Master of Adventure: The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs

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The four drawings (which includes the cover) by A1 Williamson and Reed Crandall were created especially for the first edition of this book. The drawings by Crandall alone and those by Frank Frazetta were commissioned for Canaveral Press editions of Burroughs novels that in the end never appeared.

John Carter battles green men of Barsoom Drawing by A1 Williamson and Reed Crandall12
David Innes, hyaenodons, and man-apes of Pellucidar Drawing by Frank Frazetta37
The Land that Time Forgot Drawing by A1 Williamson and Reed Crandall71
A scene from The Moon Men Drawing by Reed Crandall77
A scene from The Red Hawk Drawing by Reed Crandall79
Carson Napier and the klangan of Amtor Drawing by A1 Williamson and Reed Crandall106
David Innes, Jubal the Ugly One, Dian the Beautiful Drawing by Frank Frazetta135
A Mahar casts her sinister spell Drawing by Frank Frazetta153
Jacket design for a proposed edition of Pellucidar Drawing and design by Frank Frazetta171
David Innes faces a labyrinthodon in Pellucidar Drawing by Frank Frazetta198
David Innes, a hydrophidian, Ja the Mezop Drawing by Frank Frazetta209

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