All Hail Our Robot Conquerors!

All Hail Our Robot Conquerors!

All Hail Our Robot Conquerors!

All Hail Our Robot Conquerors!



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The robots of the 50s and 60s science fiction movies and novels captured our hearts and our imaginations. Their clunky, bulbous bodies with their clear domed heads, whirling antennae, and randomly flashing lights staggered ponderously across the screen and page and into our souls--whether as a constant companion or as the invading army threatening to exterminate our world. We can never return to that innocent time, where the robot overlords could be identified by their burning red eyes or our trusty robot sidekick would warn us instantly of danger--

Or can we?

With a touch of nostalgia and a little tongue-in-cheek humor, here are fifteen stories from today's leading science fiction and fantasy authors that take us back to the time of evil robot overlords, invading armies, and not-quite-trustworthy mechanical companions. Join Julie E. Czerneda, Brandon Daubs, Tanya Huff, Brian Trent, L.E. Modesitt, Jr., Jason Palmatier, Jez Patterson, Gini Koch, Lauren Fox, Sharon Lee & Steve Miller, Philip Brian Hall, Rosemary Edghill, R. Overwater, Helen French, and Seanan McGuire as we step into the future with a nod to the past. Hold on to those stun guns. You may need them!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158792908
Publisher: Zombies Need Brains LLC
Publication date: 09/01/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 217
Sales rank: 930,506
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Joshua Palmatier and Patricia Bray are the editors of seven sci-fi/fantasy anthologies, including AFTER HOURS: TALES FROM THE UR-BAR, THE MODERN FAE'S GUIDE TO SURVIVING HUMANITY, CLOCKWORK UNIVERSE: STEAMPUNK VS ALIENS, TEMPORALLY OUT OF ORDER, ALIEN ARTIFACTS, WERE-, and of course ALL HAIL OUR ROBOT CONQUERORS! Watch for more anthologies from them from the small press Zombies Need Brains.
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