The First Fully Illustrated Ki-Gor Bibliography Online

As of today, the Ki-Gor Project has become the first online Ki-Gor bibliography to be fully illustrated with all the covers to the original pulps. A big thanks to everybody who helped out with this project.

To celebrate, I’ve added a Ki-Gor Cover Gallery to the menu.


~ by petercurrane on August 27, 2007.

3 Responses to “The First Fully Illustrated Ki-Gor Bibliography Online”

  1. Great work. The most complete Ki-Gor resource I’ve seen on the web.

    One clarification — the two Caravan of Terrors actually have different content. The first one, from 1943 is the real deal. The second, from Winter of ’53 is actually the same text as Ki-Gor and the Cannibal Kingdom.

    How many of these things have you actually read? My friends Andy Beau and John Hocking and I have been keeping track of the “good ones.” About two-thirds of them are pretty wretched, and about one third are a whole lot of pulp fun.

  2. Hi! Here’s an oddity you might find interesting. The figure of Ki-gor on the cover of the Winter 1941 issue of Jungle Stories by George Gross was also used on the cover of the 1973 Grosset & Dunlap edition of Tarzan of the Apes, also by George Gross. Other than the figures, nothing else is the same.

  3. I hope you don’t mind me posting these questions here. I posted them on a help thread but havent seen any response yet. Click

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