Fantasy Book No 1 Pulp Fiction Movie
Fantasy Book No 1 Comic Book Movie
Title | Fantasy Book No 1 | Publisher Fantasy Publishing Company, Inc. | Date: July 1949 | Lang: English
Notes Cover art not credited. Copyright date 1949, but the publication date not stated; July 1949 indicated in Tuck. "Songs of the Spaceways" (p. 22) is a poetry department edited by Lilith Lorraine (misspelled in this issue as "Lillith Lorraine"). In this issue Lorraine didn't contribute any material beyond selecting the two poems appearing on page 22. "Empire of Dust" by Basil Wells starts on page 23, but the table of contents incorrectly lists 26 as the first page.
Page: 4 Battle of Wizards - by L. Ron Hubbard
Page: 14 The Albino Canary - by Hal Moore
Page: 19 Timeless - by Edsel Ford
Page: 22 Return of the Hero - poem by Evelyn Thorne
Page: 22 The Evil Star - poem by Enola Chamberlin
Page: 23 Empire of Dust - by Basil Wells
Page: 42 Black Goldfish (Part 2 of 2) - serial by John Taine
Page: 67 Crusader - by Gene Ellerman
Page: 77 Tongue of the Dragon - by Dale Hart
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