The Robin Hood of Great City
In the middle of the Great Depression, many unscrupulous people found ways to enrich their own wealth while ignoring the plight of those less fortunate. It was an injustice the law could not remedy. Men like Detective Sgt. Stephen Thatcher found themselves at odds with the very laws they were sworn to uphold. But, unlike the others, Thatcher solved his moral dilemma by creating an alter-ego who would rob from the very rich and give to the poor. Wearing a bizarre argus glass globe over his head, the Moon Man became the Robin Hood of Great City and one of pulpdom’s most endearing classic heroes.
Writers Gene Moyers, Greg Hatcher, Tim Bruckner and Terry Alexander have now whipped up four new stories pitting the Moon Man against a variety of foes and challenges. From a group of street kids emulating The Moon Man to deadly Nazi saboteurs, the glass globe wearing champion of the underdogs, finds himself battling as never before to see that justice will triumph in the end. Read with stirring excitement by Paul Curtis.