Retro-futurism as it was depicted in the pulp magazines of the 30s, 40s and 50s took readers on some pretty wild rides. But just where did they go? That’s today’s seven words or less challenge …

Boldly seeking out new life and new civilizations has led our hapless crew to finding this new planet that looks familiar, yet filled with uninspired inhabitants wearing drab clothing and listening to their parents’ music. Totally squares-ville, man. For those of you who are interested, this is the cover image for the story “Discover The Amazing Secret of … the Square Earth!” which appeared in MYSTERY IN SPACE Vol. 1 #22 (Nov. 1954). The artist is Murphy Anderson.
In Seven Words or Less …

What name do you give this new world when you put it on the Inter-galactic Registry of Planets?

If it helps, this is an L-7 class planet.

Please leave your comment in the comments section, below.

How to Play

Post your answer in the comments section below. It must be seven words or less in length in order to qualify as an entry in our weekly drawing for a $20 Amazon Gift Card. You can also post your comments on our Facebook page and in our YouTube Community. And here’s the best part: you can enter as many times as you’d like.

Have fun!