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Galaxy Mission

(Captain Future #4)

3.74  ·  Rating details ·  34 ratings  ·  5 reviews
In the fantastic city of eternal youth, captain future is trapped by the master of evil.


They Called him the Life-Lord and the deadly milk-white elixir that his syndicate pushed was called Lifewater.

As promised, Lifewater brought youth to the old. Women who were losing their once cherished beauty, en who were losing their strength gave their life's savings for
Mass Market Paperback, Popular Library Edition 60-2437, 128 pages
Published 1967 by Popular Library (first published 1940)
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Originally published in the fourth issue of Captain Future Magazine in 1940 with the better title of The Triumph of Captain Future. Captain Future was a pulp hero, sort of a far-future Doc Savage, who travelled about the solar system with his associates in The Comet, his super space ship, fighting crime and evil in order to make the spaceways safe for the good guys. It all sounds dreadfully silly on the surface, but they were full of good-hearted, enthusiastic fun and adventure. Kind of like Luk ...more
Juan Ponce de León becomes El Chapo, but in space.
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Jan 25, 2016 rated it liked it
The pulp era SiFi hero, Captain Future is a more scientific version of Buck Rogers or Flash Gordon. He and his band of Futuremen are special criminal investigators for the Earth government and are similar to Doc Savage and his band of helpers. Great reads, recommended
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A good one, though not one of the greatest.

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Another classic ScFi Adventure, pure Fun to read.
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Edmond Moore Hamilton was a popular author of science fiction stories and novels throughout the mid-twentieth century. Born in Youngstown, Ohio, he was raised there and in nearby New Castle, Pennsylvania. Something of a child prodigy, he graduated high school and started college (Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania) at the age of 14--but washed out at 17. He was the Golden Age writer ...more

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