Zorro #1

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Johnston McCulley (1883-1958) was a prolific author of hundreds of stories. He was a regular contributor to the newsstand pulp magazines, eventually branching out into film and television screenplays. McCulley's writing career began as a police reporter. Southern California became a frequent backdrop for his fiction. His most notable use of the locale was in his ongoing series of Zorro, the masked highway who fought an oppressive government. McCulley developed several other continuing characters including The Crimson Clown, Thubway Tham, The Green Ghost, and The Thunderbolt.

Zorro #1

The Mark of Zorro

Authored by Johnston McCulley
Designed by Rich Harvey
Illustrated by Ed Coutts
Preface by Sandra R. Curtis
Afterword by Ed Hulse
Edited by Rich Harvey

America's first superhero in his original adventures! Zorro’s popularity has spanned the world, across all cultural demographics, for nearly a century. He was the original masked crime-fighter—defending down-trodden citizens from an oppressive government and criminal elements with his swift blade and keen wit. Now readers can thrill to his adventures in this six-volume series which collects all his original stories. The Mark of Zorro (a.k.a. The Curse of Capistrano) introduces popular culture’s first masked crime-fighter. This volume includes two additional adventures, “Zorro Saves a Friend” and “Zorro Hunts a Jackal.” Also: a study of “Zorro’s California” by Sandra R. Curtis; film historian Ed Hulse documents Zorro’s original Hollywood adaptation in “From Pulp Page to Silver Screen.”

Publication Date:
1530392446 / 9781530392445
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White with Bleed
Related Categories:
Fiction / Action & Adventure

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