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Wu Fang is a Chinese criminal mastermind and scientific genius. With his hybrid monkey-men, he plans to conquer America. He is member of various secret societies and has spies everywhere. Opposing him is Val Kildare of the F.B.I. His aides, reporter Jerry Hazard, archaeologist Rod Carson and newsboy Cappy, help him in his battles against the sinister man of evil known as Wu Fang
Inspired by the Asian menace of Fu Manchu, Harry Steeger, publisher of Popular Publications, decided to publish a villain-centered pulp magazine series. And so, The Mysterious Wu Fang was born. The series was written by Robert J. Hogan, who also wrote for G-8 and his Battle Aces and The Secret Six. But after seven stories, the series was ended. An eighth story "The Case of the Living Poison" was planned, but never was printed.
Table of Contents:
A Note To Our Readers
A Full-Length Wu Fang Novel
The Case of the Black Lotus
by Robert J. Hogan
Murder, swift and unseen — taking as its toll the most prominent citizens of New York, and marking with blood and horror, the trail of the mysterious Black Lotus. What was the purpose of this silent scourge, that stilled the innocent in sudden death? Val Kildare knew this much at least; that the fiend behind this slaughter killed not for vengeance, but for pleasure!
The House of Doom — A Thrilling Short Story
by Arden X. Pangborn
Where Lee Taitt keeps his date with Death.
The Death Wizard — A Thrilling Short Story
by Frank Beaston
Blood was nectar to this Yellow Fiend — the thief of brains and genius.
The Temple of Death — A Department
Where the Dragon Lord of Crime holds court.
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