“He breaks all the rules,” said the Everett (Washington) Herald, getting to the very heart of L. Ron Hubbard’s ten-volume magnum opus of intergalactic adventure and gale-force social satire, Mission Earth. “The old master has created a new genre and a veritable blockbuster,” the newspaper went on, “and moves the art of science fiction into a new realm of entertainment as well as education.”
Launched on the heels of Battlefield Earth, wickedly funny, and with a host of unique characters, we also commissioned artists to depict scenes from the wildly inventive and thought-provoking Mission Earth bestselling series.
Today, a selection of lithographic reproductions is still available. This includes Gerry Grace’s cover art for the original ten-volume dekalogy, a series of spirited, bold, and iconic paintings.