Tarzan: Return to Pal-ul-don, an adventure by Will Murray




The conflagration that was World War II has engulfed the continent of Africa. Responding to the global Nazi menace, John Clayton, Lord Greystoke, enlists in the Royal Air Force with the intention of becoming a combat fighter pilot.

But his superiors have other plans for him. Assigned to rescue a missing Military Intelligence officer known only as Ilex, Flying Officer Clayton searches the African skies for Ilex’s downed aircraft. After crash landing, Clayton finds himself marooned in a prehistoric land and reverts to the primitive, becoming once again Tarzan the Terrible!

Orphaned in the African jungle, raised by a tribe of great apes, young John Clayton grew into manhood without any human contact. Struggling for survival, became Tarzan of the Apes, only to discover his true heritage in England.

At home in civilization and as well as the most savage jungle, John Clayton, Lord Greystoke, dwells in two worlds, but belongs wholly to neither of them.

Tarzan of the Apes was the creation of Edgar Rice Burroughs, one of the bestselling authors of imaginative fiction ever to live. For over a century, the immortal ape-man has enthralled generations as one of the first successful multi-media characters ever conceived. Now the Lord of the Jungle returns in the new series of exploits that can only be called the Wild Adventures of Tarzan!