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Games
  More and more companies are employing well developed narrative threads in their games. This transforms the games into much more than just a shootem-up. Games are becoming an alternate expression of literature -- abounding with plots, subplots, charracter development and narrative.


Movies
  Some of the very first films made were basically science fiction. The scene of a rocket in the eye of the man in the moon is one of the very first images to find its way onto celluloid. Science fiction has maintained its position as an important genre in films to this day. Contrary to popular believe science fiction has had a profound role in films long before Star Wars and Star Trek.


TeleVision
  If not for Emeril Live, the History Channel, and science fiction I doubt many of us would bother with broadcast television. Fortunately science fiction now plays a major role in television. This includes the big three, the SciFi Channel, and an abundance of satellite stations carrying a major backlog of science fiction features.


Print
  Books, magazines, ezines, and comix -- it it involves words and/or images on paper or pixel screens you'll find it referenced here.


Audio
  Radio plays and a growing resource of vibrant new content called podcasts can be found in this category.


Galleries
  Art has been a major component of science fiction from the beginning. Pulp covers, illios, movie production, and more have all relied upon the creative talents of visual artists. They have brought us glimpses into foreign realms and future landscapes.

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