SHADOW (1973) (#1-12) (DC) #3 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Shadow (1973) #3
"The Kingdom of the Cobra!" is written by Denny O'Neil and drawn by Mike Kaluta and Berni Wrightson. Our story begins as the Shadow is breaking up an everyday bank robbery and discovers that one of the felons is someone who is supposed to be in prison. A quick call to the jail only serves to fuel the Shadow's suspicions as the "warden" says the crook is indeed still in his cell. Margot Lane is sent in undercover as a prison reformer to investigate and finds out that not only is the "warden" lying, he's not even the warden at all.

Unfortunately, this discovery only manages to alert the "warden," a snake in the grass called King Cobra, that soon the Shadow will be on his way. The Shadow's next move involves sending in his operative, Harry Vincent, and goes in himself as a hardened criminal. King Cobra is offering criminals a safe place to flop and an alibi in exchange for a percentage of their illegal gains. But with guile, stealth, a pair of deadly .45 automatics and a plan, the Shadow is planning on killing the snake in his den!

GCD Data

Title: The Kingdom of the Cobra

Featuring: The Shadow

Credits: Denny O'Neil (Script), Michael W Kaluta (Pencils), Bernie Wrightson (Inks).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: SHADOW (1973) (#1-12) (DC)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
3 (8.25) 16.50 31.00 42.00 71.00 102.00

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