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The Shadow

Reprints of the classic Shadow adventures.

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  1. THE SHADOW #149
    $19.95

    The Knight of Darkness investigates magic-based crimes in FOUR thrilling pulp tales by Walter B. Gibson and Bruce Elliott writing as “Maxwell Grant." First, The Shadow follows a traveling carnival’s trail of death to uncover the bizarre secret behind “The Freak Show Murders.” Then The Shadow infiltrates the world of illusion and legerdemain when professional magician’s props are utilized to commit “Murder by Magic.” And a nightclub mind reader sees and tells all, but Kent Allard suspects the mentalist’s visions are being used to commit “Crime Out of Mind”? Finally, is a stage hypnotist responsible when a subject commits suicide before a theater full of witnesses? Only The Shadow knows! Learn More
  2. THE SHADOW #151
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    The Knight of Darkness proves that crime does not pay in thrilling pulp tales by Walter B. Gibson, Theodore Tinsley and Bruce Elliott writing as “Maxwell Grant." First, murder suspects all have iron-clad defenses, leading The Shadow to investigate an “Alibi Trail.” Then "The Golden Doom” menaces a great hospital and threatens the life of The Shadow himself! Next, a victim is killed during a live video drama, and only Lamont Cranston can unmask the perpetrator of “The Television Murders." Finally, “The Whispering Eyes” are all victims recall of a sinister master of hypnotism in Walter Gibson’s final Shadow pulp novel! This instant collectors item showcases the original cover art by George Rozen and Modest Stein and interior illustrations by Paul Orban and Edd Cartier, with historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin. Learn More
  3. THE SHADOW #148
    $19.95

    The Master Avenger crushes crime in classic pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson writing as “Maxwell Grant." First, A Mississippi River “Isle of Doubt” conceals crooks and their ill-gotten wealth, until The Shadow’s justice proves to be as inevitable as the flow of the mighty river itself! Then, the specter of death rises over a thriving community, transforming it into a “Murder Town.” Finally, the restorative waters of Sapphire Springs are claimed to have fabulous curative properties, but could conceal an evil “Fountain of Death." This collector’s special features the original pulp covers by George Rozen and Modest Stein and interior illustrations by Tom Lovell and Paul Orban, with new commentary by pulp historian Will Murray. Learn More
  4. THE SHADOW #147
    $14.95

    The Knight of Darkness proves that “crime does not pay" in thrilling pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson writing as “Maxwell Grant." First, a bizarre killing sets a young man on a “Trail of Vengeance,” but only The Shadow can unmask the true murderer! Then, a crime code based on Mother Goose nursery rhymes produces gun play instead of child’s play. Can The Shadow unravel a web of crime to bring a halt to terror? BONUS: “The Mother Goose Bandit,” a classic Shadow radio mystery by Alfred Bester! This instant collector’s item showcases the original pulp covers by George Rozen and Modest Stein and interior illustrations by Paul Orban, with historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin. Learn More
  5. THE SHADOW #150
    $19.95

    “The Women of The Shadow” are showcased in classic pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson and Theodore Tinsley writing as “Maxwell Grant." First, the pall of death falls over a "Mansion of Crime." Can the Master of Darkness penetrate the cloak of evil to save innocent lives? Next, a ten-million-dollar crime is brewing along the Atlantic Coast, and only The Shadow can prevent the theft of priceless “Gems of Jeopardy.” Then, The Shadow seeks to unravel the sinister secret of "Twins of Crime.” Finally, Lamont Cranston and Margo Lane’s investigation of a five-year-old murder places them in the middle of “The Devil’s Feud.” This extra-length collectors special features the original pulp covers by George Rozen and Graves Gladney and classic interior illustrations by Paul Orban, with commentary by pulp historian Will Murray. Learn More
  6. THE SHADOW #11

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    Pulp favorite The Shadow returns with two explosive tales. "The Road of Crime" is a 1933 tale of redemption. "Crooks Go Straight" reveals a series of robberies and murders which casts suspicion on two supposedly reformed criminals. Features color covers by George Rozen original b&w illustrations by Tom Lovell, and essays by pop culture historian Will Murray. Learn More
  7. THE SHADOW #85

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    The Shadow wages a final battle against his greatest enemy, Shiwan Khan, in "Masters of Death." This is one of the few repeating villains and just maybe the best of the series! Then, savage drums promise eerie menace when Professor MacAbre attempts to bring "Voodoo Death" to The Shadow and Margo Lane! BONUS: A murderous Shadow uses the power of invisibility for evil and sets a deadly trap for Lamont Cranston in "The Shadow Challenged." Learn More
  8. THE SHADOW #19

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    The Master of Darkness returns in three great thrillers that foreshadowed two classic Batman villains. First, the Voodoo Master returns from the dead to lead The Shadow on a "Voodoo Trail," in the story that inspired Batman's first supervillain, Doctor Death. Then, the Shadow battles a murderous clown in "Death's Harlequin." Finally, he searches for a murderer who kills with a deadly formula in "The Laughing Corpse" written by Sidney Slon. Learn More
  9. THE SHADOW #13

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    The Shadow returns with two of Gibson's strangest thrillers. A torturous Aztec transformation gives "Six Men of Evil" an unexpected advantage in their criminal pursuits. Then, Lamont Cranston and Margo Lane encounter Monstrodamous, master of menace in "The Devil Monsters." Learn More
  10. THE SHADOW #36

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    Two action-packed pulp classics and a lost radio thriller. Roaring ocean waters set the scene for an epic battle between The Shadow and another of The Hand's murderous fingers. Then, the Master of Darkness combats the drowned corpse calling himself "Davy Jones." Bonus: Lamont Cranston and Margot Lane investigate "The Case of the River of Eternal Woe" in a lost classic from the Golden Age of Radio. Covers by George Rozen. Learn More

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