Appearing in "Master of Flame"
- The Shadow's Agents:
- George Gregory (a woolen factory owner; captured)
- Albert Truxton (a broker; dies)
- Harold Young (vice president of a bank; dies)
- Marcella (a club singer)
- Slim and Toby (thugs; both die)
- Inspector Joe Cardona
- Stanley, the chauffeur (mentioned only)
- Roy Hilton
- Clifford Mason (an inventor; dies)
- Dorothy Mason (Clifford's daughter)
- Oscar Selkirk (a factory owner of "wire-woven fences")
- Dr. Richard Klein (a chemist)
- Leo Keller (an ex-racketeer)
- Belle Keller (Leo Keller's actress wife)
- Pat Harrison (a chairman of a strike committee)
- Randolph (a receptionist; dies)
- New York City
- Cobalt Club
- The Shadow's Sanctum
- Bridgeport, Connecticut
- A secret formula for synthetic wool
Synopsis for "Master of Flame"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- No special notes.
- Paul Orban provides the interior artwork for the first time. He will continue to be the interior artist for The Shadow Magazine for the next five years. And he will return in 1948 to illustrate the last four issues. His interiors are also featured in The Shadow Annual 1942 Edition.
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