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Korak, Son of Tarzan (1964) - #37
"The Wrath of the Mullah"
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Cover Date: September 1970
Cover Price: US $ 0.15

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Korak finds a bull albino buffalo that he raised as an orphan, now the leader of a herd. He takes the bull for a ride, and comes upon a shrine, where two females are being attacked by a lion. Korak retaliates, first with his spear and finally with his knife, killing it. Villagers congregate around the scene, and a brutish "Mullah" resents Korak's interference in his plot to kill the wife and daughter of the king that he has already murdered. Princess Atula takes Korak as her personal bodyguard. They all carry the queen high up a steep mountain to the palace on top. She is seriously injured by the lion. The Mullah wants Atula to name him regent but she makes Korak regent instead. Later the Mullah climbs the steep path to the top, in order to confront Atula and threaten her. Korak becomes angered and the Mullah accidentally steps backward off the mountain, falling to his doom. His relatives in the village far below seemed to see Korak push him.They rush up the mountain and arrest the son of Tarzan, locking him in the palace. During the night, Atula goes to his guards to ask for a light for her candle, and she pours drugged wax into the fire, knocking the three out. Atula, Korak and her mother then escape through a secret passage carved from the mountain. As they escape through the village below, a sentry raises the alarm and they are chased into the hill-shrine. Korak calls for his albino buffalo friend with the apecry, and they are rescued by the stampeding herd. Korak leads them on gorgo's back to the nearest medical facility.

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