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Astounding By Nathan Raymond Orton
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"i am a lost and found twenty-something living in los angeles. this is my messy life. it is full of rainbow monsters, glittery apsirations, sweaty hockey studs, drugged out parties all swirled... More > with pain, excitement and love."< Less
Astounding By Nathan Raymond Orton
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"i am a lost and found twenty-something living in los angeles. this is my messy life. it is full of rainbow monsters, glittery apsirations, sweaty hockey studs, drugged out parties all swirled... More > with pain, excitement and love."< Less
Astonishing Astoundments !!! By Xtian
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A comic drawn entirely at work. My aim was two-fold: to fill a whole notebook, and to make th Maharishi Walnut giggle. I had no idea where the story was going, I made it up page-by-page. The only... More > limit was the imagination, and it went places... So behold! A whale in a "sweet zombie costume", the Nightmare Bunny, a robot obsessed with NKOTB, some guy in a loincloth, the Siberian hideout of you-know-who (not Voldemort) and an attack of pre-historic facial hair - it's ASTONISHING ASTOUNDMENTS !!!< Less
Fundamental & Astounding By Robert O'Brian
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FUNDAMENTAL & ASTOUNDING chronicles the awakenings of Nick Favara, an idealistic, romantic, possibly naïve writer who falls under the spell of various wise women in an increasingly polarized... More > and combative America. Vacillating between the truth and self-serving lies; the law and lawlessness, Nick Favara loses his idealism, but gains something of much greater value.< Less
The Astounding Antagonists By Rafael Chandler
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A megalomaniacal inventor with an arsenal of lethal gadgets. A wisecracking cat burglar with nothing left to lose. A cryogenic drug lord who just wants a normal life. An extraterrestrial warrior... More > with a painful secret. A demonic psychopath with an ugly score to settle. THE MOST DANGEROUS VILLAINS ON EARTH They're the Astounding Antagonists, and they're about to pull off the perfect crime. There's just one catch: if they succeed, they might accidentally save the world. From the skyscrapers of Apex City to the gates of Hell itself, the Antagonists are pursued by violent superheroes. But as loyalties are tested and old hatreds are rekindled, the line between friend and foe begins to blur... "The writing in the book is superb... It's a beautiful thing when a writer can pull together humor, sadness, euphoria, and dismay all into one book, and Chandler does just that." (Fanboycomics.net) "It was poignant and it was epic and horrific and amazing." (Fangs For The Fantasy)< Less
Astounding Glimpses By Dan Delby
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Sixteen of author Dan Delby's best science fiction short stories in one volume! Prepare yourself to be taken on a journey to the farthest reaches of space, to other planets, and to alternate... More > universes, encountering danger and excitement at every turn!< Less
The Clayton Astounding: Invasion Earth! By G. W. Thomas
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The fourth volume in this series dedicated to the Astounding Stories of Super-Science, edited by Harry Bates between 1930-1933. Not the Golden Age Astounding of John W. Campbell but the fun,... More > BEM-filled Pulp of SF adventure. This volume is filled with tales of terrible invaders coming to Earth to enslave the human race. Featuring work by Charles W. Diffin, Nat Schachner, Lilith Lorraine, Hal K. Wells, Captain S. P. Meek, and A. T. Locke. With introductions and commentary by G. W. Thomas.< Less
The Clayton Astounding: Planetoids of Peril By G. W. Thomas
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The third volume in this series dedicated to the Astounding Stories of Super-Science, edited by Harry Bates between 1930-1933. Not the Golden Age Astounding of John W. Campbell but the fun,... More > BEM-filled Pulp of SF adventure. This volume is filled with tales of planets and moons covered with alien monsters and terrible chills. featuring work by Anthony Pelcher, Sewell Peaslee Wright, Edmond Hamilton, Charles W. Diffin, Paul Ernst and Robert H. Wilson. With introductions and commentary by G. W. Thomas.< Less
The Clayton Astounding: Vagabonds of Space By G. W. Thomas
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The first in a series of reprints from the classic SF of the early 1930s. Before John W. Campbell's "Golden Age" (beginning in 1938) editor Harry Bates created an SF Pulp that was meant to... More > entertain with stories of adventure and action in outer space and on far planets. This magazine has become known as "The Clayton Astounding" to delineate it from later incarnations. The first volume, VAGABONDS OF SPACE, represents the best Space Opera from the magazine's first run of 1930-1933. Features stories by Harl Vincent, Edmond Hamilton, Anthony Gilmore, Sewell Peaslee Wright, Nat Schachner, Edwin K. Sloat and Jack Williamson. Each author is introduced with commentary by G. W. Thomas.< Less
Astounding Stories, July, 1931 By Various
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Hiram Gilmore "Harry" Bates III (October 9, 1900... More > – September 1981) was an American science fiction editor and writer. His short story "Farewell to the Master" (1940) was the basis of the well-known science fiction movie The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951).Harry Bates was born Hiram Gilmore Bates III on October 9, 1900 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He began working for William Clayton in the 1920s as the editor of adventure pulp magazines. When Clayton proposed a period adventure magazine, Bates suggested several alternatives that he said would be easier to edit, and Astounding Science Fiction was the result. Bates, who was not a fan of science fiction, edited the magazine from its inception in January 1930 until March 1933, when Clayton went bankrupt and the magazine was sold to Street and Smith. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Bates_(author)< Less