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A dying man is discovered, blinded and drained of blood, clutching a defaced bat medallion in the forbidden region known as Ultra-Stygia. With his last words, he warns that the gates of Hell have burst open--and no one is safe. This is only the beginning of a horrific chain of events that summons Doc Savage to a vampire-haunted zone between two rival powers vying for control of the least habitable…

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An ultra-secret State Department mission code-named Moonwinx propels Doc Savage from the concrete canyons of Manhattan to the icy black waters of the Arctic Sea, then deep into the frozen heart of Cold War Russia in a daring Flight into Fear. Targeted for assassination by the Kremlin and fated for a confrontation with a nemesis more violent and vicious than any he has faced before, the Man of Bron…

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It began with an uncanny encounter on busy Seventh Avenue. Two men pass each other in the street, walking along calmly one minute—struck down the next by a horrific fate. All over Manhattan, soundless detonations cut down prince and pauper alike. No one is safe. Great buildings are reduced to ruin. Banks are demolished. The authorities stand helpless. Only one man, Doc Savage—scientist, adventurer…

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When a brazen adventuress tries to hire Doc Savage for a secret mission—but won’t tell him why—it lights the fuse for one of the most explosive exploits ever to involve the Man of Bronze. Who is Hornetta Hale? Why does she need to rent Doc’s private submarine? And who is so determined to eliminate her that they destroy Doc Savage’s skyscraper headquarters in the process? From Manhattan Island to t…

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Doc Savage, the legendary superman scientist known as the Man of Bronze, captivated adventure readers from 1933 to 1949 in his own pulp magazine, and again in the 1960s through the 1980s in a million-selling Bantam Books paperback series. In 1990, Will Murray, heir apparent to Doc Savage originator Lester Dent, revived the famous Street & Smith superhero in a new series of exploits based on Dent’s…

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Two of the greatest legends of the 1930s were Doc Savage, the Man of Bronze, and King Kong, the Eighth Wonder of the World. Both made their memorable debuts within weeks of one another early in 1933. It is rare that legends ever meet. For when legends do meet, they often clash, and the consequences can be catastrophic. Skull Island tells the previously untold tale of just such a momentous encounte…

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Out of a clear, sun-heated sky, they materialized, clouds such as man had never seen before. Red as blood, tumultuous, boiling, coming from none knew where and carrying an awful and mysterious death. These were the Copper Clouds. Doc Savage sends out an urgent message to his men, calling for them to assemble Los Angeles. For his adventurous cousin, Patricia Savage, has gone missing, reportedly a v…

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He called himself X Man—X for unknown. Found dressed in a Roman toga, wandering the ruins of an old fort from Caesar’s day, X Man was thrown into a madhouse, his origins and real name impossible to discover. What is the strange connection between this supposed madman, a multi-headed sea creature discovered swimming in a Scottish loch, and a pair of rogues willing to kill to control the secret of t…

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The inexplicable disappearance of sea life off the Massachusetts coast signals a strange new threat that comes to the attention of Doc Savage, the premier scientist of his day. What weird power is scaring schools of fish from their usual habitats? Who is behind this new global menace? What does it portend for mankind? The eerie trail leads across the Pacific to faraway Occupied Japan, where Doc be…

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When William Harper Littlejohn unearths a shadowy figure transfixed in ice, the renowned archeologist understands that he has made the most momentous discovery of his brilliant career. For inscribed over the frozen form is this chilling warning: “IF I STILL LIVED, MANKIND WOULD TREMBLE!” Who is this monster? Why does his name strike terror into the hearts of brave men? Can even Doc Savage control…

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When a mummy arrives at Doc Savage’s New York headquarters wearing the clothes of his missing assistant, engineer Renny Renwick, Doc, Monk, and Ham rush to Singapore where they get on the trail of a swashbuckling pirate who calls himself the Scourge of the South China Sea, in whose hands a piece of the infernal Buddha has fallen. The trail leads to Pirate Island, the fate of Renny, and a mysteriou…

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Doc Savage, the legendary superman scientist known as the Man of Bronze, captivated adventure readers from 1933 to 1949 in his own pulp magazine, and again in the 1960s through the 80s in a million-selling Bantam Books paperback series. In 1990, Will Murray, heir apparent to Doc Savage originator Lester Dent, revived the famous Street & Smith superhero in a new series of exploits based on Dent’s u…

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When out of work magician Gulliver Greene stumbles upon a man who claims to be Christopher Columbus, still alive in 1937, it's only the start of the most complex plot ever to involve the incredible Doc Savage. Called to the sleepy farm town of La Plata, Missouri, the Man of Bronze plunges into the enigma of the vanishing Victorian house. Is it haunted? Is it even real? Can Doc solve the mystery––o…

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All over the Midwest, cars and trucks were crashing--stopped in their tracks by an inexplicable force! Had some unseen power targeted America's automotive industry--or was something more sinister at stake? Summoned to solve the mystery, Doc Savage and his intrepid men follow a trail of terror that winds through the continental United States like a constricting serpent of senseless destruction. Fro…

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A visiting king vanishes from his moving limousine on the way to a White House dinner, astounding the world. The nation is baffled. Authorities are helpless. The political world reels. What happened to King Goz? Doc Savage is called to Washington, D.C. to unravel the enigma of the missing monarch. But the mystery only darkens when the royal sword turns up—impaled in the bodies of victims discovere…

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Doc Savage, the legendary superman scientist known as the Man of Bronze, captivated adventure readers from 1933 to 1949 in his own pulp magazine, and again in the 1960s through the 1980s in a million-selling Bantam Books paperback series. In 1990, Will Murray, heir apparent to Doc Savage originator Lester Dent, revived the famous Street & Smith superhero in a new series of exploits based on Dent’s…

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