- Burke, I have paid you well because I wanted intelligent cooperation. You have done your part. This is only the second time that you have met me. I want your honest opinion. Do you trust me? Would you work for me, faithfully, without question? Keeping all our dealings confidential. Then I can tell you my real purpose in setting you up in business. Burke, I am a criminologist. I have my own way of dealing with crime. Those who work for me must always obey me implicitly -- even though they may not understand my motives. Even though they may face danger!
Appearing in "The Death Tower"
- The Shadow (disguised as "George Clarendon")
- The Shadow's Agents:
- Doctor Albert Palermo (dies)
- Hassan (Palermo's servant; dies)
- Thelda Blanchet
- Detective Stanley Warwick
- Gunner Macklin (dies)
- Artie Feldmann (a Chicago gangster)
- Harry Boutonne (a Chicago gangster)
- Bull Goldman
- Carver Brill
- Louie Seligman (a safe-cracker)
- The Silent Seven (mentioned only)
- Detective Steve Lang
- Jerry Haggerty
- Horace Chatham (dies)
- Roger Crowthers (dies)
- Lloyd Harriman (dies)
- Seth Wilkinson (dies)
- New York City
- Chong (bronze statue)
- The Shadow's Autogyro (1st appearance)
Synopsis for "The Death Tower"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Reprinted by Bantam Books (#4).
- The sinister hooded man on the cover is an illustration of the radio Shadow, and was painted from a publicity still of James LaCurto. LaCurto is credit as being the first voice of The Shadow, when he was only a narrator for "Detective Story Hour." The same cover is used again on issue 9.
- "The Silent Seven" and "The Faithful Fifty" are briefly mentioned in this story. They are the main villains next issue.
- No trivia.
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