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[[Image:Amazing_Wonder_Tales_1.jpg|right|frame|''Amazing Wonder Tales'' #1 August 1938 Cover art by John Giunta]]
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[[Image:Amazing_Wonder_Tales_1.jpg|right|frame|'''Amazing Wonder Tales''' <br/>Issue 1 August 1938<br/> Cover art by John Giunta]]
'''Amazing Wonder Tales''' was a science fiction fanzine edited by John Giunta, and published by John Guinta and Louis Maurino.  
'''Amazing Wonder Tales''' was a science fiction fanzine edited by John Giunta, and published by John Guinta and Louis Maurino.  
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This issue included fiction by John Giunta, Louis Maurino, James V. Taurasi ([[Cosmic Tales]]), and Robert G. Thompson. Cover art was by Giunta.
This issue included fiction by John Giunta, Louis Maurino, James V. Taurasi ([[Cosmic Tales]]), and Robert G. Thompson. Cover art was by Giunta.
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John Guinta later edited one issue of the fanzine [[Cosmic Tales]] in 1940, and contribute to several other issues.
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John Guinta went on to edit one issue of the fanzine [[Cosmic Tales]] in 1940 and, later in the 1940s, to co-edit some issues of [[Fantasy-Times]] with James Taurasi and Raymond Van Houten.
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Amazing Wonder Tales Issue 1 August 1938 Cover art by John Giunta
Amazing Wonder Tales
Issue 1 August 1938
Cover art by John Giunta

Amazing Wonder Tales was a science fiction fanzine edited by John Giunta, and published by John Guinta and Louis Maurino.

Amazing Wonder Tales was published in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. It lasted only one issue (#1.1), dated August 1938.

This issue included fiction by John Giunta, Louis Maurino, James V. Taurasi (Cosmic Tales), and Robert G. Thompson. Cover art was by Giunta.

John Guinta went on to edit one issue of the fanzine Cosmic Tales in 1940 and, later in the 1940s, to co-edit some issues of Fantasy-Times with James Taurasi and Raymond Van Houten.

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