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
In this book Tarzan must track down an imposter who is besmirching the good name of Tarzan, and it’s at this point we have to start wondering if there aren’t more people in Africa that look like Tarzan than those who don’t.
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 radio play it was based on was called Tarzan and the Diamond of Asher, written…
Originally published as a six part serial called Tarzan and the Immortal Men, and released in Blue Book Magazine through 1935 and 1936, this book would be the last time we see Jane as a major character.
Tarzan has taken on many villains over the years, and in most cases they are fictional creations from lost cities or are villainous treasure hunters, but in Tarzan and the Leopard Men we get our hero tangling with a secret cult that actually operated in West Africa in early-to-mid 20th Century.