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Science Fiction: ‘The Robot Empire’

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‘Santa Claus Visits The Moon Base’, Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine, December 1954

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Ace Double D-465: The Martian Missile by David Grinnell, 1960, Cover art attributed to Ed Valigursky

The Martian Missile

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Sci-Fi Cover art by Kelly Freas illustration: ‘Pipe Dream’, by Fritz Leiber

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‘Startling Stories: A Thrilling Publication’

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Captain Future: Man of Tomorrow

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‘The Last Planet’ (Star Rangers) Special Edition

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Super Science and Fantastic Stories: ‘Lord of Death: The Last Secret of a Dead Planet’

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Pulp Cover: ‘Castaway from Space’

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Cellophane-Covered Space Travelers

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Movie Poster: ‘The Day the World Ended’

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Amazing Stories: ‘Beyond The Rings Of Saturn’

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Historical Proof: Yes, Even Superman Can Be Replaced by a Robot

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Space Age Toy: ‘Atomic Disintegrator’

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Boy Defends Mars (Somebody Has To!)

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Science Fiction Reader: ‘The Robot Empire’

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Cover Art Earle Bergey, 1952


Thrilling Wonder Stories: ‘The Faceless Men’

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The Faceless Men


As President of Mars, I Welcome You!

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Rocket Stories, 1953

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Welcome, Voyagers 


Pulp Science-Fiction: Amazing Stories Digest Cover, by Ed Emshwiller, 1964

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Mind Mate, Amazing Stories digest cover, July 1964 by Ed Emshwiller


‘More Terrific Thrills on the Unknown Planet

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Vintage Sci Fi Cover Art: ‘Fantastic Universe’

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Pulp Fiction: Rene Brantonne Cover for L’Invisible by Jean de la Hire

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The French sci-fi novel L’Invisible was written by Jean de La Hire, aka Espié Adolphem, for Éditions Jaeger et Hauteville’s Fantastic series in 1953. The set-up is ingenious here—basically, H.G. Wells’ famous novel The Invisible Man was a disguised factual account, and this book reveals the truth about the man Wells fictionalized. He develops an invisibility potion, uses it to make a fortune, and later faces a choice between continuing on his path or giving it up for love. The cool cover art is by René Brantonne.

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Sci Fi Cover: ‘La Astronauve Fantasma’

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Syd Mead: Blade Runner Concept Art

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Vintage Sci-Fi Cover: ‘Super Science’

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[PHOTO] Vintage Robot: Smoke Break

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Vintage Paperback: ‘World Without Men: They Had Forgotten What Men Look Like’

Ace D-274 Paperback Original (1958).  Cover Art by Ed Emsh

Ace Books D-274: World Without Men by Charles Eric Maine, 1958. Cover by Ed Emshwiller.

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Vintage Sci-Fi Movie Poster: The WEIRDEST Visitor the Earth Has Ever Seen! ‘The Man From Planet X’, 1951

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Description from Internet Movie Database:

“As a mysterious planet hurls itself toward earth, an enigmatic extraterrestrial scout arrives on a remote Scottish island with unknown intentions.”

DirectorEdgar G. Ulmer WritersAubrey WisbergJack Pollexfen StarsRobert ClarkeMargaret FieldRaymond Bond

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Vintage Movie Poster: ‘The Monster Demands a Mate!’ ‘The Bride of Frankenstein’ 1935

THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN, 1935.

Mary Shelley reveals the main characters of her novel survived: Dr. Frankenstein (goaded by an even madder scientist) builds his monster a mate.

Director:

James Whale

Writers:

Mary Shelley (suggested by: the original story written in 1916 by), William Hurlbut (adapted by), 10 more credits »

Stars:

Boris KarloffElsa LanchesterColin Clive |See full cast and crew »


Vintage Book Cover Art of the Day: They Tampered with Eternity ‘The Twisted Men’

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Vintage Movie Poster: Danish ‘Creature from the Black Lagoon’

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Silver Scream 


Made in Japan: Vintage Godzilla

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Vintage Sci-Fi Image of the Day: After Doomsday

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Ralph Brillhart – After Doomsday

The Science Fiction Gallery


Vintage Toy of the Day: Buck Rogers Atomic Pistol

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Sci-Fi Image of the Day: ‘Robot Space Trooper’

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Robot Space Trooper
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Vintage Sci-Fi Illustration of the Day: Tom Corbett ‘Space Cadet’

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Vintage Sci-Fi Illustration of the Day

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Vintage Toy Gun of the Day: ‘Space Pilot X Ray’

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Space Pilot X Ray

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1970s

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Vintage Sci-Fi Magazine Cover Art of the Day: Fantastic Universe

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Fantastic Universe (March 1955) 
Cover art by Alex Schomburg

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[Collectors can find Fantastic Universe, March 1955 (Volume 3 No. 2) and others at Amazon]