Astounding Stories Of Super Science August 1931 features six Classic Science Fiction Stories from the "Golden Age of Science Fiction". Contents and short description: "Danger From The Deep" by Ralph Milne Farley: Marooned on the Sea-Floor, His Hoisting Cable Cut, Young Abbot Is Left at the Mercy of the Man-Sharks, "Brood Of The Dark Moon" by Charles Willard Diffin: Once More Chet, Walt and Diane Are United in a Wild Ride to the Dark Moon. But This Time They Go as Prisoners of Their Deadly Enemy Schwartzmann. (Beginning a Four-Part Novel), "If The Sun Died" by R.F. Starzl: Tens of Millenniums After the Death of the Sun There Comes a Young Man Who Dares to Open the Frozen Gate of Subterranea, "Midget From The Island" by H.G. Winter: Garth Howard, Prey to Half the Animals of the Forest, Fights Valiantly to Regain His Lost Five Feet of Size. A Complete Novelette), "The Moon Weed" by Harl Vincent: Unwittingly the Traitor of the Earth, Van Pits Himself Against the Inexorably Tightening Web of Plant-Beasts He Has Released from the Moon, "The Port Of Missing Planes" by Captain S. Meek: In the Underground Caverns of the Selom, Dr. Bird Once Again Locks Wills with the Subversive Genius, Saranoff.