Here are the illustrations from the third part of When Worlds Collide by Phillip Wylie and Edwin Balmer as published in Blue Book Magazine, November 1932.
The magazine is still enthusiastic about the novel. Here’s what they had to say about it this issue.
Not many stories, of course, can give you all or even most of these things. Yet now and then some special achievement really does this. Consider in this light, for instance, “When Worlds Collide,” by Edwin Balmer and Philip Wylie: it offers you new ideas to think about, new facts to know, interesting people—and in the climax a place fire-new indeed to visit!The Editor of Blue Book