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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:
The Birth of Wu Fang
A Full-Length Wu Fang Novel
The Case of the Hidden Scourge
by Robert J. Hogan
Into the city of Bagdad, once host to the forty thieves and hot bed of ancient sin-has come the Dragon Lord of Crime, Wu Fang — his purpose and his mission Death — but death more ghastly than any the mind of man can conceive, wrested from the secrets of forgotten centuries and now employed in gaining the mastery of the earth.
Frozen Doom — A Thrilling Short Story
by Frank W. Beaston
Jerry Hale tracks murder to its lair.
The Man From Hell — A Thrilling Short Story
by Steve Fisher
Death was but a holiday in the hell pits of Po Ming.
The Temple of Death — A Department
Where the Dragon Lord of Crime holds court.
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