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The universe waits for no one…
When you discover you’re not alone, will you be ready?
Adventures start within and expand beyond. From a world of shadows to one of light. Fantastic races vying for dominance. A microcosm of the greater good. Battles fought for higher ideals. Battles fought just to survive.
War doesn’t care about human or alien. They fight, and they fight hard, as if the lives of their soldiers depend on it.
Because they do.
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“Establishing Shot” A man who has a gift, a curse, an ability he doesn’t want. It’s a kind of knowledge that plenty of people long for, but which he wants only to be free of.
“Freeze Frame” Lydia has a most unusual power: power over time. Yet it’s a power that can’t get her what she wants most, and even she can’t stop the march of time forever.
“Depth of Field” A teenager in a locked facility. They say they’re trying to help him, but he knows better. He wants out more than anything else in the world—except for one thing.
“Working Title” Stewart Courier is about to lose what he holds most dear, and he has no idea why. He doesn’t know it, but his life, his existence has been a kind of placeholder. He’s been marking time in a quiet drama, and his time is up.
“Color Temperature” A girl, blind from birth, finally understands what colors are when she begins to see them in her dreams.
“Executive Meddling” Dr. Marcus Stolz isn’t perfect by any means, but he’s found the key to perfecting humanity: a treatment that can turn someone with the blackest heart into a model of virtue. It’s foolproof. What could possibly go wrong?
“Tight Focus” Trevor would do anything to be free of the obsession that rules him. One night he gets the chance to be free, but with just one string attached.
“Time Lapse” An ingenious invention means the world need never be short of food again—but what people want has a way of trumping what they need.
“Fade to Black” Phil Michaelson: middle-aged, middle class, middle manager. Always put upon, ordered here and there, belittled. The kind of guy who never gets the last word. Until now.
“Deleted Scenes” A plain black case with no return address arrives in the mail for Elsie. Inside, a DVD of deleted scenes, scenes from real life. Her life.