Startling Stories - Winter 2011
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- Publication Date:March 21, 2011
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STARTLING STORIES – Winter 2011... This issue brings you even more of the great stories from the Golden Age of Science Fiction, as well as newer stories by some of today's top writers! “The Black Star Passes” by John W. Campbell, Jr. is a true masterpiece, and “The Jameson Satellite” by Neil R. Jones, which may not be as familiar to many, is also a true classic that many readers remember fondly. “Asru, Willik and the Wolf” by Gerald W. Page and “Time is of the Essence” by K.G. McAbee are also featured in this issue, along with Ron Wilber's wonderful “Saucy Blaine” comic, which will be ending it's run soon. We will be sad when it departs these pages, but Mr. Wilber has decided to focus on other features. I know we'll all miss Saucy and Zeech! And we top off this issue with a Retro-Review look back at the Batman movie films in a great feature by Chris Carney. And if the cover looks familiar, it's because it's one of the best from the “original” Startling Stories (Sept. 1950) by Earle K. Bergey, and in keeping with our tradition of mixing the old with the new, we are pleased to present it to readers who may not have that particular issue in their collection. Read and Enjoy!
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