ohotmupartyMAN-APES race

ClassificationSub-species of humanity/"Hidden races"

Location/Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
    formerly mobile
across the Savage Land, Antarctica

Type of Government: Tribal, highly primitive

Known MembersKu-La (deceased), Ku-La's unidentified mate, Maa-Gor, Maa-Gor's unidentified mate, Michael, Zodan; unidentified cave-girls; unidentified cave-women
    the members of many of the mutated races of Pangea (at least the Aerians, Botor, and Tubanti) were apparently originally Man-Apes (see comments);
    it is unrevealed whether the Tribe of Fire were Man-Apes are not (for now, they are considered separate)

Affiliations: Ka-Zar, Shanna, Zabu;
    formerly members of the 
Botor/Tree People, Pterons, Sun People, Swamp-Men, Zebra People

EnemiesLukanura tribe, Lord (Robert) Plunder, saber-toothed tigers, Skrulls;
    formerly Ka-Zar, Zabu

First AppearanceX-Men I#10 (March, 1965)

Powers/Abilities: The Man-Apes had no superhuman abilities, although they tended to be relatively strong and fit from hunting and fighting with their hands +/- spears. 

    They used stone spears, could start and maintain fires, and they eventually learned to make traps, such as something comparable to a Bermese tiger trap (a pit filled with spikes), and a hinged spiked trap that would slam down on a tiger's paw.

    Maa-Gor carried a large war club, while Michael carried a large battleaxe.

Traits: The Man-Apes were sterotypical caveman, largely dominated by their egos and ids (they took what they wanted), although they did work together to accomplish goals. 

    They were somewhat bellicose

Type:  Bilaterally symmetric humanoid bipeds
Eyes
: Two (on head; presumably spans a range similar to homo sapiens)
Fingers
: Four (plus opposing thumb)
Toes
: Five
Skin color: Pink
Average height: Approximately 5'10"

KTS15-2-p1History:

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition#19: Savage Land Race: Man-Apes) - The Man-Apes were primitive, savage cave dwellers who had not yet evolved into true human beings (in fact, it is likely that they were not members of the species Homo sapiens)

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition#19: Savage Land Race) - Into the Savage Land, the Nuwali brought the Man-Apes, an evolutionary forebear of Homo sapiens, and early examples of Homo sapiens itself. 

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition#19: Savage Land Race: Man-Apes) - The Man-Apes were the first humanoid beings native to Earth to occupy the Savage Land.

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe#9: Savage Land and Pangea / Ka-Zar the Savage#31 (fb) / Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition#19: Savage Land Race: Man-Apes) - Atlantean settlers plucked unsuspecting Man-Apes from the Savage Land into Pangea. The Atlanteans used the technology left behind by the Nuwali to genetically alter the bodies of the Man-Apes into such exotic forms as bird people (Aerians), fish people (Tubanti), and monkey people (Botor, aka Tree People) to serve as laborers.

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition#19: Savage Land Race: Man-Apes) - The members of Maa-Gor's tribe were believed to have been the last living Man-Apes in the Savage Land.

KTS15-2-p3-generals(Ka-Zar: Lord of the Hidden Jungle#3 (fb) - BTS) <Eons ago> - Many Man-Apes were bold enough to venture into the Place of Mists, but when none returned, few dared to enter thereafter.

(
Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2 (fb) - BTS) - Due to Maa-Gor's great size and strength, his tribesmen indulged his bipolar behavior and outbursts.

(Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2 (fb)) - When young tribesmen challenged Maa-Gor, they were typically swiftly dispatched, sometimes with only minor injuries.

(Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2 (fb)) - Maa-Gor found his mate in the arms of Ku-La, his second-in-command. 

    Although Ku-La had hidden Maa-Gor's club, Maa-Gor simply used Ku-La as a club, smashing his skull against the cave floor.

    That event inspired one of Maa-Gor's worst rage-fueled binges, and he immediately ordered his front rank soldiers put to death, driving them off a cliff. 

    This led to a nearly-fatal loss of manpower to the Man-Apes.

    While none of the tribesmen dared to directly oppose Maa-Gor, some women brutally fought back against his advances, which often led him to strike back lethally against them.

    When Maa-Gor ordered all of the women put to death, the other tribesmen questioned their choice in leader. When Maa-Gor decided to stay home with Ku-La's widow, this allowed the other soldiers to hide the women in the bull rushes unitl Maa-Gor's mood became more tractable.

KTS15-2-p5-party    The next day, all having been forgiven, Maa-Gor celebrated by holding a massive hunt in preparation for a night of food and orgy. While the hunt was very successful, Maa-Gor slew a hunter who brought home a larger kill than him. The party was successful as primeval  evenings go, with the game being prepared and served, bonfires built, cave ladies thrown in the air, and a good time had by all. 

  The chief cook went back to the larder to find the last antelope carcass (Maa-Gor's) being casually devoured by a family of fat-bellied sabre-tooth tigers. Thus informed, Maa-Gor ordered the extermination of all the jungle's saber-tooths. 

    Though the drunken Maa-Gor passed out immediately thereafter, he awoke with both a splitting headache and a rage against the saber-tooths that approached true insanity.

(Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2 (fb) - BTS) - Although the saber-tooths initially slew the Man-Apes who challenged them, the tribesmen became more cunning and began to outwit the tigers, such as leading them into pits filled with pointed sticks or trapping them against a rocky bluff and driving off the edge with their spears.

sabretooth trapped(Astonishing Tales I#11 (fb) - BTS) - Within a few years, the Man-Apes hunted the saber-toothed tigers to near extinction, leaving Zabu all alone.sabertooths forced off cliffs

(Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2 (fb) - BTS) - Zabu's mother, brothers, sisters, and eventually his mate perished as the Man-Apes' hands.

(Astonishing Tales I#11 (fb)) - After Robert, Lord Plunder returned to the Savage Land with his 9-year-old son, Kevin, Robert's voice was heard (although not understood) by Maa-Gor and his Man-Apes tribe, who stalked the pair, unaware that they were, in turn, being stalked by the saber-toothed tiger Zabu. 

    As Lord Plunder began to discuss his plans to master the world via the Anti-Metal (Antarctic Vibranium) present there, he was slain by a spear hurled by Maa-Gor or one of the Man-Apes. As Maa-Gor grabbed and threatened to kill the young Kevin, the boy was saved by Zabu, who knocked Maa-Gor away with a powerful leap. 

(Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2 (fb)) - The Man-Apes fled as Zabu made a short rush at them; they assumed Maa-Gor would perish at the sabre-tooth's hands.
    When Maa-Gor attempted to stab Zabu from behind, the young Kevin used his father's pistol to shoot Maa-Gor in his left shoulder.

(Astonishing Tales I#11 (fb)) - Having already bonded, Kevin leapt atop Zabu's back, and Zabu leapt away. 

(Astonishing Tales I#11 (fb) - BTS) - Maa-Gor apparently lost his left eye, leaving it closed over by skin, from Zabu's talons when he knocked Maa-Gor away.

(Ka-Zar the Savage#22/2 (fb)) - Maa-Gor caught up with Kevin and Zabu, the latter of whom had just had his right front leg caught in one of the Man-Apes' spike traps after saving Kevin from drowning following a fall off of a cliff while being threatened by a pteranodon. With Kevin still unconscious and and an exhausted Zabu trapped, Maa-Gor raised his flint-tipped spear for the kill. 

(Ka-Zar the Savage#23/2 (fb)) - Maa-Gor stabbed Zabu in the chest, seemingly killing him. He then decided to raise Kevin as his own, feeling that he would strike awe into others with his yellow-haired son, which no one else had. 

    That evening, the tribewomen nursed Kevin back into consciousness, feeding him antelope blood stew, adorning him in a robe, and giving him a war club. The still stuporous Kevin sat at Maa-Gor's side during a feast celebrating Maa-Gor's conquest.

(Astonishing Tales I#11 (fb) - BTS / Ka-Zar the Savage#26/2 (fb) - BTS) - The Man-Apes named Kevin "Ka-Zar" -- meaning "son of the tiger" -- as he had been saved from their bloodlust and been adopted by the saber-tooth tiger Zabu.

(Ka-Zar the Savage#24/2 (fb) - BTS) - Maa-Gor taught Ka-Zar to hurl his war spear with deadly accuracy.

(Ka-Zar the Savage#24/2 (fb)) - The Man-Apes captured a member of their bitter enemies, the local warring Lukanura tribe, bitter enemies of the Man-Apes. Maa-Gor guided the still-dazed Ka-Zar to kill the prisoner.

(Ka-Zar the Savage#24/2 (fb) - BTS) - One of the Man-Apes observed as Zabu began to recover from his nearly fatal wounds.

(Ka-Zar the Savage#25/2 (fb)) - Maa-Gor's pleasure with Ka-Zar's recent kill turned to rage when one of the Man-Apes reported Zabu's survival, and Maa-Gor led Ka-Zar back to Zabu to finish him off. 

(Ka-Zar the Savage#26/2 (fb)) - Ka-Zar feigned killing Zabu, but instead freed him. Maa-Gor leapt backwards to escape Zabu's claws, and Ka-Zar stabbed Maa-Gor in the foot, allowing he and Zabu time to flee.AstT11

(Ka-Zar the Savage#26/2 (fb)) - Kevin accepted that he was no longer the boy Kevin, but the man Ka-Zar.

(Astonishing Tales I#11 (fb)) - The Man-Apes hurled spears ineffectually and chased after the pair until they entered the shadowed "Place of Mists," which the Man-Apes feared to enter (see comments).death

(Astonishing Tales I#11 (fb) - BTS) - After Ka-Zar had grown to manhood, the pair emerged from the Place of Mists, and Ka-Zar's prowess swiftly became legend.

(Astonishing Tales I#11 (fb)) - Maa-Gor forced the straggling remnants of the once-numerous Man-Apes tribe to follow him in his single-minded pursuit of vengeance, not even allow the seeking of mates for the tribesmen. 

    Any who voiced protest was swiftly slain by Maa-Gor's club, and so the Man-Apes followed Maa-Gor; they knew better than to even cringe in horror at the kill cries of Ka-Zar or Zabu.

    Despite the hunt, Maa-Gor and the Man-Apes did not find them for a significant time period.

    Finally, one day, the Man-Apes located Ka-Zar and Zabu, and they pursued their quarry. 

    Sensing the Man-Apes' approach via their scent, Ka-Zar recognized there was too many to fight, and he led Zabu to flee. 

    Though the Man-Apes shouted for Ka-Zar's death, and though Ka-Zar felt a desire for revenge for his father's death, Ka-Zar paused and spoke to the Man-Apes, telling him he and Zabu had no quarrell with them. His diplomatic efforts were cut short by spears hurled by the Man-Apes, and he realized that only death would sate the Man-Apes' thirst that day. 

    Upon reaching the top of the mountain where the clumsy Man-Apes could not climb, Ka-Zar decided that since the Man-Apes were so like him in form that he would try to appeal to them once more. Showing them he held no weapon, he asked that Maa-Gor do the same and that they might forget the past. 

    The Man-Apes paused briefly and perhaps if Maa-Gor had not been there to goad them on they might have listened to reason, but Maa-Gor was there, and an eager young warrior hurled his spear, striking Zabu in his right shoulder. Ka-Zar pulled out the spear and appreciated that Zabu would live but would not be able to climb or flee. 

    Resolving that he did want vengeance after all, Ka-Zar braced himself and pushed a large rock down towards the Man-Apes below, and it brought more rock with it, crushing and burying the Man-Apes...all save Maa-Gor himself. 

    As Maa-Gor looked around, Ka-Zar -- as he leapt at him -- assured him all the rest were dead, as he should be. 

    Ultimately, Ka-Zar spared Maa-Gor.

(Ka-Zar: Lord of the Hidden Jungle#4 (fb) - BTS) - The Mists-empowered Maa-Gor began funneling the life forces of the area around him to augment his powers.

(Ka-Zar: Lord of the Hidden Jungle#4) - As Ka-Zar approached, Maa-Gor used these energies to create a simulation of his former Man-Ape tribe, who swiftly surrounded Ka-Zar.

(Ka-Zar: Lord of the Hidden Jungle#5) - Assuming Ka-Zar would be slain by the Man-Ape duplicates, Maa-Gor approached Bobbi, announing that he would present her to the world as his queen. 

    Voicing her opposition to his ugly body and mind, she kicked him in the face, and he was again overcome with rage, cursing her and tossing her to share Ka-Zar's fate at the Man-Apes' hands. Maa-Gor again regained his composure, noting that there was an entire world of potential mates, and departed, assuming the Man-Apes would kill both. 

(Ka-Zar: Lord of the Hidden Jungle#5) - Maa-Gor trudged wearily out of the mists, again dreaming of dominated Ka-Zar and Zabu...as he would continue to dream.Michael's tribe

(Ka-Zar III#15 (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Shanna O'Hara (aka Shanna the She-Devil) met or learned of Michael's Man-Apes tribe and learned their language. Perhaps this was during the period of time when she was one with the Savage Land.

(Ka-Zar III#15) - Michael, leader of a tribe of Ape-Men, confronted Shanna shortly after she lost her temporary connection to and control over the Savage Land. Calling her "Queen-No-More" and instructing her to leave their lands for having brought the fury of the gods down upon them. He further elaborated that their trees were withering and dying, as were their sons. 

    Shanna told him they were not the only ones who had lost anything, as she had been one with the Savage Land just a few weeks ago, and now...she was arguing with a Man-Ape.

    Frustrated, she turned and left him there.

NevAvI41(New Avengers I#41 (fb) - BTS) - Ka-Zar convinced at least one of the Man-Apes to join together with he, Shanna, and other Savage Land forces (including members of the Botor/Tree People, Pterons, Sun People, Swamp-Men, Zebra People) to oppose the Skrull-infiltrated/controlled force invading the Savage Land.

(New Avengers I#41 (fb)) - A Man-Ape (and possibly others unseen) were among those led by Ka-Zar to confront the Skrull/SHIELD force; they witnessed the SHIELD group seemingly destroy the Avengers.

(New Avengers I#41 (fb) - BTS) - Ka-Zar's united force apparently continued to oppose the Skrull/SHIELD force.

(New Avengers I#41) - Ka-Zar's united force encountered Spider-Man after he was tossed their way by a Tyrannosaurus rex (Spidey and the Avengers were there confronting the Skrull sleeper agents posing as Earth heroes who had escaped from the Skrulls). Ka-Zar and Shanna suspected Spider-Man to be a Skrull, and vice-versa. After Ka-Zar detailed recent Skrull/SHIELD encounters, they were confronted by a Captain America Skrull sleeper agent.

(New Avengers I#43) - The Man-Ape(s) were present as the Captain America sleeper was suspected of being a Skrull due to the real Cap having seemingly been killed recently, and a fight broke out until "Cap" was shot with drugged darts by Swamp-Men and reverted to Skrull form.

Comments: Created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Chic Stone.

    The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe#9: Savage Land and Pangea noted: "Atlantean settlers used the technology apparently left behind by the Nuwali to genetically alter the bodies of seemingly native beast-men into such exotic forms as bird people, fish people, and monkey people to serve as laborers."

    Shanna speaks the language of the Man-Apes.

    I'm kind of puzzled with the appearance of Michael and his tribe. No, it's not that big a stretch that a previously wiped out race (except for Maa-Gor, although he could have perished when the Savage Land was largely destroyed by Terminus):

    Ka-Zar's united force was presumably behind the scenes in whatever issues of Secret Invasion the Avengers traveled to the Savage Land to confront the Skrull sleeper agents posing as Earth heroes who had escaped from the Skrulls.

    The Man-Apes received a 1/4 page profile in
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition#19: Savage Land Race.

    The Aerians, Botor, and Tubanti will get their own profiles eventually.

    Thanks to MarvelousLuke for cleaning up the two main images!

    The profile will get an update when I track down some information on Zodan, referenced in the Marvel Atlas Savage Land entry, but I'm posting it for now...

Profile by Snood.

CLARIFICATIONS:
The Man-Apes have no known connections to


Ku-La with Maa-Gor's matekts15-smash-ku-laKu-La

    Ku-La was second-in-command for Maa-Gor's tribe.

    Upon having an affair with Maa-Gor's mate, Ku-La thought to protect himself by hiding Maa-Gor's war club.

    Maa-Gor returned to his cage and found his mate in Ku-La's arms; unable to find his club, Maa-Gor simply used Ku-La as a club, smashing his skull against the cave floor.

        That event inspired one of Maa-Gor's worst rage-fueled binges, and he immediately ordered his front rank soldiers put to death, driving them off a cliff. Maa-Gor was little bothered that this act led to a nearly-fatal loss of manpower to the Man-Apes.

    When Maa-Gor ordered all of the women put to death after one of them had resisted his advances, the other tribesmen questioned their choice in leader. 

    After Maa-Gor decided to stay home with Ku-La's widow, this allowed the other soldiers to hide the women in the bull rushes unitl Maa-Gor's mood became more tractable.

 

--Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2


cave girls - close upKTS23-2-cavegirls-fullcave girls


    After seemingly killing Zabu, Maa-Gor decided to raise Kevin as his own.

 
    That evening, the cave-girls nursed Kevin back into consciousness, feeding him antelope blood stew, adorning him in a robe, and giving him a war club.

    The antelope blood stew helped a bit in reviving him.

    They seemed to be somewhat taken with his blond hair.

 

--Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2


KTS15-2-p3-pan3-4cave womenMaa-Gor orders women's death

     While none of the tribesmen dared to directly oppose Maa-Gor, some women brutally fought back against his advances, which often led him to strike back lethally against them.

    After killing a woman who resisted him, an enraged Maa-Gor ordered all of the women put to death, leading the other tribesmen to question their choice in leader. 

    When Maa-Gor decided to stay home with Ku-La's widow, this allowed the other soldiers to hide the women in the bull rushes unitl Maa-Gor's mood became more tractable.

    The next day, all having been forgiven, Maa-Gor celebrated by holding a massive hunt in preparation for a night of food and orgy. 

    The party was successful as primeval  evenings go, with the game being prepared and served, bonfires built, cave ladies thrown in the air, and a good time was had by all. 

    Young cave girls helped revive the young Kevin after Maa-Gor adopted him as his own, and cave girls danced at the subsequent celebration.

 --Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2

Note: None of the cave women were present when Maa-Gor led the men in their fatal assault against the adult Ka-Zar, so unless they perished under some other circumstances, they may have survived to find a new tribe...of Man-Apes or other people.


Michael faceMichael - bodyMichael

 

(Ka-Zar III#15 (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Shanna O'Hara (aka Shanna the She-Devil) met or learned of Michael's Man-Apes tribe and learned their language.

    Perhaps this was during the period of time when she was one with the Savage Land.

(Ka-Zar III#15) - Michael, leader of a tribe of Ape-Men, confronted Shanna shortly after she lost her temporary connection to and control over the Savage Land. 

    Calling her "Queen-No-More" and instructing her to leave their lands for having brought the fury of the gods down upon them. 

    He further elaborated that their trees were withering and dying, as were their sons. 

    Shanna told him they were not the only ones who had lost anything, as she had been one with the Savage Land just a few weeks ago, and now...she was arguing with a Man-Ape.

    Frustrated, she turned and left him there.

--Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2

Note: I would have to guess that the tribe leader was not actually named "Michael." 

Maybe it was something that sounded like Michael, like Mai-Kul or something. 

Maybe it was even supposed to be Maa-Gor...it's not that big stretch. He obviously had two eyes, but that could have been an art error, or perhaps he regained his lost eye at some point...


Zodan

Zodan

     After killing Lord Plunder, Maa-Gor (dark hair, in the foreground) prepared to kill the young Kevin as well.

    Hearing a growl behind him (from the approaching Zabu), Maa-Gor called out, "Z-Zodan!?"

 --Astonishing Tales I#11

Note: There is a Man-Ape named Zodan listed in the Marvel Atlas and OHotMU hardcover Savage Land profile, and this is the only reference to Zodan I can find associated with the Man-Apes (or anywhere else). I would take that to mean that Zodan was the brown-haired guy in the background, and when Maa-Gor heard the noise, he called out to his tribesman, either wondering if that was Zodan, or if Zodan knew what had made that noise, or perhaps just checking to make sure Zodan was still nearby as there seemed to be an approaching threat.

    My first impression in viewing these panels was that "Zodan?" meant "What?" or "What the @#$% was that?" or maybe "Tiger?" (Was that a tiger?).
    ...Zabu tackled Maa-Gor in the next panel...

images: (without ads)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition#19: Savage Land Race: Man-Apes
Astonishing Tales I#11, pg. 13, panel 1 (sitting around with bones)
        pg. 16, panel 1 (Ka-Zar causes rockslide slaughtering the tribe)
Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2, pg. 1, panel 1 (Man-Apes standing around, Maa-Gor sitting)
        pg. 2, panel 4 (Ku-La with Maa-Gor's mate)
        pg. 3, panel 3-4 (redhead rebels against Maa-Gor)
        pg. 5, panel 1 (party, throwing women)
        pg. 6, panel 3-4 (trapping saber-tooths)
    #23/2, pg. 5, panel 1-2 (women tending to young Kevin);
        pg. 5-6 , panels 3 (party in Kevin's honor);
Ka-Zar III#15, pg. 3, panel 1 & 3 (Michael head and face);
            panel 4 (Michael's Man-Apes)
New Avengers I#41, story page 4 (Ka-Zar-allied Man-Ape(s))


Appearances:
Astonishing Tales I#11 (April, 1972) - Roy Thomas (writer), Gil Kane (penciler), Frank Giacoia (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
Ka-Zar (Lord of the Hidden Jungle) #4 (July, 1974) - Bullpen West (plotter(s)), Mike Friedrich (writer), Don Heck (penciler), Mike Royer (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Ka-Zar (Lord of the Hidden Jungle) #5 (September, 1974) - Bullpen West (plotter(s)), Mike Friedrich (writer), Don Heck (penciler), Mike Royer (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Ka-Zar the Savage#15/2 (June, 1982) - Bruce Jones (writer), Val Mayerik (artist), Louise Jones (editor)
Ka-Zar the Savage#22/2 (January, 1983) - Bruce Jones (writer), Val Mayerik (artist), Louise Jones (editor)
Ka-Zar the Savage#23/2 (February, 1983) - Bruce Jones (writer), Val Mayerik (artist), Louise Jones (editor)
Ka-Zar the Savage#24/2 (March, 1983) - Bruce Jones (writer), Val Mayerik (artist), Louise Jones and Danny Fingeroth (editors)
Ka-Zar the Savage#25/2-26/2 (April-May, 1983) - Bruce Jones (writer), Val Mayerik (artist), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe#9 (September, 1983) - Mark Gruenwald (head writer/editor), Mike Carlin (penciler/associate editor), Peter Sanderson, Mark Lerer & Dan Fingeroth (writers); Eliot R. Brown (inker) 
Ka-Zar the Savage#31 (April, 1984) - Mike Carlin (writer), Paul Neary (penciler), John Beatty (inker), Danny Fingeroth (Editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition#19: Savage Land Race: Man-Apes (December, 1987) - Peter Sanderson (writer/researcher), Ron Lim (artist), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Ka-Zar III#15 (July, 1998) - Christopher Priest (writer), Kenny Martinez (penciler), Anibal Rodriguez (inker), Matt Idelson (editor)
New Avengers I#41 (July, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Billy Tan (artist), Molly Lazer (associate editor), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#43 (September, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Billy Tan (penciler), Danny Miki (inker), Jeanine Schaefer (associate editor), Tom Brevoort (editor)



 

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