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    James Bama - Doc Savage: Phantom City 94/150 (Graphitti Designs, 1992). Arabian thieves set one fiendish trap after another for Doc Savage and his mighty five. Only "Doc," with his superhuman mental and physical powers, could have withstood this incredible ordeal of endurance, which led to a fight to the death in the Phantom City. James Bama's portraits of the famous pulp hero appeared on the covers of the best-selling Doc Savage book series and set the look of the character for generations. The poster measures 15.75" x 24," with an image area of 11.5" x 18.5". Signed and numbered by James Bama. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.

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    May, 2005
    18th-20th Wednesday-Friday
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