All Cover Illustrations by: pfeiffer in Bantam Number Order


077  10/36    The South Pole Terror

077 10/36 The South Pole Terror

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What was the fabulous treasure Velma Crale had discovered in the South Pole? And why was Cheaters Slagg willing to kill to keep her from talking? The Man of Bronze and his five aides give chase all the way to the bottom of the world — and are nearly sunburned to death!

078  08/39     The Crimson Serpent

078 08/39 The Crimson Serpent

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A ferocious killer is stalking the Arkansas swamp! As the Man of Bronze and loyal companions venture forth to unmask the dread villain, they encounter some of the most horrifying perils of their careers — including the Crimson Serpent itself!

079  12/38    The Devil Genghis

079 12/38 The Devil Genghis

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A fantastic horror has come out of the polar regions — a menace so bizarre it causes men to go insane! The Man of Bronze and his courageous crew penetrate the rugged Asian interior on a perilous mission: to find out the source of this mystery and smash the evil genius who controls it.

080  06/34     The King Maker

080 06/34 The King Maker

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In the Kingdom of Calbia, the most far-flung plot of the century is already under way. The Man of Bronze and his daring companions join the revolutionary forces of Conte Cozonac but soon find themselves the intended victims of the most fearsome weapons the world has ever seen!

081  10/39     The Stone Man

081 10/39 The Stone Man

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The Man of Bronze and his fearless friends trail the treacherous Spad Ames to the Arizona Badlands. There they encounter the mysterious men who live through the mists — men who can turn flesh into stone

The Bantam cover of this novel reuses the artwork from the Bantam edition of “The South Pole Terror.”

Fred Pfeiffer

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Fred Pfeiffer took over the Bantam Doc Savage covers after James Bama left. He painted 13 covers from #68 (Quest of the Spider) through #81 (The Stone Man). The cover for The South Pole Terror was reused for The Stone Man.