Amazing Adventures was a 1950s science fiction anthology published by Ziff-Davis and featuring lavish fully-illustrated painted covers. It ran for six issues, starting in 1950. The artists included Murphy Anderson, Bernard Krigstein, and Don Perlin, and an illustrated cover painting by Alex Schomburg.
Amazing Adventures was part of an ongoing series, (sometimes published by Marvel Comics) that fans and historians call the Silver Age of Comic Books. That same series also included the first and original comic book to be labeled Marvel Comics.
Credits: (Pencils) Alex Schomburg, Harry Sahle, Arthur Peddy, Murphy Anderson (Inks) Alex Schomburg, Harry Sahle, Bernard Sachsm, Murphy Anderson