Loads of New Ideas

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That is actually the title of the lead essay in this wonderfully retro-looking issue.

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F.O.B. Venus

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With original Virgil Finlay illustration. This entire issue can be downloaded here.

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Secret Of The Observatory

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This entire issue can be downloaded here

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No Sons Left To Die!

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Imagination, September 1953
Harold McCauley Sherwood Springer's Love That Woo-Woo.
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With original illustration art by Harold W. McCauley. This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Power Metal

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Front cover by Malcolm Smith, back cover by Robert Gibson Jones. This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Rocket To The Moon

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A science-fiction comic based on the novel Maza of the Moon by Otis Adelbert Kline.

An American inventor becomes the first human to land an object on the moon, by firing a giant space-gun at it. To his surprise, the people of the moon fire back. When he visits the satellite, he becomes caught up in the conflict between two warring peoples, one of which is ruled by a beautiful moon-princess.

The story was written by Walter Gibson, best known as the author of The Shadows pulp adventures (under the name Maxwell Grant).

This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Paradox Lost

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Also, Tarzan Never Dies, Reckoning From Eternity, and Cosmic Circus Tent. This entire issue can be downloaded here

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