Series:Aboriginal Science Fiction
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Five years after the demise of Galileo, Charles C. Ryan started Aboriginal. The magazine suggested that the actual publisher is "A Crazy Alien" (who contributes editorials to each issue), and that the target audience for the magazine is the aboriginal natives currently inhabiting Earth.
Like Omni and the later Science Fiction Age, Aboriginal was printed entirely on slick paper, with each story accompanied by a full-page illustration. The magazine produced its last issue in the spring of 2001, and then merged with Absolute Magnitude.