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The Uncharted Planet first glance, I thought this was some sort of Star Trek ship, but this predates Star Trek by a few years. Sci Fi Novels, Sci Fi Books, Comic Books, Science Fiction Books, Pulp Fiction, Fiction Novels, Book Cover Art, Book Covers, Pulp Magazine

The Uncharted Planet 1962

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Triad / Panther Books, Cover art by James Marsh. Book Cover Art, Book Cover Design, Book Design, Book Art, Book Covers, Fantasy Books, Sci Fi Fantasy, Science Fiction Books, Fiction Novels

'The Crystal World' by J G Ballard

Triad / Panther Books, 1985. Cover art by James Marsh.

martinlkennedy: “ Giant robots with human brains fight the demon’s wars. I love that byline. As usual, the promise of these old pulp fiction books is more exciting than the reality. Best Book Covers, Book Cover Art, Book Cover Design, Book Art, Pulp Fiction Book, Horror Fiction, Science Fiction Books, Fiction Novels, Sci Fi Books

Ragged Claws Network

"This day's experience, set in order, none of it left ragged or lying about, all of it gathered in like treasure and finished with, set aside." --Alice Munro, "What is Remembered"

Postmarked the Stars by Andre Norton - 1971 Ace Books Pulp Fiction Book, Science Fiction Books, Fiction Novels, Ace Books, Cool Books, Fantasy Book Covers, Fantasy Books, Classic Sci Fi Books, Jeff Jones

Postmarked the Stars

Author: Andre Norton Publisher: Ace 67556 Year: 1969 Print: 1 Cover Price: $1.25 Condition: Very Good Plus Genre: Science Fiction

olde-paperbacks: “the castaway from utopia ” Alien Planet by Fletcher Pratt (Ace Books, Cover artist: Ed Emshwiller Pulp Fiction Kunst, Science Fiction Kunst, Science Fiction Magazines, Books Art, Ace Books, Vintage Book Covers, Comic Book Covers, Comic Books, Ufo

Alien Planet - 10x15 Giclée Canvas Print of a Vintage Pulp Paperback Cover

This is a 10" x 15" giclée canvas print stretched on a 5/8" wooden stretcher bar and finished with a clear satin polyacrylic varnish to prevent surface scuffing. It is a reproduction of a cover of a vintage paperback from my personal collection. For examples of completed canvases, see the additional photo.Watermark on web image only.Canvases are custom made to order, so please allow 2 - 3 weeks for delivery.I’m always adding to my collection, so please check the Cheeseboy Products page often…

by Barrington J. Cover art by Bob Layzell. "Robots have no soul, everyone knows that, but Jasperodus cannot accept it: either he is a human at heart or there's a disastrous fault in his programming. Fantasy Books, Sci Fi Fantasy, Classic Sci Fi Books, 70s Sci Fi Art, Science Fiction Books, Fiction Novels, Star Images, Retro Futurism, Book Art

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There's a huge market out there for golden age science fiction. One such book is Clifford D. Simak's Time is the Simplest Thing. Pulp Fiction Book, Science Fiction Books, Classic Sci Fi Books, Richard Powers, 70s Sci Fi Art, Sci Fi Novels, Sci Fi Fantasy, Fantasy Books, Comic Book Covers

Time is the Simplest Thing

Author: Clifford D. Simak Publisher: Crest s547 Year: 1961 Print: 2 Cover Price: $0.50 Condition: Near Fine Small scrape on back cover Genre: Science Fiction

 Ace Books Cover art by Paul Alexander. Fantasy Book Covers, Book Cover Art, Comic Book Covers, Fantasy Books, Book Art, Fantasy Art, Science Fiction Magazines, Pulp Fiction Book, Comics Vintage

Prodigal Son: Reading Science Fiction

Part Eighteen I’ve been eating up science fiction since I was a wee lad. Give me laser blasters, space ships, giant alien lizards, and hot ladies (yes, the green ones too) in jumpsuits and I’m there. Serious stuff, silly stuff, heroic stuff, and sleazy stuff. I love it. Not to say I’ll read anything. Considering I’ve read several Star Trek novels, enjoyed the heck out of the Aliens/Predator books, and love Warhammer 40,000 stuff far more than it deserves (and much more than I enjoy the…