8 edition of Doc Savage. # 37. found in the catalog.
Originally published in Doc Savage magazine, November 1939.
|Series||The fantastic adventures of Doc Savage.|
|LC Classifications||PS3507.E557 H48 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||120|
Doc Savage and his men, although often finding themselves in the midst of carnage, did try to avoid taking life when possible. He and his men often used sleep gas to subdue the bad guys. The Bantam Cover Story. As a cartoonist, illustrator and advertising art director, the Doc Savage book covers have always had a special meaning to me. I practically learned to draw the human figure at thirteen by copying Doc in all those fantastic, dynamic poses. Later, as a professional graphic designer, I came to realize the Bantam cover.
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Doc Savage: Hex - H, Volume 37 Mass Market Paperback – January 1, by Kenneth Robeson (Author), James Bama (Illustrator)5/5(1). This 39th Doc Savage adventure (as the Bantam reprint editions number them), was first published in and is the second installment written by William Bogart and is a definite improvement over his previous effort, World's Fair Goblin.
He would go on to write a total of 14 Doc novels/5. DOC SAVAGE # The Mystery on the Snow / Peril in the North Lester Dent writing as K. Robeson Not since the days of King Arthur and Robin Hood has mankind known greater crusaders for justice than Doc Savage fighting crime in these two thrillers from the golden age.
An attempt to kidnap Monk and Ham brings the Man of Bronze to Canada in search of rare treasure in Mystery On The Snow. Then, Doc and Pat journey to the Arctic Circle to rescue wartime refugees stranded on the icepack in Peril In The North.
This classic reprint features the original color pulp covers, interior illustrations, and new historical commentary by Will Murray.
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rows Doc Savage Magazine, March"The Man of Bronze", illustrated by Walter M. Doc Savage was originally published during the ’s and ’s in the American Pulp Magazines. This heroic and adventurous character would later be featured in other media like radio, coming books, and later the adventures were reprinted for modern day audiences in a series of paperback novels.
Doc Savage reached a new audience in the s when Bantam reprinted the entire series in paperback form. Doc Savage would also appear in comics and in his own feature film directed by George Pal in To the world at large, Doc Savage is a strange, mysterious figure.
Order of Doc Savage Books Doc Savage is the protagonist in a series of action-adventure pulp fiction novels written under the house name of Kenneth Robeson. The character was created by Henry Ralston, John Nanovic and Lester Dent (who wrote the majority of the novels in the series’ original run).
Make Offer - Doc Savage Lot 36 37 38 Phantom City, No Light, Mystery on Snow FREE SHIPPING. Hex (Doc Savage #37) by Kenneth Robeson, Bantam #H, First Bantam Printing $ Doc Savage Original. Authors: Lester Dent, Kenneth Robeson, Harold A. Davis, William G.
Bogart, Lawrence Donovan. The Doc Savage Original book series by multiple authors includes books The Man of Bronze, The Land of Terror, Quest of the Spider, and several more. See the complete Doc Savage Original series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.
Doc Savage The Desert Demons - Kenneth Robeson (Will Murray) Doc Savage 18 () Doc Savage: The Desert Demons - Kenneth Robeson. Bantam Books January Doc Savage Magazine #37 March Author: Lester Dent The Metal Master exists and will destroy the world.
To stop him, The Man Of Bronze and his daring friends launch a search for the source of his amazing power-and find themselves trapped on a sandy deserted island with the Metal Master himself. Hex: Doc Savage # 37 Author Robeson, Kenneth Format/binding Paperback Book condition Used - Very Good + Quantity available 1 Edition 2nd Printing Binding Paperback Publisher Bantam H Place of Publication U.S.
Date published Keywords Science Fiction Fantasy Pulps Super Hero Series Vintage Collectible Bookseller catalogs Science Fiction. Get it Now Doc Savage Online Books. Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze The world met the Man of Bronze in a novel titled The Man of Bronze, MarchDoc Savage was created by Street and Smith.
Doc. Doc Savage is a fictional character originally published in American pulp magazines during the s and s. He was created by publisher Henry W. The Man of Bronze (Doc Savage, #1), The Thousand-Headed Man (Doc Savage, #2), Meteor Menace (Doc Savage, #3), The Polar Treasure (Doc Savage, #4), Brand.
Info for this table came from The Doc Savage Publishing Record by Will Murray, The 86th Floor, Chris Kalb’s fantastic summary, and Win Scott Eckert’s Doc Savage Chronology. By my count, there are books to collect (96 single number books (#)), 15 doubles (), 13 Omnibus editions (each containing 4 or 5 stories) and 8 un-numbered.
DC Universe: Doc Savage DC began a new Doc Savage comic book series in You can find out more about it here on the DC Web site. Paul Malmont Gets “Savage” Comic Book Resources interviews Paul Malmont, author of The Chinatown Death Cloud Peril and the Doc Savage comic book series for DC, about Doc Savage, the pulps and comic books.
Doc Savage was created by Lester Dent, Henry Raltson, and John Nanovic in He originally appeared in novels before making appearances in comics; with the. Comic book version of the classic pulp magazine hero Doc Savage. Issue features "The Man of Bronze," part one of an adaptation of the Kenneth Robeson novel of the same name in which Doc and his team try to track down who killed his father.
Issue also has a one-page text feature on Doc Savage.Doc Savage is a fictional character originally published in American pulp magazines during the s and s. He was created by publisher Henry W. Ralston and editor John L. Nanovic at Street and Smith Publications, with additional material contributed by the series' main writer, Lester Dent.
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