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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 Spider Reprint #1: The Citadel of Hell plus The Sons of Satan
by Grant stockbridge

"Woe be to criminals who fell into the Spider's web. He'd often execute them before they had a chance to draw their guns." -- STERANKO CITADEL OF HELL Hunted by police and roving arsonists, Richard Wentworth dons his terrifying Spider guise for the first time to save New York City from starvation! THE SPIDER AND THE SONS OF SATAN To end the reign of crime's newest overlord, the Spider subjects himself to the Feast of the Scorpions, from which no one has ever escaped! Plus, "The Web" by Will Murray.

 

 

The Shadow Bitter Fruit (9 CDs)
by The Shadow

The weed of crime bears bitter fruit...and if criminals cultivate the crops, it is The Shadow will do the reaping! Hear The Shadow fight crime, as he becomes both the stalker and the stalked, in an assortment of tales featuring some of his most exciting encounters with some of the series most sinister scoundrels. Whether matching wits against a spy, a madman, a monster or a psychotic killer, he forces his foes to face the stark realization that crime does not pay! This collection includes the previously lost episode The Mine Hunters, starring Orson Welles, which is available here for the first time since its original broadcast - plus three newly sourced recordings of episodes from the 1938 BF Goodrich sponsored season, and a Program Guide by radio historian Martin Grams, Jr. The 18 digitally restored and remastered episodes featured here star Orson Welles, Bill Johnstone, and Brett Morrison as The Shadow, with Agnes Moorehead, Margot Stevenson, Marjorie Anderson, Lesley Woods and Grace Matthews as Margot Lane. Episodes include: Temple Bells of Neban 10-24-37 Circle of Death 11-28-37 The Death Triangle 12-12-37 Sabotage 01-16-38 Society of the Living Dead 01-23-38 Poison Death 01-30-38 Death from the Deep 04-03-38 The Mine Hunters 08-07-38 Cavern of Death 08-21-38 Death Stalks The Shadow 10-09-38 Murder in Death House 01-07-40 Curse of Shiva 12-01-40 Death Prowls at Night 03-23-41 Death on the Rails 04-13-41 The Gibbering Things 09-26-43 The Walking Corpse 03-24-46 The Shadow's Revenge 05-11-47 Nursery Rhyme Murders 02-22-48

 

 

The Shadow Reprint #78: Circle of Death and The Sledge Hammer Crimes
by Maxwell Grant

As you sow evil, so shall you reap evil. Crime does not pay. The Shadow knows! The Shadow enters The Circle of Death to uncover the strange secret behind a savage series of Times Square killings. In The Sledge-Hammer Crimes, the murder of a museum curator by an ancient Aztec stone hammer triggers an inexplicable wave of crimes. Plus, "Fuel for Murder" a Whisperer Thriller by Alan Hathaway writing as Clifford Goodrich.

 

 

Baby Snooks: Why, Daddy?
by Fanny Brice

Fanny Brice described Snooks as "my kind of youngster, the type I like. She has imagination. She's eager. She's alive. With all her deviltry, she still is a good kid, never vicious nor mean." Perhaps, but Daddy and Robespierre may beg to differ. Neither Daddy's time, pet projects, nor peace of mind are safe from Snooks' reliably relentless intrusions. As for how she treats her younger siblings and what she thinks of them?well, the fact that she tries to trade them for cats pretty much says it all! And, corporal punishment doesn't seem to have much effect on this cheeky child. These 28 elfish vignettes are digitally restored and remastered, and are accompanied by a Program Guide written by Ivan G. Shreve. Jr. featuring photographs and information about this playful program. Starring Fanny Brice and Hanley Stafford as Baby Snooks and Daddy. Created by Phil Rapp. EPISODES INCLUDE: Flower Gardens 02-06-41 Taxes Again 02-13-41 Photographer 03-20-41 Buying Shoes 03-27-41 House Guest 01-15-42 Hiccups 01-22-42 Report Cards 01-29-42 Tent in the Living Room 02-12-42 Stealing Chickens 02-26-42 Fake Measles 03-19-42 The Red Cross Examiner 03-26-42 Easter Suit 04-02-42 Daddy's Birthday 04-09-42 Sore Back Poultice 04-16-42 A Fifty Dollar Raise 04-23-42 Quizzing Snooks 04-30-42 New Fishing Rod 05-07-42 10th Weddng Anniversary 06-04-42 Birth of Twins 06-11-42 The Trade 06-18-42 Baby Buggy 07-02-42 The Camp Report 09-03-42 Baby Snooks Goes to a Movie 09-24-42 Gozinta 10-01-42 Christening a Ship 10-08-42 Getting Gas 12-03-42 School Play Cinderella 12-18-42 The Stolen Medal 01-14-43

 

 

Replica: Golden Fleece #09 June 1939
by Golden Fleece

Featuring "Guardian Devil" by Johnston McCulley. Don O'Dowd plunges into moonlight madness in Old Santa Fe. Illustrated by M. Brundage. Also, "Envoy to the Khan" by E. Hoffman Price. Abdurraham Khan gives an answer to the British in Kabul. Plus stories from W.C. Clarke, R.A. Emberg and more. More from Johnston McCulley

 

 

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  • Doc Savage Reprint #77: Haunted Ocean and The Spook of Grandpa Eben by Kenneth Robeson
  • Replica: Oriental Stories Summer 1932 by Oriental Stories
  • The Shadow Reprint #67: Death Clue plus XITLI, God of Fire by Maxwell Grant
  • The Shadow Reprint #69: The Garaucan Swindle and The Death Sleep by Maxwell Grant
  • The Shadow Reprint #9: Lingo / Partners in Peril by Maxwell Grant
  • The Shadow Reprint #80: Shiwan Khan Returns and The Invincible Shiwan Khan by Maxwell Grant
  • The Shadow Reprint #81: Murder Every Hour and The Time Master by Maxwell Grant
  • Spicy Detective November 1940 by Spicy Detective
  • Doc Savage Reprint #35: Meteor Menace and The Ten Ton Snakes by Kenneth Robeson
  • Doc Savage Reprint #31: Devil On The Moon and I Died Yesterday (Pulp Cover) by Kenneth Robeson
  • The Shadow Reprint #95: The Jade Dragon and The Chinese Tapestry by Maxwell Grant