Moonstone Brings Back The Green Ghost

This October, Moonstone has a bunch of classic pulp characters to ring in your Halloween. The third issue of Domino Lady Threesome by Bobby Nash and Sergio Ibanez continues the story featuring Domino Lady, Bullet Gal and the Woman in Red. And then the publisher is bringing back the magician / sleuth the Green Ghost in a book that features both prose and comic stories.

The Green Ghost was created by G.T. Fleming-Roberts and appeared in the early 1940 pulp magazines from the Standard Magazine line. The masked man was actually stage magician George Chance who would occasionally take on the guise of the mysterious crime fighter when the need arose.

The Green Ghost: Declassified
Authors: Win Scott Eckert, Eric Fein
Artist: David Niehaus
Cover: Malcolm McClinton
Pgs, sc, 7" x 10", gray, $14.99
ISBN: 978-1-944017-06-4

The Green Ghost—magician sleuth George Chance—returns! Once a debunker of the supernatural, the Green Ghost terrorized criminals with his horrific skull-face and wraithlike abilities. But criminologist Chance came back from Europe changed—for his wartime experiences taught him: the occult and night creatures were real! Thrill to new prose and comic book tales featuring a multitude of murderers, monsters, and crossovers with I.V. Frost, the Domino Lady, and more!

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DOMINO LADY THREESOME #3
Writers: Bobby Nash
Art: Sergio Ibanez
Cover: Glenn Fernandez
32pgs, grayscale, $3.50
UPC: 685239899139
The Many Deaths of Domino Lady…
Where were you the day you died? When the third murdered woman wearing a Domino Lady costume is found in a back alley in Hollywood, the real Domino Lady investigates. She is not alone. Also looking into the killings is police woman Peggy Allen, who moonlights as the mysterious crime fighter, the Woman in Red, and a young super hero named Bulletgirl Can Pulp's #1 adventuress and her new friends get to the bottom of this mystery before innocent lives are lost?

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About Dan Wickline

Has quietly been working at Bleeding Cool for over three years. He has written comics for Image, Top Cow, Shadowline, Avatar, IDW, Dynamite, Moonstone, Humanoids and Zenescope. He is the author of the Lucius Fogg series of novels and a published photographer.

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