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Sandman mystery theatre. [vol. 8], The Blackhawk and the return of the scarlet ghost

Author: Matt WagnerSteven T SeagleGuy DavisMatthew SmithRichard CaseAll authors
Publisher: New York : Vertigo/DC Comics, 2010.
Series: Sandman mystery theatre, 8
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this series of noir detective tales of intrigue, bigotry and incest, millionaire Wesley Dodds takes on the costumed persona of the Sandman in 1930s New York donning a gas mask, fedora, business suit and cape to fight the forces of evil. In this eighth volume, in the early days of World War II, the Sandman finds himself drawn into international intrigue when a brash young Polish pilot petitions him to finance the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Horror comic books, strips, etc
Detective and mystery comic books, strips, etc
Graphic novels
Comic books, strips, etc
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matt Wagner; Steven T Seagle; Guy Davis; Matthew Smith; Richard Case; Daniel Torres; David Hornung; John Costanza; Gaspar Saladino
ISBN: 9781401225834 1401225837
OCLC Number: 429021939
Notes: "Originally published in single magazine form as Sandman mystery theatre 45-52"--T.p. verso.
Target Audience: Suggested for mature readers.
Description: 221 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Series Title: Sandman mystery theatre, 8
Other Titles: Blackhawk and the return of the scarlet ghost
Blackhawk
Return of the scarlet ghost
Responsibility: Matt Wagner, Steven T. Seagle, writers ; Guy Davis, Matthew Davis, Richard Case, Daniel Torres, artists ; David Hornung, Daniel Torres, colorists ; John Costanza, Gaspar Saladino, letterers.

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In this series of noir detective tales of intrigue, bigotry and incest, millionaire Wesley Dodds takes on the costumed persona of the Sandman in 1930s New York donning a gas mask, fedora, business suit and cape to fight the forces of evil. In this eighth volume, in the early days of World War II, the Sandman finds himself drawn into international intrigue when a brash young Polish pilot petitions him to finance the resistance efforts overseas. But a string of murders seems to follow this pilot, whom the Sandman will come to know as Blackhawk. Then, the Sandman examines the seedy world of pulp publishing in 1930's New York. With the market for dime novels dwindling, publishers are willing to try anything - even crime. Wesley Dodds sets out to learn why one publisher has become a target for sabotage and murder.

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