Appearing in "The Shadow's Justice"
- Farland Tracy (dies)
- Stacks Lodi (dies)
- Hub Rowley (dies)
- Headley (Houston Boswick's servant; dies)
- Carter Boswick
- Drew Westling
- Houston Boswick (dies)
- New Jersey
- Havana, Cuba
- Southern Star (steamship)
- The Shadow's Autogyro
Synopsis for "The Shadow's Justice"
Reprinted from Shadow Magazine #28.
Appearing in "The Broken Napoleons"
- The Shadow's Agents:
- Levautour (Hubert Craylon; dies)
- Rodlick (Levautour's henchman; dies)
- Butch Drongo (a mob boss; dies)
- Jigger (Drongo's bodyguard, sent to Farrow's prison colony)
- Deek Calligan (dies)
- Shim Torson (a thug; captured, sent to Farrow's prison colony)
- Sneak Losbach (a thug; captured, sent to Farrow's prison colony)
- Weed Hessel (a thug; dies)
- Knuckler (a squeamish crook)
- Koke (another squeamish crook)
- Slade Farrow
- Stanley, the chauffeur
- Curt Sturley (an engineer)
- Diana Craylon (Hubert's daughter)
- Leigh (Craylon's butler)
- Gregg Lownden (a mine owner)
- Count Louis Surronne
- Lord Jenley (a British official)
- Captain Petterton
- Kit Dyson (a sailor; lost overboard)
- Eddie Moroy (a sailor; dies)
- Trenge (a steward; dies)
- New York City
- Girasol Ring
- The Shadow's ship, the Reciprocity
- Nepenthe (yacht)
Synopsis for "The Broken Napoleons"
Reprinted from Shadow Magazine #106.
- The cover to Howard Chaykin's graphic novel, The Shadow: Blood and Judgment, is based on George Rozen's.
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