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<< Future Fiction (1939-1943) >>

Genre: SF
Category:
Issue List: Incomplete
Publication: Ceased
Publishers:
Editors:
Absorbed Science Fiction (1939-1941) in 1941.
--Gordon, May 13, 2006
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FictionMags: Science Fiction Stories 1 issues.
Skipping FictionMags issues Science Fiction Stories from 1959 on.
17
issues
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Extra
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Nov
v1#1
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1940





Mar
v1#2
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Jul
v1#3
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Nov
v1#4
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1941







Apr
v1#5
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Aug
v1#6
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Name changed to Future Combined with Science Fiction
1941



















Oct
v2#1
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Dec
v2#2
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1942



Feb
v2#3
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Apr
v2#4
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Jun
v2#5
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Aug
v2#6
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Name changed to Future Fantasy and Science Fiction
1942



















Oct
v3#1
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Dec
v3#2
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1943



Feb
v3#3
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Name changed to Science Fiction Stories
1943







Apr
v3#4
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Jul
v3#5
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17 total issues.
1 Matching FictionMag issues. 0 Partial matched FictionMag issues. 0 Unmatched FictionMag issues.
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0 issues you have. 0 issues you have for sale.

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