The Spider #49 The City That Dared Not Eat
  
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America’s greatest metropolis struggled hopelessly in the toils of starvation — victim of the world’s most unscrupulous impostor — a criminal red Spider whose underworld cohorts had slashed the city’s life-giving arteries and established a bloody rule! While hollow-cheeked Famine left its ghastly imprint upon whimpering, peaked-faced little children, Richard Wentworth, in the real Spider’s eerie guise, took up their desperate cause — to wage death-battle against his most terrible foe — a crime-master who had cut the very throat of civilization in order to rear an evil empire on its white, picked bones! The City That Dared Not Eat is torn from the pages of the October, 1937 issue of The Spider magazine.
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