This is exactly what it says on the tin: a list of 108 solutions to the Fermi Paradox. Never again will you wonder where your setting's aliens are, or why Earth apparently has been contacted yet.
Inside, your interstellar explorers will find that...
...there is no one out there, because the evolution of sapient life cannot occur without the presence of "diversification pumps" like regular meteor... [click here for more]
On the planet Epsilon Eridani, young Tybalt Kelly dreams of one day becoming a MechWarrior—no matter how much his father hates the idea. When the local County Shu Militia starts recruiting for warrior training, Tybalt finally gets his wish. But he might not live to regret it. Because the raw, untested forces of the Shu are about to meet their baptism by fire. Unidentified 'Mech raiders have... [click here for more]
It is the 23rd Century. Across the cold void of space, alien monsters prey on humanity, infesting generation-ships, destroying colonies, and transforming humans into hosts for their foul larave. From the insectoid hive-beasts of Klaatu to the xenomorphic parasites of the outer rim, this book contains the sum total of human knowledge of the myriad forms of alien menace; where to find them… and... [click here for more]
The Succession Wars.
The Marik Civil War.
The War of '39.
The Clan Invasion.
Wolf's Dragoons were victorious in them all.
For fifty years, the five mercenary regiments of Wolf's Dragoons have been the toughest MechWarriors in the Inner Sphere. Whatever the job, whatever the odds, Jaime Wolf's Dragoons always won.
Now an aging Colonel Wolf is facing the biggest challenge of his career. And... [click here for more]
Originally written in 1913 by one of the greatest science fiction authors, this is a reprint of the book that gained H.G. Wells the title "Father of Modern Wargaming." Little Wars will appeal to science fiction fans, history buffs, students of politics and international affairs, wargamers, RPGers, and anyone else interested in the works of this great writer.
Skirmisher’s edition of Little... [click here for more]
The Politics, Literary Influences and Cultural History of Kenneth Johnson's V
When Kenneth Johnson's science fiction miniseries V premiered in 1983, it netted more than 40 percent of the television viewing audience and went on to spawn a sequel, a weekly series, novelizations, comic books and a remake. Yet the 2009 V reboot was cancelled in its second season, despite a robust premiere.... [click here for more]