The golden age Sandman archives

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DC Comics, Jan 19, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 224 pages
A nostalgic return to the days of pulp heroes, The Golden Age Sandman Archives Vol.1 reprints the earliest escapades of the masked urban adventurer as they were originally published in the late 1930s. After years of living a luxurious life without direction, wealthy businessman and scientist Wesley Dodds answered a higher calling and became the mysterious Sandman. Donning a gas mask, fedora hat, and business suit and armed with his special "sleeping gas gun," the Sandman patrolled the streets of New York as its crime fighting detective and protector. In this vintage edition, which features the first appearance of the Golden Age Sandman, the enigmatic vigilante saves an heiress from devious kidnappers, thwarts a diabolical plot for revenge, and contends with a criminal that discovers his true identity.

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THE TARANTULA STRIKES
27
ON THE WATERFRONT
42
UNKNOWN ARTIST BERT CHRISTMAN
90
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Fox created or co-created dozens of long-running features, among them Flash, Hawkman, Sandman, and Dr. Fate.

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