The first all science fiction periodical, started back in 1926 by Hugo Gernsback with the slogan, "Extravagant Fiction Today . . . Cold Fact Tomorrow." Stories would feature such futuristic technology as atomic energy, jet planes, space travel, radar, plastics, and computers, long before they were invented. Gernsback originally wanted to name the magazine Scientifiction, but no one was interested. In 1958, it was renamed Amazing Science Fiction, but it was changed back in 1960. It had a run of 69 years. Wizards of the Coast attempted to revive the title when they purchased TSR in 1997, and published the magazine from 1998-2000.