Wednesday, December 15, 2010

12 Days of Christmas 2010! Black and White Wednesday: "Adam...and No Eve" by Bester, O'Neil, Robbins, and Mooney


Happy ho, ho, ho to you, Groove-ophiles! Here's a sci-fi shocker based on a tale by one of the genre's masters, Alfred Bester, by Denny O'Neil, Frank Robbins, and Jim Mooney. From Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction #2 (December 1974) dig on "Adam...and No Eve"!


And to make this post the Holiday Gift That Keeps On Giving, here's O'Neil interviewing Bester from that very same ish!

2 comments:

  1. There's a detailed look at the proposed comic strip adaptation of The Stars My Destination a.k.a. Gully Foyle mentioned in the above interview (with two sample pages) here.

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  2. Thanks for including the interview with Bester, Groove. He may not have been the most prolific sf writer, but he was surely one of the all-time greats. By the way, "The Indian Giver" eventually became known as "The Computer Connection" when it was published as a novel.

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