Death Set-Up in Yellow
from the December 1936 issue of the Spider magazine
Doc Turner faces the Scroll of Ancient Tortures in the gloom of Chinatown.
Doc Turner — Devil Fighter
from the January 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
A creeping, ugly death that defied locks and bolts stalked at night in Morris Street — reaching out at last for Old Doc Turner.
Doc Turner’s Death Cue
from the February 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
Old Doc Turner had a long memory. But Agnes O'Neill had been lost for twenty years, and an ugly fate awaited all who disturbed the secrets of Morris Street.
from the March 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
Murder stood at Old Doc Turner's drug counter, and picked him as decoy for a second, cold-blooded killing.
Corpse in the Sky
from the April 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
The black parrot couldn't talk, but it led Doc Turner to the bloody cauldron that swallowed the tribute of the terrified poor.
from the May 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
Disasters that splashed blood on Morris Street told Doc Turner of another criminal attack against his people.
Doc Turner’s Subway Suicide
from the June 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
The wizard of Morris Street starts a murder hunt under the guns of racket slavery.
Doc Turner — Slave-Buyer
from the July 1937 issue of the Spider magazine
Within a secret prison, slaves of the slums toiled in dull despair. Doc Turner found the key — and staked his own life in an auction of tortured souls.