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Tarzan is a character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs. He first appeared in the 1912 novel Tarzan of the Apes.

Tarzan is identified as a Wold Newton family member in Tarzan Alive (1972).

Tarzan is identified as one of the trainers of Doc Savage in Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life (1973).

Crossovers chronologyEdit

Story Publication Crossovers
c. 6,000,000 BC - Quarb and the War Ball Eerie #98, January 1979 see The Rook
Quarb's companions yell "Kreegah!" and "Bundolo!" while hunting.
c. 1,000,000 BC - The Hunted Caveman Robot Gigantic Mega-Annual 2004, 2004 see Caveman Robot
c. 10,000 BC - Lair of the Beast-Men Conan the Barbarian #2, December 1970 see Conan the Barbarian
c. 10,000 BC - Hadon of Ancient Opar 1974 novel see Hadon of Ancient Opar
c. 10,000 BC - The Song of Kwasin Gods of Opar: Tales of Lost Khokarsa, 2012 see Hadon of Ancient Opar
c. 10,000 BC - A Kick in the Side The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 1: Protean Dimensions, 2010 see Hadon of Ancient Opar
1764-1770 - The Earth Will Shake 1982 novel see The Illuminatus! Trilogy
Sir John Babcock is related to the powerful Greystoke family.
1776-1782 - Nature's God 1991 novel see The Illuminatus! Trilogy
1895 - The Politician, the Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant Resurrected Holmes, 1996 see Sherlock Holmes
1899 - No Ghosts Need Apply The Phantom Chronicles, Volume 2, 2010 see The Phantom
1909 - Le Monstre Tarzan #11-12, May-June 1997 Pablo Picasso
1909 - The Modern Prometheus Tarzan #13-14, August-September 1997 Frankenstein
Arthur Conan Doyle
1909 - Tooth and Nail Tarzan #15-16, September-October 1997 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
1909-1910 - The Return of Tarzan 1913 novel Hadon of Ancient Opar
1910 - Where the Shadows Began... Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 6: Grand Guignol, 2009 see Arsène Lupin
Michel Ardan claims to have visited Opar (however, it is more likely that he had heard vague rumors about it and was slightly embellishing).
1911 - The Case of the Doctor Who Had No Business The Universal Holmes, 2007 see Sherlock Holmes
1913 - Two Hunters Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 3: Danse Macabre, 2007 Judex
Les Vampires
1913 - The Son of Tarzan 1915 novel Sherlock Holmes
1913-1914 - Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar 1916 novel Hadon of Ancient Opar
1914 - Masks of the Illuminati 1981 novel see The Illuminatus! Trilogy
1916 - The Adventure of the Peerless Peer 1974 novel see Sherlock Holmes
1918 - Tarzan: The Dark Heart of Time 1999 novel The Snows of Kilimanjaro
Trader Horn
1920-1921 - Ironcastle 1922 novel see Ironcastle
1925 - Tarzan vs. the Moon Men Tarzan #17-20, December 1997-March 1998 Moon Series
1926 - The Alien Jungle Korak, Son of Tarzan #21, February 1968 Captain Johner
1927 - The Shades of Pemberley Farmerphile #8-9, April-July 2007 see Sexton Blake
1927-1928 - Tarzan at the Earth's Core 1930 novel Pellucidar
1928 - The Castlemaine Murders 2003 novel see Phryne Fisher
1928 - Back to the Stone Age 1937 novel see Pellucidar
1928 - The Mahagga Tarzan #235, February-March 1975 Pellucidar
1928 - Return to Pellucidar Tarzan #238, June 1975 Pellucidar
1929 - Tarzan the Invincible 1931 novel Hadon of Ancient Opar
1929 - Blood Money and Human Bondage Tarzan #15-24, August 1978-May 1979 Cthulhu Mythos
She
1929 - Iron and Bronze Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 5: The Vampires of Paris, 2009 see Ironcastle
1929-1930 - The Drums of Damballah Weird Tales, March 1930 see Jules de Grandin
1930 - The Most Exciting Game Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 5: The Vampires of Paris, 2009 see Tintin
1931 - Tarzan in Savage Pellucidar GN Pellucidar
1935 - Biggles, Air Commodore 1937 novel see Biggles
1935 - Monkeyshines audio drama see Red Panda
1935 - El Rey de la Selva y el Judío Errante 1936 novel The Wandering Jew
1937 - Tarzan and the Silver Globe 1964 novel Hadon of Ancient Opar
1938 - The Plague Doctor Secret Agent X, Volume 2, 2007 see Secret Agent X
Secret Agent X once learned the secrets of rudimentary communication with animals from an English lord living in Africa.
1939 - Captain Spectre webcomic see Captain Spectre
1939 - Batman and Tarzan: Claws of the Cat-Woman Batman/Tarzan: Claws of the Cat-Woman #1-4, September-December 1999 see Batman
1941 - The Mayan Mutations Doc Savage #7, January 1977 see Doc Savage
1942 - The Fiery Menace 1942 novel see Doc Savage
1942 - Baytekin Ile Tarzan Karsi Karsiya Resimli, Heyecanli, Merakli, Macera Romanlari Serisi #11, 1943 Flash Gordon
1942 - Tarzan and Carson of Venus: The Loveking Tarzan/Carson of Venus #1-4, May-August 1998 Carson of Venus
1945 - Tarzan vs. Predator at the Earth's Core Tarzan vs. Predator at the Earth's Core #1-4, January-June 1996 Predator
Pellucidar
1946 - Tarzan and John Carter: Warlords of Mars Tarzan/John Carter: Warlords of Mars #1-4, January-April 1996 John Carter of Mars
1947 - Tarzan in Caspak Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan in The Land that Time Forgot and The Pool of Time, June 1996 The Land That Time Forgot
Lost Horizon
1948 -
Tarzan: The Savage Heart
Tales of Pellucidar
Tarzan: The Savage Heart #1-4, April-July 1999
Dark Horse Presents #143, May 1999
Pellucidar
1948-1955 - Tarzan on Mars unpublished novel John Carter of Mars
1949 - The Vanishing Devil Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 1: The Modern Babylon, 2005 see Doc Savage
1951 - Armaana's Dark Mirror Ki-Gor–Jungle Lord, 2007 see Ki-Gor
1956 - The Ghost Killer Phantom: The Ghost Killer, 2002 see The Phantom
1960 - Dead Moon of Pellucidar 1979 comic strip Pellucidar
1960 - Farewell Pellucidar 1991 novel see Pellucidar
1965 - Tarzan and the Space God 1978 TV episode Star Trek
1967 - Tarzan and the Island of Dr. Morphos 1978 TV episode The Island of Doctor Moreau
1969 - Tarzan and the Monster Men Tarzan Weekly #2-3, June 18-25, 1977 The Monster Men
1970 - An Exclusive Interview with Lord Greystoke The Book of Philip José Farmer, 1973 Philip José Farmer
1971 - The Mchawi's Powers J. T.'s Hundredth, 1979 see Bunduki
1971 - Accident - or Murder? More J. T.'s Ladies, 1987 see Bunduki
1971 - A Good Time Was Had By All Mark Counter's Kin, 1990 see Bunduki
1972 -
Bunduki
Bunduki and Dawn
Sacrifice for the Quagga God
Fearless Master of the Jungle
1975 novel
1976 novel
1976 novel
1980 novel
see Bunduki
1973 - The Evil in Pemberley House 2009 novel see The Evil in Pemberley House
1979 - The Freshman The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, May 1979 see Cthulhu Mythos
Bukawai comes from a long line of African witch doctors (and is implicitly a descendant of Bukawai from Jungle Tales of Tarzan).
1981 - A Scarletin Study The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, March 1975 see Ralph von Wau Wau
1986 - Back to Pellucidar 1987 comic strip Pellucidar
1988 - Return to the Land that Time Forgot 1989 comic strip The Land That Time Forgot
1990 - Doc Wildman: Out of Time Farmerphile #6, October 2006 see Doc Savage
1991 - Love, Lies and the Lost City Tarzan: Love, Lies and the Lost City #1-3, August-October 1992 Hadon of Ancient Opar
1993 - Odyssey 1994-1995 comic strip John Carter of Mars
Pellucidar
Frankenstein
1998 - Tarzan and the New Atlantis 1999 comic strip Hadon of Ancient Opar
Pellucidar
1998 - Angel: City of... 1999 novelization see Buffy the Vampire Slayer
1998 - The Face in the Swamp 1999-2000 comic strip Pellucidar
1999 - The Roof of the World 2000 comic strip Pellucidar
1999 - Flight from Pellucidar 2000 comic strip Pellucidar
2000 - The Ultimate Survivor, or, Tarzan and the Tree of Life 2000-2001 comic strip John Carter of Mars
2000 - Tarzan and Queen Xiona, or, Tarzan and the Face of Death 2001 comic strip John Carter of Mars
2001 - Lost Women of the Moon Fantastic Stories #2, April 2002 see Fantastic Stories
Mogoth challenges Butch with the cry "Kreegh-a! Mogoth Bundolo!"
2003 - The Man of Bronze 2005 novel see Tomb Raider
2266 - How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth 1974 TV episode see Star Trek
The Enterprise crew encounters an alien who had posed as the Mayan god Kukulcan (Tarzan and the Space God).

Crossovers Expanded chronologyEdit

Story Publication Crossovers
10,812-10,810 BC - Exiles of Kho 2012 novel see Hadon of Ancient Opar
1604 - The Last of the Guaranys The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 3: Portraits of a Trickster, 2012 The Guarani
1795 - The Wild Huntsman The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 3: Portraits of a Trickster, 2012 see The Nine
1798 - Marguerite's Tears Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 8: Agents Provocateurs, 2011 see Scarlet Pimpernel
1872 - Return to the Center of the Earth Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 10: Esprit de Corps, 2013
Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 11: Force Majeure, 2014
see Journey to the Center of the Earth
1873 - The Treasure of Everlasting Life Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 9: La Vie en Noir, 2012 see The Wild Wild West
Miguelito Loveless forces a group of Waziri tribesmen to join his expedition to Kor.
1909 - Dangerous Territory Night of the Nyctalope, 2012 see Nyctalope
1917 - The Adventure of the Fallen Stone Sherlock Holmes: The Crossovers Casebook, 2012 see Sherlock Holmes
1925 - Wrestlemania 1992 comic strip John Carter of Mars
1929 - The Judex Codex The Shadow of Judex, 2013 see Martin Mystère
1929 - Tarzan and the Land That Time Forgot The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs, 2013 Pellucidar
1930 - The Tournament of the Treasure Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 9: La Vie en Noir, 2012 see Steve Costigan
1931 - The Hunters Jim Anthony: Super Detective Volume Two, 2010 see Jim Anthony
Kong's unveiling in New York draws a lot of celebrity attention, including that of the Celebrated Feral Child of Africa, who has a personal interest in apes.
1938 - Devil's Dark Harvest The Avenger: The Justice Inc. Files, 2011 see The Avenger
Rode Boeman says he doesn't care if Vannicks is richer than a Stonecraft (James D. Stonecraft is from The Dark Heart of Time).
1941 - The Sky Masters 2009 novel see Hardluck Hannigan
Abigail Grayson is the daughter of Sir Edmond Grayson, the Earl of Graystoke (who is probably a relative of the Duke of Greystoke).
1942 - The Horror of Hyperborea 2014 novel see Thunder Jim Wade
Dirk Marat refers to the time Argyle destroyed an Oparian outpost by accident.
1943 - The Dead World The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs, 2013 see Pellucidar
Innes refers to the Minunians, the Ant Men of Africa (Tarzan and the Ant Men).
1945 - According to Plan of a One-Eyed Trickster The Avenger: Roaring Heart of the Crucible, 2013 see The Avenger
Dr. Walden is renting Stonecraft Castle (the former property of James D. Stonecraft).
1949 - Midnight in Moscow Shadow: Midnight in Moscow #1-6, May-December 2014 see The Shadow
1950 - Tarzan ve Mandrake Mücadelesi 1951 comic Mandrake the Magician
1990 - Bigfoot 1991 comic strip Sherlock Holmes
2001 - Day of the Hunter 2002 comic strip Blackjack
2012 - The Ides of Mars Night of the Nyctalope, 2012 see Nyctalope
Colonel Bozzo says that Burroughs was Greystoke's biographer.

Additional crossovers chronologyEdit

Story Publication Crossovers
c. 10,000 BC - Red Sonja/Tarzan Red Sonja/Tarzan #1-6, 2018 see Red Sonja
1848 - The Awful Orloffs: The Story of a Family [Chapter 1: A Parliament of Counts] Archive of Our Own, 2018 see The Shadow of the Czar
Ivan Russakoff begins living under the name of Rokoff, and eventually has two grandchildren (implied to be Nikolas and Olga Rokoff).
1912 - Jimmie Dale Alias the Gray Seal 2017 novel see Jimmie Dale
1915 - The Hounds of Saint-Augustin Sâr Dubnotal: The Astral Trail, 2015 see Sâr Dubnotal
1919-1928 - Reanimatrix 2016 novel see Cthulhu Mythos
1921-1922 - Red Sonja/Tarzan Red Sonja/Tarzan #1-6, 2018 see Red Sonja
1928 - Ardan at the Pole Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 12: Carte Blanche, 2015 see Doc Savage
Doc Ardan's cousin and his wife (implicitly Tarzan and Jane) allow him to use their home while in Baltimore.
1953 - A Bug's Life Tales of the Shadowmen 15: Trompe l'Oeil, 2018 see Spiridon the Mute
1966 - The Revelation of the Yeti Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 12: Carte Blanche, 2015 see Doctor Omega
Barton Werper is said to be the son of Lieutenant Werper of the Belgian Army (however, he is more likely his grandson). He was granted interviews with Tarzan and used the material to (badly) write stories of his adventures with winged men, the silver globe, the serpent-men, and the yeti. Werper and Doctor Omega, joined by Ki-Gor and Nora, go on a search for the African yeti.
1977 - The Shadow Across 110th Street Waiting, 2017 see Cthulhu Mythos
1977 - Voodoo vs. Cthulhu! Dreaming, 2018 see Cthulhu Mythos
2009 - The Beast Glimmerglass: The Creative Writer's Annual Volume #1, October 2009 see King Kong
Tarzan employed Denham on a documentary expedition to Skull Island back in the 1930s. Kong is also revealed to be the species of giant ape he encountered while in Pellucidar.
 ? - Lost City of Azgara 2013 novel see Rick Steele
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