Volume #2: Pulp fiction's legendary Man of Bronze returns in two of his most engrossing adventures. In "Resurrection Day", first published in 1936, the Man of Bronze perfects a method for resurrecting a dead human being -- but only one person can be revived. Who will Doc choose? In "Repel" (1937), a strange new element is expelled in a South Pacific volcanic eruption, but falls into the hands of Cadwiller Olden, Doc Savage's most formidable foe. This volume includes a foreword by Peter David ("Star Trek", "The Incredible Hulk"), the original pulp covers by Robert Harris, interior illustrations by Paul Orban, and historical articles by Will Murray.
Volume #3: In "Death in Silver", ruthless terrorists launch a series of attacks that leave Manhattan in flames. The Man of Bronze, his Iron Crew, and Doc's beautiful cousin Patricia Savage must unmask the leader of the Silver Death's-Heads before they achieve their murderous goals, in an epic tale by Lester Dent, writing as Kenneth Robeson. Then, in "Golden Peril", an international band of mercenaries invades the Republic of Hidalgo to usurp the source of Doc's secret wealth in the sequel to the first Doc Savage novel. These thrilling adventures are reproduced with the original pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer and Robert Harris, interior illustrations by Paul Orban, and historical commentary by Will Murray.
Volume #4: In "Land of Always-Night," 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. Then, in 1938's "Mad Mesa," 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. 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.
Volume #9: In "The Majii", a living dead man lures Doc Savage into an Aladdin's cavern of horror. Then, "The Golden Man" tests the scientific wizardry of the Man of Bronze, exposing deep secrets of Doc Savage's strange origins. These classic pulp thrillers are reproduced with the original color pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer and Emery Clarke, interior illustrations by Paul Orban, and articles by pulp historian Will Murray.
Volume #10: The legendary pulp superman battles evil in two expanded novels by Lester Dent and Harold A. Davis writing as Kenneth Robeson, incorporating never-before-published text from the original manuscripts. In "The Dust of Death", after Long Tom is arrested on spying charges, Doc Savage, Monk, and Ham intervene in an Amazon jungle border war as they battle the mysterious Inca in Gray. Then, in "The Stone Man", the Man of Bronze and his Iron Crew journey to Arizona and discover a lost race and a strange mist that transforms men into stone. This pulp reprint showcases the classic pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer and Emery Clarke, all of Paul Orban's interior illustrations, and historical commentary by Will Murray.
Volume #11: Features two exciting 1936 thrillers by Laurence Donovan and Lester Dent, writing as Kenneth Robeson. First, the Man of Bronze battles Var, a faceless fiend whose sinister pronouncements threaten destruction through the eerie "Cold Death." Then, Doc Savage becomes embroiled in a desperate race to Antarctica to block "The South Pole Terror." This reprint showcases the classic color pulp cover by Walter Baumhofer, original interior illustrations by Paul Orban, and historical articles by Will Murray.
Volume #13: Doc Savage teams up with his beautiful cousin in the Lester Dent novels that introduced the character of Patricia Savage. First, the Man of Bronze and his Iron Crew investigate the murder of Doc's uncle. The only clues, a strange ivory cube and the mysterious "Brand of the Werewolf," set them on the trail of an ancient mystery. Then, after a failed kidnapping attempt, Doc and Pat Savage travel to the West Indies and encounter flesh-eating ants and a 130-year-old man on the strange island called "Fear Cay". This volume features the classic color pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer, interior illustrations by Paul Orban, and historical articles by Will Murray.
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