UK pocketbook-size magazine, published by John Spencer, London; edited by Samuel Assael and Maurice Nahum, both uncredited. Ten numbered, undated issues 1951-1954.
One of the four poor-quality Spencer juvenile-sf magazines of the 1950s, all very similar, the others being Futuristic Science Stories, Tales of Tomorrow, and Worlds of Fantasy. They contain some fiction by R L Fanthorpe and John S Glasby. All four only registered on a scale of dreadful to abysmal, but Wonders of the Spaceways was the least dreadful. For more information on Spencer's publications see Badger Books. [FHP/MA/DRL]
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