|Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs||1|
|Tarzan on the Planet of the Apes by Tim Seeley|
|The Return of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs||2|
|The Beasts of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs||3|
|The Son of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs||4|
|Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar by Edgar Rice Burroughs||5|
|Jungle Tales of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs||6|
|Tarzan the Untamed by Edgar Rice Burroughs||7|
|Tarzan the Terrible by Edgar Rice Burroughs||8|
|Tarzan and the Golden Lion by Edgar Rice Burroughs||9|
|Tarzan and the Ant Men by Edgar Rice Burroughs||10|
|Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle by Edgar Rice Burroughs||11|
|Tarzan and the Lost Empire by Edgar Rice Burroughs||12|
|Tarzan at the Earth's Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs||13|
|Tarzan the Invincible by Edgar Rice Burroughs||14|
|Tarzan Triumphant by Edgar Rice Burroughs||15|
|Tarzan and the City of Gold by Edgar Rice Burroughs||16|
|Tarzan and the Lion Man by Edgar Rice Burroughs||17|
|Tarzan and the Leopard Men by Edgar Rice Burroughs||18|
|Tarzan's Quest by Edgar Rice Burroughs||19|
|Tarzan and the Forbidden City by Edgar Rice Burroughs||20|
|Tarzan the Magnificent by Edgar Rice Burroughs||21|
|Tarzan and "The Foreign Legion" by Edgar Rice Burroughs||22|
|Tarzan and the Madman by Edgar Rice Burroughs||23|
|Tarzan and the Castaways by Edgar Rice Burroughs||24|
|Tarzan: The Lost Adventure by Edgar Rice Burroughs||25|
|The Tarzan Twins by Edgar Rice Burroughs||Children's version, not usually counted with the main series|
|Tarzan of the Apes The First Three Novels, Barnes and Noble Collectible Editions - Bonded Leather by Edgar Rice Burroughs||Omnibus 1-3|
|Tarzan of the Apes | The Return of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 1-2|
|Tarzan of the Apes & Other Tales: Centenary Edition by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 1-6|
|Tarzan 2-in-1 (The Beasts of Tarzan/The Son of Tarzan) (Tarzan the Classics) by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 3-4|
|Tarzan 2-in-1 (Tarzan & the Jewels of Opar and Jungle Tales of Tarzan) (Tarzan) by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 5-6|
|Tarzan 2-in-1 (Tarzan the Untamed & Tarzan the Terrible) (Tarzan the Classics) by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 7-8|
|Tarzan 2-in-1 (Tarzan and the Golden Lion & Tarzan and the Ant Men) (Tarzan) by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 9-10|
|Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle and Tarzan and the Lost Empire by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 11-12|
|Tarzan 2-in-1 (Tarzan at the Earth's Core/Tarzan the Invincible) (Tarzan , No 13&14) by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 13-14|
|Tarzan of the Apes | The Son of Tarzan | Tarzan at the Earth's Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs||Omnibus 1,4,13|
|Tarzan of the Apes | The Son of Tarzan | Tarzan at the Earth's Core | Tarzan Triumphant by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 1,4,13,15|
|TARZAN OF THE APES SERIES - Complete Collection: 25 Novels in One Volume (Illustrated) by Edgar Rice Burroughs||omnibus 1-22;24|
|Tarzan and the Lost Safari by Edgar Rice Burroughs||movie novelization|
|Korak: Son of Tarzan  #4 by Chase Craig||Korak:Son of Tarzan #4|
|Korak: Son of Tarzan  #42 by Gaylord DuBois||Korak:Son of Tarzan #42|
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The life and adventures of a man who was raised by apes when his parents were marooned and killed by wild animals on a remote shoreline of Africa.
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