Writers: Bobby Nash, Jarrod Courtemanche, Kevin Noel Olson and Frank Schildiner. Cover by Rob Davis and Shane Evans. Interior illustrations by Rob Davis
Standard Sized Trade Paperback
Black & White
Page Count: 184
The greatest pulp spy of them all, Secret Agent X returns in four brand new adventures. Continuing the excitement and thrills generated by the previous three volumes in this series, the Man of a Thousand Faces is back in four daring adventures written by today’s most talented pulp writers. Deep in the mountains of central Europe, Bobby Nash pits X against a deadly beast-man with a special agenda while Jarrod Courtemanche has the master spy confronting a scientist who controls fears. In a one of a kind cross-over, Agent X confronts one of the most nefarious pulp villains of them all, Fantomas, courtesy of Kevin Noel Olson and finally Frank Schildiner chronicles one of our hero’s earliest missions alongside the famed Sir Lawrence of Arabia in the burning sands of the Sahara.
Secret Agent "X" is a master of disguise, known as "the man of a thousand faces", who adopts different identities in each story. Although he is a dedicated crime-fighter working undercover for the U.S. government, this is unknown to the police who consider him an outlaw. His true role is known only to newspaper reporter Betty Dale and his mysterious Washington controller, K-9. "X" is bank-rolled by an anonymous group of millionaires who made any amount of money he might need available. He maintains a number of identities and bank-rolls a detective agency where alongside their usual work, they did work for him, gathering news reports, getting information, leg work, guarding people, etc. They do not know his real identity. His weapon of choice is a gas gun which quickly renders people unconscious for a short time without any side effects.
Secret Agent "X" Volume 4 TM and © Bobby Nash, Jarrod Courtemanche, Kevin Noel Olso and Frank Schildiner- stories Rob Davis & Shane Evans-Cover Rob Davis interior illustrations. All rights reserved.