Look and Learn was a British weekly educational magazine for children published by Fleetway Publications Ltd from 1962 until 1982. It contained educational text articles that covered a wide variety of topics from volcanoes to the Loch Ness Monster, a long running science fiction comic strip - The Trigan Empire, adaptations of famous works of literature into comic form, as well as serialized works of fiction such as The First Men in the Moon.
I really hated this film when it first came out, so much so that I've never sat down and watched it again. I wonder if it still remains the great misjudged monumental fail I perceived it to be 20 years ago?
Starblazer - Space Fiction Adventure in Pictures was a British small-format comics anthology in black and white published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd. There were 281 issues in all with the first published in April 1979 and the last published in January 1991.
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We're looking at a Penthouse photo shoot from 1978, when everyone was jumping on the sci-fi/Star Wars bandwagon. The name of the feature is Lust in Space. The photo are by Earl Miller and they happen to feature the Men into Space helmet.
This gentleman below appears to be adrift when...
...he stumbles over this very attractive alien lady and her twin. And then stuff happens!
...which I'm not going to talk about here.
....or show you either.
All of theses images and many more are from the Blog; The Seduction of Venus, which is definitely for grown ups only and is very good if you like that sort of thing*
When hostile aliens called the Formics attack Earth, only the legendary heroics of Mazer Rackham (Ben Kingsley) manage to attain a victory. To prepare for the next attack, Col. Hyrum Graff (Harrison Ford) and his cohorts initiate a military program to find the next Mazer.
Recruit Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield) exhibits an unusual gift for the training, easily mastering all of the challenges thrown at him. Mazer Rackham, himself, takes Ender as a protege to prepare him for the oncoming war
The Gemini 7 crew leaves the suiting trailer during the prelaunch countdown. That's astronauts James A. Lovell Jr. at the front who was the pilot, and Frank Borman behind him who was the command pilot. The suit they wore were designed to be more comfortable during the 14-day mission and give the astronauts greater mobility than on previous Gemini missions.
And after two weeks they appear to be very happy to be back