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Since his creation in 1930, [[The Shadow]] has become the subject of over [[List of The Shadow stories|300 pulp stories]], [[The Shadow Radio Show|a radio drama series]], [[The Shadow Movies|several movies]], a 15-episode movie serial, various [[Shadow Comics|comic books]] and even an unsold [[The Shadow (1954 TV Pilot)|TV pilot]].
 
Since his creation in 1930, [[The Shadow]] has become the subject of over [[List of The Shadow stories|300 pulp stories]], [[The Shadow Radio Show|a radio drama series]], [[The Shadow Movies|several movies]], a 15-episode movie serial, various [[Shadow Comics|comic books]] and even an unsold [[The Shadow (1954 TV Pilot)|TV pilot]].
   
What might be confusing to some, is the major difference between The Shadow on the radio program and how he is different from the one in the pulp stories. On the radio, The Shadow is [[Lamont Cranston]]. In the pulps, The Shadow is really [[Kent Allard]], a world-famous aviator who uses Lamont Cranston's identity as his alter-ego. [[The Thriller Library Vol 1|The Thriller Library]], a weekly British newspaper, reprinted some of the original pulp stories, but for some reason The Shadow's true identity changed to a ruined lawyer named [[John Harverson (Thriller)|John Harverson]].
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What might be confusing to some, is the major difference between The Shadow on the radio program and how he is different from the one in the pulp stories. On the radio, The Shadow <u>is</u> [[Lamont Cranston]]. In the pulps, The Shadow is really [[Kent Allard]], a world-famous aviator who uses Lamont Cranston's identity as his alter-ego. [[The Thriller Library Vol 1|The Thriller Library]], a weekly British newspaper, reprinted some of the original pulp stories, but for some reason The Shadow's true identity changed to a ruined lawyer named [[John Harverson (Thriller)|John Harverson]].
   
 
''This page serves to clarify the different characters known as [[The Shadow]], as well as, other closely named publications.''
 
''This page serves to clarify the different characters known as [[The Shadow]], as well as, other closely named publications.''
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==Characters Known as "The Shadow"==
 
==Characters Known as "The Shadow"==
 
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Image:Shadow Radio Ad 001.jpg|<center>[[Lamont Cranston|Lamont Cranston as The Shadow (Radio)]]
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Image:Shadow Blue Coal 003.jpg|<center>[[Lamont Cranston|Lamont Cranston as The Shadow (Radio)]]
 
Image:Shadow Magazine Vol 1 131.jpg|<center>[[Kent Allard|Kent Allard as The Shadow (Pulps)]]
 
Image:Shadow Magazine Vol 1 131.jpg|<center>[[Kent Allard|Kent Allard as The Shadow (Pulps)]]
 
Image:Thriller Library Vol 1 479.jpg|<center>[[John Harverson (Thriller)|John Harverson as The Shadow (UK)]]
 
Image:Thriller Library Vol 1 479.jpg|<center>[[John Harverson (Thriller)|John Harverson as The Shadow (UK)]]

Latest revision as of 15:38, 7 March 2014

Lamont Cranston & Margo Lane

This is The Shadow disambiguation page.

Since his creation in 1930, The Shadow has become the subject of over 300 pulp stories, a radio drama series, several movies, a 15-episode movie serial, various comic books and even an unsold TV pilot.

What might be confusing to some, is the major difference between The Shadow on the radio program and how he is different from the one in the pulp stories. On the radio, The Shadow is Lamont Cranston. In the pulps, The Shadow is really Kent Allard, a world-famous aviator who uses Lamont Cranston's identity as his alter-ego. The Thriller Library, a weekly British newspaper, reprinted some of the original pulp stories, but for some reason The Shadow's true identity changed to a ruined lawyer named John Harverson.

This page serves to clarify the different characters known as The Shadow, as well as, other closely named publications.

Characters Known as "The Shadow"[]

Magazines Named "The Shadow"[]

Comics Named "The Shadow"[]

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