Buck Rogers in the 25th Century!

Everyone has gone to see a movie adaption of a book and heard someone say, “The book was much better than the movie!”  Most readers have probably said that exact thing on a number of occasions.  And, generally,…

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Science Fiction Comics, Part 5

It has been quite some time since last we looked at what the world of graphic fiction had to offer fans of science fiction.  So, today we will take another look at some of the exciting stories out…

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Keith Laumer, Part 4: Bolo

Over the last few weeks, we have looked at all of the Baen reissue editions of Keith Laumer’s works, featuring all ten volumes: Retief! (along with William H. Keith, Jr.’s Retief’s Peace), Odyssey, Keith Laumer: The Lighter Side,…

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Keith Laumer, Part 3

As the title implies, this is the third part of our look at the works of Keith Laumer, an author sadly being forgotten in the wave of modern science fiction.  In “Keith Laumer, Part 1,” we explored the…

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Keith Laumer, Part 2

Last week, in the first part of our detailed look into Keith Laumer and the Baen reissues of his work, we explored the first three volumes released by Baen (Retief!, Odyssey, and Keith Laumer: The Lighter Side) as…

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Edward Lee and Horrific Science Fiction

Last time, we discussed “Thrillers with a Science Fiction Edge.”  Continuing our trip along the outskirts of the genre, today we will explore the region where science fiction overlaps with the realm of horror.  While the subgenre has…

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Thrillers With a Science Fiction Edge

Thrillers With a Science Fiction Edge Frequently, exploring the edges of the science fiction genre expands the reading possibilities of most genre readers.  Sometimes it is near future murder mysteries, or science fantasy, other times it is science…

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Science Fiction Comics, Part 4

In one of my earlier articles here at Digital Science Fiction, “Marvel Cosmic, Part 1: Annihilation, or Marvel Comics Rediscovers the Cosmic,” I began to take a look at comics in the science fiction genre.  I am retroactively…

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