Encyclopedia of Science Fiction SC (1995 Boxtree) comic books
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1st Printing. For decades now science fiction has provided the small screen with many of its most memorable - and forgettable - moments. The best, such as Doctor Who, Star Trek, The Prisoner, and Gerry Anderson's marionation puppets, have attracted a devoted following who refuse to let their legends fade. Other, series such as Space Patrol and the Andromeda series have not been quite so fortunate, slipping into the Twilight Zone of archival television. In recent years, the enduring fascination with science fiction has spawned new classics such as Quantum Leap, the increasingly popular Babylon 5 and an exciting new dynasty of Star Trek offspring - the phenomenally successful Next Generation series and its successor, Deep Space Nine. The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction is the first definitive A-Z of the subject and brings it right up to date with the latest editions to the TV science fiction universe. Between its covers are to be found the good, the bad, and the very ugly, the classics and those who have sunk without a trace. This is your map through four decades of science fiction on television. Softcover, 6" x 9", 728 pages, B&W.