Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic science fiction double vels. The first vel The Moon Era is ather classic tale by one of the true masters of science fiction, Jack Williamson. He plunged back to a time when the Moon was young. Stephen Conway was a typical, run-of-the-mill high school teacher. He coached the school football team. He led a comfortable but uneventful life. Everything seemed safe, ndescript, but safe. Then one day he was summoned to the home of his uncle, Enfield Conway, a man he had never met, a man of extreme wealth and power. During that meeting Stephen Conway was given the most extraordinary opportunity ever bequeathed from one man to ather-the chance to become the first human being to travel into the depths of outer space. His destination-the moon! His uncle's revolutionary new spacecraft was nearly complete. And in return for this adventure, Stephen was to be given a life of wealth and luxury. But there was just one gnawing question: would he be able to come back...alive? The second vel is veteran sci-fi writer Howard Browne's Revenge of the Robots. It was a deep space publicity stunt gone wrong. It was supposed to be an uncomplicated rocket ride to Planet Z. The talented Earth crew on board was all set to film a simple publicity stunt involving the Amelia Earhart of outer space...Gloria Kane. Kane had been the first woman to travel n-stop from Jupiter to Earth, and this adventure would take her further into the wilds of outer space than any woman had ever previously traveled. The project seemed like a surefire winner, and considering that the film company involved would get the broadcast rights for Planet Z made it worth an even bigger pile of cash. Yes, the trip to Planet Z was shaping up to be a grand idea for all involved. That is until the natives of Planet Z spread their wings and flew up to meet the incoming spacecraft. Soon the crew aboard was confronted with an abomination of horror the likes of which had never been seen before.