Album Name Under the Moons of Mars. Labels Unknown label. Music StyleMelodic Power. Members owning this album1. 1. Falling of the Issas. 6. Martian Guild of Killers. 7. The Legends of Mars. 8. The Warlord of Mars (Demo). Other productions from Barsoom. The Mastermind of Mars. Under the Moons of Mars. Albums in Melodic Power.
Under the Moons of Mars by BARSOOM, released 17 September 2013 1. Intro 2. Falling of the Issas 3. The Story 4. The Tharks 5. The Ruins 6. Halls of Helium 7. Martian Guild of Killers 8. The Legends of Mars 9. The Warlord of Mars 10. Outro One of the most amazing private albums to ever emerge from Russia. A conceptual story based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' Barsoom Sci-Fi series. A MUST-HAVE for fans of early era BLIND GUARDIAN and HELLOWEEN!
Barsoom is a fictional representation of the planet Mars created by American pulp fiction author Edgar Rice Burroughs. The first Barsoom tale was serialized as Under the Moons of Mars in 1912, and published as a novel as A Princess of Mars in 1917. Ten sequels followed over the next three decades, further extending his vision of Barsoom and adding other characters. The first five novels are in the public domain in .
My interest in Barsoom and Burroughs was at an all-time high and I was wanting to get into the literary adventures of John Carter before I saw the movie. I figured this would be a good place to start, to ease into the waters as it were. I would pick and choose which one sounded the most interesting. I challenge you to mention a hero more indomitable than John Carter. Burroughs ended up writing ten Barsoom novels and one collection of two stories (JOHN CARTER OF MARS). John Carter was a major influence in my childhood. I went on to read Robert E. Howard, Fritz Leiber, Leigh Brackett, etc.
Illustrations are by prominent artists Meinert Hansen, Charles Vess, John Picacio, and more.
Celebrate 100 years of John Carter of Mars with this all-new collection of original stories and art!Readers of all ages have read and loved Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Barsoom series since the first book, A Princess of Mars, was published in 1912. Now, in time for the 100th anniversary of that seminal work, comes an anthology of original stories featuring John Carter of Mars in brand-new adventures. Simon and Schuster, 7 февр.
A Princess of Mars is a science fantasy novel by American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, the first of his Barsoom series. It was first serialized in the pulp magazine All-Story Magazine from February–July, 1912. Full of swordplay and daring feats, the novel is considered a classic example of 20th-century pulp fiction. It is also a seminal instance of the planetary romance, a subgenre of science fantasy that became highly popular in the decades following its publication.
This love song to Barsoom has 14 stories and 14 illustrations. The stories range from bad to excellent, but most are passable unless you get tortured by bending Barsoomian canon a bit. Having recently re-read "A Princess of Mars", the timing of this new collection was perfect for me. It is nice to have each story illustrated. The illustrations could have all been fabulous, but they vary quite a bit in style and success. Lansdale really nails Burroughs in this steampunky spin. Three Deaths" by David Barr Kirtley follows and is yet again a great short story - one can tell that both these authors get it. Why then oh why, did Peter S. Beagle write "The Ape-Man of Mars"? Tarzan meets John Carter. Nothing wrong with that.