Tarzan on the Planet of the Apes #3

Writer: Tim Seeley, David Walker Artist: Fernando Dagnino Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: November 30, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
7.7Critic Rating
6.8User Rating

An attack on Ape City has ties to a mysterious event from Tarzan and Caesar's childhood, and the connection reveals a battle much greater than the brothers could have imagined, not to mention new villains and heroes.
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  • 9.2
    Comic Crusaders - Andy Hall Nov 30, 2016

    My one complaint with the series is that the first issue had a story line set in a different timeline where Tarzan protects the humans from the apes on the Planet of the Apes. This story seems to have been dropped from the second and third issues. I am hopeful that Walker and Seeley can tie that thread back in. They have two issues left. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 30, 2016

    A good part of what allows a lot of this to work is the fantastic artwork from Fernando Dagnino. Everything feels blended and connected well and there's a great sense of world building within it all, such as with Ho-Wala and what little we get of Pellucidar that I really want a greater exploration of it all. This series is throwing a whole lot of material at the reader and I imagine a lot of it is going to be missed by many, myself included, because it's a weirdly twisted love story towards the films and properties of so many decades gone by. I can see the love going into it from the team and that's damn infectious as it opens me up to things I hadn't heard about before. The fact I ended up going and talking out the whole series with people that are in my life and from very different experiences with all of this is so rare that it warrants mention and their reaction to how surreal it all sounds was wonderful. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Patrick Larose Nov 30, 2016

    This a good comic created by good writers and artists. The characters are compelling, the underlying setting and themes well-handled and honestly written. The artworks beautiful but there's this giant dinosaur in the room and I have to wonder how we're planning on addressing it. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Geek-O-Rama - David Doub Dec 28, 2016

    I'm loving this story, but I think the multiple reality angle was unnecessary. I just spent two issues accepting that this timeline simply exists. There really wasn't any need to shove other realities in my face, its a tired, overused, gimmick that didn't need to happen here. I'm a bit worried about where the story is going, but we'll see how the next couple issues wrap things up. Read Full Review

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