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Jaime Rendon

Pebble in the Sky by Isaac Asimov. Sphere 1971. Cover artist Eddie Jones

Pebble in the Sky by Isaac Asimov. Sphere 1971. Cover artist Eddie Jones. Cover / edition not on ISFDB. Edition states: First Sphere Books edition 1969, reprinted December 1969, Reprinted 1971

The Day the Universe Came - 10x17 Giclée Canvas Print of Vintage Pulp Paperback

This is a 10" x 17" giclée canvas print stretched on a 5/8" wooden stretcher bar and finished with a clear satin polyacrylic varnish to prevent surface scuffing. It is a reproduction of a cover of a vintage paperback from my personal collection. For examples of completed canvases, see the additional photo.FOR MULTIPLE ORDERS PLEASE USE BULK DISCOUNT LISTINGS. on web image only.Canvases are custom made to order, so please…

Adventures in Science Fiction Cover Art: Infernal Machines

(Uncredited cover for the 1974 edition of The Stars Will Judge (1974), Irving A. Greenfield) There are manifold possibilities for the infernal machine unraveling beneath the streets or inhabiting e…

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Title: Nightwings

Ace Book Covers #400-449

A cover gallery for Ace Books

The Enemy Stars (1965)

Poul Anderson's "The Enemy Stars." Berkley Medallion, July 1965. Cover art by Jerome Podwil.

Macroscope - Sphere Science Fiction Classics - 7

Science Fiction and Fantasy Bibliography - Illustrated listings of the published works of Richard C. Meredith, J.R.R. Tolkien, Philip E. High, Isaac Asimov and others

Publication: The Best of Isaac Asimov 1954-1972

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The Wind From Nowhere - J. G. Ballard - cover by Richard Powers - 1st book appearance - first edition

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Goat Droppings | Phandemonium Book Club – Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Join us for the January edition of the Phandemonium Book Club. We will be discussing Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, a One Chicago selection.From Good Reads:"It was January 2021, and Rick Deckard had a license to kill.