After that, new novels were published monthly until 1947. It is sincerely hoped that doc savage will be made available to. The following is my humble attempt to catalog the legend of dr. There have also been doc savage comic books, several radio programs, and one wellintended but illfated motion picture.
He and his men often used sleep gas to subdue the bad guys. The complete series list for doc savage kenneth robeson. Doc savage reached a new audience in the 1960s when bantam reprinted the entire series in paperback form. Kenneth robeson doc savage 002 the land of terror pdf. Lester dent project gutenberg selfpublishing ebooks. Lester dent october 12, 1904 march 11, 1959 was an american pulpfiction author, best known as the creator and main author of the series of novels about the. Doc savage was created by street and smiths henry w. Doc savage 1972 comic read doc savage 1972 comic online. The book is written with the assumption that doc savage was a real person. We have only included the novels attributed to lester dent. Doc savage and his men, although often finding themselves in the midst of carnage, did try to avoid taking life when possible. Below youll find the cover of almost any doc savage novel you can imagine. Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such see wikipedia.
Jul 27, 2012 i love the doc savage novels by kenneth robeson lester dent, i just wish there were more of them. The doc savage bantam book series by multiple authors includes books the man of bronze, the thousandheaded man, meteor menace, and several more. Doc savage would also appear in comics and in his own feature film directed by george pal in 1975. Free delivery and returns on ebay plus items for plus members. The trail leads to pirate island, the fate of renny, and a. Hart digitized the first ebook a copy of the united states declaration of independence in 1971, people have been scanning public domain titles, converting them into ebooks, and uploading them. The heroicadventure character would go on to appear in other media, including radio, film, and. Doc savage and his mighty crew return fifteen new nightmare adventures. This is a list of doc savage novels, listed by publication date. The desert demons the wild adventures of doc savage book 1 kindle edition by kenneth robeson. Doc savage is one of the few characters whose complete original pulp run has been reprinted in book form. Broad shoulders, bronzed skin and a widows peak, bamas cover.
Thats what inspired the idea of the doc savage archive. See the complete doc savage bantam series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. There are a number of excellent resources through which you can acquire free electronic books on the internet. It was also too bad that john sunlight was destined to be the man who found the strange blue dome. This content was uploaded by our users and we assume good faith they have the permission to share this book. Doc savage series in order kenneth robeson fictiondb. The novels featuring the 30s pulp characters doc savage and the shadow have been freely available on for many years, with the owner of that site saying that the. 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. But doc savage did not hear of john sunlight in time. While dent wrote the lions share of the doc savage novels, other authors contributed as well. A cover gallery for the comic book doc savage books. 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. Comic book version of the classic pulp magazine hero doc savage. Lester dent with a mysterious black chinaman, doc savage and his amazing crew journey to the jungles of indochina in a desperate gamble to destroy the infamous thousandheaded man.
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. Dents master fiction plot, often referred to as the lester dent formula is a widely circulated guide to writing a salable 60,000word pulp story. Doc savage novels in the order in which they were reprinted by bantam books beginning in the 60s. Nanovic at street and smith publications, with additional material contributed by the series main writer, lester dent. Doc savage was originally published during the 1930s and 1940s in the american pulp magazines. He also does commissions, some of which can be seen on this site. Sanctum books doc savage shadow home of the double reprints with at least two novels in each book. Especially like the magazine blurbs, which were not included in the.
List of doc savage novels is a comprehensive list of the books written about the fictional. Doc savage and the shadow pulp reprints vintage library. Lester dent became a published author in 1933 with the doc savage novel the man of bronze. If you scroll to the very bottom of the board, youll find what i consider to be the best of this apparent new cottage industry. Doc savage organized hidalgo trading company and flearun by. Based on an unpublished manuscript by his creator and the sequel to the red spider, this gripping tale pits a ruthless, unstoppable assassin against doc savage, plunging him into a. The character was created by henry ralston, john nanovic and lester dent who wrote the majority of the novels in the series original run. Conde nast sues over doc savage works not in public domain. The man of bronze by kenneth robeson, the polar treasure by kenneth robeson, meteor menace by kenneth robeson, the sargasso. To the world at large, doc savage is a strange, mysterious figure of. Doc savage original publication order librarything. The 1957 liquidation of the american news company, then the primary distributor of pulp magazines, has sometimes been taken as marking the end of the pulp era.
He has also shared the covers of doc savage novels never written. Doc savage fantasy cover gallery kez wilson has been creating bantam bookslike covers for fictional doc savage adventures. All 181 books including book covers compiled on one cd in pdf format for you to read on any computer or device which reads pdf. Doc savage returns in a regular series of pulp fiction reprints with each issue featuring two thrilling adventures of the man of bronze. Fortress of solitudekenneth robesonfree downloadpdf. In 1932, doc savage editor john nanovic had written doc savage, supreme adventurer, a 9,000 word novelette that served as the prototype for the first doc savage novel, lester dents the man of bronze.
To the world at large, doc savage is a strange, mysterious figure of glistening bronze skin and golden eyes. The man of bronze the world met the man of bronze in a novel titled the man of bronze, march1933. Doc meets batman, fights godzilla, the blob and the classic movie monsters. The doc savage magazine was printed by street and smith publications from march 1933 to the summer of 1949.
Doc savages life work was dedicated to attending to such men as john sunlight, preferably before they managed to get too near their goal. White eyes the wild adventures of doc savage book 10. Not only will you receive a all the doc savage comics and pulp magazines but 181 ebooks from the doc savage series get it now doc savage online books. The illustrations were by walter baumhofer, paul orban, emery clarke, modest stein, and robert g. The doc savage magazine was published from 1933 until 1949 and there were 181 issues, which are worth treasuring if you have any. Kenneth robeson, the author of the doc savage novels, is portrayed as writing. Doc savage, the shadow, the avenger, the whisperer, nick carter, black bat and the spider. Like many concepts in the book world, series is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. The 159 novels written over 16 years were credited to the house name kenneth robeson. Nanovics unpublished story was lost for nearly a half century until a manuscript carbon was unearthed from the dent papers by pulp. Avenger sp 11 black bat sp 7 doc savage sp 107 nick carter sp 2. Doc savage organized hidalgo trading company and flearun. Librarything has 2 suggested works for this series.
The stories in doc savage magazine, which ran from 1933 to 1949, were written by lester dent under the pen name kenneth robeson. List of doc savage novels is a comprehensive list of the books written about the fictional character originally published in american pulp magazines during the 1930s and 1940s. The yellow cloud s5838, volume 59 by kenneth robeson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Larkin painted 47 covers for the bantam doc savage paperbacks and continues working today. Doc savage, the man of bronze, was raised from childhood by a team of scientists to become the original super hero of the 1930s. Doc savage s life work was dedicated to attending to such men as john sunlight, preferably before they managed to get too near their goal. See the list of doc savage novels for a complete bibliography of dents most famous character. Originally published from 193349 and reprinted by bantam books, doc savage is back in a new series of adventures. Search for doc savage books in the search form now, download or read books for free, just by creating an account to enter our library. Doc savage is a fictional character originally published in american pulp magazines during the 1930s and 1940s. See the complete doc savage original series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Nanovic, in order to capitalize on the surprise success of the shadow magazine it was lester dent, though, who crafted the character into the superman that he became.
The doc savage library is a vast unofficial doc savage site about. There was a swift, wraith like movement of fingers. Doc savage became known to more contemporary readers when bantam books began reprinting the individual magazine novels in 1964, this time with covers by artist james bama that featured a bronzehaired, bronzeskinned doc savage with an. Doc savage novels in the order in which they originally appeared in doc savage magazine in the 30s. Adventures in bronze the allnew wild adventures of doc. More than 1 million books in pdf, epub, mobi, tuebl and audio book formats. Doc savage is a fictional character created by kenneth robeson, a house name by street and smith publications as the author of their popular character doc savage. Doc savage project gutenberg selfpublishing ebooks. Bantam books gave him new life in 1964 when they began repackaging the original stories with memorable cover artwork from illustrator james bama.275 1212 684 379 1522 619 85 1540 138 1095 142 1214 527 1083 478 1606 1276 1637 220 1625 1500 764 415 969 1366 720 1162 680 1007 1441 454 36