Startling Stories Vol. 7 No. 3 May 1942

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Cover art and Illistrations by Earle K. Bergey

Contents:

Cover Story:

Blood on the Sun by Hal K. Wells - The ancient brain destroyers prepare to use the bodies of mankind for their own sinister purposes and few are aware of the threatening menace!

Other Unusual Stories

Alla-Beg’s genii by Richard O. Lewis – a crooked magician plays with the wrong dimension.

Macrocosmic - by G.L. Maddocks - Jim Hughes is resurrected from an atom and a drop of water.

The Making of Misty Isle by Stephen A. Coblentz - An outstanding classic from Scientifiction’s Hall of Fame.

Special Features:

The Ether Vibrates – Announcements and letters

Thrills in Science by Oscar J. Friend

Science Question Box – Answers to queries

Review of Fan Publications – Sergeant Saturn

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