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Spider Volume 18 - 1942 Variant Cover Edition [Pulp Reprint] #5527
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Volume 18 - 1942 Variant Cover Edition
Pulp fiction's legendary Master of Men returns in two classic novels from the Golden Age of Pulp Fiction, written by Norvell Page under the pseudonym of Grant Stockbridge. First, in
"The Spider and the Slaves of Hell"
(1942), as Richard Wentworth faces a trumped up charge of murder, his beloved fiance Nita van Sloan hovers between life and death. Suddenly, a denizen of the underworld bursts into her room to warn Wentworth that he is doomed to die. Can Wentworth, in his guise as the Spider, battle a new master criminal whose primary weapon is sudden and powerful blasts of dynamite? Then, in
"Zara-Master of Murder"
(1939), a mad hypnotist plans to kill the Spider so that he can proceed with his plan to hypnotize the world into following his every command. This volume is available in two editions; this item features the original artwork from the November 1942 edition of "The Spider" magazine. Both versions feature reformatted text and original interior illustrations to accompany each story.
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