Madmen Of Mars
The First Murderer On The Moon
Governor Ramage R.N. Pope, Dudley Published by Simon & Schuster, NY (1973) Hardcover First Edition jacket Art Brad Holland
She had forgotten one thing about Zeke… Science Fiction Stories, May 1959
Grisa fought like a wildcat, trying to jab me with that hypo of sleep… Science Fiction Stories, May 1959
Dave gave the cop a shove into the Transmat… Science Fiction Stories, May 1959
The execs departed, leaving me with Carol Dwyer, who was supposed to start me off on my thirty-four weeks of uninterrupted pleasure… Science Fiction Stories, May 1959
Fire Mountain Spicy Adventure, July 1940
Once An Outlaw Spicy Adventure, July 1940
Woman From Mercury Spicy Adventure Stories, July 1940
The Goddess by Shannon-Maer
Any Fight Against Communism Is Our Fight!
Art by Alfonso Azpiri
Chris Achilleos Is that a swastica?
“Doug Henderson’s work is frequently distinguished by its expert use of elaborate foliage, so it’s interesting to see a piece like this, in which two drowned centrosaurs appear (at first glance) to be suspended in an ethereal void. There is a wonderful dreamlike quality here - we are strangers in this alien world, which belongs to the plesiosaur, itself heedless to the dramatic sight of the giant animals’ bodies drifting idly by above. Equally, there is a beautiful melancholy, as in so much of Henderson’s art” Marc Vincent on Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs
Original cover painting, frontispiece, and two spot illustrations by John Coleman Burroughs, the son of Edgar Rice Burroughs, for his father’s novel, The Synthetic Men of Mars, the ninth John Carter book, published by ERB, Inc. Publishers, 1940