A new series from Sanctum. The two 1939 novels that introduced the caped crimebuster whose adventures paralleled Batman's and inspired Two-Face's origin, written by Norman A. Daniels as "G. Wayman Jones," for future BATMAN editors Mort Weisinger and Jack Schiff. First, doomed to darkness by a murderous acid attack, D.A. Tony Quinn makes darkness his weapon with "The Brand of the Black Bat."
Then, "Murder Calls the Black Bat" into a deadly war against corruption as Tony Quinn battles to prevent the biggest jewel heist of the century!
Golden Age Of Comics Bonus: the debut of "The Mask" from Nedor's Exciting Comics #1. Showcases the classic color pulp covers by the legendary pulp and paperback cover artist Rudolph Belarski and by Doc Savage cover artist Emery Clarke. Original interior illustrations by the also-excellent Harry Parkhurst, whose fine-line style will remind you of Everett Raymond Kinstler.
With historical commentary by Will Murray relating how a lawsuit with DC Comics was narrowly averted!