Winston Science Fiction Endpaper by Alex Schomburg, c. 1952-1960. - Winston Science Fiction was a series of sci-fi novels written especially for young adults, published by the John C. Winston Company of Philadelphia.
The artists behind Amar Chitra Katha are little known but the artwork can be quite distinctive even as the costuming basics remain the same. This set is from a bound series on ancient classics and the artists for each comic are listed below. Interestingly the covers are by different artists.
Impossible - Super Science Stories, November 1949. Illustration by Callé for the story The Impossible written by Ray Bradbury, described by sf historian Raymond Thompson as a ‘haunting … comment on
man’s attempts to realize his conflicting hopes and dreams’
One eye viewed the room briefly before vanishing… - Startling Stories, April 1953. Illustration by Alex Schomburg for the story by Kendell Foster Crossen entitled, Halos, Inc. - a galactic parody about power and the powerful, religion and hierarchy, and the manipulation of the masses by corporate hucksters. All in the 31st century.