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Space Encyclopedia and The Old West

Written and illustrated by David A. Aguilar (accompanied by full-color photos). National Geographic Kids' Space Encyclopedia gives kids (and adults) a first-hand look at our fascinating universe.

 
Charlie Brown and Snoopy

Long before the Peanuts gang starred in their computer animated film Peanuts creator Charles Schulz wrote several Peanuts stories that were translated into traditional cell animation films.

20 MechatroWeGo 2

Wouldn't it be cool if you could own a robot that allows you to be a passenger inside and control its movements?

 
Star Talk and The National Parks

How would you like to know the answer---to everything?!  Well, almost everything-or at least what we know or have theories about.

The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction, #727, September/October

A special David F&SF Gerrold issue!





Previews, September

COMIC BOOKS & GRAPHIC NOVELS

Motor Girl #1 l ABSTRACT STUDIOS

Pink Panther Volume 1 TP l AMERICAN MYTHOLOGY PRODUCTIONS

WWW: Then. Now. Forever. #1 l BOOM! STUDIOS


Collectible Television Memorabilia,
RO-RO Handbook and Enter The Drones

I love watching TV, especially old TV shows from the 1950s to the 1980s.  The 1960s is my favorite era.


The Herculoids and iZOMBiE

I was born in the mid-1950s but most of my childhood and young teenage years were spent in the 1960s.

Star Trek The Official Guide To Our Universe

Star Trek The Original Series aired for three years on NBC TV from 1966 to 1969.


Jeopardy!, Tension,

This That & Everything and Urban Myth

Has your 'life' become nothing more than a 'trivial pursuit'?  Has your time become 'monopolized' and mundane?  Are you ready to take a 'risk' and take-on a new 'operation'?

Scheer, Curtainside, Le Centaure
and Operation Cobra

As a young boy I loved putting together ship model kits.  At the time I could purchase 10-cent ships and within a few minutes have a whole fleet of ships.  As I grew older I graduated to larger ship models that required more skill, patience and time to put together.

Mycroft Holmes And The Apocalypse Handbook #1

Mycroft Holmes: Sherlock's older, and smarter, brother.  He is a spoiled, privileged, obnoxious and brilliant college student who prefers to challenge, mock and spar with his professors, drink and party to excess and have sex with married women-preferably his professors' wives.

The Impossible Has Happened The Life And Work Of Gene Roddenberry Creator Of Star Trek

Dubbed "The Great Bird Of The Galaxy' by his fan, friends and foes, Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry was either a sinner or a saint (or both) depending on who you talk to.

Code Black Season One

CBS/Paramount presents the entire first season of the hit TV medical series: Code Black.

Imagine working at the most hectic and notorious Emergency Room in the nation. 

 
Doc Savage and Route 66

When I was a young teenager I happened across a Doc Savage book that featured a James Bama painted cover.  Intrigued, I bought it, read it and really enjoyed it.

The Bronze

We've all met someone like this.  A person who lives for a past moment of glory or a pivotal event in their lives.




 

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