Amazon offers a number of cheap downloads of this public domain material, charging from as little as 26 cents and as much as two dollars and 49 cents for what is mostly free on the Gutenberg Project. For these low prices you often get large collections of Tarzan novels and other novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Here is a link to Burroughs material.
I find Burroughs writing very clear and easy to understand. I suggest you try it, if you haven't already.
Comics Plus has much of the same collection as Enki. Many public libraries have Comics Plus, mine is not one of these. So check your local public library web site to see if they have Comics Plus. You can click here to see the Tarzan titles that Comics Plus offers.
Comics Plus is not to be confused with Comic Book Plus. Comics Plus is a service offered through libraries. Comic Book Plus is a collection of old public domain comics that are free for everyone. They do not have Tarzan comic books, but they do have a collection of similar Jungle comics. They also have some old Tarzan radio programs.
I like to speculate on the origins and inspirations for these fantasies. For example, Tarzan swings on vines. Batman, Green Arrow, Spider-Man and Dare Devil also swing to get around. I call these heroes urban Tazans. Did Tarzan inspire this trend?
We know that Edgar Rice Burroughs' second most successful character was a major inspiration for the creation of Superman. John Carter was much stronger than the Martians because earth is a larger planet with stronger gravity. Superman was much stronger than humans because the fictional planet Kripton was larger and had stronger gravity.
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