From 1934 to 1939 America thrilled to the adventures of Secret Agent X — the "man of a thousand faces" — as he battled futuristic weapons and mad scientists. The true identity of Secret Agent X was never revealed. He used his mastery of disguise to work undercover for the U.S. government. With his aide, newspaper reporter Betty Dale, and his secretive government handler K-9, he battled weird and fantastical threats to America for forty-one amazing issues. Secret Agent X returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Agent “X,” Adventurer
A Feature-Length Secret Agent “X” Novel
Servants Of The Skull
by Emile C. Tepperman writing as Brant House
From the macabre maze of a labyrinthian world, the Skull, master of murder, reached out and made of mighty men imbecilic wrecks, derelicts, no longer human. Only one man could match brains with the sinister Skull — and that was Secret Agent “X.” But the Skull did not fear “X”, because The Man of a Thousand Faces had one vulnerable spot — and the Skull knew where it lay.
Written In Red
by Richard L. Hobart
Lee Ainsley was a good reporter, but as a detective he sure had a system all his own!
Call From Hell
by Emile C. Tepperman
The set-up at this tourist camp looked phony. First, the attendant at the gas service station was missing. Then came that low eerie moan from nowhere that sounded like the anguished call of a woman in agony.
It’s A Cinch!
by Jordan Cole
A clever short-short
The Secret Council — Column
Behind the scenes with Secret Agent “X”
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