Your earliest sci-fi memory...

night_wrtr

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The movie Krull. It was the most mesmerizing thing I had ever seen. I was in the single digits of age, but still. It was great.
 

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My earliest memories would have been the stuff on TV: The Jetsons, Flash Gordon, and a few movies like The Deadly Mantis.

When I was 9, I started reading science fiction anthologies. They consisted of short stories but included authors like Ray Bradbury and Hal Clement.

But as a kid in the 60s, I was just as interested in the real world space race. I loved it.
 
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Grosmont: with Iron horse.
Think it might have been one of the early Quatermass movies, Destination Moon, Battle In Outer Space, something like that. Or those early House of Mystery and Tales Of The Unexpected comics my brother brought home in the late 50s (and which were promptly taken away from us).
Wow ... the golden/silver age of comics. I hunted out the uk 1970s reissues at school and village hall jumblies.
 

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