Offered for sale is original art from Ka-Zar #13 (December 1975), featuring the main character trapped among the mysterious Lizard-Men, and is also of note as the legendary John Romita Sr. Is credited with doing art fixes and touch-ups on the page (see bio info below). The art measures 16" x 10.5", is in "FINE" condition, and very suitable for framing / display.Feel free to contact with further questions and thanks for looking! Kevin Plunder, the second Ka-Zar, battles dinosaurs. Lord of the Hidden Jungle. Great hunter, trapper, fisherman, forager, and survivalist Enhanced physical attributes Carries various weapons Ability to communicate with some animals. Is the name of two jungle. Dwelling fictional comic book characters published in the United States. The first Ka-Zar was named David Rand. And debuted in 1936, first appearing in pulp magazines. In 1939 he was adapted for his second iteration, a comic book. The 1930s and 1940s predecessor of Marvel Comics. The second and more prominent Ka-Zar was named Kevin Plunder , and first appeared in 1965. He is a heroic character appearing in American comic books.
Cover to the X-Men #10 the first appearance of Ka-Zar and his sabretooth tiger. The second Ka-Zar started as a similar character, but reminiscent of both Tarzan. And of writer-artist Joe Kubert.
#10 (March 1965), he lives in the dinosaur. Which was hidden beneath Antarctica.
The character was based on his pulp magazine namesake only to the extent that he used the same name and rough "jungle lord" concept, and Lee has admitted that he had never even read any of the original Ka-Zar stories. Originally written as a primitive and belligerent savage who spoke in broken English, Ka-Zar later became more articulate and civilized, although he retained a certain degree of distrust toward civilization and was generally wary of outside visitors to the Savage Land. Kevin Plunder refers to himself as the "Lord of the Savage Land, " a phrase others have adopted, but this is not a formal title.
Ka-Zar's first solo story was published in Marvel Super-Heroes #19 (1969), and the character had features in the black-and-white magazine Savage Tales. And the color title Astonishing Tales. And the fifth in 2011 (5 issue miniseries) written by Paul Jenkins. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. At the 2006 San Diego Comic-Con.
1979 Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame. 2, including John Romita Jr. Often credited as simply John Romita. Artist best known for his work on Marvel Comics. And for co-creating the character The Punisher.He was inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame. Romita is the father of John Romita Jr. Also a comic-book artist, and husband of Virginia Romita, for many years Marvel's traffic manager. The item "Ka-Zar #13 Original Comic Art 1975 Vintage Marvel Bronze Age Page John Romita" is in sale since Wednesday, February 13, 2019.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Comics\Original Comic Art\Interior Pages". The seller is "graphxfan" and is located in Petaluma, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.