We're already loving Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's comic Bitch Planet, set in a space prison for women who have been "non-compliant," and this live-action trailer for the comic explains why. It perfectly captures the mix of exploitation and future dystopia.
Paul Pope's Battling Boy graphic novel was one of the best things to happen to superhero comics in the past year. And it left us wondering about Aurora West, the daughter of slain hero Haggard West. Now a sequel, the Rise of Aurora West, tells her story, and we've got an exclusive book trailer.
The long-awaited conclusion to Kim Harrison's Rachel Morgan book series, The Witch With No Name, is coming out this month. To help you get ready, here's an exclusive video where Harrison takes you into the real-life Hollows — and shows us artwork that gives a hint of what to expect.
Few fantasy series have as strong a sense of place as Richard Kadrey's L.A.-set Sandman Slim books. And here's your exclusive first look at a video where Kadrey takes you to the real-life locations where his books take place, filmed by Brady Hall. Plus read a chapter of the next Sandman Slim Book, The Getaway God!
Scott Westerfeld's new novel Afterworlds doesn't come out until September — but here's an exclusive look at an intense book trailer to tide you over. In which we meet two girls: Darcy, an aspiring author whose stories get a little too vivid. And Lizzie, a girl whose life is uncannily similar to Darcy's strange…
My book about humanity's future, Scatter, Adapt and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction, comes out in paperback next week. To celebrate, I asked amazing geek band The Doubleclicks to create a book trailer. The song they wrote is wondrous.
If you're like most people, then your favorite character in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet isn't either of the two eponymous lovers — rather, it's Benvolio. Or maybe Mercutio. In any case, Rachel Caine is retelling the play from Benvolio's perspective, with magic — and here's an exclusive book trailer.
The trailer for the French comic Kairos, by artist Ulysse Malassagne, has hooked us completely. Seriously, stop what you're doing and watch it right now.
Warren Ellis has released one exceptionally intense trailer for his latest book, Gun Machine, narrated by Wil Wheaton and illustrated by Ben Templesmith. Admittedly, we could watch an entire movie made out of Templesmith's scribbles and Warren's words. Check it out:
Here's the just-released trailer for Deadline, the much-anticipated sequel to Mira Grant's zombie blogger adventure, Feed.
It's a city on the edge of our world, full of elves and magic. It's rumored to welcome outcasts, artists, and dreamers. And now that its gates are open to humans again, teens are fleeing to Bordertown from everywhere.
Catherynne M. Valente's new novel, Habitation of the Blessed, is about a mystical figure named Prester John. Here, Valente explains the book's premise with action figures. It's the best lesson in Medieval Christian metaphysics you'll ever get on YouTube.
The book trailer for J.W. Rinzler's The Making of The Empire Strikes Back is a must-watch, full of juicy secrets. Glimpse the original script by Leigh Bracket, check out concept art, and find out how ESB almost fell through.
The publishing team behind Star Wars Death Troopers, by Joe Schreiber, held a contest to see which fans could come up with the scariest book trailer. The results were pretty fun and a little scary, even when made by tykes.