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Doc Savage Volume 23 [Pulp Reprint] #5061
Doc Savage Volume 23
 
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Doc Savage
Volume 23

This issue features two epic tales of international intrigue by W. Ryerson Johnson and Lester Dent, both writing as Kenneth Robeson. First, in "Fantastic Island", the disappearance of Johnny Littlejohn leads the Man of Bronze and the beautiful Pat Savage to a madman's deadly in the epic pulp novel that seems to have inspired James Bond's creator Ian Fleming when he later wrote "Dr. No". Then, in "Danger Lies East", Doc Savage goes undercover for the State Department to prevent a Middle East holy war. This issue offers the classic color pulp covers by Walter M. Baumhofer and Walter Swenson, all the original interior illustrations by Paul Orban and Edd Cartier, and historical commentary by Will Murray.

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5 of 5 The Fantastic Island & Danger Lies East December 23, 2019
Reviewer: Will Robertson from Roswell, GA United States  
As always with  Radio Archives, this wonderful reproduction of 2 stories from the classic pulps arrived quickly and in excellent condition.
 I've read "The Fantastic Island" and thoroughly enjoyed it; the story ranks high in reader popularity polls, and I can see why -- lots of fun.
 I've not yet read "Danger Lies East" but really look forward to it since it's the 1st of the last 13 stories in which Dent made some changes to overall format and characterizations yet kept up his top-notch storytelling.

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5 of 5 Doc Savage Still going strong January 1, 2019
Reviewer: Nicholas Collins from Glasgow, KY United States  
After all these years, I am 68 and have been reading about him for over 55 years, I still enjoy the stories.  These reprints are great.  Thanks!!!

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