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The Lost Oasis by Lester Dent writing as Kenneth Robeson. A ghost zeppelin sets Doc Savage and his Iron Men on the trail of Arab slavers and the Fluttering Horror. From the bosom of the jungle comes a call for help. Weird creatures, ruthless enemies, seek to halt the avenging hand of Doc Savaga and his companions. Thrill to this most amazing exploit of this band of scrappers. Originally published in the September, 1933 issue of Doc Savage Magazine. The Sargasso Ogre by Lester Dent writing as Kenneth Robeson. DThe Man of Bronze tangles with modern day Amazons in the Sargasso Sea. Doc Savage and his scrappy companions meet danger and battle in the weirdest of places -- the floating isle of wrecked liners in the Sargasso Sea. Originally published in the October, 1933 issue of Doc Savage Magazine.
The Man of Bronze wages war against the Axis in three pulse-pounding pulp thrillers by Lester Dent (writing as "Kenneth Robeson"). First, a desperate plea from occupied France lures Doc Savage into a Nazi trap as he attempts to discover the 400-year-old secret of "The Black, Black Witch." Then, in "Hell Below," the Man of Bronze and his beautiful cousin Pat Savage journey to Mexico to prevent a fugitive from the Third Reich from creating a New World Order. Finally, Doc Savage must die to prevent the Nazis from obtaining a deadly weapon that could change the outcome of the war. This World War II collector's edition showcases the classic color pulp covers by Emery Clarke and Modest Stein, and also features all the original interior illustrations by Paul Orban and historical commentary by Will Murray, author of seven Doc Savage novels.
The greatest superhero of the pulp era investigates the ancient mysteries of Atlantis in two thrilling undersea adventures by Lester Dent writing as "Kenneth Robeson." First, Doc Savage journeys to the Caribbean in search of the lost underwater city of Taz to solve a "Mystery Under the Sea," with three never-before-published chapters (totaling more than 6,000 words) restored from Dent's original manuscript. Then, the Man of Bronze and his Iron Men discover a sunken fortress populated by amphibious "Red Terrors." This classic reprint showcases the classic color pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer and Emery Clarke, and reprints all the original interior illustrations by Paul Orban. Historical commentary is provided by Will Murray, author of seven Doc Savage novels. Also available with a James Bama Cover.
The greatest superhero of the pulp era returns in two chilling pulp thrillers by Lester Dent and William G. Bogart writing as "Kenneth Robeson." First, after Renny Renwick is sticken by a bizarre malady in Salem, Massachusetts, Doc Savage and his beautiful cousin Pat journey to Witches' Hollow to investigate the "Hex" of a strange woman rumored to be a 100-year-old witch. Then, in "The Running Skeletons," the Man of Bronze and his Iron Men must unravel the mystery of a horde of skeletal gunslingers. BONUS: a horrifying lost Doc Savage script from the Golden Age of Radio. This instant collector's item showcases both color pulp covers, and reprints all the classic interior illustrations by Paul Orban. Pulp historian Will Murray provides commentary while a descendent of one of Salem's most famous families examines the 17th century witch trials.
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 Savagešs 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."
The pulps' legendary superman returns in two of his greatest adventures. These thrilling pulp adventures are reproduced with the original color pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer and Emery Clarke, interior illustrations by Paul Orban and historical articles by Will Murray (who wrote 7 Bantam Doc Savage novels). Land of Always Night: (1935) A strange being who kills with the touch of a finger leads Doc Savage on a quest to a lost underworld civilization, in an epic 1935 collaboration by W. Ryerson Johnson and Lester Dent writing as Kenneth Robeson. Mad Mesa: (1938) The Man of Bronze awakens to discover that he's in another man's body and imprisoned in a penitentiary; hundreds will die unless Doc Savage can escape and solve the mystery of the mesa madness.