Appearing in "Dead Men Live"
- The Shadow's Agents:
- Dr. Gerald Savette (dies)
- Glade Tremont (dies)
- Ivan Orlinov (dies)
- Stanley, the chauffeur (mentioned only)
- Richards, the valet (for the real Lamont Cranston)
- Harold Sharrock
- Austin Bellamy
- Clark Murdock
- Professor Pierre Rachaud
- New York
- B. Jonas Office Building
- The Catskills
- Girasol Ring
Synopsis for "Dead Men Live"
Reprinted from Shadow Magazine #18.
Appearing in "Dictator of Crime"
- Luis Castenago (dies)
- Estaban (Castenago's secretary; dies)
- Murk Wessel (a con-man; dies)
- Pierre Treban (casino owner)
- Colin Nayre
- Professor Francisco Peridor
- Mariquita Peridor (Francisco's daughter)
- John Smith (a Japanese agent)
- Colonel Jose Durez (dies)
- Hotel Equator
- Centralba, Central American
- Casino Internacional
- Flashlights (Morse code)
- The Shadow's plane
Synopsis for "Dictator of Crime"
Reprinted from Shadow Magazine #232.
- George Rozen's, "Dead Men Live," cover was also used for the first issue of Shadow Comics.
- "Dictator of Crime" was also reprinted as a simplified comic book plot in Shadow Comics #67.
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