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The Warlord of Mars: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review

To paraphrase Mario Bros “Thank you John Carter! But our Princess is in another castle!” That line pretty much sums up the plot for this final installment in the opening trilogy of the Barsoom series.

The Gods of Mars: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review

The Gods of Mars is considered by most to be the best of the Barsoom series; it fleshes out the hero, introduces new races and gives us more history of the planet, all that and it’s also one of the…
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A Princess of Mars: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review

When one thinks of Edgar Rice Burroughs the character of Tarzan readily leaps to mind, but everyone’s favorite ape man was not the first creation of Burroughs, that would be the legendary adventurer John Carter and his awesome stories of…
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The Oakdale Affair: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review

Originally under the working title Bridge and the Oskaloosa Kid this book is one of the few contemporary thrillers by Burroughs, a partial sequel to the much loved The Mucker, and was published in Blue Book Magazine in March of…
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Tarzan and the Castaways: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review

Tarzan and the Castaways is the last book to be published containing stories of the Ape Man’s jungle adventures and is not so much a novel as it is a collection of short stories

Tarzan and the Foreign Legion: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review

Tarzan is no novice when it comes to war, in Tarzan the Untamed he mowed down countless Germans during WWI, but in Tarzan and the Foreign Legion we get a book that feels like more a military adventure story than…
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Tarzan the Magnificent: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review

Tarzan the Magnificent is actually two stories originally published separately; Tarzan and the Magic Men was published as a three part serial in the pages of Argosy Weekly in 1936 while Tarzan and the Elephant Men was a three part…
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Tarzan and the Forbidden City: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review

Originally published as The Red Star of Tarzan as a six part serial in the pages of Argosy Magazine 1938 this story has the unique distinction of starting out as a radio play, and only later adapted by Burroughs. The…
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Suicide Squad (2016) – Review

Doing a team-up film is tough, doing a team-up film based on a plethora of colourful comic book characters is even tougher, and you’d think after the disaster that was the 1997 Batman & Robin and all the negative feedback…
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