Armageddon – Through wars and conquests and societal “reorganizations”, Ray Bradbury writes about the “endings” of things in these five science fiction stories. From the most personal and singular, to the most public and cosmic all things must come to an end.
Professor Jameson’s Adventures in the Universe Vol.3 – wherein the good Professor meets biological Zoromes, engages in a Space War with other mechanical men, and avoids becoming lunch for some very odd metal-eating creatures.
Professor Jameson’s Adventures in the Universe Vol.2 – The second volume of the explorations of Professor Jameson. Forty million years after his death, Professor Jameson’s brain is reanimated and placed into a mechanical body. His adventures in his second, immortal life take him across the universe.
Professor Jameson’s Adventures in the Universe Vol.1 – Forty million years after his death, Professor Jameson’s brain is reanimated and placed into a mechanical body. His adventures in his second, immortal life take him across the universe.
The Lanson Screen and Other Stories – Four stories of conflict, war, espionage, and the end of the world.
A Martian Odyssey – Jarvis, on a scouting mission for the first expedition to explore Mars, finds himself shipwrecked and must walk back to his base. On his journey he meets a variety of new lifeforms. Much like a modern Odysseus, Jarvis must survive the unknown, the harsh climate, and the monsters that would devour him, on his quest to return to his base.
Spacehounds of IPC – When a space liner is crippled and hijacked by aliens, two survivors of the attack make their way to Ganymede where they set up a base to regain their freedom. This results in an interplanetary war.
The Shadow Out of Time – A brilliant word picture which weaves time, archeology and brain travel into a fascinating narrative of explorative science.
Centaurus – A story about a time traveling Roman centurian, space aliens, flying saucers, the FBI, loose women, and booze. Lots of booze.