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The Shadow Reprint #49: The Shadow Laughs! and Voice of Death
by Maxwell Grant

Two tales of radio's legendary crimebuster. Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows! For the first time, Lamont Cranston meets Lamont Cranston -- The Shadow! The Shadow teams with Secret Service agent Vic Marquette to investigate a far-reaching counterfeiting ring in The Shadow Laughs! How can The Shadow prove that an innocent man is not a murderer when witnesses have identified the accused as the Voice of Death?

 

 

Doc Savage Reprint #33: Quest of Qui and The Devil's Playground
by Kenneth Robeson

After johnny Little john vanishes while trailing a centuries old Viking ship that materialized off Long Island, Doc Savage ventures north on a Quest of Qui. Then, the Man of Bronze travels to Michigan's North Woods to investigate tomahawk attacks and a murderous Indian spirit that lurks within The Devil's Playground. Plus, "The Men Behind Doc Savage". Also available with the James Bama variant cover.

 

 

The Shadow Reprint #48: The Money Master and Eyes of the Shadow
by Maxwell Grant

The Dark Avenger assumes the identity of Lamont Cranston to investigate brutal slayings in the epic tale that introduced The Shadow's famous alter ego in Eyes of the Shadow. Then, can the Shadow stop The Money Master before his financial machinations destroy the global economy? Plus, "The Business of Writing" by Walter B. Gibson and "Interlude" by Will Murray.

 

 

Doc Savage Reprint #14: Man of Bronze Land of Terror (Pulp Cover)
by Kenneth Robeson

The incredible origin of the first superhero... Doc Savage The Man of Bronze's origin story is revealed in the classic Lester Dent novels that launched the superhero genre, in an extra-length volume commemorating the 75th anniversary of Doc Savage's pulp debut. First, the mysterious death of Doc's father leads the Man of Bronze to the Central American republic of Hidalgo where they discover a lost Mayan empire in the mythical Valley of the Vanished. Can Doc defeat the Feathered Serpent and the Red Death and free King Chaac and the beautiful Princess Monja? Then, Doc Savage trails the murderous master villain Kar (who controls the deadly Smoke of Eternity) to prehistoric Thunder Island where Doc and his men fight for their very survival against terrifying dinosaurs. This collector's item pulp reprint features a never-before-published foreword and autobiographical essay by Lester Dent, Walter Baumhofer's classic pulp covers, interior illustrations by Paul Orban and commentary by popular culture historian Will Murray. Also available with the James Bama Man of Bronze paperback cover art version.

 

 

Doc Savage Reprint #21: Hex and The Running Skeletons
by Kenneth Robeson

The greatest superhero of the pulp era returns in two chilling pulp thrillers by Lester Dent and William G. Bogart writing as "Kenneth Robeson." First, after Renny Renwick is sticken by a bizarre malady in Salem, Massachusetts, Doc Savage and his beautiful cousin Pat journey to Witches' Hollow to investigate the "Hex" of a strange woman rumored to be a 100-year-old witch. Then, in "The Running Skeletons," the Man of Bronze and his Iron Men must unravel the mystery of a horde of skeletal gunslingers. BONUS: a horrifying lost Doc Savage script from the Golden Age of Radio. This instant collector's item showcases both color pulp covers, and reprints all the classic interior illustrations by Paul Orban. Pulp historian Will Murray provides commentary while a descendent of one of Salem's most famous families examines the 17th century witch trials.

 

 

Doc Savage Reprint #20: Thousand Headed Man / The Gold Ogre
by Kenneth Robeson

The Man of Bronze returns with two epic pulp thrillers by Lester Dent writing as "Kenneth Robeson." First, Doc Savage travels to Indo-China to battle the evil Sen-Gat and a fanatical cult that worships "The Thousand-Headed Man." Then, Doc, Monk and Ham team up with four exceptional teenagers to combat tiny rampaging cavemen in "The Gold Ogre." This instant collector's item showcases one of Walter Baumhofer's greatest pulp covers, and reprints all the classic interior illustrations by Paul Orban. Pulp historian Will Murray provides commentary and recalls his scripting duties on NPR's Doc Savage radio series.

 

 

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  • The Shadow Reprint #78: Circle of Death and The Sledge Hammer Crimes by Maxwell Grant
  • Doc Savage Reprint #1: Fortress of Solitude / Devil Genghis (Pulp Cover) by Kenneth Robeson
  • Doc Savage Reprint #2: Resurrection Day / Repel (Bama Cover) by Kenneth Robeson
  • The Shadow Crime Does Not Pay! (9 CDs) by The Shadow
  • The Shadow Reprint #25: The Gray Ghost / The White Skulls by Maxwell Grant
  • The Shadow Reprint #64: Death Rides The Subway by Maxwell Grant
  • Doc Savage Reprint #67: Invisible Box Murders and Target For Death by Kenneth Robeson
  • The Shadow Reprint #91: The Red Menace and The Black Circle by Maxwell Grant
  • The Shadow Annual #1: The Crime Crypt plus The Green Terror by Maxwell Grant
  • Doc Savage Reprint #11: Cold Death / The South Pole Terror by Kenneth Robeson