Rocket Science has published the first issue of Black Infinity, the magabook of spooky sci-fi — just in time for reading on chilly October nights. The first issue is themed DEADLY PLANETS, and features classic material by Clifford D. Simak and Harry Harrison (a complete novel!), as well as contemporary material by Douglas Smith, Simon Strantzas, Kurt Newton and Marc Vun Kannon. Of special interest is the creepy tale “The Invisible Enemy” by Jerry Sohl, which inspired a fondly-remembered episode of the 1964 TV series The Outer Limits.
202 pages chock full of thrills, chills, and big surprises, complete with photos and illustrations. Join us as we rocket into new worlds — and celebrate both the past, present, and future of the SF genre.
Black Infinity #1 Deadly Planets: Strange science, weird worlds, hostile aliens, renegade robots … and the cold vacuum of space!