Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
Marvel Science Stories! The name alone conjures up visions of science-fiction thrills. When science fiction surged in popularity in the 1930s, Western Fiction Publishing Co., never ones to ignore a trend, jumped into the genre with both feet. Mystery Tales, Detective Mysteries, Marvel Tales and others were all part of their stable of magazine titles. Only five issues were published of Marvel Science Stories beginning with the August 1938 issue. Starting with the December 1939 issue, the title of the magazine changed to Marvel Tales for two issues and took on a "weird menace" slant, then returned to its science fiction roots under the title of Marvel Stories... for another two issues. The April 1941 issue was the final one... until the magazine was revived in late 1950. Marvel Science Stories presents a compelling view of science fiction before it truly hit its stride, written by some of pulp's most seasoned authors. Marvel Science Stories returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
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Complete Book-Length Novel
by Arthur J. Burks
What will the rebirth of America be, when one day the military forces of the world combine to devastate to a man the greatest nation the earth has ever known? Arthur J. Burks, one of the leading present-day science-fiction writers, here paints a vast and daring canvas, to envision for you luridly, thrillingly, the United States of the far, far future, the new America!
Complete Book-Length Novel
Avengers of Space
by Henry Kuttner
The strangest destiny ever encountered by man awaited Terry Shawn and his Eagle crew — for theirs was the bizarre job of raging through the void to avenge Earth’s destruction by spaceships of another planet!
The Dark Heritage
by Robert O. Kenyon
His glimpse into the time-stream made of Scott Holden a Betrayer, and as such he knew he must save the world from extinction — by destroying all metals and so plunging mankind back into primitive life!
Dictator of the Americas — Exciting Short Story
by James Hall
Fiendishly, ruthlessly, that mad Dictator ruled 2503 A, D. America, and his authority lay in the horrible scientific devices he controlled — devices with which John Stone and the lovely green-eyed Aphrodite must cope, or quickly disintegrate to atoms!
Through the Time-Radio — Exciting Short Story
by Stanton A. Coblentz
In the 41st century a strange ship manned by highly civilized Eskimos visits the jungle of Manhattan Island to observe through their past-penetrating machine the chilling spectacle of the 20th century civilization!
Monsters of the Mountain — Exciting Short Story
by Leon Byrne
What ghastly scientific knowledge was that jealousy-maddened fiend using to create monstrous animals which threatened a beautiful girl and myself with the crudest of deaths?
This Month’s Cover
Norman Saunders, well-known cover artist, pictures a thrilling scene on the planet Mars from Henry Kuttner’s feature novel. Avengers of Space.