Appearing in "The Blackest Mail"
- Flip Hillher (dies)
- Lieutenant Sherly
- Don Barron (an actor)
- Genia Gladder (an actress)
- Tony Hunter (a writer)
- Mr. J. Gainsworthy (studio president)
- Richard Doster (an actor; dies)
- Sturm (a director; dies)
- Impressive Films, Inc. Studios
Synopsis for "The Blackest Mail"
Mysterious handwriting on a wall, a lady with a toy boat and a man with a kite -- all clues to a dramatic, cunning plot which finds The Shadow in Hollywood fighting the macabre machinations of a ruthless killer.
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- Bruce Elliott takes over for Walter Gibson as The Shadow's raconteur. Elliott will author the next fourteen issues under the "Maxwell Grant" house name, until Gibson returns in the August-September 1948 issue, "Jade Dragon".
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