The greatest era of paperback cover images is brought to glorious life along with fond remembrance in The Art of Pulp Fiction: An Illustrated History of Vintage Fiction.
Marie Gilbert looks at the new sci-fi film Solitary, set in 2044 during a global population explosion.
2001 meets JFK meets We3 in Primordial, a frighteningly revisionist history, sci-fi miniseries.
Mazebook is a labyrinthian story of love and loss and the search for peace, full of emotion and human truth.
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Echolands is fresh and exciting and a marvel to behold, courtesy of creators J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman.
We keep sending messages out into space hoping for a reply. But what happens when an alien race takes us up on the offer?
Already seeded in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Comics looks to entice curious readers with their time travelling big-bad: Kang The Conqueror!
While we eagerly anticipate the big screen release of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune later this year, get in deep with sci-fi’s most ferocious warriors, the Sardaukar!
Fiction and pop culture legends Vern, Swift, Burroughs and Harryhausen all find their influence in the new high-adventure series, Bermuda!
Experience the direct sequel to 1986’s Aliens, in Marvel Comics’ next installment in the terrifying, fan-favourite, science fiction franchise!
As we exit our own world-shaping pandemic, Sweet Tooth is a near-time science fiction epic about survival at the end of the world that makes for perfect for summer reading.