Max Gladstone’s novel Two Serpents Rise came out in 2013, but Glinda Chen has put together a wonderful animated book trailer for the first installment of his Craft Sequence novels.
Cory Doctorow's gamer-girl graphic novel In Real Life, created with artist Jen Wang, comes out next week — but we've got the official book trailer right here, right now. Including some amazing artwork, and a glimpse at Doctorow's shiny fictional MMO.
Gene Yang blew our minds with American Born Chinese and Boxers & Saints — not to mention the Avatar: The Last Airbender comic. So we're thrilled to be able to premiere the book trailer for his new graphic novel The Shadow Hero, exclusively at io9. It's the origin story of an Asian American superhero from the 1930s.
Check out an exclusive first look at the thrilling book trailer for the Return of Zita the Spacegirl, the triumphant conclusion to the graphic novel trilogy about Zita and her space-faring adventures. So much killer action. And below, writer/artist Ben Hatke explains what he's learned from doing this series.
We've been waiting far, far too long for a new book from Mike Carey, author of the Felix Castor books and also writer of such great comics as The Unwritten, Lucifer and My Faith in Frankie. So rejoice in the book trailer for his new book, The Girl With All the Gifts.
Catherynne M. Valente's "Fairyland" books have captured the imaginations of readers of all ages. And in case you've missed out, we've got the exclusive debut of a book trailer that explains the series. Plus here are the first two chapters of her brand new book, The Girl Who Soared Over Fairyland and Cut the Moon in…
Check out the book trailer for Phoebe North's new young-adult novel Starglass, which comes out a month from now. It's a great example of using text and images to set up the book's themes, in a way that's actually quite moving.
Check out this fascinating book trailer for the new book The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations, and Business by Google's Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen. Created by the Draw Shop, it outlines just how Schmidt and Cohen see your world changing soon.
Paolo Bacigalupi returns to the world of his young adult novel Ship Breaker with the new Drowned Cities, and we've got an exclusive look at the desolate book trailer. The visuals are pretty amazing, including ruined cities and interiors choked with vegetation. Plus a pretty grabby narration that ends with quite a…
Erin Cosgrove created this dark, weird trailer for Ben Marcus' new novel, The Flame Alphabet. Billed as "an intellectual horror story," it's the tale of a world-ending disease that spreads through language. Only children are immune.
Now that the Hunger Games trilogy is over, what's the next dystopian saga for teens (and loads of adults) to sink into? One title that's being mentioned is Ally Condie's Matched. Here's your exclusive first look at the book trailer.
A zombie outbreak hits a Star Trek convention, and a group of fans has to find their inner James Kirks and Worfs. That's the premise of Quirk Books' Night of the Living Trekkies. Check out the surprisingly great book trailer.
Tim Kring created Heroes, the show that blew our minds for one season, then tried our patience for three more. And now his long-awaited book project Shift is coming out. Here are five reasons you should watch the book trailer.
I don't know what's more exciting: The fact that the third Hunger Games book comes out in a month, or the fact that a science-fictional young adult series is generating Twilight-style excitement. In either case, here's a new book trailer!
Book trailers are always a bit like low-budget short films, but this trailer for Scott Sigler's bio-horror film Ancestor relishes its exploitation movie cred. It's flesh-rippingly awesome, and more than enough to get you primed for mad-science nastiness.
Miller's piece points to several uninspiring book trailers for non-science fiction books, and actually singles out the trailer for Scott Westerfeld's Leviathan as a rare example of the good book trailer. Writes Miller:
Here's archival footage of military experiments with giant lizards during World War II. We reviewed Morrow's book Shambling Towards Hiroshima, and here's an exclusive look at the trailer. NSFLH="not safe for lizard-haters."