Spider #11 August 1934 (The Spider)

Spider #11 August 1934 (The Spider) Grant Stockbridge RadioArchives.com Will Murray
  • Title: Spider #11 August 1934 (The Spider)
  • Author: Grant Stockbridge RadioArchives.com Will Murray
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  • Spider #11 August 1934 (The Spider) Grant Stockbridge RadioArchives.com Will Murray Spider August The Spider Will Murray s Pulp ClassicsThe Spider eBook August Total Pulp Experience These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story
    Will Murray s Pulp ClassicsThe Spider eBook 11 August 1934Total Pulp Experience These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine As a special bonus, Will Murray has written an introduction especially for this series of eBooks.Another epicWill Murray s Pulp ClassicsThe Spider eBook 11 August 1934Total Pulp Experience These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine As a special bonus, Will Murray has written an introduction especially for this series of eBooks.Another epic exploit of America s best loved pulp fiction character of the 1930s and 1940s The Spider Master of Men Richard Wentworth the dread Spider, nemesis of the Underworld, lone wolf anti crime crusader who always fights in that grim no man s land between Law and lawless returns in vintage pulp tales of the Spider, reissued for today s readers in electronic format.Table of Contents Meet the Spider by Will MurrayThe Full Length Feature NovelPrince of the Red Lootersby Norvell W Page writing as Grant StockbridgeThe strains of Pagliacci had barely died away, when above the glittering Diamond Horseshoe of the Metropolitan Opera House there shrilled the panicked cry of a multitude in mortal terror Death swooped upon the horrified audience Despite the warning of the Spider, the police had been helpless to cope with the fiendish cunning of the Fly, arch criminal and gentleman killer Go with Richard Wentworth as he battles this deadly crime organization which succeeds finally in having Commissioner Kirkpatrick removed from office and the Spider himself falsely identified as the Fly Doc Turner Visits A Slaughter House A Doc Turner Storyby Arthur Leo ZagatA waddling duck whose feather drip with human blood leads Doc Turner to his most spine tingling duel with death Dynamite and Stone A Short Storyby Winston Bouv Was it brotherly love which brought Pete Crowley to his underground rendezvous with killer lead The Web A Departmentby Inspector Leslie T WhiteHow can we aid the Spider s fight against crime Will Murray s Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s 1950s.
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    1. If you re a villain who goes by the moniker of The Fly and you purport to be a criminal mastermind who is always the smartest guy in the room, then you should be able to figure out that setting up shop in a city protected by a masked vigilante who calls himself The Spider is not at all the wisest move to make But The Fly does it anyway, carrying off multi million dollar robberies and slaughtering anyone who gets in his way, at the same time hampering the efforts of the police by taking innocent [...]

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    2. I ve not read a lot of Norvell Page, but everything I ve encountered so far has been characterized by vertiginous pace, unusually supple prose compare Page s effortless grace and vigour with the fractured sentences and clumsy syntax of Lester Dent , and characters who are so emotionally overcharged that in this case, it s sometimes hard to decide who s crazier, the hero or the villain.I confess this is my first encounter with Page s most celebrated character, the Spider, and although an early en [...]

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    3. The Spider hides his identity by wearing a mask He is something like a Zorro or Batman The villain in the story is known as the Fly His real identity is also unknown The description here may make it sound like this book is a comic book, but the Spider story is a short novel written for adults There are adult themes in the book Also both the Spider and Fly are ruthless in that they will kill without hesitation Of course the Spider kills only criminals In the story the Fly commits kid napping, a m [...]

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    4. This was a high action, enjoyable story Reading it will give you some hints into every day life in the 1930 s, and a lot action In fact, some of this action is so over the top, you d expect it to be a Michael Bay movie, minus explosions To know this came from the 30s is a surprise just due to the body count Great adventure crime story.There are some plotholes, especially later in the book, and leaps in logic that led me to believe I had somehow skipped pages Then I remembered that I was reading [...]

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    5. A good beginning entry in the famous Spider pulp novel series.The pulp novels are a product of their time and people of today may find them tricky to get into The pulp adventures of the Spider, Master of Men is basically an acquired taste It ll take some time to get into, but it can be a thrilling read Compared to some of the lengthy doorstoppers and hacks out there nowadays, you could do much worse than this confrontation between the Spider and his enemy, the Fly.

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    6. My first experience with a classic pulp novel, and what an exciting adventure it was The Spider is a vigilante hero who does not shy away from killing the criminals he hunts, although he does have his own code of honor about it The Fly is a criminal mastermind of Luthorian levels, though he pre dates Lex by nearly a decade The cat and mouse game between the two makes for a high body count, but an enjoyable read.

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    7. It hangs together plot wise better than most pulp books The points of melodrama that allow the reader to catch their breath are short and seemingly well placed This ain t grand fiction, but it sure is fun.

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    8. I ve given the Spider a try, but I m just not a fan Even among pulp stories, the Spider tales seem very poorly plotted and put together.

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    9. Corny 30 s dialogue and story.O.k

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    10. Very entertaining stories The back up stories strongly evoked the era.

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    11. I have not yet read a bad or mediocre Spider tale

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