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The Mysterious Wu Fang (1935-36 magazine)

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The Mysterious Wu Fang
Editor Henry Steeger, Edythe Seims
Writer(s) Robert J. Hogan, Steven Fisher, Frank Gruber, Frank W. Beaston, Arden X. Pangborn
Illustrator(s) Jerome Rozen (cover art)
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Popular Publications
First issue September 1935
Final issue March 1936
Succeeded by Dr. Yen Sin
Country United States
Language English

The Mysterious Wu Fang is a seven-issue fiction anthology magazine that was originally published from September 1935 through March 1936 by Popular Publications, featuring lead stories by Robert J. Hogan about the plots of the titular Wu Fang, "Dragon Lord of Crime", and his adversary, Val Kildare, an FBI agent.

Issues

#1 (1.1), September 1935

  • Hogan, Robert J., The Case of the Six Coffins
  • Norton, Alden H., Blood on the Goose
  • Fisher, Steven, Princess of Death
  • Gruber, Frank, The Murder Chest

#2 (1.2), October 1935

  • Hogan, Robert J., The Case of the Scarlet Feather
  • Ernst, Paul, Bones of the Dead
  • Fisher, Steven, The Jade Cat
  • Gruber, Frank, The Devil's Coin

#3 (1.3), November 1935

  • Hogan, Robert J., The Case of Yellow Mask
  • Fisher, Steven, The Blue Coffin
  • Bowen, Robert Sidney, The Buddha Laughs

#4 (1.4), December 1935

  • Hogan, Robert J., The Case of the Suicide Tomb
  • Moynahan, James H. S., Satan's Bride
  • Fisher, Steven, Shanghai Murder

#5 (2.1), January 1936

  • Hogan, Robert J., The Case of the Green Ray
  • Fisher, Steven, The Sacred Dragon
  • Myers, O. B., Jewels for the Dead
  • The Temple of Death

#6 (2.2), February 1936

  • Hogan, Robert J., The Case of the Black Lotus
  • Pangborn, Arden X., The House of Doom
  • Beaston, Frank W., The Death Wizard

#7 (2.3), March 1936

  • Hogan, Robert J., The Case of the Hidden Scourge
  • Beaston, Frank W., Frozen Doom
  • Fisher, Steven, The Man from Hell

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