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The Spider, Master of Men! #15: The Red Death Rain

3.55  ·  Rating details ·  11 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
The Red Mandarin poisons all the tobacco, liquor, and coffee in town so consumers will become his addicted slaves. Kirkpatrick is hypnotized, Ram Singh and Jackson are drugged, and Nita is threatened with rape by an orangutan! (Originally titled "Slaves of the Yellow Devil.")
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Published December 1934 by Popular Publications
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Jeff J.
Jul 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
A fairly harsh entry in the Spider pulp series, with mass murder, hypnosis, and a threatened sexual assault by an orangutan. While villains from the Orient were pretty common in this time frame, the ethnic identity of this novel's antagonist - the Red Mandarin - was fairly irrelevant.
Skjam!
The blurb about says it all. This is heavy on the Yellow Peril angle.

Warning--blatant mischaracterization of the noble orangutan is present, and the threatened rape may be triggery.

For more pulp reviews, see http://www.skjam.com/tag/pulp/
Ronald
May 05, 2016 rated it liked it
read some time in 1993
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