Analog Science Fiction, Science Fact.
January 1976. Cover by John Schoenherr.
I’ve always enjoyed this cover and it made me think of Dune (this one is on my big wall display). I honestly never realized that this is in fact a Dune illustration.… Read the rest
Starting today, Sci Fi Sunday has a bit of a new format. You get a quick video tour and you can come here to see some high res scans of the illustrations from that book.
Here you’ll find the May 1967 issue of Worlds of IF.… Read the rest
I dug into another box this week and found a whole collection of Fantasy and Science fiction from the 60s. For some reason my scanner made both of these blurry, I’m not sure. You can relax though, the face of the mysterious angel/dragon thing was blurry in the illustration, so you’re not missing out.… Read the rest
I decided to share 4 covers today. We have quite a fun variation here. We jump from fantasy style flying bird men to deep space shiny craft. Each one has its fun points to enjoy, you can see the bigger versions with notes below.… Read the rest
Analog always has such great covers. I’ll be sad when I’ve scanned them all.
Up first is from May 1976. We have some kind of a centaur loving up buxom breasted Medusa. The rich reds and her dress for some reason make me think of Spanish art work.… Read the rest