Title: THRILLING WONDER Stories: September, Sept. ...
Publisher: Better Publications, NY
Publication Date: 1940
Book Condition: Very Good
Vol. XVII, No. 3. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Mort Weisinger.] Cover art by Bergey for "The Stolen Spectrum" by Oscar J. Friend. Includes "West Point of Tomorrow" (complete novel) by Arthur J. Burks; "The Tyrant of Mars" (novelet) by Frederick Arnold Kummer; "Formula for Life" (novelet) by Max C. Sheridan; "The Comedy of Eras" by Kelvin Kent (Henry Kuttner); "Prospectors of Space" by Malcolm Jameson; "The Vanishing Men" by Ray Cummings; "The Night the World Ended" by Edmond Hamilton. Special Features: "Science Quiz"; "Scientifacts" (article) by Mort Weisinger; "If-" (picture-story) by Jack Binder. Other Features and Departments: "Science Questions and Answers"; "Headliners in the Next Issue"; "Looking Forward - Science Fiction League News"; "The Readers Speaks"; "The Story Behind the Story". Illustrated by Morey, Wesso, Marchioni, and Paul. Tape at upper spine end; old price in pencil on cover; creasing; tanning; standard extremity wear. Bookseller Inventory # P41104
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