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Steve Perry
[Cover] Leonard Nimoy's Primortals: Target Earth
Warner Aspect paperback
Inspired by the now-defunct comic series from Big Entertainment, which was based in part on a concept by Isaac Asimov. Highly evolved dinosaurs, whose ancestors where taken by aliens at the end of the Jurassic Age, return to Earth. But for what purpose? Is it just a visit, are they upset about the whole Jurassic Park thing, or is there more going on? And what's that biiiiig ship following them? Cue the scary music...
[Cover] Isaac Asimov's I-Bots: Time Was
& Gary Braunbeck
HarperPrism (hardcover, 4411 pages, $23 US/$33.50 Canada)
Publication date: July 1, 1998

Based on the comic book from BIG Entertainment, in turn based on a robot concept developed by Isaac Asimov and detailed in Isaac Asimov's History of I-Botics, I-Bots follows the near-future adventures of Zac Robillard, on the run with five stolen I-Bots -- fantastic cybernetic creatures of his own design which combine the strength and nobility of robots with the emotional and psychological complexity of humans. But WorldTech, the company which finianced his robotic creations, has a hidden agenda: to use the I-Bots as killers for hire. Annabelle Donahoe, WorldTech's obsessed owner, wants them back, and she's willing to stop at nothing to get them. Including hiring the world's deadliest assassin...
Men in Black
Bantam
The novelization of a movie based on comic books? Pretty common these days... Veteran MiB agent Kay and his new partner Jay enforce intergalactic immigration law. While investigating a series of unregistered close encounters, they stumble on the deadly plot of an intergalactic terrorist on a mission to assassinate ambassadors from opposing galaxies.
The Digital Effect
Ace
Once Gil Silvart was just another citizen, with a cozy apartment on Living Level 3 of the Robert E. Lee. But that was before he began investigating a suspicious death, and before things started to get very dangerous. Now he has to solve what looks like a murder -- or end up a victim himself. From the author of The Trinity Vector.
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
Bantam Spectra
Fills in more about what went on between The Empire Strikes Back and The Return of the Jedi.
(Cover art from hard cover edition.)
Leonard Nimoy's Primortals: Target Earth
Warner Aspect
From the mind of Star Trek's Mr. Spock, based on the comic series from Big Entertainment, incorporating concepts developed by Isaac Asimov, and written by the author of Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire... whew, a lengthy pedigree indeed. "Sixty-five million years ago, aliens rescued a handful of promising species from doomed Jurassic Earth. They let them survive on new worlds and evolve into beings and civilizations far older, far wiser-and sometimes far deadlier-than anything we can imagine. Today, one of Earth's lost descendants is coming home..."
[Cover] The Trinity Vector
Ace
Three people have in their possession a strange silver box with mysterious powers. All three owners have different goals, but to unlock the secrets of the universe they must be joined. A Novel of Technology and Transcendence by the author of the Matador series.


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