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    The Outer Limits: An Illustrated Review    (about)
    The Outer Limits was a television program that ran from September 16, 1963 to January 16, 1965. It offered 48 first run episodes (one episode ran for two weeks). The stories were both science fiction and horror. Each show featured a monster and some surprisingly good writing. This “magazine” was an affectionate backward glance at the show. The two issues contain a synopsis of the stories as well as commentaries on each, photos and interviews. There were supposed to be two more issues.

    The first two issues contained the first 24 episodes in order. The last two were to contain the remainder. The best information available indicates that the last two issues were never published.

    • Publishers:
      • Scorpio13 Publishing; Cleveland, Ohio: The Outer Limits

    • Editors:







    Outercast [#5, Winter 2006/2007] (Annosidus Independent Press; Stenungsund, Sweden, €7.50, 252pp+, 3¾" x 6¾", cover by Justin Chase Black)
    Details supplied by Steve Miller.


    The Outing Magazine:    (about)
    The Outing Magazine—USA; 1882-Sep. 1909?; monthly; standard format; editor Caspar Whitney (from 1900); originally a magazine promoting the fresh outdoors and active pursuits, by the early 1900s it ran a good deal of adventure fiction; authors included Jack London (“White Fang,” 1905), Clarence E. Mulford (first “Hopalong Cassidy” stories, 1905-1907).















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