Arctic Adventure

Arctic Adventure cover

Arctic Adventure cover

Brains is the genius behind International Rescue’s technology. Besides designing and upgrading all of their equipment, he constantly develops and tests new products and processes, sometimes in partnership with outside interests. Eager to try out a new stealth system of his invention, Brains teams up with Humboldt Aviation to install his system on their new aircraft, the V-17. On the first test flight, the V-17 is shot down over the arctic by agents of the outlaw state of Reznia. With the aircraft shattered and partly buried in the ice, Brains and the V-17’s pilot are injured and unable to free themselves. Although Brains is able to contact International Rescue for recovery, the Reznians are also converging on the crash site in order to claim the wreckage for their research. Can the rest of International Rescue find and retrieve Brains and the V-17 pilot before the Reznians can capture them and the crashed plane?

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About the author, Anthony Taylor:

I’m a writer and producer. My most recent book is Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: The Complete Series – Volume 2, which includes reprints of the vintage Gold Key comic book stories. I also wrote The Future was FAB: The Art of Mike Trim, chronicling artist Mike Trim’s career designing models and special effects for Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, UFO, and illustrating the cover for Jeff Wayne’s musical War of the Worlds album.

I’m also the creator of Sleighted: The Vintage Magic Blog, which can be found online at Sleighted covers all aspects of vintage magic, magicians and the culture of retro theatrical magic from sleight of hand to grand illusion.
I was one of the forces behind the documentary film, Full Boost Vertical: The Supercar Story, the definitive behind the scenes look at the Supermarionation television series. The DVD of Full Boost Vertical is available at

I was a monthly columnist for Toy Shop Magazine for 12 years covering garage kits and sci-fi collectibles. I was a regular contributor and editor for the British magazine Sci-Fi & Fantasy Models International, and contributed a chapter on the Flying Sub miniatures from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea for the book From Sketch to Screen. My articles have appeared in FilmFax, Amazing Figure Modeler, Effects Special, Modeler’s Resource, and many other magazines. I also designed and co-edited CultTVMan’s Ultimate Modeling Guide to the Jupiter II as well as CultTVMan’s Ultimate Modeling Guide to Classic Sci-Fi Movies, available at

For more information on The Future was FAB: The Art of Mike Trim, visit the artist’s website at

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