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INCREDIBLE compilation of 4 DVDs with the best issues and stories of the golden age of Science Fiction pulps including:
Amazing Stories (Best 17 Issues)
Amazing Stories was an American science fiction magazine launched in April 1926 by Hugo Gernsback's Experimenter Publishing. It was the first magazine devoted solely to science fiction. Before Amazing, science fiction stories had made regular appearances in other magazines, including some published by Gernsback, but Amazing helped define and launch a new genre of pulp fiction. Writers whose first story was published in the magazine include Isaac Asimov, Howard Fast, Ursula K. Le Guin, Roger Zelazny, and Thomas M. Disch. Overall, though, Amazing itself was rarely an influential magazine within the genre.
Astounding Stories (Best 26 Issues)
Initially published in 1930 in the United States, this is perhaps the most influential magazine in the history of the genre. It remains a fixture of the genre today. One of the major publications of what fans and historians call the Golden Age of Science Fiction and afterward, it has published much-reprinted work by such major SF authors as E.E. Smith, Theodore Sturgeon, Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, A. E. van Vogt, Lester del Rey, HP Lovecraft and many others.
Galaxy Science Fiction (best 104 issues+5 Novels)
Galaxy Science Fiction was an American digest-size science fiction magazine, published from 1950 to 1980. It rapidly became the leading science fiction magazine of its time, focusing on stories about social issues rather than technology. SF historian David Kyle ascribes Galaxy's influence specifically to Gold, saying that "of all the editors in and out of the post-war scene, the most influential beyond any doubt was H. L. Gold" and that the new direction he set led, "inevitably", to the New Wave, the celebrated science fiction literary movement of the 1960s.
Planet Stories (5 best issues)
Planet Stories was an American pulp science fiction magazine, published by Fiction House between 1939 and 1955. It featured interplanetary adventures, both in space and on other planets, and was initially focused on a young readership. Planet did not pay well enough to regularly attract the leading science fiction writers of the day, but did manage to obtain work from well-known names on occasion, including Isaac Asimov and Clifford Simak.
The two writers most identified with Planet Stories are Leigh Brackett and Ray Bradbury, both of whom set many of their stories on a romanticized version of Mars that owed much to the depiction of Barsoom in the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs. The artwork also emphasized attractive women, with scantily clad damsels in distress or alien princesses on almost every cover.
PLUS: Space Travel Science Fiction (3 best issues)
PLUS THE BEST ISSUES of the Following Magazines:Cosmic Stories (2 issues) Amazing Science Fiction Stories (2 issues), Fantastic Novels (1 issue), Fantastic Universe (1 ussue) , Fantastic Science fiction (2 issues), If Worlds of Science Fiction (1 issue), Out of this World Adventures (2 issues), Saturn The Magazine of Science Fiction (1 issue), Starling Stories (1 issue), Super Science Stories (1 issue), The Original Science Fiction Stories (1 issue), Tops in Science Fiction (1 issue), Unknow (1 issue), Wonder Stories (1 issue), Worlds of tomorrow (1 issue).
PLUS A SELECTION OF THE BEST 75 SCIENCE FICTION STORIES!
All suplied in 4 DVDs with high quality PDFs for easy viewing on PC, MAC or portable device such as Kindle, iPad or your favorite tablet. All the files are ordered and organised into folders.
All the DVDs will have a printed label (no sticky glue) and be placed in a plastic sleeve. The DVDs will be send in a secure packaging by 1st Class Royal Mail.
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