Four Planet Novelets Of Other Worlds
War-Gods Of The Void
by Henry Kuttner
Ever Northward on Venus, Vanning strode — the mindless slave of the War-Gods’ deadly virus.
by Raymond Z. Gallun
“Paradise Asteroid’ it was called — but Norman Haynes meant it to be a spaceway’s Hell.
by Thornton Ayre
Patrolman Curt Stanley trailed the Queen of the Starways into a space-trap of no-escape.
by Malcolm Jameson
Behind the curtains of the Showboat of Space, Death waited for its cosmic entrance cue.
A Weird Outstanding Planet Novel
City Of The Living Flame
by Henry Hasse
It was flame from outer space, and it was alive. Unshackled, it would bring doom to all mankind — and Jim Landor had just slain its keeper.
Quest Of Thig — Planet Short Story
by Basil Wells
Man’s emotions are sometimes more deadly than terrible weapons.
The Thought-Men Of Mercury — Planet Short Story
by R.R. Winterbotham
To plan escape, the prisoners had to think — and their captors could read minds.
Prison Planet — Planet Short Story
by Bob Tucker
“Rat’ was a criminal — yet he lived by a code that the Ancient Gods might honor.
The Feature Flash — Department
Meet Wilbur S. Peacock, whose Planet yarns you’ve met before.
The Vizigraph — Department
Kicks and kudos, bombs and bouquets from the paying customers.