of wanting to buy 100 cases of Manduck's snake oil ; in reality, he has learned that Manduck also has "the secret power to cloud men's minds, and. From 1989 to 1992, DC published a new Shadow series, The Shadow Strikes!, written by Gerard Jones and Eduardo Barreto. Pale Rider ; sympathetic "villains" such as Lennie Small. Each issue's cover is a colorized panel blow-up, taken from one of the reprinted strips. Before he can do so, one of the other employees takes the robber's gun and shoots him dead. This four issue miniseries, The Shadow: Blood and Judgement, brought The Shadow to modern-day New York.
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