Science Fiction

Behold the Man by Michael Moorcock (Italian edition)

The novel “Behold the Man” by Michael Moorcock was published for the first time in 1969. In 1966 it had already been published in a shorter version which won the Nebula Award as the best novella of the year. Karl Glogauer travels in a time machine to arrive in Palestine in 28 AD searching for Jesus. His machine falls apart in a quite violent arrival and Karl is rescued by a group of Essenes. Thus he finds John the Baptist, who is their leader, but nobody seems to know Jesus.

Doctor Who - The Key to Time - The Androids of Tara

“The Androids of Tara” is the fourth adventure of the sixteenth season, known by the global title “The Key to Time”, which aired in 1978. It follows “The Stones of Blood” and it’s a four parts adventure written by David Fisher and directed by Michael Hayes.

Doctor Who - The Key to Time - The Stones of Blood

“The Stones of Blood” is the third adventure of the sixteenth season, known by the global title “The Key to Time”, which aired in 1978. It follows “The Pirate Planet” and it’s a four parts adventure written by David Fisher and directed by Darrol Blake.

Doctor Who - The Key to Time - The Pirate Planet

“The Pirate Planet” is the second adventure of the sixteenth season, known by the global title “The Key to Time”, which aired in 1978. It follows “The Ribos Operation” and it’s a four parts adventure written by Douglas Adams and directed by Pennant Roberts.

Double Star by Robert A. Heinlein (Italian edition)

The novel “Double Star” by Robert A. Heinlein was published for the first time in 1956, first in the magazine “Astounding Science Fiction” and shortly after as a book. In 1957 it received the Hugo Award as the best novel of the year.