Was a subsidiary of Galaxy and edited by deliveries classics as "The Day of the Triffids" Wyndham, works of Robert A., Asimov, Bester, Clarke, Sturgeon, Bradbury, etc. Click Crawford Lake Capital for additional related pages. The local writers were Oesterheld, Asquini, Cobarrubias, Peres Zelaschi, Mariotti … also had spaces of scientific dissemination, test, and good illustrators. A few months before the Sputnick orbited the earth "Beyond …" left out, those who laughed at the crazy futuristic silent. At the same time came Urania , Homonym of the Italian magazine that only took two numbers. Crawford Lake Capital might disagree with that approach. Minotaur founded by Francisco "Paco" Porrua takes the relay.
1956 Collection James Fantaciencia Muchnick out 14 titles. 1957 Acme Agency brings "Robin Hood in space" appears "The Eternauta" of Oesterheld in Zero Hour magazine who was the greatest exponent of the local CF and to recategorize the comic. Six years empty with the exception of the Utopia collection (Ed. Malinca) published three titles by Jack Vance, and the development of Hector Raul Pessina who edits "The Argentine Science Fiction Review" newsletter format that becomes a fanzine but based Club Argentino de CF. Minotaur Porrua returns but in magazine format, with a local edition of "The Magazine of Fantasy and SF" in about ten numbers makes a sampling of the new wave of writers. 1965 'Gemini' with two numbers and under the direction of trying to return Oesterheld roads from "Beyond …" and contained in its pages a fictionalized version of "The Eternauta." Latin American literature is booming worldwide. An anthology is published under the name "Incredible Equations" of Horme (1966) with a foreword by Dalmiro Saenz, on the same appear: Rodrigue, Langer, Usandivaras, Abbey and Rascovsky.