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A Pictorial History of Science Fiction Films contains arguably the most complete list of movies produced between the earliest silent films to the mid-seventies
All the Wonder that Would Be by Stephen Webb takes readers into the heart of predictions and expectations as they are or have been portrayed in Science Fiction.
Trapped in Space by David Johnson is one of those fun Science Fiction stories that will inspire young readers continue reading beyond the classroom.
The Ghost Club: Newly Found Tales of Victorian Terror is a unique collection from William Meikle, as if told by some of the most classic voices in literature.
Hollyweird Science - The Next Generation shows readers where the film industry got the science right as well as where they got it wrong.
As the editor of previous anthologies, Eric J. Guignard has an obvious eye for amassing gripping short stories fandom will enjoy reading.
The Long Sunset by Jack McDevitt continues the author’s long-standing prominence in influential works of science fiction.
Suitable for both young and old and promising everything we need to know, what more would a Star Wars fan need?
A Knife, a Fork, a Bottle, and a Cork by Sean C Hayden is a post-apocalyptic novella packed with enough dystopian elements to fill a full-length novel.
With just enough twists and turns to keep the pages turning, The Continuum by Wendy Nikel revisits some of those delicate questions of time travel we all love to debate.
Be prepared to lose yourself in the darkest recesses of the mind with some of the most talented writers of the creepy macabre in Tales from The Lake Vol 4: The Horror Anthology.
Nemo Rising by C. Courtney Joyner is a fitting addition to the storied character’s legacy.
Don’t be left in the dark. Will Smith and Joel Edgerton bring the Fantasy and Science Fiction worlds together for a few bright moments in the Netflix film Bright.
IRAQ + 100 is not just an entertaining collection of science fiction short stories, but an emotional view of a distant future many of us could never imagine.
MAD Spoofs Star Wars and other SCI-FI offers a lot to talk about without spoiling anything that may still be in the theaters.
With a well scripted story intertwined with unique audio special effects, Brad Lansky and the Result War is one of those rare experiences that modern fans of science fiction should try.
Amigo Comics short series The Last Hunt includes elements from all of our favorite genres - and beyond.
Frankenstein Dreams: A Connoisseur’s Collection of Victorian Science Fiction is a gallery of literary wonder edited by Michael Sims
Port of Earth brings readers back to their science fiction roots with a terrifying near future, aliens have arrived and they are offering humanity an interesting business proposition.
Get your library card out, because you’re going to want to check out the anthology EX LIBRIS: Stories of Librarians, Libraries & Lore.
Aminoacid Boy and the Chaos Order is a unique graphic novel geared toward a select fanbase, but those familiar with creator Diego Lazzarin’s work will feel right at home.
The Thief of Destiny by Jay Requard is a compilation of wonderful little stories that make up an epic fantasy adventure of sword and sorcery.
The dynamic correlation between basic storytelling and the emotional imagery of poetic lyrics takes center stage in the latest publications from DMR Books
The latest addition in the popular Marvel Legacy series, Spirits of Vengeance - War at the Gates of Hell #1 is fun with a lot of bite.
Thread of a Spider by D. L. Gardner is an absorbing story filled with courage and charm that smoothly combines elements of both history and fantasy.
A well-balanced mixture of science fiction, romance, and mystery, After Bees by B. C. Nyren is less about the fall of nature and more about the fall of humanity.
Sometimes, the biggest difference between mystery and horror is the authenticity of the monster. Horse of a Different Color by John L. Lansdale satisfies both.
The comic book Wolfenstein issue #1 breathes new life into the classic first-person shooter game by reaching an even wider audience through this graphic format.
The Dial by R. W. Warwick is a fun collection of short stories with varying themes and a vast range of subject matter.
Flash Gordon Sundays: Dan Barry Vol 1 – The Death Planet, 1967 – 1971 is one of those books that should be in every collector’s library.