1936

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A display of the pulp covers from the novels during the year….

1935

May 16, 1979 / 0 comments

A display of the pulp covers from the novels during the year….

1934

May 16, 1979 / 0 comments

A display of the pulp covers from the novels during the year….

Laurence Donovan

May 16, 1979 / 0 comments

Laurence Donovan (alias Norman Danberg) wrote nine Doc Savage novels.

1933

May 16, 1979 / 0 comments

A display of the pulp covers from the novels during the year….

Evelyn Coulson

May 16, 1970 / 0 comments

Evelyn E. Coulson served as Lester Dent’s secretary. Will Murray postulated that Coulson ghosted The Yellow Cloud.

William Gibson Bogart, 1925 at age 22

. . .William G. Bogart

May 16, 1970 / 1 comment

A mini-biography by Duane Spurlock William G. Bogart ghosted fourteen Doc Savage novels. He’s also known among Doc fandom for The Crazy Indian, a short novel originally written as Doc Savage adventure; however, when Bogart lost his spot as a Robeson, he rewrote this story as a stand-alone novel about a group called The Adventurers….

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Will Murray

May 16, 1970 / 5 comments

Will Murray has written 15 Doc Savage novels. He announced another six novels: The Infernal Buddah, The Phantom Lagoon, The War-Maker, The Yesterday Man (renamed: The Ice Genius), The Smoking Specter, The Nullifier

Walter Ryerson Johnson, 1920

Ryerson Johnson

May 16, 1970 / 0 comments

Ryerson Johnson is credited with authoring three Doc Savage novels: Land of Always-Night, The Fantastic Island, and The Motion Menace