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Rotten, Ryan (2007-10-16). "Sam Raimi on Spider-Man 4 and The Shadow". Superherohype.com. Coming Soon Media, ltd . Retrieved 2008-07-28. When we insist on denying our shadow side, that doesn’t mean it goes away, in fact, it often grows stronger. Laraque, J.A. (May 19, 2011). "Unreleased: The Shadow". ObsoleteGamer.com . Retrieved 18 October 2016.

Recognizing the demand and responding promptly, circulation manager Henry William Ralston of Street & Smith commissioned Walter B. Gibson to begin writing stories about "The Shadow." Using the pen name of Maxwell Grant and claiming the stories were "from The Shadow's private annals" as told to him, Gibson wrote 282 out of 325 tales over the next 20 years: a novel-length story twice a month (1st and 15th). The first story produced was " The Living Shadow," published April 1, 1931. [5] The Devil's Paymaster" by Theodore Tinsley, originally published November 15, 1940: Sanctum Books #63 Steranko, James (1972). The Steranko History of Comics. Crown Publishing Group. ISBN 0-7851-2116-1. Benedict Stark – The self-described Prince of Evil. Seen in The Prince of Evil, The Murder Genius, The Man Who Died Twice and The Devil's Paymaster, all written by Theodore Tinsley

The shadow is our suppressed personality

During the mid-1970s, DC Comics published an "atmospheric interpretation" of the character by writer Dennis O'Neil and artist Michael Kaluta [28] in a 12-issue series (Nov. 1973 – Sept. 1975) attempting to be faithful to both the pulp-magazine character and radio-drama character. Kaluta drew issues 1–4 and 6 and was followed by Frank Robbins and then E. R. Cruz. Fellow pulp fiction hero the Avenger guest-starred in issue #11. [29] The Shadow also appeared in DC's Batman #253 (Nov. 1973), in which Batman teams with an aging Shadow and calls the famous crime fighter his "biggest inspiration." In Batman #259 (Nov.–Dec. 1974), Batman again meets The Shadow, and we learn that, in the past, The Shadow saved Bruce Wayne's life when the future Batman was a boy and that The Shadow knows Batman's secret identity (he assures Batman, however, that his secret is safe with him). The personal unconscious — all the information in someone’s mind that is not readily available to consciously recall.

Roberts, Samuel (7 June 2017). "Why I love the Silver Shroud quest in Fallout 4". PC Gamer . Retrieved 11 April 2022. Leaning on the Fourth Wall: In Dynamite's the Shadow #6, the Shadow remarks that a Death Ray is "sort of thing you'd read in some dime store magazine".Harmon, Jim (2011). Radio Mystery and Adventure and Its Appearances in Film, Television and Other Media. McFarland & Co. pp.149–168. ISBN 978-0786485086 . Retrieved 8 April 2020. The truth is that they have touched upon something we have repressed as part of our shadow self. 6) Taking pleasure from pain A list of pulp magazine novels featuring The Shadow. All these novels were published under the name Maxwell Grant. Unless noted, all were written by Walter B. Gibson and originally appeared in The Shadow Magazine and its variants, published by Street and Smith. Novels that have been reprinted are noted accordingly—see "Reprint history" below for more information. At that time my virtue slumbered; my evil, kept awake by ambition, was alert and swift to seize the occasion; and the thing that was projected was Edward Hyde.” Why do we repress the shadow? Whatever you want to call it, it’s very important because, without it, you’ll never really get to the bottom of who you are and where you’re going.

Harmon, Jim (1967). "Who Knows What Evil Lurks". The Great Radio Heroes. Doubleday & Company. pp. 55–71 . Retrieved 9 April 2020.Overstreet, Robert. The Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide, 35th Edition. House of Collectibles, 2005. ISBN 0-375-72107-X. (Lists all Shadow comics published up to 2005.)



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