Time for another parade of vintage SF magazine covers! All these are from books that I've either currently got listed on eBay, or have already been sold. Please check my current listings, available on the above right hand corner!
It's an attack on the bottle city of Kandor, as She-Hulk looks on helplessly? Well, that's about what it looks like, doesn't it?
Gotta love these old-style spaceships with the big fins!
This spaceship wouldn't be out of place in one of DC's Silver Age SF comics, wouldn't it?
There were a lot of giants on the covers of these books!
It's amazing to me, here's a group of warrior women operating in what appears to be a polar region of their world... and yet still they dress in bikinis with naught but big cloaks (that fly back uselessly) to keep them warm!
This alien reminds me of someone, but I can't place it...
A nice split cover here... certainly provided more flexibility than a standard 50/50 cover (like we're accustomed to seeing on certain issues of Tales to Astonish or Tales of Suspense). I can't imagine how that woman managed to get into that very form-fitting armor, though!
Sex sells, doesn't it? I don't think they could've gotten away with showing much more skin than they did here! Let's face it, this blonde is naked, with her naughty bits just covered by her long, flowing hair!
And we'll wrap up this installment with this cover, which appears to feature the Phantom Lady grown to monstrous size, and holding a planet in her hand! But if she's that big, how big are those rocket ships, and where are they launching from??? Surely not from that planet on the bottom, rockets that big would probably push it out of orbit, to say nothing of how they'd be sticking up way beyond the atmosphere even before launch!