Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
Strange Detective Mysteries premiered in October of 1937. After two issues, it changed its title — and its focus — to Captain Satan. It featured a crime-fighting hero much in the style of Robin Hood or The Saint, who robbed from the crooks — a grim, hard vigilante of justice. By day, he was wealthy Cary Adair. By night, Captain Satan! Assisted by a dozen aides, none of whom knew the identities of the others, this scourge of the underworld brought terror to all men of evil who saw his calling card, a devil figure projected onto the wall by a portable light. The series lasted a short five issues from March 1938 until July 1938, and then returned to Strange Detective Mysteries where it continued for 26 more issues into mid-1943. Captain Satan now returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Copper — An Editorial
A short short story of the payoff on death!
Thrilling Novel of Detective Adventure
The Mask of the Damned
by William O’Sullivan
They called them the Ambassadors From Hell — these fighting fools of Satan’s Crew. Captain Satan! — only a name, but burned by the brand of justice into the heart of the underworld!
Mr. Detective is Annoyed — A Hard-boiled Yarn
by William R. Cox
A tough guy with a tough job and plenty of blood and thunder!
The Hot Seat — A Department
A third degree for criminals in the court of Captain Satan!
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