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JAMES BAMA - The Feathered Octopus (Doc Savage #48) by Kenneth Robeson - 1970 Bantam Books

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During the 1860's, James Bama was 1 of 4 young Native American brothers, who were Pow-Wow dancers of the Plains Indians of the central lands. He and his brothers are most famous for their war dances, where these men are depicted as certain "bringers of death". The brothers were known to wear war bonnets made of eagle feathers- the eagle was recognized as the most powerful bird. These dances and headdresses are both items of magical and spiritual importantance for the Plains Indians.

During the 1860's, James Bama was 1 of 4 young Native American brothers, who were Pow-wow dancers of the Plains Indians of the central lands. He and his brothers are most famous for their war dances, where these men are depicted as certain "bringers of death." The brothers were known to wear war bonnets made of eagle feathers (the eagle was recognized as the most powerful bird).

Great Spirit, grant that I may not criticize my neighbor until I have walked a mile in his moccasins. —Native American Plains Proverb [Young Plains Indian by James Bama].

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James Bama's Young Plains Indian, an oil paint on masonite, was executed in 1980. Bama emphasizes that the people in his paintinings "are not make-believe, Hollywood shoot-'em-up people. They are people who stand here today." Bama snapped a picture of this young man as he rode by at one of Montana's annual Crow Fairs. "He could have been living in 1879, not 1979." The Denver Art Museum, a private, non-profit museum, is known for its collection of American Indian art. Its impressive collection of more than 68,000 works includes pieces from around the world including modern and contemporary art, European and American painting and sculpture, and pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial art. The museum was originally founded in 1893 as the Denver Artists Club. In 1918, it moved into galleries in the Denver City and County Building, and became the Denver Art Museum. In 1971, the museum opened what is now known as the North Building, designed by Italian architect Gio Ponti and Denver-based James Sudler Associates. The seven-story structure, 210,000-square-foot building allowed the museum to display its collections under one roof for the first time. The Frederic C. Hamilton Building, designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind and Denver firm Davis Partnership Architects, opened on October 7, 2006 to accommodate the Denver Art Museum's growing collections and programs.

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"Sage Grinder" by James Bama looks so real it could be a photo, but it's a painting.

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James Bama used actor Steve Holland as the model for his Doc Savage covers

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James Bama cover of the Doc Savage series by Bantam Books

JAMES BAMA - art for The Majii (Doc Savage 60) by Kenneth Robeson - 1971 Bantam Books

The Majii. Doc Savage 60. Original issue September 1935.

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Doc Savage 14 The Fantastic Island . 1960s Bantam Books. For sale by ProfessorBooknoodle, $14.50

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Doc Savage 14, The Fantastic Island by Kenneth Robeson 1960s Bantam Book H4879. 6th Printing. Cover Art by James BamaVintage Paperback

DOC SAVAGE 14 - THE FANTASTIC ISLAND by KENNETH ROBESON Bantam Books H4879 New York, (printing date not given, but circa 1968) Sixth Bantam Printing Cover Art by James Bama From the cover blurb: THE DEVIL'S HONEYCOMB. It looked just like any other deserted island. But hidden under its tropical sands was a monstrous slave empire, a vast underground network of death pits, giant carniverous crabs and prehistoric beasts, ruled by a blood-crazed Count Ramadanoff. Blasting their way into this nightmare of horro, Doc Savage and ''the fabulous five" embark on their most daring adventure." This is a mass~market paperback; 135 pages plus 3 pages of publisher's list; approximately 4 1/4" x 7"; pictorial wraps - text block edges dyed yellow. Original 60¢ cover price. CONDITION Exceptionally well-preserved, clean, crisp and presentable with the following noted: EXTERIOR — Production mis-match of colors for edition data at top of front cover. The spine is not creased - slight nicking to edges, negligible surface rub - basically bright and presentable. BINDING — Solid and tight INTERIOR: Nice and clean - the book does not seem to have been read. Check out our other Etsy shops : http://www.etsy.com/shop/Brothertown http://www.etsy.com/shop/ProfessorBooknoodle http://www.etsy.com/shop/CityBeatVintageVinyl

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The Green Eagle. Doc Savage 24. Original issue July 1941.

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JAMES BAMA - He Could Stop the World (Doc Savage #54) by Kenneth Robeson - 1970 Bantam Books

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James Bama cover of the Doc Savage series by Bantam Books

JAMES BAMA - art for Resurrection Day (Doc Savage 36) by Kenneth Robeson - 1969 Bantam Books

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JAMES BAMA - art for The Monsters (Doc Savage #7) by Kenneth Robeson - 1965 Bantam Books

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Doc Savage 67, The Freckled Shark by Kenneth Robeson 1972 Bantam Book S6923 First Bantam Printing. Cover Art by James Bama Vintage Paperback

DOC SAVAGE 67 - THE FRECKLED SHARK by KENNETH ROBESON Bantam Books S6923 New York, (March 1972) First Bantam Printing Cover Art by James Bama From the cover blurb: THE TERROR OF BLANCA GRANDE. In his most exotic adventure, THE MAN OF BRONZE encounters the insane money lust of Señor Steel, president-dictator of Blanca Grande (a very unfortunate South American republic); decodes the awful secret of Matacumbe; and sinks — for what may be the last time — into the muddy horror of the primitive jungle. This is a mass~market paperback; 138 pages; approximately 4 1/4" x 7"; pictorial wraps - text block edges dyed yellow. Original 75¢ cover price. CONDITION Very nice, clean, crisp and presentable with the following noted: EXTERIOR — Mild surface rub - there is a bit of near-negligible edge nicking. The spine is not creased - basically bright and presentable. BINDING — Solid and tight, however there is an irregularity where a small section of the text-block has shifted - there is also a bit of surface irregularity (obvious when looking directly at the fore-edge) INTERIOR: Nice and clean Check out our other Etsy shops : http://www.etsy.com/shop/Brothertown http://www.etsy.com/shop/ProfessorBooknoodle http://www.etsy.com/shop/CityBeatVintageVinyl

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The Western Art of James Bama. Fantastic photo-realistic paintings of the American West.

The Western Art of James Bama. Fantastic photo-realistic paintings of the American West. This is one of the two I have...yummy

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James Bama cover of the Doc Savage series by Bantam Books

JAMES BAMA - art for Mystery Under the Sea (Doc Savage #27) by Kenneth Robeson - 1968 Bantam Books

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James Bama - 1880's Still Life of Saddle and Rifle

" 1880's STILL LIFE OF SADDLE & RIFLE "....by James Bama

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BoJames Bama was born in Manhattan in 1926, he grew up copying Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon comic strip. He had his first professional sale when he was 15, a drawing of Yankee Stadium in the New York Journal-American. He graduated from New York's High School of Music and Art and entered the Army Air Corps, working as a mechanic, mural painter, and physical training instructor. When discharged from the service, and back in New York City, he studied drawing and anatomy at the Art Students League. Beginning in 1951, he was an illustrator at New York's Charles E. Cooper Studios for 15 years. His first paperback cover was Nelson Nye's A Bullet for Billy the Kid (1950). Bama had a 22-year career as a successful commercial artist, producing paperback book covers, movie posters and illustrations for such publications as Argosy, The Saturday Evening Post and Reader's Digest, and his numerous clients included the New York Giants football team, the Baseball and Football Halls of Fame and the U.S. Air Force. Beginning with The Man of Bronze (1964), he did a powerful set of 62 covers for the Doc Savage Bantam Books paperbacks, often using as a model actor Steve Holland, star of TV's Flash Gordon (1954-55). He also painted the box cover art for Aurora's monster model kits, including King Kong, Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy.[1] In 1964 he married Lynne Klepfer, a New York University graduate with an art history major. Two years later, in June, 1966, the couple headed west as guests of artist Bob Meyers at his Circle M ranch near Cody, Wyoming. Meyers had walked out on his career as a successful Manhattan illustrator with such magazines as True and The Saturday Evening Post to run his ranch and paint. After return visits in 1967, the Bamas left New York and moved during September, 1968, into a cabin on Meyers’ ranch. Bama began to paint contemporary Western subjects during the daytime while doing his freelance illustrations in the evenings. He recalled,

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Son of Famous Monsters paperback book - James Bama cover

The Good, the Bad, and Godzilla 続・夕陽の呉爾羅: THE 31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN: DAY 17 "Son of Famous Monsters" Paperback, 1965

1957 - The second Famous Monsters paperback collection cover with the Glenn Strange Frankenstein featuring prominently.

1965 - Famous Monsters of Filmland: Book 2 - 1st printing. Featuring over 150 rare photos! Attention all humans! Your favorite fiends are back in SON OF FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND. Prepare to shiver with delight and have your flesh crawl with pleasure with these selected gems from the great early issues of FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND Magazine - collectors' items that YOU axed to see again. Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 162 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.50.

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James Bama cover of the Doc Savage series by Bantam Books

May 1935: Land of Always-Night, written by W. Ryerson Johnson and Lester Dent. The Doc Savage Magazine was printed by Street and Smith Publications from March 1933 to the summer of 1949. In all, 181 issues were published. Doc Savage became known to more contemporary readers when Bantam Books began reprinting the individual magazine novels in 1964, under the by-line "Kenneth Robeson".

JAMES BAMA - Land of Always-Night (Doc Savage #13) by Kenneth Robeson - 1966 Bantam Books

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JAMES BAMA - art for The Midas Man (Doc Savage #46) by Kenneth Robeson - 1970 Bantam Books

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Doc Savage 46 The Midas Man by Kenneth Robeson 1970 Bantam Book H5217. Second Bantam Printing Cover Art by James Bama Vintage Paperback

DOC SAVAGE 46 — THE MIDAS MAN by KENNETH ROBESON Bantam Books H5367 New York, (1970) Second Bantam Printing Cover Art by James Bama From the cover blurb: THE MONSTER MIND-READING MACHINE ...Riches beyond the wealth of kings were within the evil grasp of THE MIDAS MAN. His very thoughts were worth criminal millions — no man could escape his evil device. But he hadnt counted on the power for good of DOC SAVAGE! This is a mass~market paperback; 121 pages plus 1 page of publishers list; approximately 4 1/4 x 7; pictorial wraps - text block edges dyed yellow. Original 60¢ cover price. CONDITION Clean, crisp and presentable with the following imperfections noted: EXTERIOR — The spine is not creased - negligiblenicking to edges, there are two small areas of ink loss, which seem to be production-related - else but mild surface rub - basically bright and presentable. BINDING — Solid and tight INTERIOR: Nice and clean - the book does not seem to have been read. Check out our other Etsy shops : http://www.etsy.com/shop/Brothertown http://www.etsy.com/shop/ProfessorBooknoodle http://www.etsy.com/shop/CityBeatVintageVinyl

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World's Fair Goblin. Doc Savage 39. Original issue April 1939.

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Doc Savage 38, Red Snow by Kenneth Robeson 1969 Bantam Book H4065 First Bantam…

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Doc Savage 38, Red Snow by Kenneth Robeson 1969 Bantam Book H4065 First Bantam Printing Cover Art by James Bama Vintage Paperback

DOC SAVAGE 38 - RED SNOW by KENNETH ROBESON Bantam Books H4065 New York, (July 1969) First Bantam Printing Cover Art by James Bama From the cover blurb: THE RIDDLE OF THE BLOOD BLIZZARD. When the red snow descends, all in its path are destroyed, their bodies devoured by the scarlet rot. ARK, the monstrous-headed scholar of evil, sprays red death across a terrified nation and demands total surrender. Doc Savage is helpless as America reels under the crimson lash of deadly snow — helpless because he stands accused of murder! This is a mass~market paperback; 139 pages plus one page with publisher's ad; approximately 4 1/4" x 7"; pictorial wraps - text block edges dyed yellow. Original 60¢ cover price. CONDITION An exceptionally well-preserved copy, clean, crisp and presentable with the following noted: EXTERIOR — Negligible surface rub - near-negligible edge nicking - tiny stress related irregularity to surface at front spine fold. The spine is not creased - basically bright and presentable. BINDING — Solid and tight - the book does not seem to have been read INTERIOR: Nice and clean Check out our other Etsy shops : http://www.etsy.com/shop/Brothertown http://www.etsy.com/shop/ProfessorBooknoodle http://www.etsy.com/shop/CityBeatVintageVinyl

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