"A most impressive example of understatement--in science fiction ... keeps the major components of the story within the bounds of the human. Quite an accomplishment in view of the cosmic nature of the plot!" that's how Galaxy Magazine describes the dazzling cosmic science fiction of pulp master Edmond Hamilton. A husband and wife find themselves at odds with each other when they become the center of a whirlpool of galactic intrigue in this top-of-form and very adroit novel containing Hamilton's ... more info>>
The Science Fantasy Classic! Out of print for more than a quarter of a century! An American pilot unleashes Ragnarok. He flew over the rainbow--but not to Oz! "Memorable!"--The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. The author of The Star Kings returns! In A Yank at Valhalla, the author's euphonious protagonist, a war-weary aircraft pilot on a scientific expedition in the Artic, helps discover a strangely shaped gold cylinder covered with runic symbols. Flying it back to the mainland he soon finds his... more info>>
A Never-Reprinted Pulp Classic! Written during the darkest days of WWII, this thundering novel of a super-scientific secret tended by a mysterious tribe in the remote fastness of the jungle sought for by both sides in the conflict with its color and strong mood setting could only have been penned the king of pulp SF, Edmond Hamilton! From the author of the Star Kings and the Sun Smasher comes this tale of the legendary Flame of Life that made those who bathed in its fires invulnerable and immort... more info>>
Young Stephen Drew, Martian,. Crosses Space to Visit an Earth He Has Never Seen--and Finds that His Destination Proves the Planet of the Double Cross! Follow the Adventures of an Earthman Who Views a Futuristic World of Wonder--and Longs for Mars! Stephen Drew is his Earth name, but Young Stephen Drew Crosses Space to Visit an Earth He Has Never Seen--and Finds that His Destination Proves the Planet of the Double Cross! Follow the Adventures of an Earthman Who Views a Futuristic World of Wonder-... more info>>
The City at World's End finds the pleasant little American city of Middletown victim to the first punch of an atomic war, a super--hydrogen bomb which explodes thousand yards above the city. Instead of blowing Middletown to smithereens, the blast blows it right off the map--to somewhere else. First there is the new thin coldness of the air, the blazing corona and dullness of the sun, the visibility of the stars in high daylight. Then comes the inhabitants' terrifying discovery that Middletown is... more info>>
With the coming of the Nazi invaders, war came once again to the gods; who loved to fight. But how could they know which was the right side? Should they fight Nazis? Edmond Hamilton, a fan favorite, wrote exciting fantastic stories. Gods enlisted against Nazis, journeys into the past, men with wings, gateways in time, mythology are just some of the subjects of these enchanting stories that were first published in the 1930s and 40s.
The science of the future appeared to be magic to Jean de Marselait, Inquisitor Extraordinary of the King of France. A science fiction classic from the pages of Amazing Stories magazine, originally published in October, 1930.
The Last Never-Reprinted Star Kings Story. Here is the only Star Kings novella not in the giant Stark and the Star Kings omnibus--the story of how the Outer Marches of the galaxy gained its recognition as a legitimate Star Kingdom. Hugh Mason gambles his life when he impersonates a famous galactic outlaw to escape the wrath of the King of Orion. Certain death faces him if his masquerade is discovered as he ventures into the outlaw-infested Outer Marches. Yet if he doesn't go the galaxy itself wi... more info>>
Romance and Thrilling Space Opera! She was Lianna, ruler of the Kingdom of Fomalhaut. He was Zarth Arn, prince of the Mid-Galactic Empire, scion of the ruling house of Star Kings. Only these two stood between peace and a war of galactic conquest. And one of them was an impostor. The Star Kings is the supreme work by the master of romantic space opera, Edmond Hamilton. John Gordon, a war vet restless in the humdrum of an office job, is offered a chance for adventure when he is contacted via dream... more info>>
Only This Uncrowned King Could Stop The Ultimate Weapon! "Poetic, moody, polished, genuinely sensitive!" says sf writer and critic James Gunn about the work of the grandmaster of space opera, Edmond Hamilton, who penned this haunting, lost classic of a man who found the stars too big a fit. When Neil Banning tries to visit his hometown, he discovers he needs a spaceship to get there. "It can't be true! It must be some kind of hoax!"' These are the words that go spinning through Neil Banning's mi... more info>>
Their D'Artagnan Was A Woman! In this classic space opera, when Haskell Trask, tyrant of the League of Cold Worlds (Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune), seeks to conquer the democratic Alliance of Inner Worlds, freedom's last hope lies the outlaw trio known as the Three Planeteers. Secretly agents of the Alliance, the Planeteers--Sual Ave of Venus, Gunner Welk of Mercury, and John Thorn of Earth--learn that Trask possesses a terrible new weapon powerful enough to defeat the space navies of the inner world... more info>>
SF Classic of Lost Valleys. Intelligent Animals and Alien Intervention. In The Valley of Creation, where Eric Nelson is one of a desperate band of soldiers-of-fortune who have fought on the loosing side in a war and eagerly take on a mysterious assignment deep in the borderlands of Tibet. There, in a legendary valley, Shan Kar, the man who has hired them, tells Nelson and the other mercenaries that their weapons are humankind's last ditch defense against the valley's intelligent animals, who pla... more info>>
This volume collects two short novels by Edmond Hamilton: "The Stars, My Brothers" (originally published in "Amazing Stories," May 1962) and "The Monsters of Juntonheim" (originally published in "Startling Stories," January 1941).