Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea was one of my favorite TV series. It was some of the best and most exciting science fiction on TV at the time
Admiral Nelson: Seaview's job is never finished. As long as there are destructive forces in the world. As long as there are secrets of nature to be probed, believe me, they'll be work for us. On missions just as vital and as dangerous as this one.
In Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Admiral Harriman Nelson's submarine Seaview is commissioned to investigate the mysteries of the seas. Usually he, Commander Lee Crane and the crew find more problems than answers. Officially, the Seaview is used for undersea marine research and visits many exotic locations in the Seven Seas, but its secret mission is to defend the planet from all world and extraterrestrial threats.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #8 From the Frozen Wastes of Time, a Million-Year-Old Beast Comes to Life Aboard the Seaview!
"Expidition to Doomsday"
Artwork by Alberto Giolitti, with painted covers (except issue #14), through issue #16.
|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #9|
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #9 A Super Sub Bores in to Send the Seaview to the Bottom -- Forever!
"Seaview vs. the Ultra Sub"
The Seaview faces off against an enemy super-submarine.
|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #10|
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #10 Admiral Nelson Struggles to Save his Crew from Madness -- and the Seaview from Davy Jones' Locker!
|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #11|
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #11 The Seaview Takes on a Life of Its Own and Runs Amuck!
The Seaview takes on a life of it's own and runs amuck!
|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #12|
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #12 The Sea Creatures Declare War on Mankind -- and Make Seaview the Prime Target for All-Out Assult!
"The Emperor of the Ocean"
|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #13|
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #13 Blasted Into the Depths of Time, the Seaview is Menaced by Mutant Monstrosities!
"The Renegade Island"
The Seaview becomes trapped near an uncharted island with deadly monstrosities.
|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #14|
"Life and Death of the Seaview"
The only issue to have a line art cover.
|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #15 reprint of #7|
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #15 was a reprint of #7.
"Saga of the Undersea Island"
Also, the last Explorers in the Unknown back-up story, art by Jose Delbo.
|Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #16 reprint of #6|
|The Dead Sea Submarine by Alan Caillou. Terrific read!|
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #16 was a reprint of #6 (minus one page.)
"The Overland Trail"
This was the last issue of the Gold Key series, with no features.
There was a action adventure novel, Dead Sea Submarine by Alan Caillou, with the same type of plot. Amazing!
There is a great Viewmaster slide set of an episode of the TV series.
Moebius Models has come out with a large sized model of the Seaview which includes the bridge you can view through the front windows of the submarine. There is a decal set available as well as a lighting kit to bring the model to new heights.
This is the granddaddy of Seaview models! They have also released a large scale model of the original Seaview as well.
Live Large My Friends!
|Original Hermes solicitation!|
|Final Hermes Complete Series Volume 1 of 2!|