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Man of a Hundred Masks. The Man of a Hundred Masks was created by the French author Maurice Landay (Carot) and appeared in L’Homme Aux Cent Masques #1-5 (1915-1916).

The Man of a Hundred Masks is a patriotic (one might say jingoistic) French spy who battles thoroughly despicable Germans, both spies and politicians, during World War One.

The Man of a Hundred Masks appears in stories with titles like “The Secret of the Hohenzollerns,” “France, Stand Up!” and “The Kaiser’s Spy.”

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