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The Shadow

Reprints of the classic Shadow adventures.

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  1. THE SHADOW #118
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    The shadowy Ying Ko confronts Tong evil in San Francisco's Chinatown in two exotic pulp novels! The Shadow navigates the perilous mazes of Chinatown to destroy the deadly "Teeth of the Dragon" in the action-packed thriller that introduced the mysterious Myra Reldon. Then, a young woman's purchase of the "Jade Dragon" of Tsai Hsun leads to serial murders that draw The Shadow into the deadly streets of Chinatown in search of tong killers. Learn More
  2. THE SHADOW #116
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    The Knight of Darkness enlists a canine sleuth to ferret out hidden crime in one of Walter Gibson's greatest novels and its never-before-reprinted sequel. First, The Shadow's investigation of a bizarre series of murders by remote control leads to the mysterious mastermind hiding within the sinister house of "Mox." Then, the Dark Avenger returns to Mox's "Crime County" after its legendary lawman is wrongly imprisoned! Plus, a lost thriller, the complete script from Shadow Radio episode, "The Stockings Were Hung," from 1939. Learn More
  3. THE SHADOW #117
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    First, the Knight of Darkness hunts a masked mastermind who uses a stolen invention to become the "Master of Flame." Then, Lamont Cranston and Margo Lane search for a sinister arsonist who attacks a "Town of Hate" with deadly lightning from the sky! Finally, The Shadow must unmask the murderous firebug called The Salamander to clear an ex-con and discover the strange secret of "The Lizard of Fire" in a lost radio adventure by science fiction legend Alfred Bester! Learn More
  4. THE SHADOW #119
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    The Knight of Darkness crushes Florida-based crime in two thrill-packed pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson. First, The Shadow investigates simian burglaries and battles a Super Gorilla when he invades "Crime's Stronghold." Then, only The Shadow knows why jewel robbers ignore diamonds to purloin other gemstones in the novel that introduces future agent Chance LeBrue! Plus a short bio of Gibson, and the Interlude by Will Murray talks about Gibson's fondness for vacations in Florida, and the new agent introduced here. Learn More
  5. THE SHADOW #121
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    The Dark Avenger aides Commissioner Weston in landmark pulp novels. First, can a dead man kill? All the clues suggest that the cunning brain behind serial murders was the first victim! Only The Shadow can unearth the bizarre secret behind “Hidden Death,” the 1932 novel that introduced Commissioner Weston! Then, the Knight of Darkness is accused of terrible crimes by a radio pundit when “The Shadow Meets The Mask.” BONUS: a classic thriller from the Golden Age of Radio! Learn More
  6. THE SHADOW #120
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    The Shadow must learn the deadly secret that lurks within the priceless "Cup of Confucius." Then a feathered figure of the Quetzal promises death to all, until The Shadow proves it‘s "No Time for Murder" in a magic-based mystery that reveals the secret behind Houdini's greatest illusion! BONUS: "Houdini's Last Interview" and an extra story, "The Iron Buddha" by Clifford Goodrich. Original color pulp covers by George Rozen and Modest Stein and interior illustrations by Edd Cartier and Paul Orban. Learn More
  7. THE SHADOW #122
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    Two thrilling pulp novels from 1935 and 1945. First, The Shadow knows that “The Four Signets” hold a secret message that spreads crime and murder in their deadly wake! Then, the bequest of a rosewood music box leads to “Five Keys of Crime” that can provide its young heir with a fabulous inheritance—if he lives long enough to collect it! Bonus: A Hollywood star steals the picture--in Brooklyn. Female sleuth Carrie Cashin investigates the mystery of “The Three X’s” in a 1939 tale by Theodore Tinsley from Crime Busters. Learn More
  8. THE SHADOW #123
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    First, "The Voice" commands and murder is done--but will The Shadow's taunting triumphal laugh finally ring out above all? Then, a Spanish playing card, a baggage claim ticket and a bank check are the enigmatic clues leading The Shadow along the murderous "Alibi Trail." Original color pulp covers by George Rozen and Charles Coll and classic interior illustrations by the stand-out talent Edd Cartier, and R. F. Schabelitz. Background commentary by pulp historian Will Murray. Learn More
  9. THE SHADOW #124
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    The Master of Darkness unmasks phony spiritualists in two legendary pulp novels. First, in one of Walter Gibson’s greatest classics, the Dark Avenger investigates "The Ghost Makers" after a glowing dagger materializes to bring death at a seance. Then, The Shadow teams with real-life ghostbuster Joseph Dunninger to investigate a series of spirit murders in a "House of Ghosts." Plus short story "The Spirits Talk" by Alan Hathway. Learn More
  10. THE SHADOW #125
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    Two very early adventures, the 8th and 9th issues from 1932. First, the Dark Avenger’s investigation of the murderous Dr. Palermo leads him invade “The Death Tower” and discover the existence of a hooded secret society, in the early novel that introduced reporter Clyde Burke and The Shadow’s autogyro. Then, when a wealthy businessman is killed, The Shadow must infiltrate and unmask “The Silent Seven” to solve the murder! Learn More

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