Here's a small trip down memory lane for us senior citizens. There has been for years much debate over the production value of "Classics Illustrated". Sure for the producers it was money in the bank and for the lazy student it was a quick way to get the basics of the plot line and with some creativity fulfill the once a month required book review. Many have condemned the publications, but I think they have merit and, if one was smart enough to have saved them, collectible and worth a few bucks. Sometimes, the original texts were not in the libraries and it seamed to satisfy the reader for the entertainment value. Maybe there wasn't much science but they were fun to read. I have selected a few covers representing science and the likes of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne. Enjoy.
Popularization of science