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From audiobook to hardcover print, The Dispatcher is a quick, entertaining read by John Scalzi that will have you anxiously flipping the pages till the end.
The Unmoving Stars is a fast-paced story that will take readers thousands of light-years away to discover that man’s worst enemy is still man.
Blade of the Destroyer by Andy Peloquin is what you might consider an epic journey of discovery set in a dark, violent world of malevolence…and the antagonists are just as vile.
A little different from what readers may be accustomed to from Marvel Comics, Star Wars Droids – Unplugged is still an entertaining look at droid life in that galaxy far far away.
With a penchant for literary wit, author Ira Nayman shows readers why The Multiverse is a Nice Place to Visit, But I Wouldn’t Want to Live There.
Twelve Days by Steven Barnes is a thriller, pure and simple. A good measure for new readers to discover the author’s writing style and skill.
The Mummy: Palimpsest is a classic adventure packed with entertainment for hardcore fans of comics, horror and pulp classic films.
Sunjammer by Arthur C. Clarke is just one of seven stories editor Terry Carr selected for The Infinite Arena anthology, a cohesive mixture of sports and classic science fiction many fans will enjoy.
“Rockets. Robots. Death Rays. Mad Science. The future that never was is back,” in the debut novel Slaves of the Switchboard of Doom by retro-futurist illustrator Bradley W. Schenck
Cosmos by Carl Sagan is a fine companion to the hard copy and an even better introduction for those new to this informative examination of our universe.
Three Ghosts in a Black Pumpkin by Erika M. Szabo and Joe Bonadonna is a Halloween adventure that can be read year-round.
Edited by Matthew Bright, the soon to be released anthology Clockwork Cairo is a stellar collection of stories mixing the gothic nuances of Steampunk and the exotic grandeur of Egyptian lore.
The cult classic Freeway Fighter originally created by Ian Livingstone makes a spectacular comeback as it roars into your favorite comic book stores.
Omon Ra by Victor Pelevin mixes historical global perception with the fictional absurdity of the military sciences dictated by a political climate that we can only hope is purely satirical.
Giving a nod to greats like Jules Verne and Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Yes-Men of Venus is a roller-coaster ride filled with over-the-top ideas and silliness.
If Quentin Tarantino wrote a western space opera, you would end up with something like John M. Whalen’s raucous “This Ray Gun for Hire . . . and Other Tales."
Asking the ultimate “what if” question, Memortality by Stephen H. Provost is a fast-paced adventure filled with more questions than it answers. And that’s okay.
The Mars Run by Chris Gerrib a fast-paced introduction to a trilogy that takes readers into the dark universe of pirating and space travel in a not so distant future.
The eerie stories behind the Grimm Tales of Terror comics examine some of the most popular fictional events from film, literature, and anywhere else one might find twisted elements of the imagination.
A lot happened between Skull Mountain and the Empire State Building. Will Murray fills the void with this colossal confrontation between two iconic characters in King Kong vs Tarzan.
Science Fiction by Scientists: An Anthology of Short Stories will raise a few eyebrows in the science world and broaden the imagination of fans in the science fiction world.
A touch of history, classic literature, and some fresh ideas to keep you on your toes, Wrathbone and Other Stories by Jason Parent is a solid collection of horror.
In Mad Shadows II: Dorgo the Dowser and the Order of the Serpent, author Joe Bonadonna has a knack for setting the scene and drawing readers in.
Doc Savage’s daring cousin takes center stage in the new novel from Atlus Press, Pat Savage: Six Scarlet Scorpions by Kenneth Robinson
The first issue of Joe Haldeman’s six-part The Forever War series hits the shelves once again at your favorite comic store on Wednesday, February 15th, 2017.
DC: The New Frontier by Darwyn Cooke has a powerful message that should be experienced by those interested in both history and the DC universe.
Celebrity Chef Zombie Apocalypse takes readers on the twisted journey of celebrity chef Floyd Rampant, brought back to life after being dead for fifteen years. What could go wrong?
Murder on the Einstein Express and Other Stories by Harun Šiljak stretches the parameters of science and fiction by bringing mathematics and physics to life in four short stories.
Miniatures: The Very Short Fiction of John Scalzi is a new audiobook from Audible Studios presenting a sampling of the author’s shorter work, including four pieces exclusive to this collection.
Introducing fresh voices and works in science fiction for and by the people who care most about the genre, the website Shoreline of Infinity shows why “talent should be rewarded.”