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When the world's leading scientists begin disappearing without a trace, Captain Hazzard and his team of adventurers find themselves on the trail of a mastermind known only as the Green Dragon. Battling an army of mind-controlled zombies, their adventure leads them to a fantastic hidden fortress of wonder and terror and a final confrontation with the forces of evil. Horror and thrills await them at every turn. 

Join the fighting five: cowboy sharpshooter Jake Cole, playboy-surgeon Martin Tracey, noted physicist Washington MacGowen, ace pilot Tyler Randall, and crime reporter William Crawley as they follow their leader, the relentless Champion of Justice, Captain Hazzard, in a brand-new, never-before-published pulp saga!

©2010, 2013 Ron Fortier and Martin Powel (P)2018 RadioArchives.com

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Great Pulp Action

This is old faction action adventure as it was done in the golden age of the pulps. Captain Hazzard, the one-hit wonder returns in brand new stories by Ron Fortier. Stuart Gauffi does a great job in bringing the tale to life.