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The un-used final scene from ‘Absolute Beginners’, with David Bowie dying for our sins as Alan Freeman commentates.
This is what happens when you wear a neck tie while feeding punch cards into the computing machine.
The Lilliputians go berserk.
Mack Reynolds voted most popular? As IF!
Some people would pay good money for this treatment!
I don’t think that ingenious catapult is going to get Gulliver into orbit.
President Jimmy Carter took his close, personal relationship with Jesus and IBM too far.
Punch cards are the future!!!
Science fiction is not a popularity contest! Besides, the word “popular” and GALAXY and IF magazines just don’t seem to go together.
Only slightly less creepy than the standard less-realistic giant balloon figure.
In the year 2236, crucifix designs for your average church had changed. Considerably.
Protestants, of course, portray Him as hanging from a USB drive.
Jehovah’s Witnesses portray him nailed to the front of a copy of “The Watchtower”
That’s a lot of magenta for a book cover.
Galaxy and If merged and then went out of business shortly after this book came out.
I’m just saying.
Isn’t this a bit risky on Easter week? Cadbury’s paid good money for the branding rights on that shade of purple.
What really happens when you enter Lavender Town…
I have a hard time explaining these old book covers to my son: “See, before the Internet we had something called ‘punch cards’… no, they had nothing to with booze…”
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