One man’s determined quest to find—and frame—pulp art!

The call came on a winter day in 1972. An art dealer wanted to sell Robert Lesser a painting of the Shadow, the 1930s radio-serial crime fighter who famously knew “what evil lurks in the hearts of men.” The painting—showing the black-clad figure clawing a net he’d been captured beneath, a sinister look in his eye—had been made for the cover of the September 1933 pulp magazine The Shadow.

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August 4, 2008

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