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10 thoughts on “The Shadow Scrapbook

  1. Johnny Johnny says:

    In what was for most of the people I know the “Dark Ages” my little six transistor radio could pick up KSFO in San Francisco on a good night That was significant because KSFO used to have an hour long program at 1000 PM in which they played back to back some old radio programs I was born at the tail end of radio and the beginning of television So I was amazed to discover how wonderful some of the old shows were My absolute favorites were Black Museum Orson Welles Sgt Preston of the Yukon Paul Sutton Gunsmoke with William Conrad Mr Keen Tracer of Lost Persons Bennet Kilpack The Bickersons Don Ameche and Frances Langford and of course The Shadow the Orson Welles episodes especially It wasn’t until much later that I discovered the novels and even later when I rediscovered the character through the Dark Horse Comics I even have a VHS tape of The Shadow Strikes a very poor adaptation that was originally I believe a serialSo if you know a character in multiple forms of media you’re very likely to be intrigued by a coffee table book written by its creator Walter B Gibson who wrote 1440000 words 24 novels of 60000 words in 10 months as Maxwell Grant did a wonderful job of describing the process of writing novels for Street Smith’s The Shadow magazine reminiscing about collaboration on the radio shows sharing about the comic strip and later comic books and providing a few notes about the film versions not the Alec Baldwin one In addition there is a three page list of the novels as published in order and a nine page listing of the radio episodes complete with original air dates stars and scriptwriters Those nine pages are treasure but to get a better picture of the overall value of the book add a never before published novel The Riddle of the Rangoon Ruby a chapter about the codes used in the mystery novels Gibson was an expert on stage magic and codes having written several books on the subject a radio script that was reconstructed by Gibson and the original comic strip story And of course it wouldn’t be a “coffee table” book without some nice color reproductions of covers and some terrific pen and ink sketches from the magazine stories The Shadow Scrapbook is a marvelous resource for writers to gain inspiration fans to reminisce and pulp historians to archive It will certainly have me searching for new materials It was hard to categorize for my virtual shelves because it offers such a variety of material but I'm very happy I discovered it


  2. Mark Mark says:

    Before The Shadow The History And Mystery Of The Radio Program 1930 1954 by Martin Grams this was the book to get your info from And it did deliver information enough about the books comics radioprograms It even contains some newspapercomic tales and some scripts for radio programs For me it was the first source of info about the phenomenon called The Shadow


  3. Ami Ami says:

    The Shadow Scrapbook is a MUST HAVE for any fan of The Shadow Written by the man who created The Shadow back in the 30s this is a tell all of the whole history of the Shadow up until 1979 when the book was put out There are also several articles by Anthony Tollin a very knowledgeable super fan of The Shadow who has been re printing the original pulps since the early 2000s This was a great book for Shadow information and so much fun to read Walter Gibson also gives you a never before published short story The Ragoon RubyIf you love the classic Shadow you NEED this book Simple as that


  4. Sarah Crawford Sarah Crawford says:

    This book may be a little hard to find but it's definitely worth the effort for any fan of the Shadow It's subtitled “The complete story behind the mysterious shadow of pulp magazine and radio fame compiled by his chief creator”The first chapter is Introducing the Shadow which is about the history of the Shadow It's filled with information and lots of the original illustrations from the stories As part of this is a listing of the Shadow pulp novelsThe second chapter is a very interesting one about how Walter B Gibson actually wrote the Shadow novels the most interesting part being about how he outlined his work in advanceThe third chapter is about “Evolution as portrayed in the covers of the magazine” complete with a lot of black and white illustrations This is followed by a chapter showing some of the covers in colorThe next chapter is about the Shadow and his agents again with some of the original illustrations of the agents This is followed by a chapter on Illustrating the Shadow Then there's an original short Shadow story entitled “The Riddle of the Rangoon Ruby”Next is a chapter about the radio version of the Shadow and then some illustrations of some pages from a Shadow comic followed by a listing of the Shadow radio episodes This is then followed by a chapter on Writing for the radio episodes and includes the script to the Death House Rescue episodeThe Shadow on the Silver Screen is covered next and then there's a chapter on the Shadow comics then on on the Shadow comic strip with a number of the original strips being includedNext is a chapter on various codes found in Shadow stories and then a chapter about codes on some of the covers of the Shadow pulps Rings and Things for the Shadow Collector is next and then a short section on Gibson himselfAs can be seen there is a lot of good material in this book


  5. Timothy Boyd Timothy Boyd says:

    Everything you would ever need to know about the Shadow Exceptional reference book for this pulp character Highly recommended


  6. Brian Johnson Brian Johnson says:

    Great for fans of this vintage radiopulp action hero


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10 thoughts on “The Shadow Scrapbook

  1. Johnny Johnny says:

    In what was for most of the people I know the “Dark Ages” my little six transistor radio could pick up KSFO in San Francisco on a good night That was significant because KSFO used to have an hour long program at 1000 PM in which they played back to back some old radio programs I was born at the tail end of radio and the beginning of television So I was amazed to discover how wonderful some of the old shows were My absolute favorites were Black Museum Orson Welles Sgt Preston of the Yukon Paul Sutton Gunsmoke with William Conrad Mr Keen Tracer of Lost Persons Bennet Kilpack The Bickersons Don Ameche and Frances Langford and of course The Shadow the Orson Welles episodes especially It wasn’t until much later that I discovered the novels and even later when I rediscovered the character through the Dark Horse Comics I even have a VHS tape of The Shadow Strikes a very poor adaptation that was originally I believe a serialSo if you know a character in multiple forms of media you’re very likely to be intrigued by a coffee table book written by its creator Walter B Gibson who wrote 1440000 words 24 novels of 60000 words in 10 months as Maxwell Grant did a wonderful job of describing the process of writing novels for Street Smith’s The Shadow magazine reminiscing about collaboration on the radio shows sharing about the comic strip and later comic books and providing a few notes about the film versions not the Alec Baldwin one In addition there is a three page list of the novels as published in order and a nine page listing of the radio episodes complete with original air dates stars and scriptwriters Those nine pages are treasure but to get a better picture of the overall value of the book add a never before published novel The Riddle of the Rangoon Ruby a chapter about the codes used in the mystery novels Gibson was an expert on stage magic and codes having written several books on the subject a radio script that was reconstructed by Gibson and the original comic strip story And of course it wouldn’t be a “coffee table” book without some nice color reproductions of covers and some terrific pen and ink sketches from the magazine stories The Shadow Scrapbook is a marvelous resource for writers to gain inspiration fans to reminisce and pulp historians to archive It will certainly have me searching for new materials It was hard to categorize for my virtual shelves because it offers such a variety of material but I'm very happy I discovered it

  2. Mark Mark says:

    Before The Shadow The History And Mystery Of The Radio Program 1930 1954 by Martin Grams this was the book to get your info from And it did deliver information enough about the books comics radioprograms It even contains some newspapercomic tales and some scripts for radio programs For me it was the first source of info about the phenomenon called The Shadow

  3. Ami Ami says:

    The Shadow Scrapbook is a MUST HAVE for any fan of The Shadow Written by the man who created The Shadow back in the 30s this is a tell all of the whole history of the Shadow up until 1979 when the book was put out There are also several articles by Anthony Tollin a very knowledgeable super fan of The Shadow who has been re printing the original pulps since the early 2000s This was a great book for Shadow information and so much fun to read Walter Gibson also gives you a never before published short story The Ragoon RubyIf you love the classic Shadow you NEED this book Simple as that

  4. Sarah Crawford Sarah Crawford says:

    This book may be a little hard to find but it's definitely worth the effort for any fan of the Shadow It's subtitled “The complete story behind the mysterious shadow of pulp magazine and radio fame compiled by his chief creator”The first chapter is Introducing the Shadow which is about the history of the Shadow It's filled with information and lots of the original illustrations from the stories As part of this is a listing of the Shadow pulp novelsThe second chapter is a very interesting one about how Walter B Gibson actually wrote the Shadow novels the most interesting part being about how he outlined his work in advanceThe third chapter is about “Evolution as portrayed in the covers of the magazine” complete with a lot of black and white illustrations This is followed by a chapter showing some of the covers in colorThe next chapter is about the Shadow and his agents again with some of the original illustrations of the agents This is followed by a chapter on Illustrating the Shadow Then there's an original short Shadow story entitled “The Riddle of the Rangoon Ruby”Next is a chapter about the radio version of the Shadow and then some illustrations of some pages from a Shadow comic followed by a listing of the Shadow radio episodes This is then followed by a chapter on Writing for the radio episodes and includes the script to the Death House Rescue episodeThe Shadow on the Silver Screen is covered next and then there's a chapter on the Shadow comics then on on the Shadow comic strip with a number of the original strips being includedNext is a chapter on various codes found in Shadow stories and then a chapter about codes on some of the covers of the Shadow pulps Rings and Things for the Shadow Collector is next and then a short section on Gibson himselfAs can be seen there is a lot of good material in this book

  5. Timothy Boyd Timothy Boyd says:

    Everything you would ever need to know about the Shadow Exceptional reference book for this pulp character Highly recommended

  6. Brian Johnson Brian Johnson says:

    Great for fans of this vintage radiopulp action hero

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