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Marvel Comics relaunches the "Alien" comic book franchise in 2021 with this terrifying tale of a Weyland-Yutani mercenary battling a new breed of xenomorph creature.
The acclaimed graphic designer and comics creator explores extreme typographic territory in this wild first contact tale.
The veteran "Star Wars" author takes a deep dive into the first season production process of Disney+'s "The Mandalorian" in a beautiful new coffee table gift book
Five "Star Wars" authors share thoughts on this dream team of elite writers delivering new Jedi tales for "The High Republic" books and comics coming in 2021.
Claudia Gray and Eric Zawadzki bring Superman's home planet to life in an explosive new YA trilogy set on the legendary world
Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson, and Raúl Allén deliver a stunning new adaptation of "Dune" like you've never seen it before.
London-based Titan Books releases a detailed account of one of Starfleet's most revered captains in author Uma McCormack's "The Autobiography of Kathryn Janeway."
An all-star roster of talent lends magic to Boom! Studios' new "Firefly: Watch How I Soar" graphic novel showcasing hotshot pilot Hoban 'Wash' Washburn.
From the astrophysical topics to the inspiring tales of women in space, we've compiled the best space books that are on Amazon and on sale right now — just in time for Prime Day.
Marvel Comics has just revealed an early peek at the new "Star War: The High Republic" comic book series
MIT astronomer Sara Seager has a quest: to find a second Earth. That scientific quest has developed and persisted against the backdrop of a personal life full of adventure, love and heartbreak.
Science, even science about the heavens, is done by people, astronomer Sara Seager reminds us throughout her new memoir, "The Smallest Lights in the Universe."
What if, when the U.S. went to the moon in the 1960s, it never stopped — not by choice but in desperation, as a time bomb of climate change ticked away?
Protagonist Nicole Wargin is bound for the moon base, where she spends large chunks of each year, but something went wrong with the most recent launch from the space program.