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Steranko; Bruce Pelz; Isaac Asimov; C M Kornbluth
"Cover: "The Rebel" by Steranko."
|Description:||72 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm|
|Contents:||"Boston Blackie's Mary", "A prison strait-jacket, fully tightened, shuts off blood circulation throughout the body almost completely. For the first five minutes oppressed breathing is the only inconvenience felt. Then the stagnating blood commences to cause the most excruciating torture--a thousand pains as if white-hot needles are being passed through the flesh. The feet and limbs swell and turn black, irresistible weights seem to be crushing the brain ... ", by Jack Boyle, illustrated by D. Bruce Berry, 24.---"The reversible revolutions", "I need your help," said Miss McSweeney. 'It's a plot--a big one. A kind of revolution. You probably know more about them than I do, but this one seems to be the dirtiest trick that was ever contemplated.", by C.M. Kornbluth, writing as Cecil Corwin; illustrated by Glen Murakami, 8.---"A hot afternoon", "The man with the scar peered into the blazing Chihuahua sun at the empty street shimmering in the heat, his eyes returning again and again to the point where trail and horison met.", by John Staib, 23.---"The doll house", A short story by the creator of America's first graphic novel, by George Metzger, 18.---"True profession", by Bruce Pelz; illustrated by D. Bruce Berry, 14.---"Star empire", an Argosy discovery, In 1950 one of science fiction's greatest writers collaborated with one of SF's finest artists to create a science-fiction comic strip far in advance of its time ... ' by Isaac Asimov & Charles Schneeman, 70.---"Departments: page one".---"Letters to Argosy", 69.---"Coming attractions", 72.|