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Fantastic November 1965 (Nov.)

by Leiber, Fritz / Bradbury, Ray / Laumer, Keith / De Camp, L. Sprague / Bloch, Robert / Wyndham,John / Sheckley, Robert

Condition: Fair

Ultimate Publishing Co., Inc., 1965. Volume 15 Number 2 in Fair condition. Cover art by Julian S. Krupa. Novel: Part One (of 3) of "Axe and Dragon" by Keith Laumer. Novelette: "The Eye of Tandyla" by L. Sprague de Camp. Short Stories: "Tomorrow and Tomorrow" by Ray Bradbury, "I'm Looking for 'Jeff'" by Fritz Leiber, "Wild Talents, Inc." by Robert Sheckley, "Tooth or Consequences" by Robert Bloch, and "Close Behind Him" by John Wyndham. Features: Editorial and Space Devastator. Water staining about 1/2 inch in near spine on back cover, previous owner last name stamp lightly on first page and on inside front cover, first half slightly water rippled. READING COPY ONLY!!. Digest Magazine. Fair. Periodical.
  • Bookseller: Massoglia Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: M13498
  • Title: Fantastic November 1965 (Nov.)
  • Author: Leiber, Fritz / Bradbury, Ray / Laumer, Keith / De Camp, L. Sprague / Bloch, Robert / Wyndham,John / Sheckley, Robert
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Fair
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Ultimate Publishing Co., Inc.
  • Date published: 1965
  • Keywords: Science Fiction Fantasy SciFi SF Digest Magazine Periodical


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