Series: Operator 5

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The Masked Invasion by Curtis Steele1.1
The Invisible Empire by Curtis Steele1.2
The Yellow Scourge by Curtis Steele1.3
The Melting Death by Curtis Steele1.4
The Cavern of the Damned by Curtis Steele2.1
Master of Broken Men by Curtis Steele2.2
Invasion of the Dark Legions by Curtis Steele2.3
The Green Death Mists by Curtis Steele2.4
Legions of Starvation by Curtis Steele3.1
The Red Invaders by Curtis Steele3.2
League of War Monsters by Curtis Steele3.3
Operator #5: The Army of the Dead by Curtis Steele3.4
March of the flame marauders (Operator 5) by Curtis Steele4.1
Operator #5: Blood Reign Of The Dictator by Curtis Steele4.2
Invasion of the Yellow Warlords by Curtis Steele4.3
Legions of the Death Master by Curtis Steele4.4
Hosts of the Flaming Death by Curtis Steele5.1
Operator 5 - Invasion of the Crimson Death Cult by Curtis Steele5.2
Attack of the Blizzard-Men by Curtis Steele5.3
Scourge of the Invisible Death by Curtis Steele5.4
Raiders of the Red Death by Curtis Steele6.1
War Dogs of the Green Destroyer by Curtis Steele6.2
Rockets from Hell by Curtis Steele6.3
War Master from the Orient by Curtis Steele6.4
Crime's Reign of Terror by Curtis Steele7.1
Death's Ragged Army by Curtis Steele7.2
Operator #5, June-July 1936 by Rogers Terrill7.2
Patriot's Death Battalion by Curtis Steele7.3
The Bloody Forty Days by Curtis Steele7.4
America's Plague Battalions by Curtis Steele8.1
Liberty's Suicide Legions by Curtis Steele8.2
The Siege of One Thousand Patriots by Curtis Steele8.3
Patriot's Death March by Curtis Steele8.4
Revolt of the Lost Legions by Curtis Steele9.1
Drums of Destruction by Curtis Steele9.2
The Army Without a Country by Curtis Steele9.3
The Bloody Frontiers by Curtis Steele9.4
High Adventure # 46: The Coming of the Mongol Hordes (High Adventure, 46) by Curtis Steele10.1
The Siege that Brought the Black Death by Curtis Steele10.2
Operator #5: Revolt of the Devil Men by Curtis Steele10.3
The Suicide Battalion by Curtis Steele10.4
The Day of the Damned by Curtis Steele11.1
Operator #5: The Dawn That Shook the World by Curtis Steele11.2
When Hell Came to America by Curtis Steele11.3
Invasion from the Sky by Curtis Steele11.4
The Winged Horror of the Yellow Vulture by Curtis Steele12.1
War Tanks of the Yellow Vulture by Curtis Steele12.2
Corpse Cavalry of the Yellow Vulture by Curtis Steele12.3
The Army from Underground by Curtis Steele12.4

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Series description

Published between 1934 and 1939 Operator 5 was a Pulp Hero.
Ordering derived from wikipedia

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