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The Knight of Darkness crushes crime in the classic pulp novels that inspired Hollywood's first two Shadow feature films!
First, the bizarre terms of a dead man's will lead to a series of murders that will condemn an innocent man unless The Shadow can unmask the true killer in Walter Gibson's "The Ghost of the Manor" - the inspiration for the 1937 film "The Shadow Strikes."
Then, The Dark Avenger hunts a sadistic blonde murderess and the masked supervillain known as "Foxhound" in Theodore Tinsley's violent novel that was filmed in 1938 as "International Crime."
BONUS: Film historian Ed Hulse unearths rare secrets behind the making of the first Shadow feature films! This instant collector's item showcases the original pulp covers by George Rozen and the classic interior illustrations by Tom Lovell, with historical commentary by Will Murray.
Softcover. 7 x 10. 128 Pages. Black & White (with color cover)