Great Super-Science Novel
After World’s End
by Jack Williamson
Brain-staggering scientific mystery lay behind the want-ad Barry Horn answered on that October day in 1938. And Dona Keradin, the girl in the carbon crystal, drove him into the amnesic sleep of the cosmic rays, to awake ages thence, when the last of the Earthman were fighting to the death against Malgarth, the Robot monster!
Faster Than Light — Dynamic Science Novelette
by S.D. Sharp
Through a billion miles of cosmic space I searched for Velna’s lost loveliness. And when the all-seeing eye of my ampliscope at last found her — twenty irreducible light years still intervened!
The Second Moon — Dynamic Science Novelette
by R.R. Winterbotham
Orson Welles’ radio presentation of H.G. Wells’ “War of the Worlds” could never have frozen our nation with sheer terror — had America, on that historic night of October 30, 1938, known Roger Sage!
The Weather Adjudicator — Exciting Short Story Of Days To Come
by Stanton Coblentz
With unprecedented scientific daring Dictator Strumpf sought to regiment an entire nation’s climate. And his dream would have become fact, had not those giant thermostatic controls created a ghastly social crisis!
Vast Beyond Concept — Exciting Short Story Of Days To Come
by Hal Remson
What were the dark nebulae, the so-called “sink-holes” in space — masses so vast that even light was warped back? And had those four desperate earth-creatures at last found in them the one thousand million millionth fragment of the universe adapted to life as they knew it?
A Sensational Article
Atlantropa — The Improved Continent
by Willy Ley
A sensational scientific solution for land-grabbing, war-crazy Europe!
Under the Lens
Excursion to Possibility
Conducted by Donald Dale
What’s Your Question?
What’s Your Answer?
This Month’s Cover:
S-f fans clamored for a cover by Paul, and we brought him back to science fiction, after several years’ absence, to do the November MARVEL cover. More recently we’ve been receiving insistent demands for a cover by s-f’s favorite black-and-white artist — and we engaged the inimitable Wesso to depict a thrilling scene from Jack Williamson’s book-length novel, “After World’s End.”