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Attic > Replica: The Spider: Feb. '35: The Pain Emperor

by Grant Stockbridge

Another great page for page pulp replica from Girasol Collectables.

The Spider Magazine, February, 1935

The beautiful young women was preparing for bed. She smoothed a cleansing cream over her face, rubbing it in well. And a second later, she was writhing on the floor, whimpering with agony -- for the unguent contained a powerful acid which destroyed the girl's beauty forever.

And at the same time, while countless women were disfigured for life, thousands of other persons were dying wretchedly from poison in tinned foods, in medicines and in candies!

And Richard Wentworth, champion of humanity, was temporarily powerless to help his countrymen in this hour of great need, for a bitter enemy called the Avenger had arisen to oppose him.

Harrased at every turn, his servants helpless to aid him, his life and honor horribly imperiled, can the Spider deliver his native land from the greedly clutches of the underworld's master-brain?

Format: Pulp Replica
First Published: 1935

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