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Publication: Wonder Stories, November 1933

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  • Publication: Wonder Stories, November 1933Publication Record # 62254 (View All Issues) (View Issue Grid)
  • Editor: Hugo Gernsback
  • Date: 1933-11-00
  • Publisher: Stellar Publishing Corporation
  • Price:
    $0.25?$: US dollar
  • Pages: 132
  • Format:
    pulp?Magazine using the common pulp size: 6.5" by 9.5". For ISFDB purposes this may also be used as a designation for the quality of the paper. There are some untrimmed pulps that are as large as 8" by 11.75
  • Type: MAGAZINE
  • Cover: Wonder Stories, November 1933 by Frank R. Paul
  • Notes:
    • Page numbers run 289-416.
    • Contents page states publication on the 3rd of the preceding month.
    • Library of Congress copyright record shows publication date 1933-10-02
    • Cover illustrates "The Call of the Mech-Men."
    • Cover art is not credited; no signature appears on the artwork.
    • Interior art is credited at the start of each story.
    • Story art for "Monsters of Callisto" on page 198 is credited to "Paul"; no signature found on the artwork.
    • Story art for "The Lunar Consul (Part 1 of 2)" on page 294 is credited to "Paul"; no signature found on the artwork.
    • Story art for "The End of Tyme" on page 336 is credited to "Burian"; no signature found on the artwork.
    • Story art for "Death Between the Planets" on page 342 is credited to and signed "Paul."
    • Story art for "The Tomb from Beyond" on page 354 is credited to and signed "Paul."
    • Story art for "The Call of the Mech-Men" on page 366 is credited to and signed "Paul."
    • Story art for "The Man with X-Ray Eyes" on page 386 is credited to "Winter"; the artwork is signed "Lumen Winter."
    • Story art for "Through the Einstein Line" on page 394 is credited to "Winter"; the artwork is signed "Lumen Winter."
    • "In the New Size" explains the change back to standard pulp size. The explanation admits that falling sales were a factor.
    • "What Is Your Science Knowledge?" is a list of questions about science facts. With each is listed the story page number on which the answer can be found. The column is titled thus on the contents page, but (probably in error) as "What Is Your Knowledge of Science?" at the start of the feature.
    • "The Reader Speaks" is a letters column.
    • "Science Questions and Answers" is also a letters feature, but deals more narrowly with science questions.
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Editor Title: Wonder Stories - 1933 • [Wonder Stories] • (1933) • edited by Hugo Gernsback

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Primary Verifications

Verifier Date Type Last User Activity Date
Ldb001 2017-05-13 09:43:06 Permanent 2022-09-11

Secondary Verifications

Source Status Verifier Date
Bleiler Early Years Not Verified    
Bleiler Supernatural Verified Rtrace 2019-03-07 21:38:10
Bleiler1 (Gernsback) Verified Dragoondelight 2010-06-01 15:18:14
Bleiler78 Not Verified    
Clute/Grant Not Verified    
Clute/Nicholls Not Verified    
Contento1 (anth/coll) Verified Rtrace 2019-03-07 21:38:10
Currey Not Verified    
Locus1 Not Verified    
Miller/Contento Verified Dragoondelight 2010-06-01 15:18:14
OCLC/Worldcat Not Verified    
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Tuck Verified Bluesman 2013-07-15 20:06:06
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