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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 09, Ralph rated it it was amazing Shelves: pulp-fiction , scifi. After a three year absence, super science fiction hero Captain Future returns from a perilous journey to the Andromeda Galaxy. He and his three friends have brought back a survivor of an ancient war, a malevolent enemy of mankind. This is a kind of fiction very popular up through the mid twentieth century, but which is now passe.

That change is unfortunate because the stories are still fun to read. They still have the power to evoke a sense of wonder. For those who remember them, they will bring After a three year absence, super science fiction hero Captain Future returns from a perilous journey to the Andromeda Galaxy. For those who remember them, they will bring back a sense of nostalgia; for those to whom they are unfamiliar a universe of discovery awaits.

Nachdem ich den Anfang von Chapter 1 gelesen hatte, musste ich dieses Pulp-Heft haben: "There were four of them, and only one of them was a man. One had been a man once, but only his brain and mind still lived. One looked like a man, but was born of no woman. And one was mighty, and metal, and only rudely manlike. As the series progressed, Hamilton moved away from pinning the ongoing adventures to a particular time and focusing more on forming continuity, where stories built on one another.

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This allowed for a freedom of imagination, for Hamilton to tell stories without restrictions. That liberty of creativity translated to the covers of the Captain Future magazine, brilliant colors and eye-catching designs brought to life by three artists, including Earle K.

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