Some articles on startling:
... Startling Odyssey 1 Blue Evolution was the only PlayStation remake to actually see release ... Two planned sequels Startling Odyssey 2 Maryu Sensou and Startling Odyssey 3 Miriam no Seisen, were both canceled ...
... Startling Music is a music publishing company, founded by musician Ringo Starr, drummer of The Beatles ... and Starr followed suit, establishing Startling Music ... Startling Music published "Don't Pass Me By" and "Octopus's Garden" and handled royalties for his co-written material with the other Beatles, on their last albums ...
... Renaming the studio "Startling Studios", Starr made the facility available for use by other recording artists ... planned to record their British Steel album at Startling Studios, but found the house itself more suitable, and moved recording equipment there ...
... Response was positive, and the new magazine, titled Startling Stories, was duly launched, with a first issue (pulp-sized, rather than bedsheet-sized, as many readers ... Startling was launched on a bimonthly schedule, alternating months with Thrilling Wonder Stories, though in 1940 Thrilling moved to a monthly schedule that ... During Friend's tenure Startling slipped from bimonthly to quarterly publication ...
... Two anthologies of stories from Startling have been published ... Then in 1954 Samuel Mines edited The Best from Startling Stories, published by Henry Holt despite the title, the stories were reprinted from both Startling and its sister ... The anthology was reprinted twice in the UK under different titles as Startling Stories in 1954, published by Cassell, and then in 1956 as a Science Fiction Book Club ...
Famous quotes containing the word startling:
“The love of their country is with them only a mode of flattering its master; as soon as they think that master can no longer hear, they speak of everything with a frankness which is the more startling because those who listen to it become responsible.”
—Marquis De Custine (17901857)
“It was always startling to discover so plain a trail of civilized man there. I remember that I was strangely affected, when we were returning, by the sight of a ring-bolt well drilled into a rock, and fastened with lead, at the head of this solitary Ambejijis Lake.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Hes not out
seeing a sight but the rock
crystal thing to seethe startling El Greco
brimming with inner lightthat
covets nothing that it has let go. This then you may know
as the hero.”
—Marianne Moore (18871972)