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5 days agoHumor / odd : HiLobrow

Edgar Rice Burroughs's AT THE EARTH'S CORE

Born This Day: Doug McLure

Greatest movie poster ever? Actor Doug Mclure (May 11, 1935 – February 5, 1995) takes a bow here for playing Bowen Tyler in the film adaptations of Edgar Rice Burroughs books, At the Earth’s Core, The Land That Time Forgot, and The People That Time Forgot.

Mars may have had more water than the Arctic Ocean

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

In Edgar Rice Burroughs's Barsoom novels, Earthman John Carter's adventures took place on the dry beds of Mar's ancient oceans. Now NASA scientist's say that may not be so far fetched. Though they haven't found signs of any thoats, they...Show More Summary

We Want You to Have a Gorgeous Piece of Frank Frazetta Art

This year during SXSW in Austin, filmmaker Robert Rodriguez will unveil an amazing collection of art from the legendary Frank Frazetta, whose work not only defined the look of a number of properties — including Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan and John...Show More Summary

IN THE MAIL: The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs. Plus, today only at Amazon: Up to 75% off Kin…

IN THE MAIL: The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs. Plus, today only at Amazon: Up to 75% off Kindle Books.

John Carter Film

5 months agoArts : Coxsoft Art News

Amidst all the repeats and festive dross on British TV, I've actually found a premiere! John Carter (2012) is based on the first of Edgar Rice Burroughs' series of Mars fantasy novels A Princess of Mars (1917). It stars Taylor Kitsch as John Carter and Lynn Collins as Princess Dejah Thoris, the exotic beauty who captivates Carter. Show More Summary

Ron Marz Creates An Archvillain For "John Carter"

Ron Marz discusses the new ideas and new threats arriving to the world of Edgar Rice Burroughs in Dynamite's relaunched "Warlord of Mars."

Is It Too Late for a Tarzan Makeover?

6 months agoNews : The Daily Beast

One hundred years after Edgar Rice Burroughs’s first Tarzan novel appeared, the famous ape-man has turned into an awkward symbol of political incorrectness.

There May Be Hope For John Carter Just Yet

The rights for the legendary sci-fi story are now free for another movie Film John Carter Disney pixar Finding Nemo Edgar Rice Burroughs

There May Be Hope For John Carter Just Yet

The rights for the legendary sci-fi story are now free for another movie Film John Carter Disney pixar Finding Nemo Edgar Rice Burroughs

There May Be Hope For John Carter Just Yet

The rights for the legendary sci-fi story are now free for another movie Film John Carter Disney pixar Finding Nemo Edgar Rice Burroughs

There May Be Hope For John Carter Just Yet

The rights for the legendary sci-fi story are now free for another movie Film John Carter Disney pixar Finding Nemo Edgar Rice Burroughs

There May Be Hope For John Carter Just Yet

The rights for the legendary sci-fi story are now free for another movie Film John Carter Disney pixar Finding Nemo Edgar Rice Burroughs

There May Be Hope For John Carter Just Yet

The rights for the legendary sci-fi story are now free for another movie Film John Carter Disney pixar Finding Nemo Edgar Rice Burroughs

There May Be Hope For John Carter Just Yet

The rights for the legendary sci-fi story are now free for another movie Film John Carter Disney pixar Finding Nemo Edgar Rice Burroughs

There May Be Hope For John Carter Just Yet

The rights for the legendary sci-fi story are now free for another movie Film John Carter Disney pixar Finding Nemo Edgar Rice Burroughs

SDCC: What's New with Tarzan, John Carter & Edgar Rice Burroughs?

At Comic-Con International, fans gathered to learn what's next for the heroes and strange lands created by the legendary Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Radium Age: Context (3)

9 months agoHumor : HiLobrow

Edgar Rice Burroughs's "Barsoom" hardcovers

Ron Marz To Write Dynamite's "John Carter: Warlord of Mars"

The first collaborative series between Dynamite and the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate will feature a writer familiar to the publisher and "John Carter of Mars."

40 Frazetta book covers at once

10 months agoHumor : Boing Boing

I've owned almost all of these Frazetta books, at one time or another. My favorites are probably the hardback editions of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Mars series that the Science Fiction Book club published in the mid-1970s. (via Wonderful, Beautiful, and Strange Finds)

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