no 1 the doom on thunder isle

série: Doc Savage
dessinateur / scénariste: Collectif
éditeur: Marvel USA
genre: SF Fantastique
classement: carton130
date: 1975
format: broché
état: TBE
valeur: 10 €
critère: *
remarques: Doc Savage, the man of bronze
series of 8 issues from August 1975 to March 1977
(No. 8 is missing in this collection)
published by Magazine Management, a sbusidiary of the Marvel Group
writers: Mary Wolfman, cover mostly Ken Barr
artists: Barbara Altman and Nora Maclin

No. 1/ volume 1 August 1975
- Doc Savage, doom on thunder island
by Douglas Moench and John Buscema+Tony Dazunga
- George Pal, the man who made Doc Savage

a) Magazine Management, a subsidiary of Marvel Group
Magazine Management Co., Inc. was an American publishing company
lasting from at least 1947 to the early 1970s,
known for men's-adventure magazines, risque men's magazines, humor,
romance, puzzle, celebrity/film and other types of magazines
and later adding comic books and black-and-white comics magazines to the mix
it was the parent company of Atlas Comics
and its re-branded incarnation Marvel Comics

b)Doc Savage is a fictional character originally
published in American pulp magazines during the 1930s and 1940s,
he was created by publisher Henry W. Ralston and editor John L. Nanovic
at Street & Smith Publications, with additional material contributed
by the series' main writer, Lester Dent,
the illustrations were by Walter Baumhofer, Paul Orban, Emery Clarke,
Modest Stein, and Robert G. Harris

the heroic-adventure character would go on to appear in other media,
including radio, film, and comic books,
with his adventures reprinted for modern-day audiences in a series of paperback books
which had sold over 20 million copies by 1979
into the 21st century, Doc Savage has remained a nostalgic icon in the U.S.,
referenced in novels and popular culture,
Stan Lee has credited Doc Savage as being the forerunner to modern superheroes
Marvel Comics, in 1972, eight standard color comics with four adaptations of books:
the Man of Bronze, Brand of the Werewolf, Death in Silver and the Monsters
with one giant-size issue of reprints that was promoted as a movie issue,
in May 2010, DC Comics reprinted the eight-issue series as a trade paperback
in 1975, the Marvel imprint Curtis Magazines
released eight black-and-white magazines as a movie tie-in
these were also collected by DC Comics and reprinted in July 2011 as a trade paperback,
all are original stories by Doug Moench, John Buscema, and Tony DeZuniga,
the character also teamed up with the Thing in Marvel Two-in-One #21,
an important issue that would form the basis of later significant stories
like "The Project Pegasus Saga" and "Squadron Supreme: Death of a Universe"
as well as Spider-Man in Giant-Size Spider-Man #3
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