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06 December 2007 @ 10:38 pm
I've been sketching again, and tried to draw a picture of the Shadow and Lamont Cranston, only Cranston ended up looking more like George Clarendon. (House points if you remember him. *shivers*)

And here they are.
 
 
10 November 2007 @ 12:47 am

The last time any real news came out about the 2010 movie was December of as year. (Columbia & Raimi Team on The Shadow)

Now, we see what going on is... nothing. "I don't have any news on 'The Shadow' at this time, except that the company that I have with Josh Donen, my producing partner, we've got the rights to 'The Shadow.' I love the character very much and we're trying to work on a story that'll do justice to the character." --Sam Raimi on Spider-Man 4 and The Shadow

Theshadowfan.com has the story "More Producers Tied to The Shadow 2010" for June, but I haven't read this anywhere else.

The theory is if The Shadow is to actually come out in 2010, we'll definitely hear something by late 2008.

Just thought someone might look in this place and like to know!

 
 
14 October 2007 @ 03:39 pm
Here's a rather silly Shadow icon made from that Shadow-in-sanctum picture that one finds everywhere:



Lyrics from Constantinople (TMBG). *hides*
 
 
26 February 2007 @ 01:57 pm
I've been doing a little research lately.

The Syracuse University Library is currently undertaking a project to record and preserve all publications of Street & Smith, the original publisher of the Shadow pulp novels. It doesn't look as though the project's current holdings include any of the Shadow books, but they have a nice list of all S&S' Shadow radio script titles.

A good portion of the titles can be found for download here.

I've also found a comprehensive list of Shadow books, radio programs, comics, and movies. Interestingly, the new reprints by Nostalgia Ventures are not in the original order.
 
 
Current Music: Julie Andrews, "Le Jazz Hot"
 
 
26 February 2007 @ 02:41 pm
This book was written by Robert Sampson, and published by Pulp Press in 1982. It's essentially a history of The Shadow,focusing mostly on the character as he appeared in the pulp magazines. It's a very well written book, and I'd recommend it to all fans of the Shadow.

Here's a link to where you can learn more about the book:http://shadowsanctum.net/history/reference/reference-night_master.html



p.s
the book has been out of print for a long time. copies usually go for well above $50.
 
 
 
03 December 2006 @ 09:57 pm
Further proof that Peter Wingfield is the Shadow.


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And as a special bonus, here's a short story carefully styled after Maxwell Grant's immortal Shadow Magazine!

Rating: PG
Genre: drama, mystery
Summary: Death prowls the trail of the white stone tiger -- and only The Shadow can identify the killer!
Title: The Bengal Tiger
 
 
28 November 2006 @ 11:33 am
The other night I drew a sketch of the Shadow in action. Follow the link!
 
 
14 July 2006 @ 12:01 am
Here's some amazing Shadow fanart(of the digital kind) that I found online:

http://www.alpc.com/hero109.htm

http://www.alpc.com/hero30.htm

http://www.alpc.com/hero3.htm <= this one is the best. very 'pulp'. :)
 
 
Current Mood: amusedamused
 
 
24 June 2006 @ 04:11 pm
Don't know if you already knew this, fellow Shadow fans, but there have been some interesting Shadow news recently! According to VintageLibrary, licensed reprints of the Shadow pulps are coming soon! The first is actually due out sometime in July.

For more info, go here:
http://www.vintagelibrary.com/pulpfiction/ComingSoon/ShadowAndDocSavagePaperbacks.php