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The Marksman

The Marksman was a short story printed in Brown & Watson's 1976 'Planet of the Apes' Annual, featuring the characters from the Planet of the Apes TV series and spot illustrations by John Bolton.

SynopsisEdit

Pete, Alan and Galen are stopped on the road by a gorilla patrol who do not recognise the outlaws. They tell the three that they are about to enter a restricted area and that the gorilla soldiers are not allowed to enter to protect Galen there. Intrigued, they move on and come to a human village with it's prefect's house deserted. The humans there allow Galen and his 'servants' to stay in the house and tell them that the last gorilla prefect left for Central City with a human named Cluf, but Cluf returned alone, with Urko's promise of independence for the human village. Rifle shots can be heard every night and Pete discovers Cluf shooting at a target. When they hear that Zaius and Urko are to visit the experimental village, they suddenly realise Urko's master-plan: he has payed Cluf to shoot Zaius, and with this publicity Urko will take over the government and crush all the humans. They stop Cluf just in time and save Zaius' life. As Urko's gorillas arrive to take away Cluf, the three take to the road again.

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Planet of the Apes (TV Series)
Main Characters
Alan Virdon | Peter Burke | Galen | Urko | Zaius
Supporting Characters
Aboro | Anto | Arn | Arno | Asher | Augustus | Bandor | Barlow | Carsia | Daku | Dalton | Damon | Farrow | Fauna | Gahto | Haman | Hurton | Janor | Jasko | Jason | Jillia | Jones | Kagan | Kava | Kira | Konag | Kraik | Krono | Lafer | Leander | Leuric | Lucian | Macor | Malo | Malthus | Martin | Mason | Mema | Mikal | Miller | Jick Miller | Lisa Miller | Mary Miller | Miro | Moro | Neesa | Olam | Perdix | Polar | Remus | Robar | Romar | Sam | Scientist | Sestus | Soma | Stole | Susan | Talbert | Talia | Tolar | Travin | Turvo | Ullman | Veska | Chris Virdon | Sally Virdon | Wanda | Yalu | Zako | Zandar | Zantes | Zilo | Zon | Zoran
Animals
Horse
Locations
Alpha Centauri | Farrow's Shelter | Central City | Borak | Chalo | Delphi | Hathor | Kaymak | Numai | Trion | Venta | Oakland | San Francisco | Council
Episodes
Escape from Tomorrow | The Gladiators | The Trap | The Good Seeds | The Legacy | Tomorrow's Tide | The Surgeon | The Deception | The Horse Race | The Interrogation | The Tyrant | The Cure | The Liberator | Up Above the World So High
Unmade Episodes
Episode One | Episode Two | A Fallen God | Hostage | The Trek| Freedom Road | The Mine | The Trial
Annual / Comic Strips
Brown & Watson 'Planet of the Apes' Annual, 1975 | Brown & Watson 'Planet of the Apes' Annual, 1976 | Brown & Watson 'Planet of the Apes' Annual, 1977 | Pit Of Doom | The Arsenal | Ship Of Fools | Raiding Party | A Promise Kept | Blow For Blow | Breakout | Depth | Flight From Terror | From Out Of The Past | From Out Of The Sky | Galen's Guerrillas | Journey Into Terror (Brown & Watson) | New Life... On The Old Planet | Power Play | Rockets | Swamped | The Beach Of Time | The Captive | The Circus | The Gods Of The Stars | The Marksman | The Master Of The Forests | The Prophet | The Scavangers | The Wandering Jew | The Zombies | Ultrasonic | When The Earth Shakes | When The Ghosts Walk
Encyclopedias
Planet of the Apes Encyclopedia: The Legacy | Planet of the Apes Encyclopedia: The Surgeon | Planet of the Apes Encyclopedia: Tomorrow's Tide
Audio Episodes
Volcano | Battle of Two Worlds | Dawn of The Tree People | Mountain of The Delphi | Values

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