During the 1945-1947 interlude, due to a dispute with his syndicate, Hogarth moved over to the Robert Hall Syndicate, where he created 'Drago', the adventures of a young Argentine nobleman battling post war Nazis in South America. While being in his second run on 'Tarzan', he additionally created 'Miracle Jones' for United Features, his first and only humorous series. In 1950 he completely abandoned his own comics production, to devote all his time to teaching at the Cartoonists and Illustrators School (later the School of Visual Arts), which he had founded with Silas Rhodes back in 1947. Hogarth taught at this school until 1970, and also authored a series of books on drawing and anatomy.
In 1972, years after his final professional comics work, Hogarth returned to the field with a new 'Tarzan' book, adapting Burroughs first novel, 'Taran of the Apes'.
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Tarzan and the Renegade ~ Oct. 7, 1968 - Oct. 18, 1969
Ch. 1: Tarzan and the Pallids of Pal-Ul-Don
Ch. 2: Tarzan and the Tyrannosaurs
Ch. 3: Tarzan and the Winged Men of Pal-Ul-Don
Ch. 4: Tarzan and the Tor-O-Dons
Korak's Story (Gryf Worshippers) ~ Oct. 29, 1968 - Jan. 03, 1969
Tarzan and the Renegade-ch 5-the Magii of Pal-Ul-Don ~ Jan. 5, 1969 - May 23, 1970
Tarzan and the Stone Pharaoh ~ May 25, 1970 - Jan. 02, 1971
Korak and Pasha Rochi ~ Jan. 4, 1971 - March 11, 1971
Tarzan and the Cult of the Mahar ~ March 12, 1971 - July 31, 1971
Korak and the White Water Runner ~ Aug. 2, 1971 - Nov. 20, 1971
Tarzan Returns to the Earth's Core ~ Nov. 22, 1971 - July 29, 1972
The story features a number of characters based on those from the original series by Hergé, notably Tintin himself and Captain Haddock (referred to only as 'the Captain'), but not the original themes or plot. The story tracks Tintin's development from a disaffected, shoplifting youth to a revolutionary leader.
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When people go missing, The Phantom finds himself drawn into what appears to be a slave trade ring, but turns out to be far more insidious. Can The Ghost Who Walks overcome The Eastern Dark, or will the sun set on our hero once and for all?
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