Rovin, Jeff. (©1995) Aliens, robots, and spaceships /New York, NY : Facts on File,MLA Citation
Rovin, Jeff. Aliens, Robots, And Spaceships. New York, NY : Facts On File, ©1995. Print.
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Aliens, robots, and spaceships /
|Main Author:||Rovin, Jeff.|
|Published:||New York, NY : Facts on File, ©1995.|
|Topics:||Science fiction - History and criticism. | Science fiction films - History and criticism. | Science-Fiction | Science-Fiction-Film | Führer. | Science fiction films - History and criticism. | Science fiction - History and criticism.|
|Genres:||Criticism, interpretation, etc. | Science fiction. | Science fiction films.|
|Physical Description:||xi, 372 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 340-341) and index.
|ISBN:||081603107X (acid-free paper)
9780816031078 (acid-free paper)
|Summary:||From Chewbacca to Vampirella, Jurassic Park to Supergirl, Aliens, Robots, and Spaceships is the ultimate A-to-Z encyclopedia of the unimaginable, featuring over 100 illustrations and a user-friendly format. Included are exciting accounts of superheroes and spacecraft from places one never dreamed and times one never fathomed. This comprehensive reference includes not only the famous but also lesser-known, though equally as powerful or novel creations such as comic book stars; Red Ronin, a 100-foot red-armored robot who helps fight the man-monster Yetrigar in Godzilla; and the Dalgoda, a six-foot-tall talking humanoid dog who comes to Earth to enlist military support for his struggling planet, Canida.