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What fantasy and science fiction share is a preoccupation with "other" worlds-science fiction with a universe that predictably follows laws of nature; fantasy with a universe boundlessly extended by the author's imagination.
More than 70 years after Buck Rogers first rocketed past the moon, fantasy and science fiction fans still dream of a world without traffic jams, world wars and the limits of Mother Earth.
Baen publishers a host of fine fantasy and science fiction all with their special brand of focus on politics and space struggles, and the latest new arrivals are no disappointment, in true keeping with Baen's policy of producing politically-charged, action-packed stories.
S, Gen Con is an annual destination for fans of adventure games, fantasy and science fiction.
As genre films continue to dominate the box office, the 31-year-old non-profit Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films honors the world's most popular films with multiple nominations going to "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" and "Minority Report," each of which garnered 10 nominations, including Best Picture for fantasy and science fiction, respectively.
NYSE:MWY), a leading software industry publisher and developer, announced today that Rodney Matthews, a world-renowned fantasy and science fiction illustrator, has created artwork and concepts for Midway's groundbreaking action and fantasy console videogame, Haven: Call Of The King(TM), which is scheduled to ship Nov.
NASDAQ: DISK), today announced the DVD release of two award-winning feature films about the life and work of pioneering fantasy and science fiction filmmaker George Pal.
Wizards of the Coast is also one of the world's leading fantasy and science fiction book publishers and is a publisher of adventure games such as the classic Dungeons & Dragons(R) games, family card and board games and electronic media products.