Filed Under: Sci-Fi

The Man From The Atom

Science and Invention August 1923

Published in August 1923, this “Scientific Fiction Number” is considered to be the first American science fiction magazine. The success of this issue, and the one the following year, led Gernsback to publish a specialized fiction magazine, Amazing Stories, beginning in 1926.

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Goddess of the Moon

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The Craters Spew a Slimy Green Army Bent on Smashing The Moon Goddess and Her Earthman Protector.

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Queen Of The Panther World

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FA 1948-07 - 090-091 Mirrors of the Queen - (illo.) Virgil Finlay
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FA 1948-07 - 108-109 Contract For a Body - (illo.) William A. Gray
FA 1948-07 - 136-137 Air Race - (illo.) William A. Gray
FA 1948-07 - 146 Preaching to Fish - Francis Yerxa
FA 1948-07 - 148 Weird Sacrifice - June Lurie

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The Sex Life Of The Gods

Uptown 703 Paperback Original (1962)

Janet was more than a beautiful woman. She was white heat and surging womanhood all dolled up in a body like that of a French movie star. She was as wanton as a Polynesian dancer and as demanding as a nympho.

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Deadline To Pluto

Scion Scientific Novel (1951).  British paperback

That gun!

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Invaders From Sirius

Fantastic Adventures, July 1939

Daring Attempt To Steal The Earth

Clowns from Sirius. Get it? It’s a pun. Because Sirius sounds like Serious. Which is not what clowns are.

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The Cometeers

The Cometeers Jack Williamson first printing 1950

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Beyond The Sphinxes’ Cave

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This looks like a sci-fi retelling of Perseus. Note Medusa’s head and the guys with guns.

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