Science Fiction Classics last edited by fables87 on 10/29/18 04:44PM View full history

Science-Fiction Classics presents comics adaptations of stories from the original creators of science fiction including The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells and A Martian Odyssey by Stanley G. Weinbaum. Also featured are In the Year 2889, a rare short story by Jules Verne, and The Disintegration Machine, starring Arthur Conan Doyle's Professor Challenger. Plus E.M. Forster's only SF tale, The Machine Stops, and shorts by Lord Dunsany and Hans Christian Anderson.

  • The War of the Worlds –

by H.G. Wells

An all-new comics adaptation of SF's most famous invasion story,

adapted by Rich Rainey and illustrated, in his GC debut, by Micah Farritor

  • In the Year 2889 –

A rare short story by SF great Jules Verne,

adapted by Tom Pomplun, illustrated by Johnny Ryan,

colored by Kevin Atkinson

  • A Martian Odyssey –

Stanley G. Weinbaum’s famed tale of alien life,

adapted by Ben Avery and illustrated by George Sellas

  • The Machine Stops –

A cautionary fable by E.M. Forster, author of “A Passage to India”,

adapted by Tom Pomplun and illustrated by Ellen Lindner,

in her first GC assignment

  • The Disintegration Machine –

A humorous SF tale, starring Arthur Conan Doyle’s “Professor Challenger”,

adapted by Rod Lott and illustrated by Roger Langridge

  • The Bureau d’Echange de Maux –

by fantasy master Lord Dunsany,

adapted by Antonella Caputo and illustrated by Brad Teare

  • Plus a short-short by famed fairy-tale author

Hans Christian Anderson,

illustrated by Hunt Emerson



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