Infinite Crisis (Oct., $14) by Greg Cox. DC Comics heroes Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman face a universal threat.
The Transformer Trilogy (Nov., $15) by M.A. Foster brings the classic SF trilogy back into print after two decades.
Benighted (Sept., $14.95) by Kit Whitfield examines minority relations in a world where most of the inhabitants transform into wild animals under a full moon. Ad/promo.
Forbidden Cargo (Sept., $14.95) by Rebecca K. Rowe collects robotica poems wherein robots and animated appliances lament their enslavement to humans.
Eyes of Crow (Nov., $14.95) by Jeri Smith-Ready. A woman dies multiple times because she is cursed with the foresight to see death’s approach.
Day Watch (Jan., $12.95) by Sergei Lukyanenko. This second part of a trilogy (after Night Watch) depicts the clash between agents of light and forces of darkness in modern-day Moscow.
Mirror Universe Part 1: Glass Empires (Feb., $14.95) by David Mack explores the Star Trek universe, where Klingons and Cardassians threaten human life.
Mappa Mundi (Sept., $15) by Justina Robson. A psychologist joins forces with an FBI specialist to keep her technology from being used in a secret government program.
Dragon Avenger: The Age of Fire, Book Two (Dec., $14) by E.E. Knight follows up Dragon Champion: The Age of Fire, Book One.
Daughter of Hounds (Jan., $14) by Caitlin R. Kiernan offers a dark SF fantasy.
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The Good Fairies of New York (Sept., $13.95) by Martin Millar, intro. by Neil Gaiman, follows the Manhattan adventures of two “thrash metal—fixated” Scottish thistle fairies.
Monster Nation: A Zombie Novel (Oct., $13.95) by David Wellington provides a prequel to MonsterIsland, revealing where the horror began.
Wings to the Kingdom (Oct., $14.95) by Cherie Priest. Eden Moore must figure out why those buried at the Chickamauga, Ga., battlegrounds are waking up.
Brass Man (Jan., $14.95) by Neal Asher. A legendary Earth Central Security agent and a killer android are on a collision course across the galaxy.
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The Meteor Hunt (Oct.; $15.95, cloth $29.95) by Jules Verne, trans. and edited by Frederick Paul Walter and Walter James Miller, marks the first English translation of Verne’s satirical novel about a golden meteor crashing into Earth.