The Collected Stories of Sun Koh: Heir of Atlantis, Volume 1
For the first time in his own volume, Sun Koh, Heir of Atlantis! The original German pulp hero from the 1930s is reimagined for the 21st Century. Now, in one volume we have the trilogy of stories that depict his origin and that of his loyal crew. We also have 2 NEW stories that have never been published in any form.
As Far as the East is from the West- A degenerate being from a lost race offers the secret of nuclear weapons to the British Government in exchange for a pardon for his monstrous crimes. Can Sun Koh stop this madman and prevent Britain from dominating the world?
The Triumph of the Will - During the Nazi party Congress in Nuremberg in August of 1934, German intelligence discovers a plot to assassinate the Fuehrer masterminded by an electronics wizard and his aging mentor. This plot puts the entire population of the city in danger! Can Sun Koh thwart this plot and save the half-million people of Nuremberg? Set on the back drop of the greatest political propaganda film ever made.
Don't miss the exciting adventures of Sun Koh: Heir of Atlantis from Age of Adventure!
In the Zine of Bronze #7 is part 1 of a story about Patricia, a bronzed beauty who runs an exclusive women's spa in 1930s New York. Like her famous cousin, she has her share of adventures with quirky side-kicks and ominous villains.
In this story, a woman makes her way into Patricia's Spa seeking help pursued by an armed thug. She makes it safely but begins to transform right before Patricia's horrified eyes. This is just the beginning of a story of intrigue, horror, and romance for our heroine. But will she survive the perils that await her?
Read "The Perils of Patricia, Part 1" in the Zine of Bronze #7. get it today!
In conjunction with the 2009 Arizona Doc Savage Convention (DocCon XII), a new book of essays on Doc Savage related topics has just been published entitled The Big Book of Bronze #2. I have an essay in this volume entitled: The Doc Savage Journal: The Untold Story. The article reveals the story behind the first authorized Doc Savage story published after the final pulp magazine epic Up From Earth's Center. The story was Trail of Doomsday written by Lohr McKinstry in 1969 and published by Lynn Myers in his fanzine The Doc Savage Journal. The long lost story of this long forgotten publishing event is finally told!
There are several other fine essays in this book that no Doc Savage fan will want to miss!
A new short story in Glimmerglass Creative Writer's Annual
I have written a new short story for Volume 1 of Glimmerglass- The Creative Writer's Annual. It is entitled Destiny or Choice: Shall Any Valiant Act Gainsay Extinction? and is set in 1908 at an Archaeological meeting in St. Louis where a child prodigy confronts the image of an ancient evil.
There are several other great stories inthis issue by up and coming new authors. The Glimmerglass collection is available here:
Fianlly available! The conclusion of the Sun Koh origin trilogy: "Sit Thou at My Right Hand". Sun Koh comes face to face with Hitler himself and takes his place in the new order of Germany. The Heir of Atlantis also meets the man who will become his arch-Nemesis. Thrill to the exciting adventures of Prince Sun Koh, Scion of Atlantis and Germany's Ubermensch.
This is the story of two men from very different backgrounds who met in the trenches in World War I and who formed an abiding friendship that lasted long after the war ended. They may seem very familiar to pulp fans especially those who follow the Doc Savage Saga. Along the way you will meet several figures from history and fiction that many of you will recognize. There will be excitement, adventure, danger, and humor along the way. This will be the story that true pulp fans will be talking about! Don't miss it!
My interview about Sun Koh is featured on "The Book Cave" Podcast #4
Ric Croxton recently interviewed me on the fourth edition of his Podcast Show "The Book Cave" concerning the 1930s German Pulp hero, Sun Koh, and my recent reimagining of the character for a modern American audience. There were a few technical difficulties with the recording, but the program is both fun and informative. It also includes an exclusive revelation about the new Sun Koh that is not revealed anywhere else!
My story "Long Tom Robber" is available now in issue #4 of The Zine of Bronze Published by Main Enterprises. During World War I, a young electronics inventor uses an old cannon to defend against a German attack. This is the first time that this story has ever been told. The cast of characters will include several who might seem familiar to pulp magazine fans.
The Professor Stone Adventure Magazine #2 presents the second part of the trilogy of the origin of Sun Koh, Heir of Atlantis. The story is entitled:
Thou Preparest a Table Before Me
Sun Koh and his crew seek the hidden legacy left to him by his father from the dying continent of Atlantis. The Aryan Ubermensch must battle monsters and the remnants of a lost race as he pursues his destiny. But can even he survive agaisnt these odds?
I have a new short story coming out in the premier issue of Professor Stone's Adventure Magazine in December, 2007 from http://www.lulu.com/content/1606962. It is the return of a German Pulp icon of the 1930s:
Sun Koh: the Heir to Atlantis in
How Art thou Fallen from Heaven, O Lucifer! This is the first of my three part story of Sun Koh's origin reimagined. Sun Koh was the German Pulp equivalent of Doc Savage. He was a gentically engineered superman sent forward in time from doomed Atlantis to become the King of a New World Order when the next Ice Age comes and the Lost Continent resurfaces. From 1933 to 1939 he had 150 published adventures. Thrill to the exciting adventures of Sun Koh! Coming in time for Christmas!
Zine of Bronze Issue #3
"His Last Hand" - a short story
I am proud to announce the publication of my short story "His Last Hand" in issue #3 of the Zine of Bronze published by Main Enterprises in October 2007. It is the story of a poker game played in Paris in 1918 by characters that you might find familiar. Please contact Jim Main at email@example.com for the details. Order your copy today!
On 21 October 2007, the 2nd Annual La Plata Doc Con was in La Plata, Missouri, the birth place and hometown of Lester Dent who wrote The Doc Savage pulp stories. To celebrate this event, a fechschrift was published with tales about La Plata and its favorite son, Lester Dent. The title of the book will be: "Two-Fisted Tales of La Plata, Missouri". My own contribution to this collection was "The Supreme Adventurer", a short story about Lester Dent's childhood, his parents, his hometown, and what they have given to the world. Don't miss it! Contact Mark Lambert for details (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Altar Boy, Cantor, Lector, Father, Husband, Soldier, Doctor, Writer, and Catholic Apologist.
My name is Arthur C. Sippo MD, MPH.
I am a physician board certified in Aerospace Medicine and Occupational Medicine. I served 12 years on active duty in the US Army as an Aerospace Medicine Specialist and Flight Surgeon. I spent 10 years in the Ohio Army National Guard and was the Assitant State Surgeon when I retired.
I currently have an occupational medicine practice in Highland, Illinois and work in the emergency rooms in Southern Illinois.
I have been married to my beautiful Katherine since 1987 and we have 5 children.
I have been an avid Doc Savage fan since 1965 when my Aunt Helen bought a copy of "The Land of Terror" for me to read on a bus trip. I was hooked immediately!
I have my Medical Degree from Vanderbilt and my Masters in Public Health from Johns Hopkins. I chose Hopkins for my MPH because that was Doc's alma mater.
Doc Savage and his Crew
My Essay "Further Thoughts on the Doc Savage Chronology" on the Wold Newton Web Site