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Time for the Ape of the Day! Fun fact: Captain America worked as a comic book horror host in the style of the Crypt Keeper and the Old Witch for a few months when the super-soldier serum had worn off. (Fortunately, it turned out he only needed a booster shot.) You may remember his somewhat labored patter: “Hi, kiddies! It’s me, CORPSE-tain A-MORGUE-ica, patri-ROT-ic hero of World War GHOUL! Today’s gruesome goody…”

Bill Everett. Strange Tales 55

Time for the Ape of the Day! Fun fact: During boring meetings, Urko pulled his special hat down over his eyes and napped without anybody realizing.

Time for the Ape of the Day! Fun fact: Though he didn’t like to complain, Monsieur Mallah thought that with a modicum of effort, the Brotherhood of Evil could have found a prettier spot for the group photo.

Tarzan the Ape Man 1932 | Tarzan, l'uomo scimmia - Tarzan the Ape Man (1932) - CIAKHOLLYWOOD

"Then I am to take it that Monsieur Tarzan would prefer to go naked into the jungle, armed only with a jackknife, to kill the king of beasts," laughed the other good naturedly, but with the merest touch of sarcasm in his tone. "And a piece of rope," added Tarzan.” ― Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan of the Apes

Planet Of The Apes Magazine #23, August 1976, Appears NM, but manufactured with interior bottom corner paper chips in the latter part of the issue, Priced as VF, Low Distribution. $19