Catspaw Ordeal / Tu vas mourir!

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Fall guy for murder, each second brought Danny closer to Death…

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Find This Woman (1951)

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She was elusive as a jungle animal and bloody kills marked her trail

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Let Them Eat Bullets

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Meet Jerry Nelson, a tough private eye, who knew what to feed a public enemy

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The Thunder Ring

The Shadow June 1941

This key war-time issue features the first pulp appearance of Margo Lane, a character formerly exclusive to The Shadow radio program.

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Death About Town

The Shadow - July 15, 1942

It stalks rich and poor alike

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The Man From The Atom

Science and Invention August 1923

Published in August 1923, this “Scientific Fiction Number” is considered to be the first American science fiction magazine. The success of this issue, and the one the following year, led Gernsback to publish a specialized fiction magazine, Amazing Stories, beginning in 1926.

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