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Mars in Pop Culture throughout the 20th century
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Giovanni Schiaparelli's Discovery.
"The War of the Worlds" by H.G Wells
"Gullivar of Mars" by Edwin Lester Arnold
"Red Star" by Alexander Bognadov.
"A Trip to Mars" by Thomas Edison
"Princess of Mars" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
"Aelita" by A.N Tolstoy
"A Martian Odyssey" by Stanley G. Wenbaum
"Out of the Silent Planet" by C.S Lewis
"Red Planet" by Robert A. Heinlein
"Last and First Men" by Olaf Stapledon
Marvin the Martian
Aelita: Queen of Mars
Flash Gordon: Mars Attacks the World
Red Planet Mars
The War of the Worlds (Film adaptation)
"No Man Friday" by Rex Gordon
Queen of Blood
Shift of inspirational focus from expeditions to Mars to "Life on Mars"
First Successful landing on Mars
Lobster Man from Mars
"Watchmen" (Graphic Novel) by Alan Moore
"Birth of Fire" by Jerry Pournelle
Invaders from Mars
Cowboy Bebop : The Movie
Princess of Mars
"Voyage" by Steven Baxter
"Life on Mars" by David Bowie
"Teenagers from Mars" by the Misfits
"Blues on Planet Mars" by Sun Ra
"Bird Dream of Olympus Mons" by the Pixies
Film and Television are coming to the forefront of pop culture
Increasing space exploration and successful contact with Mars.
Musical Artists also began referencing Mars in their works
"Ballrooms of Mars" by T.Rex
Observations by Nikola Tesla.
Growth in the genre of 'Horror"
Science Fiction is now commonplace in popular media.
1910s to 1920s
1930s and 1940s
1950s and 1960s
1970s and 1980s
1990s and 2010s
End of 19th Century and Early 1900s
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