A century of reinvention, from Superman in the Great Depression to the blockbuster movies of today
BRIAN J. ROBB is the New York Times and Sunday Times best-selling biographer of Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp and Brad Pitt. He's also written acclaimed pop culture books on silent cinema, the films of Philip K. Dick, Wes Craven and Laurel and Hardy, and TV series Doctor Who and Star Trek. He is co-editor of the popular web site Sci-Fi Bulletin and lives in Edinburgh.
Praise for the author's Brief Guide to Star Wars Well-written and easy to read . . . I recommend this book to any Star Wars fan. -- Chad Cloman Praise for the author's Brief Guide to Star TrekYou won't find star dates or names of redshirts killed off in the fourth episode in the third season of the original series (trick question, they were unnamed). What you will find is an honest and excellent source of information about the work that went into the series that is still surviving after almost 50 years. -- Aidan Fortune * SF Crowsnest *