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Isaac Asimov's Wonderful Worlds of Science Fiction is an anthology book series put together by Isaac Asimov and editors Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh to showcase noteworthy Science Fiction short stories. It spanned ten books from 1983 to 1990. Each book focused on a specific subject and featured an introduction by Asimov discussing the volume's topic. Starting with the sixth book, Tin Stars, the series began having a unified visual theme in terms of cover art. See also Fantastic Creatures

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Works collected in #1 Intergalactic Empires (1983):



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Works collected in #2 The Science Fictional Olympics (1984):



Works collected in #3 Supermen (1984):



Works collected in #4 Comets (1986):



Works collected in #5 Tin Stars (1986):



Works collected in #6 Neanderthals (1987):



Works collected in #7 Space Shuttles (1987):



Works collected in #8 Monsters (1988):



Works collected in #9 Robots (1988):



Works collected in #10 Invasions (1990):


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