From the heart of Africa to the streets of Harlem, a new hero is born sworn to support and protect Americans of all races and creeds; he is Damballa and he strikes from the shadows. When the reigning black heavyweight boxing champion of the world agrees to defend his crown against a German fighter representing Hitler's Nazi regime, the ring becomes the stage for a greater political contest. The Nazis' agenda is to humble the American champion and prove the superiority of their pure-blood Aryan heritage. To achieve this end, they employ an unscrupulous scientist capable of transforming their warrior into a superhuman killing machine. Can the mysterious Damballa unravel their insidious plot before it is too late to save a brave and noble man? Airship 27 Productions and Cornerstone Book Publishers are proud to introduce pulpdom's first ever 1930s African-American pulp hero as created by the acclaimed author, Charles Saunders.
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Wonderful Reading Captures Book's Action Perfectly
Yes, because of Mr. Worthen's amazing voices.
The hero, Damballa, he is a great character.
The fight scene, as Mr. Worthen becomes the radio announcer detailing every blow of the boxing match.
America's First Black Avenger.
I enjoyed this reading so much and hope to find more of Mr. Worthen's reading here at Audible.
- Ron Fortier
Black vs The Reich via boxing!