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TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2007



Written by Lester Dent, art by Tom Roberts, covers by Bob Larkin and Doug Klauba.

Doc Savage: to the world at large, he is a strange, mysterious figure of glistening bronze skin and exotic, gold-flecked eyes. To his unique band of associates -- Renny, Monk, Ham, Long Tom, Johnny, and occasionally, his cousin, Pat -- he is a man of superhuman strength and protean genius, whose life is dedicated to the destruction of evil-doers.

To his fans he is the greatest adventure hero of all time, whose fantastic exploits are unequaled for hair-raising thrills, breath-taking escapes and bloodcurdling excitement!

Now, Moonstone Books announces the first printing of new Doc Savage tales in more than 35 years! Written in the late 1940's by Doc Savage's creator, Lester Dent, many of these radio scripts have never been seen before. Their background shrouded in mystery, these incredible adventures have been virtually forgotten for more than half a century!

Today, Doc Savage remains one of the greatest pulp heroes of the twentieth century. From his first appearances in 181 issues of Doc Savage magazine, to his later popularity in novels, comics, and motion pictures, the Man in Bronze has thrilled audiences around the world for more than five decades! Now, for the first time ever, these astonishing radio scripts are available to his legions of fans across the globe! Assembled together in this single, amazing volume, they are a rare treat for Doc Savage fans everywhere!

Available in both a trade paperback and a special, limited and signed hardcover edition with a full-color dust jacket! The special edition, limited to just 300 numbered copies, features a stunning, pulp-era Doc Savage cover by Douglas Klauba, and will be signed by both the artist and the interior illustrator, Tom Roberts! The collectible hardcover will also include special Doc color plates by Dave Dorman, Joe Prado, and Ruben Procopio!

352 pages, black and white, $18.95 (limited hardcover, $49.99).


Written by Greg Karras, art by Cory Hamscher, covers by Hamscher and Ron Frenz.

For years, the super-humans of the Protectorate have turned a blind eye to the veiled activities of C.L.A.S.H. But no longerŠBack-to-back acts of terrorism, committed by former C.L.A.S.H member Wrath rouse the Protectorate's fury. Wrongfully blaming C.L.A.S.H., they unleash the monstrous, homicidal Mutants upon an unsuspecting public. Now C.L.A.S.H. must not only stop Wrath's latest terror attack, but also find a way to end the Mutant's murderous rampage.

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by J.C. Vaughn, art by Vincent Spencer, covers by Spencer and Neil Vokes.

For 20 years, the denizens of San Rosina, Texas have thought locksmith Billy Bob Driwahl was at least a little crazy because he offered the rather unusual service of "zombie-proofing" in his Yellow Pages ad. Now that the world's being overrun by zombies, though, he's ready for them... but how did he know beforehand?

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Mac Rauch, art by Stephen Thompson, Keith Williams and Ken Wolak, cover by Lee Moder.

The 1984 film starring Peter Weller, John Lithgow, Ellen Barkin,Jeff Goldblum and Christopher Lloyd is a cult classic loved the world over! Writer Mac Rauch and director WD Richter return to their creation with a brand-new story!

Everyone's favorite adventurer/surgeon/rock star is back again just in time to save the world! Along with his Hong Kong Cavaliers, Banzai must battle more than one surprise arch enemy, each with their own motives, but all acting in concert to bring Banzai (and the universe as we know it) to his knees!

All this sandwiched between a couple of great rock and roll guitar solos, a few surgical procedures, a crazy gun battle on land and air, Buck's one chance for the ultimate revenge, his soul in turmoil, all the chicks digging him, engineering synchronicity, pretty toilets, a human pickle, and a giant sombrero!

This volume reprints the 3-issue mini-series, plus a ton of extras: character files; unused covers; alternate ending; production designs from the unfilmed TV Movie; and a new interview with Banzai's creator Mac Rauch!

120 pages, $16.95.

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