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  1. says:

    Watching Brian Cox s latest series, he brought out a favoured book from his childhood, a fictional history of spaceflight 2000 2100 already, as he noted, in large part invalidated And suddenly it came back to me that I d never had that though it looked ace , but I did have something very similar This, in fact Whose author turns out to be a pseudonym of Stewart Cowley, author of Cox s beloved book Apparently these works are considered inferior to those released under his own name Perhaps that s why Cox s faith in the future has proved resilient than mine.


  2. says:

    I have had two of the previous series of these amazing books Great Space Battles, and Spaceships 2000 to 2100 AD, in my collection for literally 40 years I loved them as a kid and would spend endless hours staring at the art collected from the covers of other books and magazines The text is a creative attempt to pull images created for disparate stories into a sort of guidebook of the future This book is smaller and a bit less robust in its worldbuilding that the previous titles, and not all of the art particularly shines, but the charm is entirely intact This is one of those books that rely almost entirely on a level of nerd love that few possess, but those of us who do, will not be disappointed.


  3. says:

    One of my aunts gave me this sci fi book when I was four I loved the pictures but never read than the captions until now A series of profiles of worlds and their inhabitants from a future Federation of planets, it packs a surprising amount of world building in its scant 62 pages, along with beautiful illustrations Makes me wish I was still running RPGs, it would be a great source of ideas.


  4. says:

    I ssuspect many science fiction fans of a certain age will fondly remember the Galactic Encounters books from the 1980 s Caldwell cobbles together a collection of SF illustrations mostly used previously as book covers and presents them as a futuristic guidebook to the alien species and worlds of the galaxy I admit the conceit is sometimes a little bit corny, but I love the imaginative in world feel of the book, as if was actually a reference work from a future century.


  5. says:

    I loved this series of Galactic Explorations books as a kid I enjoyed this one now hadn t read it before , although my copy of the book basically fell apart as I read it.


  6. says:

    If you always wondered what some of the critters in your favorite SiFi book looked like here is the book for you Great art book Recommended