The Shadow

The Shadow The Shadow is a collection of serialized dramas, originally in pulp magazines, then on 1930s radio and then in a wide variety of media, that follow the exploits of the title character, a crime-fighting vigilante in the pulps, which carried over to the airwaves as a "wealthy, young man about town" with psychic powers. One of the most famous pulp heroes of the 20th century, The Shadow has been featured in comic books, comic strips, television, video games, and at least five motion pictures. The radio drama is well-remembered for those episodes voiced by Orson Welles.
Hit the jump to check out concept art that was created by concept artist Christopher Ross (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) for Alec Baldwin's 1994 superhero film The Shadow.
Learn the secrets of the shadows as The shadow meets Houdini and is lead through very dangerous missions that he must face to succeed. So hit the jump to get your first look at Cullen Bunn's THE SHADOW #0. Check it out!
The popular pulp hero becomes Dynamite Entertainment's newest acquisition.
Russell Mulcahy happens to be a GREAT DIRECTOR of genre films. His direction of the initial Highlander film and it’s subsequent sequel should have been a calling card for THOR. Later in his career, Mulcahy would take a stab at PULP ICON “The Shadow” in an attempt to create a franchise for Universal Studios.
Will The Shadow have a lock down of a director and get the big dog: Quentin Tarantino?
We could indeed. Pajiba are reporting that the latest Director to be attached to this much tossed around movie is the mighty chin himself, Q.T.
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The director of the most recent Twilight movie has revealed that he will not direct the Sam Raimi produced take on the classic pulp hero, The Shadow...
Sam Raimi is still attached as producer but according to what Latino Review, "The Shadow" is no longer with Sony. It is now with 20th Century Fox, and they have picked up the property.
Most people know that the former Spider-Man director was set to produce "The Shadow." Evidently, he now wants to direct it also.
A fan film about the Shadow set in modern day.
Will Sam Raimi, mega-director of the Spider-Man franchise, be able to spin a golden web around a 1930s classic?