A crazed scientist, and an old college friend of Lamont Cranston’s plans to exchange a cat’s vocal cords with those of Margot Lane. Bret Morrison as The Shadow and Marjorie Anderson as Margot Lane
CHAPTER X KAR KOMAK, THE BOWMAN As Carthoris moved through the forest toward the distant cliffs with Thuvia’s hand still tight pressed in his, he wondered a little at the girl’s continued silence, yet the contact of her cool palm Read More!
Over a dozen large ships have simply vanished mysteriously. The Shadow and Margot are off to investigate the strange occurrences. The Shadow – “The White God” – May 1st, 1938
He’s a 36-foot tall behemoth of a gorilla and he escapes from an oil tanker. Watch him battle with a great white shark before he reaches landfall and destroys civilization. Just because! Then we’ll see him wrestle a giant python all Read More!
Ruth Earlton and her fiance Dr. Ted Carver are summoned to her father’s house on a dark and stormy night (of course). Upon arrival, they are informed that Ruth’s father has passed away and the family is gathered to read Read More!
CHAPTER XVII DR. SEWARD’S DIARY—continued WHEN we arrived at the Berkeley Hotel, Van Helsing found a telegram waiting for him:— “Am coming up by train. Jonathan at Whitby. Important news.—Mina Harker.” The Professor was delighted. “Ah, that wonderful Madam Mina,” he Read More!
“The Wolf” captures Clark Kent and redoubles his effort to make “The Silver Clipper” vanish! The Adventures of Superman – “Clark Kent Captured by The Wolf” – February 2nd, 1940
So you’re in college. You’re bored but you have an eccentric rich friend with a private island. What is there to do before April Fool’s Day? Well obviously you grab all your mates and strand yourself on an island with Read More!
It’s that wonderful time of the year! Join Cryptic Escape this October for nightly fix of all things chilling and gruesome! We are bringing back the classics from their tombs and a few new goodies here and there. Halloween movies Read More!
I love Samurai flicks! I love Samurai stories! I love Samurai mythology! For a long period of my life I ate, drank, and peed Samurai mythology. Those Japanese know how to tell a story! That being said: No other story Read More!
I remember growing up and grabbing the occasional Superman comic when I was a teenager. Instead of spending my allowance on candy like the other kids I thought a comic book would be the better value since it was non-perishable. Read More!