The first issue of LORD OF THE JUNGLE showed us the early days of the man who would become known as Tarzan. If you missed it, be sure to check out the Writer's Cut of the first issue with commentary by writer Arvid Nelson.
Now that Tarzan has been left without parents, what happens next?
LORD OF THE JUNGLE #2
32 pages FC • $3.99 • Mature
Written by ARVID NELSON
Art by ROBERTO CASTRO
Covers by LUCIO PARRILLO (50%), PAUL RENAUD (50%),
FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA (1-in-10)
“Virgin Art” Retailer incentive cover by LUCIO PARRILLO
“Jungle Green” Retailer incentive cover by PAUL RENAUD
“Virgin Art” Retailer incentive cover by PAUL RENAUD
“Virgin Art” Retailer incentive cover by FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA
The year is 1909. Bloodthirsty mutineers have seized the beautiful Jane Porter and her father. The cutthroats are lying low on the coast of the Belgian Congo as they squabble over a mysterious chest Jane and her father risked their lives for. Cecil Clayton, heir apparent to the title of Lord Greystoke, is with them, searching for a long-lost uncle who disappeared on the very shores he and the Porters find themselves on. Fortunately for the hostages, they've stumbled onto the hunting grounds of pulp fiction's greatest hero! Could there be a connection to their mysterious protector and Clayton's missing relative? Find out in Lord of the Jungle Issue 2: The Forest God!
To find out what happens next, be sure to pick up the issue in stores tomorrow, February 29, 2012.
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