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|From Fancyclopedia 2 Supplement, ca. 1960|
|Though theoretically the comic strip was a sort of continuation of the original prozine stories, Damon Knight recalls a "curious fact, which I'd never seen mentioned anywhere, that Nowlan/Calkins' Killer Kane looked exactly like Bold's drawings of Blackie DuQuesne [in E. E. Smith's The Skylark of Space] and although the first few strips were based roughly on the Nowlan story, next thing you know (or anyhow, next thing I remember) Kane has kidnapped the heroine in a spherical spaceship and the hero is in hot pursuit.|
See also: "That Buck Rogers stuff".
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