à The Voodoo Master / The Red Blot || ò PDF Read by ✓ Walter B. Gibson Maxwell Grant

By Walter B. Gibson Maxwell Grant | Comments: ( 360 ) | Date: ( Sep 18, 2019 )

The Knight of Darkness returns in two classic pulp thrillers including The Voodoo Master, voted the favorite novel in a 1937 Shadow Magazine readers poll, and again acclaimed as one of the top Shadow novels by pulp fans nearly a half century later Walter Gibson s 1936 novel introduces The Shadow s arch foe Dr Rodil Mocquino, the master of black magic who returneThe Knight of Darkness returns in two classic pulp thrillers including The Voodoo Master, voted the favorite novel in a 1937 Shadow Magazine readers poll, and again acclaimed as one of the top Shadow novels by pulp fans nearly a half century later Walter Gibson s 1936 novel introduces The Shadow s arch foe Dr Rodil Mocquino, the master of black magic who returned in two subsequent novels and several Golden Age comic book stories In The Red Blot 1933 , Lamont Cranston first meets Commissioner Weston setting up the friendship that would be featured in the famous radio series and investigates a series of crimes orchestrated by a malevolent mastermind who leaves a bloody mark as his calling card The trade paperback also features the original pulp covers by George Rozen, all the interior illustrations by Tom Lovell, and historical commentary by Anthony Tollin, co author of The Shadow Scrapbook.


  • Title: The Voodoo Master / The Red Blot
  • Author: Walter B. Gibson Maxwell Grant
  • ISBN: 9781932806533
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Walter B. Gibson Maxwell Grant

Walter Brown Gibson September 12, 1897 December 6, 1985 was an American author and professional magician best known for his work on the pulp fiction character The Shadow Gibson, under the pen name Maxwell Grant, wrote than 300 novel length Shadow stories, writing up to 10,000 words a day to satisfy public demand during the character s golden age in the 1930s and 1940s.



Comments The Voodoo Master / The Red Blot

  • Jemir

    I sometimes joke that the reason Batman (An unapologetic pulp conductor in the characters' earliest days) made it beyond the "niche" threshold that the pulp genre is sometimes viewed by wider audiences, out of the 1930's/40's and thrives today comes down to two main things in my mind. The creation of Robin (we take for granted that there was a time when kid/teen side kicks weren't - in some opinions - par for the course and/or overused) and - though Dick Tracy may have been the first with one - [...]


  • Tim

    The third volume of Nostalgia Ventures' reprint series includes two very strong Shadow tales. "The Voodoo Master" is considered the classic here, but I found "The Red Blot" just as enjoyable. Top-notch hero pulp from the 1930s.


  • Michael

    A couple of solid adventure stories. If you like Batman stories, you should enjoy these. The production values for this series of reprints is impressive. Each volume contains the original illustrations, and has an essay or two giving a bit of background for each story.


  • Ryan

    Recommended for anyone who enjoys classic pulp adventure stories. The Voodoo Master was the best of the the two.


  • Joe

    The climax of The Voodoo Master is one of the coolest things I've ever seen.


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