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Chanda-Lung. Chanda-Lung was created by Edmund Snell (Reggie Faulkner, Lo-Peng, Peter Pennington) and appeared in fifteen stories in Detective Fiction Weekly from 1928 to 1932, beginning with “The Death Mark of Chanda-Lung” (Detective Fiction Weekly, Aug. 4, 1928).
Chanda-Lung is a Yellow Peril. “Chanda-Lung, the avowed, unscrupulous champion of the East against the West!...the vast, relentless machine that Chanda-Lung controlled, charged with poisons and drugs and devices against which the English-speaking races were unprotected…” He is active from Tibet to Egypt to Istanbul to England, and controls things like the “devil tree from the Zambesi swamps.” He is opposed by a Nayland Smith (Fu Manchu (I)) clone.
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