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Famous Fantastic Mysteries
PublisherFamous Fantastic Mysteries | Date: | Lang: English
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   By crashryan
Note the editor's matter-of-fact comment for "Venus or Earth:" "We hear much more about...Mars than...Venus, even though the latter is as habitable and closer to Earth." Growing up in the 50s we were all convinced the Venusian clouds hid prehistoric swamps and other neat stuff. How wrong we were.
   By pacortner
Wrong?!? What do you mean, wrong?!
 
Additional Information
 
PublicationApril 1941 | Price: $0.10 | Pages: 116 | Cover Artist: Virgil Finlay
PublisherThe Frank A. Munsey Company | Editor : Mary Gnaedinger
Notes Feb. 1941←Apr. 1941→Jun. 1941
Vol. III, No. 1.
The editor is not credited but Day and Ashley credit Gnaedinger
 
Page: 6Claimed (Complete Novel) - serial by Francis Stevens
Page: 7Claimed (Complete Novel) - interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
 
Page: 27Claimed (Complete Novel) [2] - interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
 
Page: 45Claimed (Complete Novel) [3] - interior artwork by Virgil Finlay
 
Page: 72Venus or Earth? - by Will McMorrow
Page: 73Venus or Earth? - interior artwork by Paul
 
Page: 99Nyaghoggua - poem by Robert W. Lowndes
 
Page: 100The Editors' Page: Important Notice - essay by The Editors
 
Page: 101Evolution - poem by Langdon Smith
 
Page: 104The Readers' Viewpoint (Famous Fantastic Mysteries, April 1941) - essay by uncredited
 
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