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Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction (1975) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction (1975) 1
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    • Label #1397068016
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    Cover by Kelly Freas and John Romita. "Slow Glass." 5 pages. Concept by Bob Shaw. Script by Tony Isabella. Pencils by Gene Colan. Inks by Tom Palmer. Framing sequence for stories in anthology. "Day of the Triffids." 15 pages. Part 1 of 2. Based on the book by John Wyndham. Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Ross Andru. Inks by Ernie Chua. After a meteor shower blinds almost everyone on Earth, giant mobile plants called Triffids attempt to finish off the human race. "A view from without." 8 pages. Story and art by Neal Adams. Humanitys propensity for war and self destruction is examined by an impartial alien observer. Interview with author Ray Bradbury. 10 pages. "Smash Gordon." 4 pages. Story and art by Frank Brunner. Flash Gordon spoof. "Savage world." 8 pages. Story by Wally Wood. Art by Al Williamson. An atomic bomb test leads to an encounter with a subterranean race. Interview with artist Kelly Freas. 4 pages. "Hey buddy, can you lend me a…." 5 pages. Story and art by Mike Kaluta. The last people on Earths fate rests on… a phone call. "Light of other days." 7 pages. Based on a story by Bob Shaw. Script by Tony Isabella. Pencils by Gene Colan. Inks by Mike Esposito. A substance called slow glass allows a couple to see the past. But there is no guarantee theyll enjoy what they see. 80 pages. B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #2
    Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction (1975) 2

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    Cover by Mike Kaluta. "Through a glass slowly." 5 pages. Story by Tony Isabella. Pencils by Frank Brunner. Inks by Klaus Janson. Framing sequence for stories in anthology. "War toy." 12 pages. Story by Tony Isabella. Pencils by George Perez. Inks by Rico Rival. The robot was created only for war. What is it to do when it has won all of its battles? Interview with author Alfred Bester. 5 pages. "Adam… and no Eve." 6 pages. From the story by Alfred Bester. Script by Denny ONeil. Pencils by Frank Robbins. Inks by Jim Mooney. An astronaut returns to an Earth that his ship is responsible for devastating. "The hunter and the hunted." 4 pages. Story and art by Mike Kaluta. Disaster in space leaves a child orphaned. Article on the history of the Hugo awards. 4 pages. "Specimen." 8 pages. Story and art by Bruce Jones. A pretty girl is captive on a spaceship. But who is the human, and who is the alien is not quite clear. "Day of the Triffids." 20 pages. Part 2 of 2. Based on the book by John Wyndham. Script by Gerry Conway. Art by Rico Rival. The final battle with the murderous Triffids for control of the planet Earth. 80 pages. B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #3
    Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction (1975) 3
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    • Label #1397071001

    Cover by Mike Whelan. The Star Magi 6 pages. Story by Tony Isabella. Pencils by Gene Colan. Inks by Frank Chiaramonte. Framing sequence for stories in anthology. Occupation force. Adapted from the story by Frank Herbert. Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by George Perez. Inks by Klaus Janson. A gigantic space ship arrives on Earth with some stunning news about humanitys origin. Not long before the end. 15 pages. Adapted from the story by Larry Niven. Script by Doug Moench. Art by Vincente Alcazar. An aging wizard must continually renew the source of his magic. What happens when he finds out magic may be vanishing from the world altogether? Interview with author Frank Herbert. 7 pages. Gestation 7 pages. Story and art by Bruce Jones. An exploration team lands on a distant planet only to find the planet has a strange effect on them all. Article on the Science Fiction Writers of America. 4 pages. Repent Harlequin, said the Ticktockman. 17 pages. Adapted from the story by Harlan Ellison. Script by Roy Thomas. Art by Alex Nino. Can a free spirit survive in the ultimate structured society? And can he make it a little more like him. 80 pages. B & W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction (1975) 4
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    • Label #1397068015

    Cover by Frank Brunner. "An Official Inquiry" 6 pages. Story by Tony Isabella. Pencils by Don Heck. Inks by Frank Chiaramonte. Framing sequence for stories in anthology. "The Enchanted Village" 11 pages. Adapted from the story by A E Van Vogt. Script by Don and Maggie Thompson. Art by Dick Giordano. A crashed pilot on a hostile planet finds an alien sanctuary. But will the cost of survival be too high to pay? Interview with author A E Van Vogt. 6 pages. "A Vision of Venus" 5 pages. Adapted from the story by Otis Adelbert Kline. Script and art by Tim Conrad. A botanist on Venus finds love in the strangest places. Science Fiction news column by Don and Maggie Thompson 3 pages. "Good News from the Vatican" 7 pages. Adapted from the story by Robert Silverberg. Script by Gerry Conway. Art by Ading Gonzales. In the future, can even a robot be pope? "Encounter at War" 14 pages. Story by Jan Strnad. Art by Rich Corben. Trapped in an alien prison, a soldier must decide if he can save his captain, or just himself. "Kick the Can" 8 pages. Story and art by Bruce Jones. Parallels are drawn between a childs game and a life or death struggle between two former friends. 80 pages. B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #5
    Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction (1975) 5
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    • Label #1396952022

    Cover by Puigdomenech. "Smash" 3 pages. Story by Roy Thomas. Pencils by Gene Colan. Inks by Frank Chiaramonte. Framing sequence for stories in anthology. "Paradise Found" 14 pages. Story by Bruce Jones. Art by Gray Morrow. Colonists on a far off world discover it may not really be a good idea to get too friendly with the natives. Interview with author Larry Niven. 6 pages. "All the Myriad Ways" 10 pages. Adapted from the story by Larry Niven. Script and art by Howard Chaykin. A policeman investigating suicides at a time travel company gets way too involved for his own good. Science fiction news column by Don and Maggie Thompson. 3 pages. "Addict" 9 pages. Story by Don Glut. Art by Virgilio Redondo. In the future, you can buy tapes of someone elses dreams. Too bad you can also become addicted to them. "Half Life" 10 pages. Story and art by John Allison. Even in outer space, evil men cannot escape the revenge of their bad karma. 72 pages. B & W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #6
    Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction (1975) 6

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    Cover by Frank Brunner. "One giant Leap for Mankind" 3 pages. Story by Roy Thomas. Pencils by Gene Colan. Inks by Dan Adkins. Framing sequence for stories in anthology. "Behold the Man" 23 pages. Adapted from the story by Michael Moorcock. Script by Doug Moench. Art by Alex Nino. A time traveler goes back to biblical times. The problem is, he may end up getting much closer to the crucifixion than he bargained for. Article by author Bob Shaw 4 pages. "Old Soldier" 7 pages. Story and art by Bruce Jones. A space traveler is aging much quicker than his young family. Can he still find a way to make a life with them? "Mind Games" 10 pages. Story and art by John Allison. In the future, hallucinogenic drugs will be a weapon of war. And some soldiers may prefer it to the reality. "Visitation" 10 pages. Story by Don Glut. Art by Reuben Yandoc. A witch burning is interrupted by an alien spaceship. Further investigation of the aliens just goes to show that people are alike all over. 72 pages. B&W. Cover price $1.00.