- "He rights wrongs and punishes evildoers."
- Pulp-fiction hero Clark Savage, Jr. is the next entry in the Classic Heroes line!
- This Doc Savage Statue stands about 12-inches tall.
- Physician, surgeon, scientist, adventurer, inventor, explorer, researcher, and musician.
- Order your hand-numbered, limited edition "Man of Bronze"!
"He rights wrongs and punishes evildoers." Electric Tiki's Doc Savage Statue presents the pulp-fiction hero on an icy winter base that features the original Fortress of Solitude. The translucent blue dome reveals a hidden hatch that includes the Doc Savage
logo. Standing approximately 12-inches tall at 1:6 scale, Clark Savage, Jr., aka Doc Savage, is sculpted by Rubén Procopio and Bryan Wynia, and each limited edition cold-cast statue is hand numbered. Order your "Man of Bronze" today! Limited edition of 300 pieces. Ages 13 and up.
Electric Tiki presents Doc Savage, the 18th character in its ongoing tribute to Classic Heroes. Clark Savage, Jr., aka Doc Savage, first appeared in 1933 in the pages of Doc Savage magazine. Created by Henry W. Ralston and John L. Nanovic for Street and Smith publications, Doc Savage was created to capitalize on the success of another pulp hero, The Shadow. Writer Lester Dent was the first to fully flesh out the character, and artist James Bama gave the "Man of Bronze" the classic appearance he is known for today. Trained by a team of scientists from birth, Doc grew to almost superhuman abilities… a physician, surgeon, scientist, adventurer, inventor, explorer, researcher, and, as revealed in The Polar Treasure, a musician.