Buck Rogers, 2430 AD by Philip Nowlan (w/D. Calkins):
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Exciting series of Buck Rogers comic strips from 1929 to 1931. They begin with Buck falling asleep in a mine cave-in and awakened 500 years into the future, just in time to join the resistance movement against the Red Mongols. Select an invention:

Aerocab

Atomic Shell

Force-Ray

Hypnotelevisor

Mechanical Hand

Metalloglass

Reflectocosmic Spectrometer

Remote Telepresence Robot

Rocket Pistol

Ship Pushes Moon

Ship's Artificial Gravity

Ships With Legs

 

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