|Astounding - May 1938 - cover by Schneeman|
Williamson's stories from this period are vibrant, colorful, poetic and pure pulp storytelling. The science, such as it is, gets wonky, but I could care less. It's the tale that counts and Williamson was one of the best and instilling a sense of wonder and adventure that fans of pulp look for.
There is a second part to The Legion of Time that I have yet to read called After Worlds End. As soon as I do, I'll be posting about it here.