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Interview with Julian of Yes Anime.

In this interview I talk with Julian of Yes Anime. Inc. which is a major distribution company that specializes in Anime, Comics, Movies, Hobby & Pop Culture, Action Figures, Plush Toys, and much much more!! Also in this show we discuss Play Imaginative’s upcoming Super Alloy Iron Man Collectible Figures from the hit Marvel movie Iron Man 3!

Was just recently introduced to this incredible science fiction artwork book!!!
Its an A2 sized book, so it is quite large. 
It’s called Science Fiction Art - “The Fantasies of SF”, and it is compiled and introduced by Brian Aldiss, First President of the British Science Fiction Association; Ditmar Award 1969 for Best Contemporary Writer of Science Fiction.


The book covers science fiction art from 1926 to the 1970’s.
Published in 1975 by New English Library.


It has 115 illustrations in full color, plus 173 in black and white.


The contents are-

THE ARTISTS’GALLERY

GREAT COMIC STRIPS; “Themes in science fiction”

DELIGHTFUL DOOMSDAYS; “Catastrophes”

VACUUM-BUSTERS; “Spaceships”

BEYOND THE BEYOND; “Distant planets”

HERE BE MONSTERS; “Alien life”

SPIRES AND SEWERS; “Future cities”

INTERPLANETARY PETS; “Girls in science fiction”

HANDS WITHOUT HEADS; “Great machines”

MEN OF METAL; “Robots”

IDEAS IN ACTION; “Two SF ideas develop”

THE MAGAZINE GALLERY

INDEX OF ARTISTS, INDEX OF MAGAZINES

Was just recently introduced to this incredible science fiction artwork book!!!
Its an A2 sized book, so it is quite large. 
It’s called Science Fiction Art - “The Fantasies of SF”, and it is compiled and introduced by Brian Aldiss, First President of the British Science Fiction Association; Ditmar Award 1969 for Best Contemporary Writer of Science Fiction.


The book covers science fiction art from 1926 to the 1970’s.
Published in 1975 by New English Library.


It has 115 illustrations in full color, plus 173 in black and white.


The contents are-

THE ARTISTS’GALLERY

GREAT COMIC STRIPS; “Themes in science fiction”

DELIGHTFUL DOOMSDAYS; “Catastrophes”

VACUUM-BUSTERS; “Spaceships”

BEYOND THE BEYOND; “Distant planets”

HERE BE MONSTERS; “Alien life”

SPIRES AND SEWERS; “Future cities”

INTERPLANETARY PETS; “Girls in science fiction”

HANDS WITHOUT HEADS; “Great machines”

MEN OF METAL; “Robots”

IDEAS IN ACTION; “Two SF ideas develop”

THE MAGAZINE GALLERY

INDEX OF ARTISTS, INDEX OF MAGAZINES

hevelincollection:

Cover of Burroughs Bulletin #5, 1971. It’s a copy of the first and only issue of Amazing Stories Annual, June 1927, cover art by Frank Paul and edited by Hugo Gernsbeck. Gernsbeck got the rights for first printing of this Edgar Rice Burroughs’ novel and brought out it along with stories by A. Merritt, Austin Hall, and H. G. Wells. Not a bad first, last, or any issue!

hevelincollection:

Cover of Burroughs Bulletin #5, 1971. It’s a copy of the first and only issue of Amazing Stories Annual, June 1927, cover art by Frank Paul and edited by Hugo Gernsbeck. Gernsbeck got the rights for first printing of this Edgar Rice Burroughs’ novel and brought out it along with stories by A. Merritt, Austin Hall, and H. G. Wells. Not a bad first, last, or any issue!