Showing posts with label The Shadow. Show all posts
Showing posts with label The Shadow. Show all posts

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Happy Wold Newton Day!

I am still living in the land of unpacking boxes, so I can't devote much to today's celebration of
the 219th anniversary of the Wold Cottage meteor's fall and irradiation of a group of very special people.

Fortunately, friends and fellow fans are here to fill the gap.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Creative Mythographers On the Move

This the first in an ongoing series of posts highlighting the literary exploits of the contributors to Myths for the Modern Age: Philip José Farmer's Wold Newton Universe (and diverse associates who've also more than earned the sobriquet "creative mythographer").

First up is Rick Lai's
Chronology of Shadows: A Timeline of The Shadow's Exploits.

For the first time in print, Rick Lai's Chronology of Shadows (his timeline of the pulp character The Shadow) has been updated & assembled in one easy-to-read volume."

Rick has
read all The Shadow pulp novels and has done an immense amount of research. I'm eagerly awaiting the companion volume which will cover Doc Savage.

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