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New Horizons is a gen series of novels and collection of short stories by Leigh Arnold.
New Horizons 1 is subtitled, "Survivor." I contains 53 pages, published in 1985 and was illustrated by Phred.
New Horizons 2 is subtitled, "Revelations." It contains 32 pages, was published in 1985 and was illustrated by Phred.
New Horizons 3 is subtitled, "Figurehead." It was published in 1985, contains 40 pages, and was illustrated by Phred.
New Horizons 4-6 contains three stories and is 86 pages long. It was published in July 1986 (reprinted in January1988), and contains art by Tei Ruki, in the style of Aubrey Beardsley.
- Challenge (New Horizons series, part 4) 28 pages
- Liberator (New Horizons series, part 5) 31 pages
- Cat (New Horizons series, part 6) 26 pages
New Horizons 7-9 was published in 1987 (second printing 1988), contains 138 pages, and the art is by Dani Lane.
New Horizons 10-12 was published in 1988 and contains 168 pages. The art is by Joanne Christy.
- Part 10: Treasure (1)
- Part 11: Chances (53)
- Part 12: Lost ( There is a quote at the beginning of this story: Like a vision like a face, Coming out of the sky, You were there not a dream You were there in my eyes, There are no words to say, I can see you in the distance, Hear you through the night, Is it a dream" Is it a dream coming true? -- Justin Hayward & John Lodge) (120)
New Horizons 13 is not a separate zine. It is a story that appears in Magnificent Seven #9 and is called, "Return of the Queen."