Five Tales from the Golden Age of Adventure! The high-flying heroes and dastardly villains of yesteryear return in this collection of stories inspired by the classic adventures of the pulp era.The Sea Wraithsa Secret Agent X novelCargo ships are mysteriously disappearing on the high seas. Dozens of men and millions of dollars' worth of cargo have been erased from existence. Despite her concern over the long absence of Secret Agent X, Betty Dale, star reporter of the Daily Herald, cannot resist the lure of adventure and sets out to discover the secret of the shadowy villains known as the Sea Wraiths. Meanwhile, in the City's organized crime underworld, Nazi agents are hatching a plot to turn New York's capos into foot soldiers for the Third Reich, and threatening a quiet peace that has kept the streets free of violence. Will Secret Agent X emerge from hiding to thwart the machinations of Nazi spies? Or will he rescue his beloved Betty Dale from the clutches of the Sea Wraiths?Secret Agent XMasterpiece of VengeanceClassic pulp crime fighter Secret Agent X, the man of a thousand faces, encounters a villain from his past and a deadly brotherhood of assassins who will stop at nothing to destroy himFlying AcesThe Sorcerer's GhostThe Wolfpack, a legendary team of WW I fighter aces, know that the only way to survive combat in the skies is to stick together. But when a ghost from their past returns, the bonds of friendship will be tested. Will Captain Colby Wyatt stay loyal to his country and friends, or will he be seduced by the summons from the Sorcerer's ghost?Secret Agent XThe ScarPulp hero Secret Agent X, the original man of a thousand faces, is about to face his greatest challenge as a diabolical villain prepares to unleash a wave of death. But first he must unlock the mystery of a strange scar on his hand...from a wound he cannot remember. As he follows the trail of clues, the Secret Agent will discover that he has lost more than his memoriesDoctor SatanThe PrisonerDoctor Satan, the World's Weirdest Villain, has finally been brought to justice. A fantastic prison, from which escape is impossible, has been built to permanently incarcerate the master of dark science and black magic, but criminologist Ascott Keane remains wary. He knows Doctor Satan will not submit quietly to judgment, but even Keane is caught off-guard when the diabolical villain turns the tables. Caught in a trap of his own devising, can Keane win his freedom, or will he forever remain the Prisoner?