Lost Mars The Unpublished Martian Stories of Ray Bradbury by Marc Scott Zicree A man peers through a hole in a wall. “What do you see?”  his companion asks. “Wonderful things,” Howard Carter replies, the first man to lay eyes on the Tomb of King Tutankhamen in millennia. Key among that assemblage of royal bric-a-brac, a treasure among treasures, is a gleaming mask of gold and lapis, blind eyes and perfect lips. The year is 1922.  Soon enough, a young…