Is Print Media Really Dying?

By the early 1950s, the American pulp science-fiction magazine had entered a stage where the more juvenile titles were dying off, making use of their covers of busty heroines grappled by lizard-men while a square-jawed all-American cowboy in a spacesuit takes aim had begun to end, perhaps a legacy of the atomic bomb bringing in the new chronilogical age of respect, born of fear, for science. . The more highbrow entries, such as Astounding Science Fiction, were aiming for the same market since the traditionally more respectable, but rarer, science fiction novels. .

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