Are you ready for the next chapter of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ The Land That Time Forgot? American Mythology Productions releases a 32-page comics featuring characters from the original series.

“This is not an adaptation, or a reimagining. It remains absolutely faithful to the source material, with a new twist,” said Michael Bornstein, Publisher of American Mythology. “Each creator participating in the program is a huge fan of the series, which is a direct sequel to the novels, and it shows in their work.”

“One hundred years ago, shipbuilder Bowen Tyler, a handful of British allies, and the crew of the German U-33 submarine were lost at sea, drifting near the Antarctic Circle. What they discovered was something that defied time, and all of known science: the island of Caspak! Hidden inside impregnable rock walls lay a prehistoric world, filled with terrifying creatures, man-eaters from every era of time, and races of savage, murderous primitives from each rung of the evolutionary ladder. Inexplicably, the island was never again found, and the stories of the survivors of Caspak were considered fantasy,” said Mike Wolfer.

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The first issue will be written by Mike Wolfer with art by Giancarlo Caracuzzo, and is set to arrive in July

via American Mythology Productions

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