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Captain Hazzard- Python Men of the Lost City (and 3 other pulp sequel)
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Captain Hazzard was a science fiction pulp magazine which published only one issue in 1938
He was a telepathic superhero, the magazine was an attempt to copy the success of other hero pulps such as Doc Savage

The most intriguing character from the action pulps returns! This thrill-a-minute new edition is not merely a reprint of that solo 1938 classic, but a brand new relaunch of this long-forgotten pulp hero.

Captain Hazzard travels the world in search of action and adventure, accompanied by his team: Jake Cole, Monatana sharp-shooter; Martin Tracey, surgeon; Washington MacGowen, scientific genius; Tyler Randall, ace pilot; and William Crawley, tabloid crime reporter. Their adventures are the stuff of legends.

This New, updated Special Edition contains:

•The completely re-edited and rewritten Captain Hazzard book “Python Men of the Lost City” by Ron Fortier to include new chapters not included in the 1938 book!

• Wonderful spot illustrations by artist Rob Davis!

• A sensational cover by Mark Maddox.

the 3 sequel are not linked in a serie on amazon : Captain Hazzard: Citadel of Fear , Captain Hazzard: Curse of the Red Maggot and Captain Hazzard: Custer’s Ghost