe edition, with endpapers, bonus folio and slipcase but, is beautifully bound in genuine leather and will have one bonus plate featuring a previously unpublished St. John Tarzan painting. It comes signed, not only by primary authors Stephen D. Korshak and J. David Spurlock, but is also signed by contributing authors: Jack Williamson, Danton Burroughs, Robert R. Barrett, and Vincent DiFate. Our understanding is that these were the last items signed by Jack Williamson and Danton Burroughs prior to their passing. The ULTRA sells for $250 + $15 s/h in the USA. The ULTRA is available exclusively from the publisher: 
Vanguard Productions, 186 Center Street, Suite 200, Clinton, NJ 08809 
More information is available on their website

The great J. Allen St. John retrospective from Vanguard Productions, The Paintings of J. Allen St. John-Grand Master of Fantasy, is finally at press. The full-color, 160-page, 9 x 12 book, by Stephen D. Korshak and J. David Spurlock has been in the works for many years. Final proofs have been seen by S. Bradleigh Vinson, Robert R. Barrett, and Danton Burroughs who all expressed that it is everything St. John and Burroughs fans have been hoping for. Included are both classic and rare images -- some previously unpublished including multiple newly discovered unpublished Burroughs works! The text is the most in-depth coverage to-date on the artist and features guest essays along with an Introduction by Lin Carter and an Afterword by Frank Frazetta.

As with most Vanguard books, including their RGK: The Art of Roy G. Krenkel (2004), and their earlier, Drawings of St. John (2005), there will be a paperback ($24.95), hardback ($39.95), and Deluxe hardback with slipcase and 16-pg bonus folio ($59.95). 

More information is available on their website Note: they do not take credit cards on their website. They prefer you mail in an order with your check. Vanguard is also in production on a new How to Draw book by Tarzan comic-book artist Joe Kubert and, Frazetta: The Definitive Reference which features John Carter on the cover.

Vanguard Productions,186 Center Street, Suite 200, Clinton, NJ 08809
4 Colour: Fires of Tohr
Written by Robert P. Thompson and Gaylor DuBois, art by Jesse Marsh.
Dark Horse Archives presents the first four issues of this influential Golden Age series in a handsome hardcover -- kicking off a comprehensive program that will collect the first 19 years of the classic title! In 1947, artist Jesse Marsh left Walt Disney Studios -- where he had worked on Pinocchio, Fantasia, and various animated shorts‹to work for Western Publishing full time. Tarzan was one of his first assignments, with the iconic character's first original comic-book appearance in Dell Four-Color Comics #134. Tarzan #2 would begin Marsh's long-term collaboration with writer Gaylord DuBois. Their work drew admiration and respect from readers and peers -- Russ Manning among them -- and Marsh's art inspired future comics creators from Richard Corben to Los Bros. Hernandez!  Dark Horse plans to publish the entire run (~19 years) of Jesse Marsh's Tarzan.
256 pages, $49.95, now in stores or at: Dark Horse Comics
Written by Gaylord DeBois, art by Jesse Marsh.
The original Tarzan comics are finally back in print after sixty years! This second volume reproduces six big Golden Age issues for readers new and old to enjoy, and all stories are by the dynamite team of Gaylord DuBois and Jesse Marsh. DuBois and Marsh's 19-year collaboration on Tarzan produced a legendary body of work and an enduring vision of one of the world's foremost adventure icons. Marsh's art enthralled an entire generation of comics readers, influencing future creators the Hernandez brothers and earning the acclaim of such fellow professionals as Russ Manning and Alex Toth!  Dark Horse plans to publish the entire run (~19 years) of Jesse Marsh's Tarzan.
224 pages, $49.95, now in stores or at: Dark Horse Comics
Written by Gaylord DeBois, art by Jesse Marsh.
The world's first Tarzan comic books are back in print at last! Jesse Marsh remains one of the great, unsung artists of comics history, even though his straightforward realism was admired by such comics legends as Russ Manning and Alex Toth. Marsh's nineteen-year collaboration with writer Gaylord DuBois defined Edgar Rice Burroughs's iconic jungle lord for an entire generation of young readers, and the massive body of work they produced continues to influence comic artists to this day.
* Reproducing the now-hard-to-find and pricey issues for fans, this archive series will collect issues #11-#16.
256 pages, $49.95, Now in stores or at: Dark Horse Comics
Written by Gaylord DeBois, art by Jesse Marsh.
In the late 1940s, Dell Publishing assembled a new comics team that would leave an indelible impression on millions of young readers. For the next nineteen years, Jesse Marsh - an "artist's artist" - and Gaylord DuBois created an absorbing jungle world for Edgar Rice Burroughs's most famous character. The realism and consistent quality in their collaboration remain influential to countless comics artists today.
Reproducing the now-hard-to-find and pricey issues for fans, this archive series will collect issues #17-#21.
 Now in stores or at: Dark Horse  ~ $49.95
Written by Gaylord DeBois, art by Jesse Marsh.
In this volume, Tarzan fends off a scientist's unnaturally sized jungle animals; protects Cathne, "the city of gold," and its people from Tommy-gun-toting gangsters; outwits treacherous witch doctors and a truck-sized spider; discovers Egyptian ruins; and evades the dinosaurs of the lost land of Pal-ul-don while hunting for their eggs. The familiar faces of Boy, Jane, and Lieutenant Paul D'Arnot -- a character fashioned after Jesse Marsh himself -- return, and the recurring character Dr. MacWhirtle, a famed and eccentric paleontologist, is introduced for the first time!
Reproducing the now-hard-to-find and pricey issues for fans, this archive series will collect issues #22-#27
Now in stores or at: Dark Horse  ~ $49.95
Written by Gaylord DeBois, art by Jesse Marsh.
Collects Tarzan issues #28-#32 and Tarzan's Jungle Annual #1, from 1952.
Rediscover a legendary team-up in adventure comics, collected for the first time! Former Walt Disney Studios artist Jesse Marsh illustrated these inventive stories from Gaylord DuBois for a full nineteen years, expanding the mythology of Edgar Rice Burroughs' world-renowned character in the process.
The first tales of Tarzan of the Apes ever to be told in comics form, this collaboration was read by millions and has proved an enduring vision of the iconic jungle man. After nearly sixty years, these stories of rip-roaring adventure and good clean fun are as charming and entertaining as ever.
Now in stores or at: Dark Horse  ~ $49.95
Written by Gaylord DeBois, art by Jesse Marsh.
Collecting Dell's Tarzan #33--#38 from 1952, and introducing Goliath--the colossal lion Tarzan raises to protect the settlers of New Cathne
Join Tarzan, Jane, Boy, and their animal companions as they encounter new friends, old enemies, and undiscovered lands in the wilds of Africa. In addition to stories featuring favorite recurring characters--such as the oddball scientist Dr. MacWhirtle, the lion--taming people of Cathne, cruel Queen La, and the Waziri warriors--Tarzan meets a group of Texan cowboys out to rope lions, a filmmaker documenting African wildlife, and the marsh--dwelling people of Lutor in this volume. Always a help to his friends, whether they're beast or human, Tarzan faithfully thwarts the plans of slavers, cannibals, and poachers who would do them harm! Introducing Goliath--the colossal lion Tarzan raises to protect the settlers of New Cathne.
Now in stores or at: Dark Horse  ~ $49.95
Written by Gaylord DuBois, art by Jesse Marsh. 
The collections of this landmark golden age series continue! In this volume, Tarzan befriends the peace-loving "stork men" of the Great Swamp and fends off the area's fierce, lizard-riding cannibals while keeping the precarious situation between rival cities New Cathne and New Athne calm. Featuring such recurring characters as Chief Buto, the brave Waziri warriors, Dr. Mervin and his daughter Yolanda, and Jane and Boy, these issues also include appearances from Argus, Goliath, Jo-rah, D'Arnot, and the lost Roman legion, and introduce a man-eating tree, Africa's fearsome "spotted death," and the giant otters Nip and Tuck! 
Reprinting Dell's Tarzan #39-#43, from 1952 and 1953, for the first time. ~ 224 pages
Order at Dark Horse  ~ $49.99
Written by Gaylord DuBois, art by Jesse Marsh. 
Kreegah! Tarzan's Golden Age adventures in the heart of Africa and the lost land of Pal-ul-don continue! In addition to featuring favorite characters Muviro, Dr. MacWhirtle, Boy, Goliath, and Argus, this collection introduces both a fearsome, flying tribe of bat-worshippers and the buffalo-riding Gallugos people. New Cathne faces the threat of New Athne and the Great Swamp's thousands of Terribs, and Tarzan is caught up in the mysteries of ghosts and treasure-coated great apes. Now if only he can save Boy from a revenge-minded witch doctor before it is too late!
Collects Dell’s Tarzan’s Jungle Annual #2 and Tarzan #44-#46, from 1953 ~ 240 pages
Dark Horse  ~ $49.99
Written by Gaylord DuBois, art by Jesse Marsh. 
Tarzan faces his most harrowing adventure yet when his treehouse is targeted and destroyed by slavers, who kidnap Jane and Boy! This volume sees Tarzan battle lion-sized wasps, outwit ivory poachers, brave giant spiders to find desperately needed medicine, become stranded in the Valley of Monsters, and even track a murder cult for the British government. Reprinting Dell's Tarzan #47-#51, from 1953, for the first time.
Introduction by PictureBox's Dan Nadel.
Dark Horse  ~ $49.99
Written by Gaylord DuBois, art by Jesse Marsh. 
Jesse Marsh continues revolutionizing comics art, imbuing these action-packed adventures with a blend of grace and power that has rarely been matched. Whether swinging through Marsh's beautifully rendered jungle, flying through the air atop his giant eagle, or battling marauders alongside his friends from all over Africa's land of Pal-ul-don, Tarzan proves one of comics greatest heroes. And fifty issues in, Jesse Marsh keeps getting better! 

Dark Horse  ~ $49.99

Written by Gaylord DuBois, art by Jesse Marsh and Russ Manning
Young Natongo and his adopted brother Dan-El share a bond much stronger than blood, so when they learn of Dan-El's true father and his lost people, they pledge to discover the secret of his birthright together. Their journey across Africa reveals danger at every turn, but nothing to match the shock of finding Dan-El's home enslaved by an evil witch doctor. With only each other to fall back on, can the brothers of the spear survive battle, exile, shipwreck, and more to overthrow the usurper so Dan-El can take his rightful place as king? Collecting the backup stories from Tarzan #25-#67! 
Dark Horse  ~ $49.99
Written by Paul S. Newman, art by Jesse Marsh
In 1947, Jesse Marsh—an artist who would inspire generations of comics creators and earn the esteem of professional peers such as industry legends Russ Manning and Alex Toth—won over millions of readers with his four-color vision of Edgar Rice Burroughs' beloved character Tarzan. To the delight of his readers, Marsh would continue to draw Tarzan comics for the following nineteen years. But his passion for Burroughs' creations wasn't limited to the legendary writer's jungle lord, and in the early 1950s he teamed up with prolific comics writer Paul S. Newman to breathe life into another of Burroughs' beloved heroes: the courageous adventurer John Carter of Mars! 
Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter of Mars: The Jesse Marsh Years reprints all three issues of Dell's Four Color Comics: John Carter of Mars series in their entirety and is sure to delight fans of science fiction and Golden Age comics alike!
Dark Horse  ~ $29.99
Written by Marv Wolfman, art by Howard Chaykin, Murphy Anderson, Gray Morrow and Sal Amendola, cover by Joe Orlando. 
Since his serialized debut in All-Story magazine in 1912, the spacefaring adventurer John Carter of Mars has become one of Edgar Rice Burroughs' most beloved characters. The star of decades worth of novels and comic books, he's soon to be immortalized on the silver screen as well, in the upcoming Walt Disney Pictures major film release John Carter of Mars! In this volume, John Carter, an ex-soldier turned prospector, is transported to Mars--"Barsoom," as it is known to its natives--under mysterious circumstances, and becomes a champion dedicated to protecting his new home and newly found love, the princess Dejah Thoris, from warring alien civilizations and a host of deadly Barsoomian beasts! 
Collecting stories originally published in Tarzan 207-209 and Weird Worlds 1-7. Dark Horse
The greatest hero of two worlds, spacefaring adventurer John Carter of Mars, returns! Marvel at these classic tales of danger and daring as John Carter battles deadly opponents, warring civilizations, and a host of Barsoomian beasts, and see for yourself why Edgar Rice Burroughs’ John Carter has been one of fandom’s favorite sci-fi characters for nine decades!
* Featuring comics legends Marv Wolfman, Chris Claremont, Gil Kane, Frank Miller, and many more.
* This volume includes all twenty-eight issues of John Carter: Warlord of Mars plus all three annuals, collected for the first time!
* Featuring an introduction by Michael Chabon-screenwriter of the upcoming John Carter of Mars motion picture! 
Dark Horse ~ B&W, 632 pages, 7" x 10" ~ $29.99
is out in a boxed set of 3 discs, 12 episodes.
 Available are special sets autographed by Denny Miller, 
at $40.00 per set, plus $6.00 U.S. shipping. 

Each of the 3 DVDs features John McIntyre, as the Wagon Master,
with Denny "Scott" Miller, 
Terry Wilson and Frank McGrath in recurring roles. 
Guest stars include Brian Keith, Bobby Darin, Jane Wyatt, 
Leonard Nimoy, Dennis Hopper and many other Hollywood greats.

Each of the DVDs is transfered from original film prints providing
the highest quality reproduction in picture and sound.
The boxed set features Full Screen Presentation,
Interactive Menus and Episode Selection.

Email your order through:
stating your name, address, city, state and zip code. 

See more of Denny Miller
in our ERBzine Features
ERBzine 1480 | ERBzine 1959
16 CDs ~ 3,900 Minutes ~ All the 90-Minute Colour Episodes
This autographed set will include recent interviews with
Denny Miller and Robert Fuller
Email your order through:
stating your name, address, city, state and zip code. 
The press run on the Deluxe, Limited slipcased edition of Vanguard's 
highly-anticipated, upcoming book, 
Grand Master of Fantasy - The Paintings of J. Allen St. John, 
will be set based on advanced orders.
The only way to be sure of getting a copy is to order now from the publisher.
The Deluxe Edition of Vanguard's earlier Drawings of St. John 
sold out very quickly and this new color book 
promises to be the ultimate St. John collection. 
For more information see
or send 
$59.95 + $9.95 s/h to 
Vanguard Productions
186 Center Street Suite 200
Clinton NJ 08809

David Burton's highly anticipated vision of Edgar Rice Burroughs' beloved tale...

This title is now available for purchase!
Click here to order this title from Lulu!

Edgar Rice Burroughs is most famous for his stories about the young boy lost in the jungle and raised by a tribe of apes. Though the world knew little about Africa at the time when these stories were written, Burroughs in fact got many of his theoretical ideas absolutely correct about apes and their ways of living. Now, after many years of reprints in standard paperback format with average cover artwork and little to no illustration, David Burton and Leanta Books bring to you this re-imagining of one of the most beloved stories of all time!

This edition of Tarzan of the Apes will feature a complete edition of the ape-language dictionary for the first time ever! Burton has worked with a number of different sources to ensure that this ape-language dictionary is the most complete ever put together in print. 

Also featured in the book is an Introduction by Robert B. Zeuschner and the research article, "Feral Children in Fact and Fiction" by Serena DuBois

Available in comic book stores or through

NICK CARDY: Comic Strips focuses on Nick's stint in newspaper comics and includes chapters on his work on Tarzan (reprinted in its entirety for the first time), Casey Ruggles and Lady Luck. There are also a number of never-before-published strips including Major North, Mr. Figg and his Adam Pierce strip (of which all the original art is available for sale). 

The book includes an extensive interview as well as essays and appreciations from Jon B. Cooke, Richard Howell and Todd Dezago. Complete details can be found on including a brief preview on the book as well as the Adam Pierce collection of newspaper strips for sale. Half of the proceeds of all artwork sold will go directly to Nick, so check out this beautiful 50-year old artwork (including the only Sunday work that Nick has ever done in his long and storied career) 
Sean Menard has worked extensively with Nick over the last four years and is extremely grateful for his efforts in getting this project off the ground and to his many fans. Nick and Sean will be at Heroes Con in June where he will be signing copies of the book.

Sample panel (reduced in size)

Retail: $14.95 U.S.
Measurements: 10 7/8 x 8 3/8
Page count: 152 pages, full colour cover with black and white interiors
For More Info Contact: Sean Menard
The Latest News On Pulp-Related Releases

Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Exhaustive Scholar’s and Collector’s Descriptive Bibliography of American Periodical, Hardcover, Paperback, and Reprint Editions by Robert B. Zeuschner 

In creating some of the most enduring characters in 20th century literature, Burroughs (1875–1950) left a complex bibliographic record of editions, and a long chain of fascinated collectors. The present reference work details all United States versions of all his works published through 1995. Each listing begins with a description of the first magazine appearance of the story (with full publication data); the first hardcover is then examined in detail, with publisher, date, a complete description of the book’s cover and jacket, print run, price, number of pages, and characteristics that separate it from following editions. Similar information is then provided from all subsequent editions. 
photographs, appendices, bibliography, index
softcover, 299 pages,  $35 
ISBN 0-7864-3113-X 
A hardcover edition is now available for $55.
McFarland Publications

Available Now for a Limited Time:
A dozen remaining hardback editions of the above title
inscribed by the author 
and available for sale from Bob Zeuschner at:

ERB's A Princess of Mars
A new Leanta Books edition lavishly illustrated by David Burton
Now available at through the LULU Books Online Order Site

Originally published in 1912, 
Edgar Rice Burroughs' A Princess of Mars
is a classic science-fiction tale, brought to life by 
the stunning artwork of David W. Burton. 
The artist has been working on the 
nearly 30 illustrations for this book for the last six years!

"David Burton's illustrations are revolutionary in the anatomical realism of the amazing creatures that inhabit Burroughs' world. This book is wonderfully illustrated throughout, with portraits of the principle characters and full-page illustrations that give insight into Burroughs' amazing world as has never been seen before." ~ Leanta

"When it comes to accurately depicting the creatures that inhabit Edgar Rice Burroughs' worlds, David Burton stands as one of ERB's most conscientious interpreters. His thoroughness is staggering and deserves to be lauded. David really does his ERB homework!" ~ William Stout

124 pages, 8.50" x 11.00" ~ perfect binding ~ black and white interior ink
ISBN: 978-1-84728-153-1
$22.98 Download ~  $29.99 Print 

Purchase at:  or

See more David Burton art at: ERBzine 0535  and

Contact the artist at:

Tarzan On Old Time Radio
Electrical Transcription ET Label
Old Time Radio Catalog ( offers over 200 classic episodes of  Tarzan radio broadcast from the 1930s - 1950s. is dedicated to the preservation of the golden era of radio (old time radio).  You can hear thousands of old time radio episodes online and can stream or download full episodes in Mp3 format. 

Detailed descriptions of the performers and series broadcast in the era (1920s - 1959) are available to read. 

In the 'daily downloads', there are the broadcasts of the day throughout history (from the last 50-70+ years).

Our ERBzine Portals to Tarzan OTR Features:
ERB On The Air   and   ERB and Radio's Golden Age

Jerry Schneider's ERBville Press
Uniform Edition Series ~ Hollywood ~ Merchandise
Recoverings Replica Dust Jackets
Spratt Jetan Chess Sets
Information Requests, Purchasing, Commissions

NOTE: Tarzan the Musical has ended its Broadway run ~ It is now opening worldwide.

Broadway 2006

Enter the
Swag Book Room 1
Enter the
Swag Book Room 2
Private Collections
For Sale
Enter the
Swag Art Room
View the
Older Swag
Old Tiger Press


The Fantastic Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs
ERBzine Weekly Webzine
Danton Burroughs Website: Tarzana Treasure Vaults
Burroughs Bibliophiles
John Coleman Burroughs Tribute Site
Tarzine: Official Monthly Webzine of ERB, Inc.
John Carter of Mars
Edgar Rice Burroughs
ERBzine Weekly Webzine
Weekly Webzine
Danton Burroughs Weekly Webzine
Weekly Webzine

John Carter Film News

ERB, Inc. Corporate Site

ERB Centennial

Visit our thousands of other sites at:
 ERB Text, ERB Images and Tarzan® are ©Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.- All Rights Reserved.
All Original Work ©1996-2014 by Bill Hillman and/or Contributing Authors/Owners
No part of this web site may be reproduced without permission from the respective owners.