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    Fantastic Adventures May 1939 (Ziff-Davis, 1939) Condition: FN+. This bedsheet format (8.5" x 11.25") pulp features a painted cover by Robert Fuqua of a man wrestling a robot by Robert Fuqua, the back cover has a picture of "The Man From Mars" by Frank R. Paul, while Julian Krupa contributed the many interior illustrations. The lead story is "The Invisible Robinhood" by Eando Binder (that's Earl and Otto Binder), other stories are by A Hyatt Verrill, Harl Vincent, and Ross Rocklynne. Oversize pulps like this are difficult to find in higher grades, but this copy is spectacular with it's rich cover colors and gloss, full unfaded spine, and supple cream to off-white pages. The Ultimate Guide to the Pulps VG value = $35. From the Collection of Chris Bell.

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    May, 2005
    18th-20th Wednesday-Friday
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