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When The Shadow debuted in pulp magazines in 1931, he was aviator Kent Allard, and he blackmailed Lamont Cranston into allowing Kent to assume his legal identity. When the radio series debuted in 1937, The Shadow was Lamont Cranston with no separate original identity.


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Probably 1939, when "a passing motorist" http://www.comicbookreligion.com/?c=18225&unnamed_orphanage_attendants became "Mary Kent" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_and_Martha_Kent


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