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TOMORROW The Complete Saga Deluxe

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Limited, 50! By Arthur Leo Zagat. The complete saga of Dikar and The Bunch is collected for the first time in a single volume. Set in a decimated post-invasion United States, Dikar and The Bunch fight to restore America to its former glory. A classic post-apocalyptic saga from the pages of the highly regarded pulp magazine Argosy, published between 1939 and 1941. The stories begin with “Tomorrow”: What will they be like—those Lost Children of Tomorrow, the survivors of Armageddon?

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The complete saga of Dikar and The Bunch is collected for the first time in a single volume. Set in a decimated post-invasion United States, Dikar and The Bunch fight to restore America to its former glory. A classic post-apocalyptic saga from the pages of the highly regarded pulp magazine Argosy, published between 1939 and 1941. The stories begin with “Tomorrow”: What will they be like—those Lost Children of Tomorrow, the survivors of Armageddon?

How will they live, and who will lead them? Here is a vivd visualization of their fight back to Civilization. “Children of Tomorrow”: They are the hope and promise of America—these Lost Children who by a miracle survived the destruction of their generation. But before their Tomorrow can come they shall destroy the Barbarians who ravage their country’s green fields and rolling hills—for the night cannot last forever.

“Bright Flag of Tomorrow”: On their wilderness mountain was safety from the dreaded hordes; but below them America lay waiting for deliverance, praying for the hope that only these Wild Boys could bring them....

“Thunder Tomorrow”: It is the voice of America, this thunder, lifted against an alien and savage tyranny. For tonight Dikar leads his army-with-banners into battle, and the hope of Tomorrow shall be proclaimed with guns. Two more stories complete the saga, "Sunrise Tomorrow" and the feature-length "Long Road to Tomorow."

Zagat was a prolific pulp writer. Trained as an attorney, he gave up law to write pulps beginning in 1930. His work appeared in titles from Wonder Stories Quarterly to Astounding, where he co-wrote "Slaves of the Lamp" with Theordore Sturgeon, a post-WWII novel, in 1946. Zagat also wrote the "Doc Turner" stories that regularly appeared in The Spider pulp magazine throughout the 1930s, and wrote for Spicy Mystery Stories "Morgan LaFay".

In his best novel, Seven Out of Time (11 March-15 April 1939 Argosy and published in book form in 1949), seven humans from various eras (among them King Arthur and the prophet Elijah) are abducted into what may be the far future and studied by their remote descendants to rediscover the value of emotions.

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Item Code TOMD
Publisher Altus
Publish Date 2017
Binding Hard Cover - No Dustjacket
Dimensions 8x11
# Pages 184pg
Color Text/b&w
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