- Which is the more powerful? One who burrows deep into the ground, or one who vanishes off into the air? Which is the more dangerous: the beast that growls from its den, or the creature that lurks where it may stalk its prey? Both Su Yeng and Prince Yeddo have similar designs. Each can recuperate, and begin a new campaign. Both will menace you, Tam, because they know you are my friend.
Appearing in "The Devil Master"
- The Shadow's Agents:
- The Devil Master (Professor Su Yeng, dies)
- Holgo (Yeng's servant)
- Prince Fuji Yeddo (a Japanese warlord; dies)
- Ishi (Yeddo's servant)
- Bull Grendy (a hired thug)
- Commissioner Weston
- Inspector Joe Cardona
- Dr. Roy Tam
- Doctor Rupert Sayre
- Stanley, the chauffeur
- Amnok (a Korean; dies)
- Langford Frame (a manufacturer)
- Mark Orvel (a private investigator)
- Satsu (great, great-granddaughter of Su Yeng)
- Gifford Wendyke (an exporter)
- New York City
- The White Dragon, Chinatown
- Cobalt Club
Synopsis for "The Devil Master"
By pitting one man of evil against another, can The Shadow bring triumph to the side of the right?
- Sanctum Books reprinted "The Devil Master" in The Shadow Double-Novel Reprint #29 and The Shadow Special: Foreshadowing The Batman.
- It was also reprinted as a simplified comic book plot in Shadow Comics #14.
- "The Devil Master" is the only Shadow story where Margo Lane and Myra Reldon appear together. In fact, they both team up to fight "The Devil Masters'" great, great-granddaughter, Satsu, however, they're unaware that the other is a Shadow agent.
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