Fantasy Fiction Pictorial

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Released in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.,  the work on issue one began in 1937, and it was destined to come out as an organ of the United Fantasy Artists in the Fall of 1939,  but Comet Publications took over and it wasn't till a half a year later it was finally released on March 29, 1940.  
Released in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.,  the work on issue one began in 1937, and it was destined to come out as an organ of the United Fantasy Artists in the Fall of 1939,  but Comet Publications took over and it wasn't till a half a year later it was finally released on March 29, 1940.  
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Artists featured are Jack Agnew, John V. Baltadonis, Morris Dollens, John Giunta ([[Cosmic Tales]]), Walter Marconette ([[Scienti-Snaps]]), William H. Miller, Bernard Quinn, James Rogers, Milton A. Rothman, and James V. Taurasi ([[Cosmic Tales]]).
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Artists featured are Jack Agnew, John V. Baltadonis, Morris Dollens ([[Fantasy Fiction Telegram]]), John Giunta ([[Cosmic Tales]]), Walter Marconette ([[Scienti-Snaps]]), William H. Miller, Bernard Quinn, James Rogers, Milton A. Rothman, and James V. Taurasi ([[Cosmic Tales]]).
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John Baltadonis had previously published [[Fantasy Fiction Telegram]] with Robert Madle, Milton A. Rothman, and Oswald Train.  
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Revision as of 14:01, 30 March 2011

Fantasy Fiction Periodical was a scinece fiction and fantasy fanzine edited by John Baltadonis and William H. Miller, Jr., and published by Comet Publications.

Released in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., the work on issue one began in 1937, and it was destined to come out as an organ of the United Fantasy Artists in the Fall of 1939, but Comet Publications took over and it wasn't till a half a year later it was finally released on March 29, 1940.

Artists featured are Jack Agnew, John V. Baltadonis, Morris Dollens (Fantasy Fiction Telegram), John Giunta (Cosmic Tales), Walter Marconette (Scienti-Snaps), William H. Miller, Bernard Quinn, James Rogers, Milton A. Rothman, and James V. Taurasi (Cosmic Tales).

John Baltadonis had previously published Fantasy Fiction Telegram with Robert Madle, Milton A. Rothman, and Oswald Train.

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