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The Shadow: Midnight in Moscow TPB

Story by
Art by
Howard Chaykin
Colors by
Jesus Aburto
Letters by
Ken Bruzenak
Cover by
Publisher
Dynamite Entertainment

It's New Year's, 1949... the end of a tumultuous decade. Lamont Cranston, the man that the world and the underworld know all too well as The Shadow, has had enough. It's time for the mysterious nemesis of crime to hang up his cloak, his slouch hat, and his twin .45s, and to retire from public life. Despite this momentous decision, Margo Lane and the rest of The Shadow's agents fear that mankind, teetering on the brink of nuclear Armageddon, may not be quite ready to be bereft of the dark avenger. Howard Chaykin, whose 1980s revival of The Shadow at DC Comics reinvigorated the character for comic lovers everywhere, returns to tell a mind-blowing tale of the Master of Men! Who knows what evil lurks in the heart of men? Howard Chaykin knows!

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