[PDF / Epub] ☄ Justice, Inc. (The Avenger #1) ✓ Kenneth Robeson – Diclofenac16.us

Justice, Inc. (The Avenger #1) The Greatest Crime Fighter Of The Forties Returns

[PDF / Epub] ☄ Justice, Inc. (The Avenger #1)  ✓ Kenneth Robeson – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 159 pages
  • Justice, Inc. (The Avenger #1)
  • Kenneth Robeson
  • English
  • 14 May 2018
  • 0446648620

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  1. says:

    This first novel in the Avenger series tells the origin story of Richard Benson, a man who, prior to the events of this book, had earned his fortune by being a professional adventurer i.e discovering rubber in South America, leading native armies in Java, making aerial maps in the Congo, mining amethysts in Australia and emeralds in Brazil, etc But at the beginning of this novel, just when Benson is planning on settling down, his ideal life is brutally shaken when his wife and young daughter This first novel in the Avenger series tells the origin story of Richard Benson, a man who, prior to the events of this book, had earned his fortune by being a professional adventurer i.e discovering rubber in South America, leading native armies in Java, making aerial maps in the Congo, mining amethysts in Australia and emeralds in Brazil, etc But at the beginning of this novel, just when Benson is planning on settling down, his ideal life is brutally shaken when his wife and young daughter are killed, inexplicably disappearing from an airplane on which he himself is also a passenger.The sheer shock and stress of that experience lands Bens...


  2. says:

    The origin adventure of The Avenger is one I ve wanted to read for a while Despite the claim that it was written by the author of Doc Savage, the only connection is they use the same house name The original run of The Avenger was actually written by a guy called Paul Ernst, although I have heard that both Lester Dent the actual Doc Savage write...


  3. says:

    Read in the 70s Pulp adventure in the Doc Savage vein.


  4. says:

    Much like the Doc Savage books show a sort of proto Superman, the Richard Benson books seem to portray a proto Batman of sorts There are certainly similarities between the Savage and Benson books owing to the fact that it s of the same era, and the same group of writers under the pen name Kenneth Robeson composed both However, the feel of the novel is a lot darker and less hijinx y than the Doc Savage books, and interestingly, the special abilities of the main character arereminisc Much like the Doc Savage books show a sort of proto Superman, the Richard Benson books seem to portray a proto Batman of sorts There are certainly similarities between the Savage and Benson books owing to the fact that it s of the same era, and the same group of writers under the pen name Kenneth Robeson composed both However, the feel of the novel is a lot darker and less hijinx y than the Doc Savage books, and interestingly, the special abilities of the main character arereminiscent of a Doc Savage villain than a protagonist In fact, Benson has several qualities that are lifte...


  5. says:

    The Avenger, Richard Benson, was one of the greatest pulp crime fighters He and his band of associates comprised Justice, Inc., and, armed with keen gadgets, clear genius, stout hearts, good humor, and the force of right set forth from their Bleek Street headquarters to thwart evil, defend goodness, and protect American society The adventures were published as by Kenneth Robeson, the creator of Doc Savage, which may have led to the perception that The Avenger was something of a second rate The Avenger, Richard Benson, was one of the greatest pulp crime fighters He and his band of associates comprised Justice, Inc., and, armed with keen gadgets, clear genius, stout hearts, good humor, and the force of right set forth from their Bleek Street headquarters to thwart evil, defend goodness, and protect American society The adventures were published as by Kenneth Robeson, the creator of Doc Savage, which may have led to the perception that The Avenger was something of a second rate Doc , though the origi...


  6. says:

    The first adventure of The Avenger has the first moving action and suspense that one expects of a good pulp magazine novel Richard Benson goes to the lavatory on a plane and comes back to find that his wife and daughter have disappeared All the other passengers claim he boarded alone Benson is determined to find out what happened.Somewhat oddly, this origin story doesn t explain the origin Benson just awakes two weeks after being knocked out on the plane to find that his hair and skin have t The first adventure of The Avenger has the first moving action and suspense that one expects of a good pulp magazine novel Richard Benson goes to the lavatory on a plane and comes back to find that his wife and daughter have disappeared All the other passengers claim he boarded alone Benson is determined to find out what happened.Somewhat oddly, this origin story doesn t explain the origin Benson just awakes two weeks after being knocked out on the plane to find that his hair and skin have turned c...


  7. says:

    This is the first Avenger novel that I read, and it will probably be the last While Lester Dent in the Doc Savage series may have produced some very predictable story lines, he at least varied the writing enough that any self plagiarism was not obviously noticeable Not Paul Ernst unfortunately he managed to come up with three descriptions of Dick Benson, the Avenger, and used them all too regularly throughout this novel Add to it, a very predictable Doc Savage style plot, and one has a very b This is the first Avenger novel that I read, and it will probably be the last While Lester Dent in the Doc Savage series may have produced some very predictable s...


  8. says:

    Nostalgic pulp provides superhero protagonist running about saving their own little alleyway from the baddies If you like comicbook heroes, you will love this series This is one of the foundations where the writing of the dark alleyway crime fighter began Enjoy the fun.


  9. says:

    It moves quick, but not a very colorful debut for the third most popular Street Smith pulp character Not holding that against the series, as I ll readThe first Spider novel was a bit of a dud as well.


  10. says:

    I hadn t read this book for many years, and while it certainly wasn t stellar, it was much better than I remember It s also a better read than many of The Shadow novels, which I really enjoy.

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