A Thrilling Planet Novel
Alcatraz Of The Starways
by Albert dePina and Henry Hasse
Venus was a world enslaved. And then, like an avenging angel bringing knowledge of a weapon so terrible it had been used but once in the history of the universe, came a Warrior-Princess to strike the shackles from people who wanted only to live in peace.
The Sandhound — Stirring Novelet Of Alien Worlds
by Ross Rocklynne
He was called the Sandhound, after the fleet slayer of Martian killer-rats. But his game was bigger. It walked upright and preyed on human suffering — Man!
The Blue Behemoth — Stirring Novelet Of Alien Worlds
by Leigh Brackett
Shannon’s Imperial Circus was broke — and jinxed. Its biggest asset was a blue Venusian cansin. And then, in a grey Venusian swamp, the asset became a liability which had to be paid for in human lives.
The Meteor Makers — Stirring Novelet Of Alien Worlds
by Peter Hamilton
A menace stalked the spaceways, a doom so terrible the Space Guards fled its horror. And then, hurling his mocking challenge, came outlaw Jak Sullivan — risking his life that a dozen worlds might live.
Stranger From Space — Short Story
by Hannes Bok
He was a god from space — and strangely inhuman.
Grifters’ Asteroid — Short Story
by H.L. Gold
It was a spacial con-men’s free-for-all — three slickers outgyping each other.
Menace Of The Mists
by Richard Storey
A mindless horror poured from the sea-bottoms of Venus.
P.S.’s Feature Flash — Department
Introducing Ross Rocklynne whose yarns are the best of calling cards.
The Vizigraph — Department
The meeting place for stfans with grieves and gripes, pleas and praise; where the cash customer earns his money’s worth.