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Master of Kung Fu (1974) - #33
"Wicked Messenger of Madness"

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Doug Moench

Paul Gulacy

Dan Adkins

Janice Cohen

John Costanza

Len Wein

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Gil Kane
Joe Sinnott

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Cover Date: October 1975
Cover Price: US $ 0.25

Issue Tagline: Messenger of Madness!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Letters Column: Missives To The Master!

This is the second great story arc in the Moench/Gulacy team-up staring the villain Mordillo. Shang Chi and crew are attacked by a killer robot with guns for eyes. They dug out some of the bullets and discovered writing with clues to Mordillo on them. Leiko Wu is kidnapped and taken to Mordillo's island where the Shang Chi and crew follow.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Maitre du Kung Fu, Les Mains de Shang-Chi (1974) #19
Shang-Chi, Master of Kung-Fu (1998) #1

Leiko Wu's first appearance. To accommodate the overflow of positive letters about Moench/Gulacy's MOKF Giant Size #2, the letters page has an expanded 2 pages of letters.
Bill Wu writes, "Which of the illustrious names on your title page determined that Shadow-Stalker would be the same hue as an overripe banana?"

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