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10 Noir Protagonists in Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books Even Weirder than Detective Pikachu

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10 Noir Protagonists in Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books Even Weirder than Detective Pikachu

If your first thought upon seeing the trailer for Detective Pikachu (in theaters today, pika pika!) was something along the lines of “wait, Pikachu...
The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of July 2018

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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of July 2018

For two decades, Jim Killen has served as the science fiction and fantasy book buyer for Barnes & Noble. Every month on Tor.com and the B&N...
From A Certain Point of View Proves the Star Wars Galaxy Is Much Weirder Than You Remember

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From A Certain Point of View Proves the Star Wars Galaxy Is Much Weirder Than You Remember

Star Wars turned forty years old this year, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than with the new anthology From a Certain Point of...
Killing Is My Business Deepens the Mystery of Its Robot Noir

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Killing Is My Business Deepens the Mystery of Its Robot Noir

Raymond Electromatic is the world’s last robot—and a private eye turned for-profit hitman. In this line of work, being mostly indestructible helps, but...
6 Robots Too Smart for Their Own Good

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6 Robots Too Smart for Their Own Good

Robots, man. You can’t live without them (unless you vacuum the old-fashioned way), and quite often, you can’t live with them—at least, not without...
Why “Decopunk” Deserves to Be Bigger than Steampunk

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Why “Decopunk” Deserves to Be Bigger than Steampunk

A couple decades and a few art movements down the road from steampunk lies the world of decopunk. Drawing from the sleek, streamlined, futuristic...
This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Towers of Bone, Killer Clones, and Dreamlike Tones

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This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Towers of Bone, Killer Clones, and Dreamlike Tones

The last week in September closes out an amazing month for new SFF with another towering stack of exciting new books. There’s something here for...
Robot Noir: Talking with Adam Christopher about Raymond Chandler, Machine Men, and Made to Kill

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Robot Noir: Talking with Adam Christopher about Raymond Chandler, Machine Men, and Made to Kill

The mega-prolific Adam Christopher has flitted from genre to genre since the 2011 publication of his debut novel Empire State, flitting from thriller, to...
New Book Roundup: Antisocial Networking, Deep Space Military Intrigue, and Working on a Billion-Year Plan

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New Book Roundup: Antisocial Networking, Deep Space Military Intrigue, and Working on a Billion-Year Plan

A new novel from a multi-award winner, continuations of two SF epics, and the revival of an under-appreciated urban fantasy series are among this...
Exclusive Cover Reveal: The Dead Stars by Adam Christopher

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Exclusive Cover Reveal: The Dead Stars by Adam Christopher

I’m not ashamed to admit that I regularly read books because of their covers. Some might call it shallow, but, well, that’s what they are...

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