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Doc Savage Reprint #33: Quest of Qui and The Devil's Playground
by Kenneth Robeson

After johnny Little john vanishes while trailing a centuries old Viking ship that materialized off Long Island, Doc Savage ventures north on a Quest of Qui. Then, the Man of Bronze travels to Michigan's North Woods to investigate tomahawk attacks and a murderous Indian spirit that lurks within The Devil's Playground. Plus, "The Men Behind Doc Savage". Also available with the James Bama variant cover.



Doc Savage Reprint #57: The Dagger in the Sky, The Death Lady and The Monkey Suit.
by Kenneth Robeson

Three action-packed tales of the Man of Bronze The deadly mark of a fiendish killer... "The Black Spot" plus "The Terrible Stork," second epic adventure of the Man of Bronze. The Dagger In The Sky A giant Dagger in the Sky materializes from thin air and disappears after bizarre murders, leading Doc Savage to a South American war. The Death Lady Doc hunts The Death Lady who disappeared in the Brazilian jungles. The Monkey Suit Henry Jones acquires The Monkey Suit while attempting to license one of Monk's chemical inventions.



Doc Savage Reprint #60: He Could Stop The World and The Laugh of Death (Pulp Cover)
by Kenneth Robeson

He Could Stop the World: A silver stratospheric craft showers vapors of death upon San Antonio, while cosmic rays alter Long Tom's mental makeup, in a tale that inspired an early Superman story. The Laugh of Death: The Laugh of Death could change the outcome of World War Two in the novel that introduced Doc's new Fortress of Solitude! Plus: "The Pharaoh's Wisodom," a classic from the Golden Age of Radio.



Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar (6 CDs)

Everyone's looking for a way to beat the insurance system, but most of us aren't willing to cheat it. Those who are may be ready to do more than deceive and steal…they may be prepared to kill. The bullets fly and the criminals lie, but the payoff isn't a sure thing - not when "the system" calls in unflinching freelance investigator Johnny Dollar! Bob Bailey stars as Dollar in six digitally restored and remastered five-part serials. Wherever he goes - whether it's exotic Algiers, the dark alley, or the darkened wings of a theater - it all comes down to money…and murder. One thing's for sure, his expense account isn't the only thing that's action packed! Once again, these digitally restored and remastered episodes are available from the Radio Spirits Archives Collection, featuring re-releases on CD of some of our most popular long-discontinued cassette collections. EPISODES INCLUDE: The Lorcoe Diamond Matter Parts 1-5 11-07-55 through 11-11-55 The Amy Bradshaw Matter Parts 1-5 11-21-55 through 11-25-55 The Cronin Matter Parts 1-5 12-05-55 through 12-09-55 The Todd Matter Parts 1-5 01-10-56 through 01-14-56 The Cui Bono Matter Parts 1-5 02-13-56 through 02-17-56 The Bennett Matter Parts 1-5 02-20-56 through 02-24-56



The Shadow Bitter Fruit (9 CDs)
by The Shadow

The weed of crime bears bitter fruit...and if criminals cultivate the crops, it is The Shadow will do the reaping! Hear The Shadow fight crime, as he becomes both the stalker and the stalked, in an assortment of tales featuring some of his most exciting encounters with some of the series most sinister scoundrels. Whether matching wits against a spy, a madman, a monster or a psychotic killer, he forces his foes to face the stark realization that crime does not pay! This collection includes the previously lost episode The Mine Hunters, starring Orson Welles, which is available here for the first time since its original broadcast - plus three newly sourced recordings of episodes from the 1938 BF Goodrich sponsored season, and a Program Guide by radio historian Martin Grams, Jr. The 18 digitally restored and remastered episodes featured here star Orson Welles, Bill Johnstone, and Brett Morrison as The Shadow, with Agnes Moorehead, Margot Stevenson, Marjorie Anderson, Lesley Woods and Grace Matthews as Margot Lane. Episodes include: Temple Bells of Neban 10-24-37 Circle of Death 11-28-37 The Death Triangle 12-12-37 Sabotage 01-16-38 Society of the Living Dead 01-23-38 Poison Death 01-30-38 Death from the Deep 04-03-38 The Mine Hunters 08-07-38 Cavern of Death 08-21-38 Death Stalks The Shadow 10-09-38 Murder in Death House 01-07-40 Curse of Shiva 12-01-40 Death Prowls at Night 03-23-41 Death on the Rails 04-13-41 The Gibbering Things 09-26-43 The Walking Corpse 03-24-46 The Shadow's Revenge 05-11-47 Nursery Rhyme Murders 02-22-48



Doc Savage Reprint #1: Fortress of Solitude / Devil Genghis (Pulp Cover)
by Kenneth Robeson

DOC SAVAGE VOLUME ONE (available in standard edition with Emery Clarke's pulp cover and variant edition with James Bama's "Fortress" cover): "Fortress of Solitude" and "The Devil Genghis" The Man of Bronze returns as the pulps greatest superman confronts The Devil Genghis, John Sunlight, a mad genius armed with incredible scientific inventions stolen from Doc Savage¹s Fortress of Solitude. Doc Savage and his Iron Crew return in two thrilling novels by Lester Dent writing as Kenneth Robeson. This 7"x10" trade paperback marks the return of Lester Dent's original Doc Savage novels after a 15-year hiatus. Doc Savage Magazine was one of the most popular of the hero pulps, published from 1933 through 1949 by Street & Smith as the sister publication to The Shadow Magazine. The Doc Savage pulp novels were reprinted by Bantam between 1964 and 1991, and created a publishing sensation as the first numbered series of paperback adventure novels. Fans may notice strong similarities between a certain blockbuster summer film and the plot of Lester Dent's 1938 novel, Fortress of Solitude. Clark Savage Jr., the Man of Bronze, was a major influence on the creation and development of Clark Kent, the Man of Steel, including of course his arctic "Fortress of Solitude." This double-novel volume reprints both appearances of Doc Savage's greatest enemy, the diabolical John Sunlight. "If Street & Smith had not published The Shadow and Doc Savage, there might never have been any Superman or Batman," observes popular-culture historian Will Murray, who collaborated with Lester Dent on seven posthumous Doc Savage novels and provides historical commentary in these new volumes. "Between them, Walter Gibson and Lester Dent created the archetype of the superhero, and most of the fiction formulas and trappings of the eternal battle between superhero and supervillain that has come to dominate popular culture in the last 75 years. I like to call Lester Dent 'the Father of the Superhero' because, while Superman and Batman had other influences, both borrowed liberally from Doc Savage, the original owner of the Fortress of Solitude."



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