Sunday, January 31, 2016 by Venkitachalam Subramanian
Emile was kind enough to provide me with all strips for the above story that ran for 120 days between 2015-09-14 and 2016-01-30. The first strip looked like this:









Please download from Emile's original link here, and shower your thanks on him.

Enjoy,

Venkit
Sunday, January 24, 2016 by Venkitachalam Subramanian
Emile has provided the strips for this wonderful Tarzan story, which ran for 180 days. The script was by Rob Thompson and there were 3 artists who worked on this story at various times.

Dan Barry (sounds familiar?) started the artwork for the strip on 1948-09-13 with strip number 2833, which looked like this:









He continued for 60 days or 10 weeks ending with strip number 2892 on 1948-11-20. John Lehti (famous for the Tales of the Great Book,)  took over from Dan and continued till strip number 2958 on 1949-02-05. Unfortunately this is shrouded in mystery as there are claims that these strips were ghosted by Emil Gershwin. Strip 2893 looked like this.









Paul Reinman took over with strip 2959 on 1949-02-07 and finished the story. He would also continue to do the artwork for 4 more Tarzan daily strip stories through to the middle of 1950. Strip 2959 looked like this.









Enough with all the history. Over to what most of us look for in a blog. Where is the link from where I can download the story? Ahhh. Here it is . Please down the original link from Emile over here and shower your thanks on him.

Enjoy,

Venkit




Monday, January 11, 2016 by Venkitachalam Subramanian
Here are the details:

Number 206
Name Tarzan's trip to New York.
From 3458 to 3473
Dates 1997-11-23 to 1998-03-08
Time 16 weeks

















Please download from Emile's original link here and shower your thanks on Emile.

Enjoy,
Venkit


Friday, January 01, 2016 by Venkitachalam Subramanian
Story
Title: Tarzan and the Leopard Men - “R” - 1935-12-30 to 1936-06-20 - 150 Strips.zip
Series: R
Date Start: 1935-12-30
Date End: 1936-06-20
Span: 150 Daily Strips
Artist: Rex Maxon

















This is again an international effort. The strips are from the collection of an Italian friend Fortunato. They were made into a CBR by our French friend Emile and presented here for your enjoyment by yours truly.

Download the story from Emile's original link. Thanks are owed to Fortunato & Emile.

Enjoy,

Venkitachalam.



HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016 TO ALL VISITORS, THEIR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS.
Monday, December 21, 2015 by Venkitachalam Subramanian
Here is the latest Sunday Phantom strip that just ended. Here is the first strip in the story:




















As usual, it was Emile, who sent me the strips, which can be downloaded from here. The strip ran for 28 Sundays from June 14 thru Dec 20 2015.

Merry Christmas to all of you. Shower your thanks on Emile while downloading the strip.

Enjoy

Venkit
Sunday, November 29, 2015 by Venkitachalam Subramanian
Story
Title: Tarzan and the Tarzan Twins - “Q” - 1935-09-02 to 1935-12-28 - 102 Strips
Series: Q
Date Start: 1935-09-02
Date End: 1935-12-28
Span: 102 Daily Strips
Artist: Rex Maxon
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarzan_and_the_Tarzan_Twins
Book (txt): http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks09/0900371.txt
Zip: http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks06/0601161.zip
html: http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks06/0601161h.html





















When you think about this, this is an international effort. The strips are from the collection of an Italian friend Fortunato. They were made into a CBR by our French friend Emile and presented here for your enjoyment by yours truly.

Download the story from Emile's original link. Thanks are owed to Fortunato & Emile.

Enjoy,

Venkitachalam
Sunday, October 04, 2015 by Venkitachalam Subramanian
Two score and some months ago, when I stepped in to help run this blog, I never knew how long I would be doing this. Well this is the 700th post in this blog.

I present here the just concluded Tarzan strip is S205 The Gorilla Camp Raiders, which ran for 14 weeks between 1997-08-17 and 1997-11-16. The first panel looks like this:















This had been provided for our enjoyment by Emile, who else? Download the strip from Emile's original link  here.

While I have to thank all the visitors and readers, I would be remiss in my duty as a human being if I do not let out a shout for Emile A Schwarz. I have been honored to be his friend for so many years and also a member of some groups where Emile is a member. I have always been astonished at the amount of knowledge and dispensation of the same shown by him. He has some of the best databases of comics strips available anywhere on the net and the kind of details for the Indrajal Comics he used to share in Ajay's blog when Ajay used to post IJCs is just a small example of that.

Thank you Emile for your friendship and all the comics and strips that you have shared with me over these past years.

Now enjoy the strip,

Venkit

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 by Venkitachalam Subramanian
We just had a new Phantom daily strip end on Saturday. It was D242 - The Challenge, which ran for 108 days.

Here is the first panel from the story:









Emile, as usual was kind enough to put together the strips and send me a link, which I present to you for downloading.

Enjoy the story and shower your thanks on Emile.

Venkit
Thursday, July 02, 2015 by Venkitachalam Subramanian
Here is Daily Strip No 67 - Tarzan and the Diamond of Ashra - which ran for 192 days between 1948-02-02 and 1948-09-11.

As usual it is an offering from Emile. The first panel looks like this:








Looking at the artwork, can you guess who was the artist for this strip?

Download the story from Emile's original post here. For those who would love to read this in Spanish, please download the story from here.

Enjoy the story and shower your thanks on Emile.

Venkit

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