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Renegades

Gene Roddenberry once envisioned a universe where mankind could live in peace, where they could explore, and where they could boldly seek out new worlds. "Renegades” is an extension and re-visioning of Gene’s hopeful future.

Renegades

Gene Roddenberry once envisioned a universe where mankind could live in peace, where they could explore, and where they could boldly seek out new worlds. “Renegades” is an extension and re-visioning of Gene’s hopeful future.

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Man finally lives in peace.  He learned long ago that a strong moral compass is essential to survival, unleashing an explosion of creativity and peaceful exploration of the Galaxy.  But there are other races in the galaxy who don’t follow these ideals, and want to eliminate all humans from the galaxy.  Tasked with trying to stop this aggression – sometimes openly, sometimes covertly – are our Renegades, a rag-tag mixture of humans and like-thinking aliens, whose unique mixture of skills will be continually tested as they face these new and deadly threats.  “Renegades” will have the signature Roddenberry brand of values and optimism for humanity, but the stories will be told from the Renegade perspective set against a grand alien struggle with humanity caught in the middle.

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Skyjacked

Based on Science-fiction author John E. Stith's novel, “Manhattan Transfer”

Skyjacked

Based on Science-fiction author John E. Stith’s novel, “Manhattan Transfer”

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Science-fiction author John E. Stith’s novel, “Manhattan Transfer” was a Hugo Award Honorable Mention. His work has appeared Amazing Stories, Analog, Dragon, Fantastic Stories, Nature, Story, and others. His novels have been translated to numerous other languages, and he appeared on a live nationwide PBS broadcast on science fiction. In this compelling series, the entire city of Manhattan is ripped from the surface of the Earth and placed under a huge, clear dome. The trapped residents can see dozens of similarly trapped alien cities, but are clueless as to the aliens’ purpose. As the captives plot their escape, they discover the worst is yet to come.Is this some sort of cosmic zoo exhibit, part of a scientific experiment, or perhaps (gasp) fresh groceries for aliens? As the humans attempt to break out of their prison to make some sense of their new world and communicate with other civilizations on the plain, they soon discover that their kidnappers aren’t the aliens they really have to worry about.

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Fr33 Space

Set 150 years in the future, this adrenalin-charged science fiction series explores the lives of humans who can recode their DNA ...

Fr33 Space

Based on Science-fiction author John E. Stith’s novel, “Manhattan Transfer”

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Set 150 years in the future, this adrenalin-charged science fiction series explores the lives of humans who can recode their DNA to become completely new and different beings. These humans have fled into the vastness of Free Space to avoid persecution by a ruthless United Earth government, whose goal to preserve their version of the human race now threatens to destroy all of humanity.

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Singularity

Personal immortality explored

Singularity

Personal immortality explored

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Dying from terminal cancer, the world’s leading futurist, AI expert and Singularity proponent, Ray Kurzway enlists a crack team of rogue scientists, military ops specialists and tech experts to reach singularity and personal immortality before governments stop all new nanotech and AI experiments.

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The Man Who Sold the Moon

In a race to be the first to settle Mars and explore the Galaxy , tech mogul and space pioneer, Delos McClure offers to sell lunar real estate to fund his audacious scheme igniting a race to the Stars.

The Man Who Sold the Moon

In a race to be the first to settle Mars and explore the Galaxy , tech mogul and space pioneer, Delos McClure offers to sell lunar real estate to fund his audacious scheme igniting a race to the Stars.