Edgar Rice Burroughs/P. J. Monahan Art Gallery
In his day and age, P. J. Monahan was THE artist for Edgar Rice Burroughs.
From the teen years to the early twenties of the 20th Century, Monahan's artwork graced the pulp covers featuring the stories of Edgar Rice Burroughs more than any other artist.
He was the equivalent of Frank Frazetta at the time, and his Tarzan was the definitive vision -- receding hairline and all.
Here's are some sneak peak images from the ERB Art Chronology: Volume One chapter which focuses on Monahan's art:
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I've started a new section on the History of Comics. For the initial overview of how comics are made, start here.
Tarzan's birthright isn't the only thing British about him. Tarzan comics have a very long publishing history in the foreign language known as the King's English. Explore here:
Tarzan wasn't the first creation of Edgar Rice Burroughs. Before the apeman, he created the greatest swordsman on two worlds:
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