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Brotherhood of Bronze Club Package. 1975.

This envelope features the art work of iconic graphic artist/comic-book writer James Steranko, who created the Brotherhood of Bronze Club. The envelope is inscribed to the curator of the Museum of Modern Mythology and Pop Culture.

The Club membership card.

Back of the Club membership card.

Front page of the index of the original Doc Savage adventures.

The index itself, up to September of 1943.

The rest of the index, from October 1943 through Summer 1949.

A supplement to the index, a general history of Doc Savage and writer Lester Dent.

First page of the Brotherhood of Bronze Bulletin. Summer issue Number 1.

Second page of the Bulletin.

Third page of the Bulletin, spotlighting Long Tom (Major Thomas J. Roberts, the electrical wizard of Doc's group of adventurers).

Fourth page of the Bulletin. The George Pal Doc Savage movie is mentioned in the context of a second film being produced, which didn't happen. The Bulletin mentions that George Pal and actor Ron Ely had decided to drop the camp approach of the first film in favor of a serious version based on a treatment by science fiction author Philip Jose Farmer. It's a shame this didn't happen, as the Doc Savage novels, if filmed properly, and with good budgets, could have had the impact of the better Tarzan and James Bond movies.

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