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Issue 57 (40 pp)

Spring 2022

 

 

Page Contents - Issue 57
FrontA scene from "Prisoners of Space"
2From the Editor, and "Magic in Meter", with Mister Therm!, by Dennis Mallet
3-6Dan Dare , "Voyage of the Ankum"  Episodes 15-16, written by John Bailey, adapted by Richard Woods, drawn by William Naylor, with text and editing by Des Shaw, and colouring by Martin Baines.
7-11Ministry of Space, by Andrew Darlington. We explore an alternative reality, in which outer space becomes part of the UK, in a graphic novel by Warren Ellis., published in 2009.
12-14Jeff Hawke, "The Comet's Tale", Part 4. Original monochrome artwork and story by Sydney Jordan..
15-18Space Review, by Ray Wright.. The JWST continues its commissioning programme. Boeing gets its space capsule to the ISS, Ice volcanoes on Pluto, and more.
19-21A Tribute to the late Ian Kennedy, Artist. See also "Ian Kennedy's Eagle Dan Dare" in Issue 39 of Spaceship Away.
22-25A Life in Books, by Norman Wright,: writer, collector and publisher.
26-28Target Earth, Episode 8, Story: John Richards, Illustration: Harry Winslade. The Earthmen and Torra, a Betan, survive a stand-off with Stiel, ruler of Beta, and his troops , but they're not out of the woods, yet.
29-32Flights into the Future, by Philip Harbottle. In the early 1950s, there was "Flights into the Future", an illustrated annual publication containing stories and scientific articles. Like "The Eagle" it was specifically aimed at boys. There were stories from Arthur Conan-Doyle and Jules Verne, aeronautical articles from the journalist Harry Harper and scientific contributions from Archibald Montgomery Low, a scientist, who was involved with the British Interplanetary Society.
33-36Invaders from Time, a Nick Hazard, Interstellar Agent story, Episode 4, Script: Phil Harbottle, Art Ron Turner, based on "Lords of 9016" by John Russell Fearn.
37-38Dan Dare , "Voyage of the Ankum"  Episode 17, written by John Bailey, adapted by Richard Woods, drawn by William Naylor, with text and editing by Des Shaw, and colouring by Martin Baines.
39The overgrown cheese mites from the Moon journey to Earth to kidnap a human.
BackThe Dan Dare Game Souvenir Poster, by Ian Kennedy