OPUS#184 Quest in Time, The

OPUS: #184
Title: The Quest in Time
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1942
Type: novella
“She lay in the coffin as one dead; and around her moved the wraiths of dead Cortez and Monterume”–TOC
“There before Nick Clark lay the body of Kay Madison; was she dead, or had she really gone 400 years into Mexico’s past?”

Publications:

  • Fantastic Adventures, Vol. 4, no. 6, June 1942, (Jun 1942, ed. Raymond A. Palmer, publ. Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, $0.25, 244pp, Pulp, magazine) Cover: Malcolm Smith; Illust : Jay Jackson
  • Science Fantasy, Winter 1971, (1971, ed. uncredited, publ. Ultimate Publishing Co., Inc., $0.60, 132pp, digest, magazine)

Reviews:

  • Gallagher, Edward J., The Annotated Guide to Fantastic Adventures, Starmont House, 1985, p. 32. “A Scientist has invented a way of separating the mind from the body and sending it back in time where it can attach itself to and dominate another body. The scientist’s associate talks the scientist into sending him back to look for Montezuma’s treasure, which they will then use for further scientific research. When he doesn’t return, the scientist’s daughter and her fiance follow him and learn that as an Inca prince he is trying to learn the secret of the treasure for his own selfish purposes.”

ebook: https://comicbookplus.com/?dlid=32174

OPUS#183 Comet Kings, The [CF#11]

OPUS: #183
Title: The Comet Kings
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1969
Type: Novel
Series: Captain Future
Series Number: 11
“Trapped in the Depths of Halley’s Comet, the Futuremen Battle Fourth-Dimensional Monsters in a Titanic Struggle to Save the System’s Solar Energy!”

Publications:

  • Captain Future, Vol. 4, no. 2, Summer 1942, (Jul 1942, ed. Oscar J. Friend, publ. Better Publications, Inc., $0.15, 132pp, Pulp, magazine), Cover: Belarski ; Illust: Wesso
  • The Comet Kings, (1969, Edmond Hamilton, publ. Popular Library, #60-2407, $0.60, 127pp, pb) Cover: Herbert J. Bruck
  • Captain Future, Summer 1942, (May 2008, ed. Oscar J. Friend, publ. Adventure House, 1-59798-174-5, $14.95, 128pp, tp, anth) Cover: Earle Bergey

OPUS#182 Treasure on Thunder Moon

OPUS: #182
Title: Treasure on Thunder Moon
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1942
Type: novella
“Thunder Moon was the Hell of the solar system, and these men had to brave it in a condemned wreck”-TOC
“It’s hell to be told 37 is too old to fly the void when you know where a great treasure lies”
「現役を退いた久しい元宇宙探検家たちが、火山と溶岩の衛星、天王星のオベロンへ、太陽系稀鉱石のLeviumを探しに出かける話。活劇ではあるが、かなりしんみりした展開で、なかなか良い味だ」-岡田正也『SF雑誌99の謎』(ネオ・ベム 2014)
Publications:

  • Amazing Stories, Vol. 16, no. 4, April 1942, (Apr 1942, ed. Raymond A. Palmer, publ. Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, $0.25, 276pp, Pulp, magazine) Cover: Robert Fuqua; Illust: Malcom Smith
  • Treasure on Thunder Moon / Trail of the Astrogar Jan 2013 ed. Edmond Hamilton, Henry Hasse Armchair Fiction (Armchair Fiction Double Novel #86) 978-1-61287-134-9, $12.95, 200 tp, anth

ebook: https://archive.org/details/Amazing_Stories_v16n04_1942-04_cape1736_

OPUS#181 Outlaws of the Moon [CF#10]

OPUS: #181
Title: Outlaws of the Moon
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1969
Type: Novel
Series: Captain Future
Series Number: 10
“Curt Newton Leads His Valiant Band of Futuremen in the Thrilling Campaign to Preserve a Priceless Lunar Heritage!”–TOC
“Curt Newton Leads His Valiant Band of Futuremen in the Thrilling Fight to Preserve a Priceless Lunar Heritage! Follow the World’s Greatest Space-Farer, Captain Future, as He Embarks on the Most Perilous Exploits of His Career”–TOC

Publications:

  • Captain Future, Vol. 4, no. 1, Spring 1942, (Apr 1942, ed. Oscar J. Friend, publ. Better Publications, Inc., $0.15, 132pp, Pulp, magazine) Cover: Earle K. Bergey; Illust: Orban.
  • Outlaws of the Moon, (1969, Edmond Hamilton, publ. Popular Library, #60-2399, $0.60, 128pp, pb)

Review:

  • Vision of Tomorrow, no. 5, 1970 [Australian Sci-Fi magazine]

OPUS#180 Wacky World

OPUS: #180
Title: Wacky World
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1942
Type: short story
“If ever there was a more cockeyed world than Mars, these two explorers didn’t wat to see it!”-TOC
“Lester and Hoskins crossed the void and landed on the bleak and forbidding surface of the plenet Mars. But they found no welcome; rather, and incredibly and nightmarish population bent only upon – revenge!”
Publications:

  • Amazing Stories, Vol. 16, no. 3, March 1942, (Mar 1942, ed. Raymond A. Palmer, publ. Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, $0.25, 244pp, Pulp, magazine) Cover: Robert Fuqua; Illust: Rod Ruth
  • Amazing Stories, Vol. 30, no. 4, April 1956, (Apr 1956, ed. Howard Browne, publ. Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, $0.50, 260pp, Digest, magazine),  pp. 61-75, 83. Cover: Edward Valigursky
  • Science Fiction Adventure Classics, No. 8, Fall 1969, (1969, ed. uncredited, publ. Ultimate Publishing Co., Inc., $0.50, 132pp, Digest, magazine), pp. 16-31. Cover: Frank R. Paul

ebook: https://archive.org/details/Amazing_Stories_v16n03_1942-03_cape1736_

OPUS#179 Quest Beyond the Stars [CF#9]

OPUS: #179
Title: Quest Beyond the Stars
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1969
Type: Novel
Series: Captain Future
Series Number: 9
“Ride With Curt Newton, the World’s Greatest Space-Farer, and the Futurmen as They Leave the Known Star Trails to Penetrate the Source of Cosmic Rays, the Very Core of the Universe!”

Publications:

  • Captain Future, Vol. 3, no. 3, Winter 1942, (Jan 1942, ed. Oscar J. Friend, publ. Better Publications, Inc., $0.15, 132pp, Pulp, magazine), Cover: Bergey; Illust: Orban
  • Quest Beyond the Stars, (1969, Edmond Hamilton, publ. Popular Library, #60-2389, $0.60, 142pp, pb) Cover: Jeff Jones

Reviews:

  • Review by Ron Goulart (1969) in Venture Science Fiction Magazine, August 1969
  • Paskow, D.C., “Quest beyond the stars,” in: Luna Monthly, no. 1, June 1969, p. 31.

OPUS#178 Dreamer’s Worlds

OPUS: #178
Title: Dreamer’s Worlds
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1941
Type: novelette
“Swift Fantasy Novelet of a Dreamer and His Dream”
“Surely the world of Thar – its strange cities and enormous mountains, its turquoise seas, twin moons and crimson and crimson sun – is nothing but a dream? And yet…”
Publications:

  • Weird Tales, Vol. 36, no. 2, November 1941, (Nov 1941, ed. Dorothy McIlwraith, publ. Weird Tales, $0.15, 132pp, Pulp, magazine) Cover: Hannes Bok; Illust: Dolgov
  • What’s It Like Out There? and Other Stories, (1974, Edmond Hamilton, publ. Ace, #88065, $0.95, 320pp, pb, coll)

ebook: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Weird_Tales/Volume_36/Issue_2/Dreamer%27s_Worlds
ebook: https://archive.org/details/Weird_Tales_v36n02_1941-11

OPUS#177 Day of the Micro-Men

OPUS: #177
Title: Day of the Micro-Men
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1941
Type: short story
Publications:

  • Science Fiction, Vol. 2, no. 6, September 1941, (Sep 1941, ed. Robert W. Lowndes, publ. Columbia Publications, Inc., $0.15, 116pp, Pulp, magazine) Cover: Frank R. Paul; Illust: Doolin or Dolgov???
  • TO THE STARS-& BEYOND!, [1989] *not yet published

“Into the world of the microscopic – thence to the very stars; that was the fate of Gurth, who would sacrifice his all for the freedom of the Micro-Men!”–TOC
“To Gurth, the freedom of his race was the aim of his life – and he faces tortures unbearable to bring the Micro-Men into their own – until he finds the very Earth shrinking beneath him!”

OPUS#176 Lost World of Time, The [CF#8]

OPUS: #176
Title: The Lost World of Time
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1941
Type: short fiction
Series: Captain Future
Series Number: 8
“The Futuremen Race Into the Past to Answer a Cry for Help That Has Traveled Across a Hundred Million Years! Follow Captain Future as the Greatest Enigma of All Time Transports Him into the Forgotten Ages”–TOC
“The Futuremen Race Into the Past to Answer a Cry for Help That Has Traveled Across a Hundred Million Years!”

Publications:

  • Captain Future, Vol. 3, no. 2, Fall 1941, (Oct 1941, ed. Oscar J. Friend, publ. Better Publications, Inc., $0.15, 132pp, Pulp, magazine) Cover: George Rozen or Bergey?; Illust: Wesso
  • The Collected Captain Future Man of Tomorrow, Volume Two, (Dec 2010, Edmond Hamilton, publ. Haffner Press, 978-1-893887-40-4, $40.00, xx+707pp, hc, coll) Cover: Earle K. Bergey

OPUS#175 Son of Two Worlds

OPUS: #175
Title: Son of Two Worlds
Author: Edmond Hamilton
Year: 1941
Type: novella
Note: The Two Thousand Centuries
“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 as Earthman Who Views a Futuristic World of Wonder – and Longs for Another Sphere.”–TOC
“Young Stephen Drew crosses space to visit and Earth he has never seen – and finds that his destination proves the planet of the double cross!”

Publications:

  • Thrilling Wonder Stories, Vol. 21, no. 2, August 1941, (Aug 1941, ed. Oscar J. Friend, $0.15, 132pp, magazine) Cover: Rudolph Belarski; Illust: Finlay
  • 3 from Out There, (Mar 1959, ed. Leo Margulies, publ. Crest Books / Fawcett World Library, #s282, $0.35, 192pp, pb, anth) Cover: Richard Powers
  • 3 from Out There, (1959, ed. Leo Margulies, publ. Pyramid Books) ???
  • 3 from Out There, (Jun 1964, ed. Leo Margulies, publ. Panther, #1057, 3/6, 207pp, pb, anth)

ebook: https://archive.org/details/ThrillingWonderStoriesV20N03194108