Collects Dell's Four Color Comics #375, #437, and #488 (orginally published in 1952 and 1953).
*In 1947, Jesse Marsh -- an artist who would inspire generations of comics creators and earn the esteem of professional peers such as industry legends Russ Manning and Alex Toth -- won over millions of readers with his four-color vision of Edgar Rice Burroughs' beloved character Tarzan. To the delight of his readers, Marsh would continue to draw Tarzan comics for the following nineteen years. But his passion for Burroughs' creations wasn't limited to the legendary writer's jungle lord, and in the early 1950s he teamed up with prolific comics writer Paul S. Newman to breathe life into another of Burroughs' beloved heroes: the courageous adventurer John Carter of Mars!
Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter of Mars: The Jesse Marsh Years reprints all three issues of Dell's Four Color Comics: John Carter of Mars series in their entirety and is sure to delight fans of science fiction and Golden Age comics alike! *Source: darkhorse.com