Many scholars translated the works of Jules Verne into English, but the single most prolific effort came from I.O. Evans. His translations, known as Fitzroy Edition of Jules Verne, comprised of sixty eight volumes and were highly successful commercially. It can be argued that modern annotated translations of Verne are more scholarly, but the Herculean effort of Evans is truly admirable.
Fitzroy Editions published by Ace had some great cover art. Here are a few samples:
Jules Gabriel Verne — The man who dared to think of A Journey to the Center of the Earth, the man who created Captain Nemo, the man who could fly across the world in eighty days through pure imagination. Do you know that the guru of all SF writers is the second most translated author in the world (right after Agatha Christie)? You are a sore loser if you’ve missed any of his works. To make sure you haven’t check out this complete collection of Jules Verne ebooks: