|The New York Review of Bird|
|Published by||Pyramid Books|
Synopsis for in The New York Review of Bird
His assertion should be dismissed as the delusional ramblings of an eighty-year-old man, since Margo Lane is still alive and well in 1978. His "delusional" statements are merely part of a cover.
Characters in The New York Review of Bird
- Cordwainer Bird (Kent's nephew)
- Allard Kent Rassendyll (final appearance)
- Ms. Stein (dies)
- Huey, Dewey and Louie (henchmen)
- Margo Lane (mentioned only)
- Mr. Ingham
- New York
- Cover art by Jim Steranko. Inside illustrations by Neal Adams.
|A Wold Newton Universe Story |
This story is specifically related to the Wold Newton Universe, a fictional concept which was first introduced by Philip Jose Farmer. He was one of the first author's to crossover a variety of pulp and literary characters by placing them in the same universe and sharing adventures together. This template will automatically categorize the stories featuring The Shadow which are told in the "Wold Newton Universe."