Well here we are again, with the summer issue of SPACESHIP AWAY.Tim Booth continues his classic Dan Dare story, Shakedown Cruise with episodes 17 and 18.
Our first article, Space Klngley by Andrew Darlington, reviews the threelavishly illustrated annuals that were published in the 1950's. The art on the front and back covers are from these publications.
Operation Pintos continues with part four. Ray Wright reviews the verylatest from the world of space, with four pages of Space News.
Our centrespread features a newly commissioned piece of Dan Dare art byIan Kennedy. John Russell Fearn's The Golden Amazon epic continues with Twilight World - Part Four, coloured by Martin Baines.
We commence a new feature, The Frontiers of Space, a 1950's look at howit was planned to send men into space.
A New Generation with A New Explanation, look at the career of Jerseyartist, Gerald Palmer. We conclude with a Space for Humour strip entitled Earthward Bound.
As a follow-on from our Dan Dare, Pilot of Merit article in Part 44, BrettGooden and Roy Spence wrote a three part illustrated series of articles, Dan Dare Projected in Eagle Times vol. 25, no's 2, 3 and 4.