Following the success of the Blaylock and Chaykin miniseries, Dark Horse published a one-shot, The Shadow, written by Goss and Kaluta, with artwork by Michael Kaluta and Bernard Kolle. It appeared in March 1997. Dark Horse's Shadow reached a milestone with the publication of the trade paperback The Shadow: The Long Halloween, which collected issues 9-13 of the series. It was published in October 1997, and received positive reviews for its artwork and characterization. Comic Book Resources published a creator interview with Goss and Kaluta. The Shadow: The Long Halloween was illustrated by Alex Maleev, Manuel Garcia, Alex Maleev, and Bernard Kolle. It was written by Goss and Kaluta. The second trade paperback of the year was The Shadow: The Caves of Steel, which collected issues 1-4 of the series. It appeared in April 1998. At the same time, Dark Horse released a one-shot to tie in with the release of the 1998 film The Shadow as well as a trade paperback, The Shadow: Ghost in the Shell, in September 1998. It was written by Goss and Kaluta, and illustrated by Manuel Garcia and Alex Maleev.
Dick Western, formerly editor-in-chief of the pulp magazine Fantasy & Science Fiction, became Dark Horse Comics' director of animation in 1992. He left the company in 1994 to work for another comic-book publisher, DC Comics. Western's final project for Dark Horse was a four-issue Shadow miniseries, published in 1994-95. The writer and artist is unknown. The plot centered on an attempt to thwart the Black Tiger's plans to destroy the United States. It was canceled midway through the run, and was never collected. The first issue featured a cover by Darwyn Cooke.
Most of the Shadow's latest revival has been directed by Western, with the exception of a few issues, such as The Shadow's Ghosts, written and illustrated by Keith Giffen and Alan Kupperstein.
The Shadow also made appearances in several other DC Comics publications. In the final issue of Justice League of America's 1993 mini-series Shadow of the Phantasm, the team's members have a dream in which a man in a red cape and mask attacks them. The man transforms into The Shadow, who unmasked himself to the superhero team. In 1994, The Shadow appeared in his own three-issue miniseries, The Shadow by Rob Liefeld and Mike McKone. The story's hero is the government agent M.K. O'Hara, who is also the next-door neighbor of The Shadow's Lair. The Shadow and M.K. O'Hara are briefly married, and M.K. O'Hara's ex-wife, Linda, has a daughter. In the story, The Shadow is introduced as a government agent investigating a missing bio-genetic research document. When Linda O'Hara is kidnapped, M.K. O'Hara's government agency is the only one who can help him save the girl. The Shadow and Linda O'Hara team-up for a brief romance before being separated again.
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