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Attic > Replica: The Spider: Sept. 1941: The Spider and the Deathless One

by Grant Stockbridge

Page for page replica of the September, 1941 issue of The Spider Magazine.

It was inevitable that Richard Wentworth, crack amateur crime-fighter, should one day be called upon to substitute as Police Commissioner for his loyal friend, Kirkpatrick -- who had sword to snare the Spider!

It was inevitable also, that the Spider's worst enemy -- Munro, the man of a thousand faces -- should return! But that these two events should occur simultaneously ... makes for one of the most urgent and exciting of all the Spider's adventures.

Another Ed Race Thriller: "Murder's Benefit Performance" by Emile C. Tepperman
Ed Race, as the Masked Marksman, had thrilled many audiences without ever requiring a vaudeville assistant. But down in Cloisterville, where the cops had sold the town, Ed needed TWO assistants -- for the show was staged for the benefit of murder!

Format: Pulp Replica
128 Pages
First Published: 1941

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