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Future World Comics (1946) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Future World Comics (1946) 1

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    Cover by Allen Ulmer. Stories and art by Seymour Pearlstein, Chu Hing, Allen Ulmer, Larz Bourne, Ben Thompson, H. S. Camp and Alvin Hollingsworth. Factual comics and fictional involving the frontiers of science and technology. Nonfiction features on then-new technologies, alternating with kids' adventure stories using the same tech. This issue features electrical fuses, radar, and atomic energy. What in the Future World; What's the Future Fuze?; Mercy Flight; How the Proximity Fuze Works; Jack Boyd and the Radar Rescue; Let's Look at Radar's Future; It's Patented!; How Radar Works; Bill Cosmo and the Plutonium Pile!; How Atomic Energy Works; They Did the Impossible; Your Future Needs the Army and the Army Needs You; Where is Atomic Energy Going? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Future World Comics (1946) 2

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    Fall, 1946. Stories include "Mel Mason and the Secret Message" (art by Thompson), "How Pulse-Time Modulation Works," "What in the FutureWorld" (one day there will be house numbers that glow in the dark! Newspaper vending machines! Machines at bowling alleys to re-set the pins automatically! Small radios that use circuits instead of wiring!), "Jack Boyd and the Sunken Treasure," "How Sonar Works," "Spark Rogers and the Trapped Train Robbers," and "How Inductive Radio Works." H.C. Kiefer cover. Cover price $0.10.