CAPTAIN HAZZARD


CAPTAIN HAZZARD
   US PULP MAGAZINE; 1 issue, May 1938, published by Ace Magazines; no editor named. The (short) novel contained in this issue, "Python-Men of the Lost City", was by Chester Hawks. Hazzard, an imitation of Doc Savage (DOC SAVAGE MAGAZINE) with great mental powers and a similar group of assistants, combats a master criminal. The lead novel was reprinted in facsimile in 1974 by Robert E. WEINBERG.
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Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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