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Makeup special effects take center stage this issue. Also, William F. Nolan gets back at columnist David Gerrold, who dissed his Logan's Run novel in the previous issue.
"[David Gerrold] calls the novel's premise (compulsory death at 21) "stupid ... silly, unbelievable and a waste of time" -- while admitting he's never read the book. Now, there are many SF novels which are stupid, silly, unbelievable and a waste of time (including Mr. Gerrold's own clumsily written The Man Who Folded Himself -- which I did read) but Logan's Run is not among them. It is, in plain fact, a modern classic."
--William F. Nolan, letter, CommunicationsTo view previous Starlog Archive issues, click on "Starlog Internet Archive Project" in the keywords below.