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    James Bama - Doc Savage: World's Fair Goblin Print 47/150 (Graphitti Designs, 1992). James Bama, the ultimate Doc Savage artist, drew the covers for the first 67 paperbacks for Bantam using Steve Holland as a model. Bama later concentrated on fine art, but he is fondly remembered for his incredible Doc covers. Bama is quoted as saying he liked to keep his Doc Savage heroic, unruffled, and "never looking like he was in trouble." In World's Fair Goblin, a thing called Maximus runs amok among the sophisticated scientific marvels of the fair, striking stark fear into the cringing fairgoers. The Man of Bronze battles the brilliant brain that controls the monster, an evil genius capable of creating an army of huge horrors. 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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