Astounding Stories of Super Science/Volume 02/Number 02

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VOL. II, No. 2
May, 1930
CONTENTS
COVER DESIGN H. W. WESSOLOWSKI

Painted in Water-colors from a Scene in "The Atom-Smasher."

INTO THE OCEAN'S DEPTHS SEWELL PEASLEE WRIGHT 151

To Save Imee's Race of Men-Who-Returned-To-The-Sea, Two Land-Men Answer the Challenge of the Dreaded Roro, Corsairs of the Under-Sea.

MURDER MADNESS MURRAY LEINSTER 166

Murder Madness! Seven Secret Service Men Had Completely Disappeared. Another Had Been Found a Screaming, Homicidal Maniac, Whose Fingers Writhed Like Snakes. So Bell, of the Secret "Trade," Plunges into South America After The Master—the Mighty, Unknown Octopus of Power Whose Diabolical Poison Threatens a Continent! (Beginning a Four-part Novel.)

BRIGANDS OF THE MOON RAY CUMMINGS 195

Gregg and Anita Risk Quick, Sure Death in a Desperate Bluff on the Ruthless Martian Brigands. (Part Three of a Four-part Novel.)

THE JOVIAN JEST LILITH LORRAINE 228

There Came to Our Pigmy Planet a Radiant Wanderer with a Message—and a Jest—from the Vasty Universe.

THE ATOM-SMASHER VICTOR ROUSSEAU 234

Four Destinies Rocket Through the Strange Time-Space of the Fourth Dimension in Tode's Marvelous Atom-Smasher. (A Complete Novelette.)

THE READERS' CORNER ALL OF US 277

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