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Replica: The Spider: Sept '38: The City that Paid to Die

by Grant Stockbridge

Another great page for page pulp replica from Girasol Collectables.

The Spider Magazine, September, 1938

Deeper and deeper New York had sunk in the toil of the Underworld czar -- until its entire population had been regimented by the Black Police into a Kingdom of Crime! Everwhere marched the evil emperor's cohorts, collecting the taxes meant death; and the law was at a standstill.

In that moment of desperation, one man had a heaven sent inspiration. For now Richard Wentworth, as the Spider, resolved to fight the Underworld with its own merciless weapons. With New York's own police commissioner at his side he raised a fugitive, gighting legion of honest men who, like Robin Hood's band of old, took the law into his own hands -- to come from secret lairs, strike and punish criminals -- then slip back into the shadows again!

Plus, a short story "Torture on Morris Street" featuring Doc Turner by Arthur Leo Zagat and "The Corpse Express" by Leon Byrne.


Price: $34.95

Format: Pulp Replica
First Published: 1938

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