By night, a fabulous city floats like a phosphorescent fantasy over the watery waste of the Pacific. The awestruck sailors who witness this miraculous sight find themselves gifted suddenly with superhuman powers. But by morning the phantasm — and its magic — have mysteriously vaporized. Stranger still, why are a certain crime kingpin and beautiful but ruthless heiress fascinated by the unearthly event? To come up — alive –with an answer, the Man of Bronze will need all his incredible cunning and towering strength. (Bantam renamed this novel: “The Magic Island”)

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Discovered Doc and crew in the 6th grade, and has been an avid reader and collector since. Prefer Street & Smith over Bantam, (mostly) Baumhofer and Harris over Bama, Emery and Clarke. Waiting for the grail, the March 1933 premier adventure, to fall into my lap and finish the original 181 issue pulp run.