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Weird Tales of the Future 03 - Sept 1953 - c2c
Prime Basil Wolverton x3--along with a magnificent cover-- PLUS a blatant Ming The Merciless swipe and a Tony Mortellaro-drawn story where the characters increasingly look like macrocephalic bobble-head dolls (and no, that's not part of the narrative).

26-April-2014 3:14 am
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Username: freddyfly
Comment: lower-quality Canadian printing
26-April-2014 11:16 am
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Username: SCOTT
Comment: Never thought I would get to see an original copy of this one.....it's a relic but a very welcome relic, thanks SteveD!!
26-April-2014 3:44 pm
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Username: SteveD
Comment: And yet, FF, the absurdly misregistered printing overall adds to the overall surreality of even a pedestrian effort like "Slave Pits Of Uranus." On the one hand, the fact that a company like Morse's was (even if unconsciously, in their efforts to scrabble any available dollar from the funnybook reading public) publishing gems like "Nightmare World" and "Jumpin' Jupiter" makes them all the more notable, on the other hand, and nevertheless, the majority of the output from companies like Morse's are indicative of the overwhelming idea that most of these firms felt they were doing nothing more than printing poop on toilet paper, as down and dirty as the presses would permit. And still we sift, skimming gold from the dross...
 
 

Issue: #3
Published: September 1952, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Harry Kantor
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Basil Wolverton (signed) | Inks: Basil Wolverton (signed)
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (7 pages) The Monster on Mars
Credits: Pencils: Basil Wolverton | Inks: Basil Wolverton
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (6 pages) The Slave Pits of Uranus
Credits: Pencils: Ed Smalle [as EJS] | Inks: Ed Smalle [as EJS]
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (4 pages) "Hey! There's something wrong here! How come I come out with so many legs?"
Featuring: Jumpin' Jupiter
Credits: Script: Basil Wolverton | Pencils: Basil Wolverton | Inks: Basil Wolverton
Genre: Humor Science Fiction

Text Story (2 pages) Frontiers of Tomorrow
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (6 pages) The Desert Castle
Credits: Pencils: Tony Mortellaro | Inks: Tony Mortellaro
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (4 pages) Nightmare World
Credits: Script: Basil Wolverton (signed) | Pencils: Basil Wolverton (signed) | Inks: Basil Wolverton (signed)
Genre: Horror-suspense

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