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Various: Fantastic Adventures Sampler. V1. 26 Dec 2011
Fantastic Adventures was an American pulp science fiction magazine, published from 1939 to 1953 by Ziff-Davis. It was initially edited by Ray Palmer, who was also the editor of Amazing Stories, Ziff-Davis's other science fiction title. The first nine issues were in bedsheet format, but in June 1940 it switched to a standard pulp size. It was almost cancelled at the end of 1940, but the October 1940 issue had unexpectedly good sales, helped by a strong cover by J. Allen St. John for Robert Moore Williams' Jongor of Lost Land. By May 1941 the magazine was on a regular monthly schedule.
SKY IMP—CHESTER S. GEIER
They called Bob Lennox a coward when Von Thelm, ace of the Nazi Luftwaffe, ran him out of the skies. Then Bob found the way to make a friend out of his real foe!
THE CHALICE OF CIRCE—WILLARD HAWKINS
The Chalice was a symbol of beauty – but like its namesake, evil would plague the owner . . .
THE LUNAR POINT OF VIEW—S. M. TENNESHAW
SPAWN OF DARKNESS—CRAIG BROWNING
One moment he was in the center of a terrible battle, the next he had vanished from sight. Had the darkness claimed him?
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