On the heels of the success of Street and Smith's The Shadow, Popular Publications brought another black hat and black cape wearing hero to the pulps — The Spider, Master of Men! He was the seventh pulp character to get his own magazine.
Readers met another "wealthy, young man-about-town" who in reality was a crimebuster, Richard Wentworth, in "The Spider Strikes," October 1933.
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