The trilogy is complete. It’s time to look behind the curtain.
The most comprehensive Firefly companion book is available now.
The visual companion to the game is an impressive display of dissonant design.
This recently published art book illustrates the hi-tech visuals of the long-awaited Halo 4.
The first volume of the new Flash Gordon collection is a colorful treat for fans of the form.
With Prometheus only just finishing up a successful box-office run, and soon coming to Blu-ray, an art book is a good home companion to the film.
Joss Whedon: The Complete Companion is a collection of essays and articles about the veteran genre director and his various productions.
Titan recently re-released Philip Jose Farmer’s alternate history sci-fi adventure novel, The Other Log of Phileas Fogg, an obscure novel, which has not seen a printing for nearly forty years.
Zach Wienersmith’s interactive novel is a challenging and interesting narrative, if a bit juvenile.
Bryan Dietrich’s The Assumption is far from a typical book of poems, but we were already congnizant of this from reading previous works such as the phenomenal Prime Directive.
David Kowalski ‘s The Company of the Dead starts out well, as we are thrown headlong into a time-traveling action story.
This book of fantasy poetry will delight the fairy tale fan.
The Black Wings of Cthulhu is a collection of twenty-one stories, each with a theme or structure similar to the classic horror tales of H.P. Lovecraft.
Sherlock Holmes on Screen: The Complete Film and Television History is a well researched guide to every television and film adaptation of Sherlock Holmes up until last year.
Blood on the Mink was originally written over 50 years ago, when it appeared, under the pseudonym Ray McKensie, in the final issue of Trapped Detective Story Magazine, one of the last remaining pulp magazines.
Tales from Development Hell: The Greatest Movies Never Made? tells the stories of some of the most involved film development processes in the industry.
In the 1950’s, horror cinema was still in its infancy, and at the top of that game was Hammer Films.
Captain Nemo: The Fantastic Adventures of a Dark Genius by Kevin J. Anderson is a fictional biography of Andre Nemo, who, according to the tale, is the real figure behind the stories of Jules Verne.
Coyote’s Kiss by Crista Faust is a tie-in novel for the Sixth season of Supernatural, taking place between the episodes of Caged Heat and Appointment in Samara.
There are only a handful of artists who paint nearly all of the science fiction book covers we see. At the forefront of this insular industry is Chris Foss, who has painted covers for hundreds of books, and sketched conceptual drawings for many films.