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The Man The Face The Voice by Elizabeth Messina
Amazing Stories is a science fiction, horror, and fantasy anthology series created by the talented Steven Spielberg, with each episode serving as one individual story. Amazing Stories was nominated for twelve Emmy Awards, of which the ...
by Michael Ashley
Wertenbaker then added a word of warning: The danger that may lie before Amazing Stories is that of becoming too scientific and not sufficiently literary. It is yet too early to be sure, but not too early for a warning to be issued amicably and ...
by George Mann
Historically, Amazing Stories is perhaps the most important SF magazine ever to be published. This is not because of any particular aspect of the magazine's format, or indeedanyof thestories that it contained, but simplybecause itwas the first ...
by Ronald Story
In fact, of the dozen or so science fiction magazines then beingsold on the newsstands, Amazing Stories easilyranks asthe very worst of the lot.Its competitors, such as Startling Stories, Thrilling Wonder Stories, Planet Stories and the venerable ...
by T.J. Carty
Thornton Ayre (used in the following magazines: Amazing Stories; Astounding Science Fiction; Fantastic Adventures; Future Fiction; ...
by Joan Shelley Rubin, Paul S. Boyer, Professor Scott E. Casper
Although more devoted to popular science and formula plots than to works of literary merit, Amazing Stories was an immediate success and spawned numerous imitations. Gernsback left the magazine in 1929, but it continued, under various ...
by Marcel Danesi
Titles of the early pulp magazines included: Dime Detective, Planet Stories, Adventure, Black Mask, Starfling Stories, Flying Aces, Amazing Stories, Black Mask, Spicy Detective, Horror Stories, Unknown and Weird Tales, Marvel Tales, Oriental ...
Hugo Gernsback founded Amazing Stories in 1926, beginning the first magazine dedicated to “scientifiction,” while Weird Tales began to publish writers like H. P. Lovecraft, an acolyte of Poe's, who wrote tales of “cosmic horror,” and Robert E.
Supernatural and Science Fiction Elements in Novels, Pulps, Comics, Films, Television and Games, 2d ed. by Paul Green
In December 1932, Hugo Gernsback, the creator of the first science fiction magazine, Amazing Stories, wrote an editorial for Wonder Stories titled “ Reasonableness in Science Fiction.” When science fiction first came into being, it was taken ...
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Imagining The Future
Futurism gained tremendously in popularity over the 20th century. Ninteenth-century writings on the future were often learned essays on utopia that reached limited audiences. In the 20th century, the popular media, such as movies, radio, television, magazines, and advertising, discovered the future's entertainment interest. Americans craved the latest futurist dramas, which generally featured heroic men and fantastic technology. The media heightened popular interest -- and hence commercial appeal -- by masquerading these dramas as possible fact.
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