From Beyond the Unknown
|From Beyond the Unknown|
From Beyond the Unknown #1 (Oct.-Nov. 1969). Art by Joe Kubert.
|Publication date(s)||October-November 1969 - November-December 1973|
|No. of issues||25|
From Beyond the Unknown was published as a bi-monthly series for 25 issues, from October-November 1969 to November-December 1973. There was an extra month's gap in mid-1973, between issues #22 and #23, and the series was cancelled at the end of that year.
From Beyond the Unknown was an anthology series, whose tagline promised to provide "Stories that Stagger the Imagination". The series reprinted stories from earlier DC Comics anthologies, including Strange Adventures and Mystery in Space. Covers featured such imaginative settings as an alien auctioneer preparing to sell the Earth, or an ape-man trying to conquer the world.
- From Beyond the Unknown at the Grand Comics Database
- Levitz, Paul (2010). 75 Years of DC Comics The Art of Modern Mythmaking. Cologne, Germany: Taschen America. p. 516. ISBN 978-3-8365-1981-6.
Cover dates on comics didn't match magazine dating norms, and by 1973 Marvel's cover dates made them appear newer than DC's, so DC decided to skip using May 1973 and go straight to June.