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Shock #2 (Facsimile Edition)

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Shock was launched in 1948 by Popular Publications as a companion magazine to its primary detective pulps, Dime Detective and Black Mask, concentrating on weird-mystery stories. The second issue contains stories by Robert Turner, Bruce Cassiday, and John D. MacDonald.

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Shock was launched in 1948 by Popular Publications as a companion magazine to its primary detective pulps, Dime Detective and Black Mask, concentrating on weird-mystery stories. The second issue contains stories by Robert Turner, Bruce Cassiday, and John D. MacDonald.

By Scott O’Hara, John Bender, Robert Turner, Henry Guth, Bruce Cassiday, H. Hassell Gross, Wallace Umphrey, and John D. MacDonald; illustrated by Frederick Blakeslee, Everett Raymond Kinstler, and Monroe Eisenberg

Contains the following stories:

  • “Satan’s Angel” by Scott O’Hara
  • “The Wise Guy” by John Bender
  • “Downbeat Dirge” by Robert Turner
  • “Robot’s Betrayel” by Henry Guth
  • “A Crimson Shroud” by Bruce Cassiday
  • “Adventures Into the Unknown: The Ghosts of Mont St. Michel” by Frederick Blakeslee
  • “Graveyard Queen” by H. Hassell Gross
  • “Inquisition by Night” by Wallace Umphrey
  • “Blood of the Vixen” by John D. MacDonald

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Dimensions

7" x 10"

Pages

98

Publication Date

March 22, 2024

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