Future Funnies From the Past #34

Today’s funnies come from the August, 1954 issue of Imagination Science Fiction Magazine:

Self-awareness counts.

Future Funnies From the Past #33

Today’s funnies come from the August, 1954 issue of Imagination Science Fiction Magazine:

Ingenuity seeking to make sense.

Future Funnies From the Past #32

Today’s funnies come from the August, 1954 issue of Imagination Science Fiction Magazine:

Well, you’ve just said it.

Future Funnies From the Past #31

Today’s funnies come from the August, 1953 issue of Imagination Science Fiction Magazine:

It pays to be resourceful.

Future Funnies From the Past #30

Today’s funnies come from the August, 1953 issue of Imagination Science Fiction Magazine:

Wondering what scares best.

Future Funnies From the Past #29

Today’s funnies come from the May, 1953 issue of Imagination Science Fiction Magazine:

Life can be subjective.

Future Funnies From the Past #28

Today’s funnies come from the May, 1953 issue of Imagination Science Fiction Magazine:

Now, it’s just about time to be objective with beauty.

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Future Funnies From the Past #27

Today’s funnies come from the October, 1957 issue of Fantastic Science Fiction Magazine:

Ignorance is entertaining, but can be fatal.

Future Funnies From the Past #26

Today’s funnies come from the January, 1953 issue of Fantastic Science Fiction Magazine:

Who says a bad idea can never turn out this good?

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