The Legend of Tarzan was a animated television series that spun off the successful animated film Tarzan. Can't say I'm a huge fan of the Disney version of Tarzan (I can say I am a big fan of Tarzan in general, however), I do appreciate the writers of the series mining actual Tarzan mythology as a source for the series. For such a relatively mainstream format to reference Pellucidar as they did, is awesome and unique. Tarzan visited Pellucidar in Edgar Rice Burrough's novels. It was the one book that crossed the Tarzan series with the David Innes Earth's Core series. Tarzan at the Earth's Core was the 13th Tarzan book as well as the 4th Pellucidar book. This episode does not reflect that plot as David Innes, Abner Perry or any native humans appear.
Included is the Phil Collins theme song.
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This is from Pathfinder Gazetteer (page 39 and 40 under the Mammoth Lords) and is repeated in the Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting book:
"Incredible rumors suggest that the beasts that make the realm famous somehow emerged from an impossible underworld with its own false sun, a savage microcosm in which the dinosaurs never died and humans never emerged from their primitive origins. The Pathfinder Society has mounted five expeditions to this rumored inner world, but none of (sic) have ever returned from the country alive."
"Some are said to be so huge that they are themselves inverted worlds, that the denizens walk and live along the inner surface of the vault in defiance of gravity, and that their skies are lit by a glowing orb of brilliance akin to the sun itself floating at the immense cavern's center."As a fan of the D&D Hollow World setting, I really hope to see more of the inner world of Golarion developed. We'll be watching for it.
This episode originally aired in September, 2005 in Justice League Unlimited's 2nd season. It also features Metallo and Silver Banshee. According to Wikipedia, the original title for it was Heart of Stone.
CoolToyReview.com. It looks pretty cool, but the lack of sword, shield and .44 is pretty disappointing.