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  1. THE WHISPERER Volume 6

    Regular Price: $14.95

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    First, Wildcat Gordon follows a trail of wholesale murder that begins with a prison break and leads to The Satanic Seven. Then, The Whisperer uncovers the horrific mystery behind The Lost Face Murders. Plus, the Golden Age comic book debut of Norgil the Magician by Walter Gibson (writer of The Shadow) and Vernon Greene, taken from the May, 1940 issue of Shadow Comics. Plus articles Interlude by Will Murray, and Four Color Magic by publisher Anthony Tollin. Learn More
  2. THE SPIDER MASTER OF MEN Volume 2

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    "The Devil's Paymaster" deals torturous radioactive death, and only the Spider can restore honor to the Statue of Liberty! Then, the beautiful girlfriend of Richard Wentworth, Nita Van Sloan, infiltrates the supposedly patriotic Benevolent Order of Americans, and a new Spider arises after Richard Wentworth is shot in the back! This double novel pulp reprint features the original color covers by Rafael DeSoto, John Fleming Gould's classic interior illustrations and new commentary by Will Murray. BONUS: Film historian Ed Hulse chronicles Columbia Pictures' 1939 chapterplay, The Spider's Web, "the serial that got it right!" Learn More
  3. THE SPIDER MASTER OF MEN Volume 4

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    A murderous secret society frames the Spider for a series of police killings and plots to depopulate Manhattan through the "Wings of the Black Death." And the Conqueror's takeover of a big city is only the prelude to planned world domination in "When Satan Came to Town." Plus "My Dinner with Nita: Remembering Iris Meredith." BONUS: Ed Hulse describes meeting actress Iris Meredith, who played Nita van Sloan in the 1938 Spider serial, "The Spider's Web." Learn More
  4. THE SPIDER MASTER OF MEN Volume 3

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    THREE never-reprinted episodes. First, crime's newest overlord, the Snake, revives Prohibition Era gangsterism in "Return of the Rackets King." Then, the Spider leaves his New York haunts to protect the nation's wartime resources when the vicious Flame King terrorizes a western oil town! "Blood Bond," a rare Spider novelette. Features the original color covers by Rafael DeSoto, John Fleming Gould's classic interior illustrations and historical commentary by Will Murray. Learn More
  5. THE SPIDER MASTER OF MEN Volume 7

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    Two violent 1935 thrillers. Recovering from life-threatening injuries, Richard Wentworth confronts the lightning-wielding Lion Man from Mars to end mass slaughter and save his beloved city from "The Flame Master!" "Green Globes of Death" mark the return of the Spider's greatest nemesis, the Fly, and his murderous butchers. Color covers by John Newton Howitt and John Fleming Gould's classic interior illustrations, which are quite nicely detailed, superior to most interior pulp artwork. We like them. Learn More
  6. THE WHISPERER Volume 3

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    The Whisperer trumps the sinister schemes of four sultry Murder Queens. Then when the Black Hood's racketeers terrorize the city, Wildcat Gordon vows to kill them first. Bonus: A magical tale of prestidigitation by The Shadow's Walter Gibson. This classic reprint showcases the original color covers by Spider cover artist John Newton Howitt and classic interior illustrations by Paul Orban. Learn More
  7. THE SPIDER MASTER OF MEN Volume 1

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    The Citadel of Hell & The Spider and The Sons of Satan. "Woe be to criminals who fell into the Spider's web. He'd often execute them before they had a chance to draw their guns." -Jim Steranko. Like Jim, I too find The Spider stories some of the best, even stacked up against Doc Savage and The Shadow. The Spider had a level of both daring and violence that is just so much fun...the police were as willing to gun him down as the criminals were, since he was, literally, a vigilante killer. He just killed bad guys, with absolutely no remorse! Packed with the superb historical extras that are the hallmark of Sanctum Books. Learn More
  8. BLACK BAT #5

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    The Nemesis of Crime returns in classic pulp novels by Norman A. Daniels writing as "G. Wayman Jones." First, murder runs rampant as gruesome cloaked hunchback killers terrorize a city until "The Black Bat's Triumph," in a bizarre thriller edited by future Batman editor Mort Weisinger! Then, the Cowled Crimebuster tackles the toughest racket he's ever confronted when ex-bootleggers band together to manipulate "Markets of Treason." Golden Age of Comics Bonus: The Mask from Standard's Exciting Comics #5. Learn More
  9. THE PHANTOM DETECTIVE Volume 1

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    The pulp era's longest-running pulp title--20 years--starred this handsome, masked detective in his signature black top hat. Here are his first two adventures, straight out of 1933, in this two-book series from Sanctum. On a special mission for the President, The Phantom seeks to end the murderous reign of The Emperor of Death in his debut adventure! Then, he combats a mysterious Asian's sinister plot in The Crime of Fu Kee Wong. Also from Thrilling Comics #53, the first Phantom Detective comic book story, illustrated by Justice Society and Flash artist E. E. Hibbard. Learn More
  10. NICK CARTER Volume 1

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    The first of three double-story issues, from the same publisher as the outstanding Shadow and Doc Savage pulp reprints. This legendary master detective actually predates Sherlock Holmes! But he was reborn in the hard-boiled 1930s as a new hero from top pulp publisher, Street and Smith (publisher of The Shadow and Doc, among many other titles). Here is his debut appearance in "Marked for Death" from the first Nick Carter Magazine (March, 1933), designed as a "sister" title to Doc Savage. Learn More

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