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Galileo Magazine of Science & Fiction

Contributed by Jarred Eberhardt on Oct 27th, 2020. Artwork published in
circa 1976
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    Galileo Magazine of Science & Fiction 1
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    Galileo Magazine of Science & Fiction was a magazine edited by Charles C. Ryan and published by Vincent McCaffrey, Boston. From September 1976 till January 1980, a total of 16 issues were published. Throughout its run, the magazine featured a logo in Herkules.

    #1 (Sep. 1976) with the eponymous Galileo Galilei and #2 (Dec. 1976), both with cover art by Tom Barber.
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    #1 (Sep. 1976) with the eponymous Galileo Galilei and #2 (Dec. 1976), both with cover art by Tom Barber.

    #3 (April 1977) with cover art by Tom Barber.
    Source: https://www.abebooks.com Fine Edition Books. License: All Rights Reserved.

    #3 (April 1977) with cover art by Tom Barber.

    Contents and masthead, #3. The interior is set with an IBM Selectric Composer, using their  adaptation and a proprietary serif typeface named .
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    Contents and masthead, #3. The interior is set with an IBM Selectric Composer, using their Univers adaptation and a proprietary serif typeface named Journal Roman.

    #4 (July 1977) with cover art by Tom Barber.
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    #4 (July 1977) with cover art by Tom Barber.

    Spread from #4. Herkules is also used for all-caps headings and for boxed drop caps. The teaser text is set in .
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    Spread from #4. Herkules is also used for all-caps headings and for boxed drop caps. The teaser text is set in Times New Roman.

    #6 (Jan. 1978) with cover art by Ron Miller.
    Source: https://www.flickr.com Leo Boudreau. License: All Rights Reserved.

    #6 (Jan. 1978) with cover art by Ron Miller.

    #7 (March 1978) with cover art by .
    Source: https://www.flickr.com Leo Boudreau. License: All Rights Reserved.

    #7 (March 1978) with cover art by John Schoenherr.

    #9 (July 1978) with cover art by .
    Source: https://twitter.com Joachim Boaz. License: All Rights Reserved.

    #9 (July 1978) with cover art by Jeff Jones.

    #10 (Se. 1978) with cover art by Larry Blamire.
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    #10 (Se. 1978) with cover art by Larry Blamire.

    #11 and #12 (June 1979) came as a special double issue. Cover art by Tom Barber.
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    #11 and #12 (June 1979) came as a special double issue. Cover art by Tom Barber.

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