Famous Fantastic Mysteries, Sept-Oct 1939

Famous Fantastic Mysteries, Sept-Oct 1939

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From the golden age of pulp science fiction, here are all the stories with all the original illustrations from the very first issue of Famous Fantastic Mysteries.

Famous Fantastic Mysteries was published by The Frank A. Munsey Company from 1939 to 1953. As is stated on the magazine’s contents page:

“This magazine is the answer to thousands of requests that we have received over a period of years, demanding a second look at famous fantasies which, since their original publication, have become accepted classics. Our choice has been dictated by your requests and our firm belief that these are the aces of imaginative fiction. — The Editors”

The titles, authors, original publication dates, and the issue teaser lines for these stories are:

The Moon Pool, A. Merritt, 1918
- The Moon God's vengeance

Space Station No. 1, Manly Wade Wellman, 1936
- The world that Science built

The Whimpus, Tod Robbins, 1919
- Any sailorman who heard it was automatically checked in for Davy Jones' Locker

Karpen the Jew, Robert Neal Leath, 1938
- Out of the past he came, to mangle the present and make safe the future

The Girl in the Golden Atom, Ray Cummings, 1919
- It took the greatest courage to conquer the smallest world

The Witch-Makers, Donald Wandrei, 1936
- The man who became a panther

Blind Man’s Buff, J. U. Giesy, 1920
- A scientific prank that nearly became disastrous

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014581905
Publisher: Snazz eBooks
Publication date: 07/12/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

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