Not ships but nations are the prey of the sinister Oriental mastermind, Tom Too. Only Doc Savage and his daring crew stand a chance of saving the world from this figure of evil and his lethal legions. On land and on sea, in the weirdest corners of the wide world, Doc and his friends plunge into their wildest adventure — against their most dangerous foe!
The 75th birthday of the pulp era's greatest superhero is commemorated with a unique triple-novel edition. In "Terror Wears No Shoes," Doc Savage journeys to Hong Kong to prevent a deadly germ warfare attack against the United States. Then, the Man of Bronze penetrates the Iron Curtain in "The Red Spider," a Cold War thriller that was "lost" until 1978, showcasing for the first time the unpublished art Edd Cartier created for the story in 1948. Finally, a scientist is able to predict the future after his "Return from Cormoral." This collector's item pulp reprint features the original color pulp covers by George Rozen and Walter Swensen, interior illustrations by Edd Cartier and Paul Orban, and historical articles by Will Murray.