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    Hi!
    For your perusing pleasure, I've posted a dozen comics featuring the iconic Big Ape Atop the Empire State image of the King on my fbook page, https://www.facebook.com/pg/Walking-...22362321186052
    Here's one--kong 7.jpg
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    King Kong Escapes (1967)



    During a research expedition in their submarine the Explorer, a United Nations crew led by Commander Carl Nelson encounters the legendary giant ape King Kong living on the remote Mondo Island. Meanwhile, the evil scientist Dr. Who has completed his own mechanical duplicate of Kong: Mechani-Kong. Who intends to use the electronic robot to mine the deadly Element X for his benefactor Madame Piranha, but when Mechani-Kong fails he decides to kidnap the real Kong to do the job himself. It is up to Nelson, Lt. Commander Jiro Nomura, and Lieutenant Susan Watson to foil Who's plan and help Kong escape, which leads to a final confrontation in Tokyo between Kong and his robot doppelganger.





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    King Kong of Skull Island: Exodus



    King Kong of Skull Island - Part 1: Exodus, reveals the hidden history of the spectacular Tagatu civilization, the origins of the mighty Kongs and the strange, ancient interactions that enabled their survival in the midst of global catastrophe. Facing impossible obstacles, the remarkable exodus of an entire civilization unfolds against a cataclysmic backdrop, leading to an unlikely destination: Skull Island.

    The survivors confront the indigenous, pseudo-sentient population of terrifying saurians called "Deathrunners," led by a god-like carnosaur of titanic size and ferocity, a beast the Tagatu call "Gaw." Unless a Wall can be built quickly enough to cope with these and other physical, psychological, and philosophical challenges, the unimaginable dangers of Skull Island threaten to wipe the Kongs and the Tagatu from the face of the earth...


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    King Kong of Skull Island: The Wall






    King Kong of Skull Island - Part 2: The Wall reveals the astonishing history of Skull Island after the arrival of the first human civilization, the Tagatu, accompanied by the prehistoric Kongs. Their penultimate war for species survival versus the island's forward-evolved denizens and their super-saurian queen, Gaw, explodes against the backdrop of the building of the iconic Wall that still spans island's peninsula.

    Millennia before the Golden Ages of Egypt and Greece, a uniquely marvelous race of humans existed on the shores of what today is a portion of the northern rim of the Indian Ocean, on the northeast side of the Andaman Sea.

    They called themselves the Tagatu. They could have-perhaps would have-ruled the world.

    And then they vanished.

    Their former greatness and their relationship to the giant species of anthropoids known as the Kongs are only hinted at in a colossal Wall that still spans the peninsula of Skull Island. How did the Tagatu come to live on that prehistoric island, and how could they have built such a Wall in the midst of so many terrifyingly powerful dinosaurs?


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