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    Posted: 06-Mar-2012 at 21:32
100 years ago...the great mind of ER Burroughs, first flashed it's brilliance in the pages of the All Story/Argosy Magazine..with the creation of John Carter. He has never died (much like Tarzan) and most recently is appearing in film. His story has been told in and film.
He can be attributed as one of the first of the great Sword and Fantasy (with minor elements of SciFi thrown in) hero's that influenced many authors to follow.
To a little long gone.... waiting for the 'bookmobile' out of Dalhart.... John Carter was always Christmas come early on the high and lonely lonesome.
Happy Birthday John Carter.
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  Quote red clay Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-Mar-2012 at 09:59
Hadn't seen John Carter since the early years of "Heavy Metal".
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