The complete saga of Dikar and The Bunch by science fiction pioneer Arthur Leo Zagat is collected for the first time in a single volume. Set in a decimated post-invasion United States, Dikar and The Bunch fight to restore America to its former glory. A classic post-apocalyptic saga from the pages of Argosy Magazine.
A classic fantasy story from the pages of Argosy, “The Torch” is one of the pulp’s earliest post-apocalyptic stories: following the near-destruction of the world from a comet collision, society now exists in two groups: the aristocrats who live in “The Tower,” where the skyscrapers once existed, and the “Folk,” who reside in the the abandoned subway tunnels. This edition includes the original illustrations from its later publication in Famous Fantastic Mysteries by Lawrence Sterne Stevens.
The complete saga of Dikar and The Bunch concludes here. Volume 2 contains the following stories:
“Sunrise Tomorrow”: The road to liberty is long and perilous, but Dikar must lead his warrior Bunch down it swiftly—if America is to see again the bright sunrise of her matchless heritage.
“Long Road to Tomorrow”: Follow this road by night, Dikar, with your knife always ready. For a man must proceed stealthily and with iron courage if his destination is a brave new world.
The complete saga of Dikar and The Bunch is collected for the first time. Set in a decimated post-invasion United States, Volume 1 contains the following stories: “Tomorrow,” “Children of Tomorrow,” “Bright Flag of Tomorrow,” and “Thunder Tomorrow.”