The Mysteries of Tomorrow (Vol. 3)

By Paul Féval, fils & H.J. Magog 
Translated by Brian Stableford

Cover by Mike Hoffman
It’s a dead world that is revealed to you… a world that the centuries have seen lying in the tomb, and which is emerging after more than forty millennia. Yes, it’s the cadaver of a world that existed forty thousand years ago.”

US$ 20.95 /GBP 16.99
5x8 tpb, 248 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1-61227-966-4
Written in collaboration in 1922 by the author of Felifax, this five-volume saga (of which this is the third), purporting to chronicle the early years of the 21st century, takes place in a quasi-utopia-like Earth, where, thanks to the genius of master scientist Oronius, humanity has mastered natural forces.

However, Oronius’ former colleague Otto Hentzen, a mad scientist who has allied himself with the beautiful, deadly Princess Yogha, has sworn revenge on the master scientist. He unleashes a worldwide cataclysmic radioactive heat wave that dries up most of the oceans and awakens the ancient continent of Atlantis. Unfortunately, it is a savage world of cannibal warriors and monsters, ruled by the cruel Queen Atlantea, the incarnation of all twelve Queens of Atlantis…
Le Réveil d'Atlantide ( Ferenczi, 1923)