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Fa Lo Suee — “Master of Kung Fu”

Daughters of Evil World Conquerors really have only two options in life: be their father’s adoring minion who ultimately falls for the Hero and helps him defeat her father, or strike out on your own and try to out-conquer him. Fah Lo Suee, daughter of the inscruitable Mandarin Fu Manchu, is entirely the latter. But while Fah Lo Suee in the novels was more the former, only once really acting in the role of conqueror in place of her father, in the Marvel comic “Shang-Chi, Master of Kung Fu”, she was a re-occurring character with her own agenda who battled her father as much as she battled her own half-brother Shang-Chi.

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The Hypnotist” by Jack Kahler (1966)

John Meredith Swift was only 14 years old and he was quite impressed by the hypnotist he’d seen. It wasn’t surprising that he tried to imitate the man, but, as he discovered with young Nancy next door, he had to give his voice time to mature a little.

He never lost his fascination for the art, however, and much later … in his last year at college, he had the opportunity for an interesting experiment. One which caused a young virgin to turn up pregnant, almost costing her life and sanity … and John’s as well …

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The Woman in Green” (1945)


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In “The Woman in Green”, a mysterious maniac is terrorizing post-WW II London: innocent women are being murdered and their right fore-finger is being carefully removed. Even the great Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) is mystified, but the horror of the act is enough to drive him to find the murder.

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