Scans of this magazine are available online as part of a larger package.
Table of contents.
- David Wright O'Brien's "Suicide Squadrons of Space": "Craig Starke got the shock of his life when his kid brother turned up in his own suicide squad."
- Richard O Lewis' "The Incredible Theory of Dr Penwing": "Down into earth went Pendwing's machine & emerged in a fantastic world beyond the universe."
- Ralph Milne Farley's "The Living Mist": "There was something terrifying in the swamps - a mist that engulfed a prison in a reign of terror."
- Edmond Hamilton's "Lost Treasure of Mars": "Ages ago the Martians died, but an incredible guardian still protected their greatest treasure."
- Malcolm Jameson's "Murder in the Time World": "Karl Tarig committed a perfect crime when he murdered Dr Morrison & sent his body into the future."
- Don Wilcox's "Mystery of the Mind Machine": "Not even the victim of the mind machine knew the secrets of the fiendish thing probed from his brain."
- Donald Bern's "The Man Who Knew All the Answers": "Scuttlebottom decided to take advantage of his mind reading power, but one answer was wrong."