There must be a rule that the better/more important a science fiction author you are, the worse the cover art for your books has to be.
I knew giving cosmic beings habanero peppers was a mistake.
I'm not comfortable with this happening even once in time.
"No Death, we need to be in this lane. I don't care if you know a 'shortcut.'"
"You're looking at the man who invented 'Theater in the Square.' Nobody has a good seat!"
"Wait! Don't you know how dangerous it is to run with a sharp object? You'll poke someone's eye out!"
He's our only hope for survival? We're doomed.
These guys are trying conquer the worlds through interpretive dance!
Well, the title's sure accurate. Though it does make me wonder how Morton J. Golding was able to see into my -- I mean my friend's subconscious
You know what? Never mind. I don't think I want to know.
Yeah, just stick him in a plastic bag. Works for goldfish at the fair, right?
I don't know what kind of experiment this is, but I like it.
How is she even balancing right now?
Buttercup's trip to Japan?
If Kansas was filled with ice spikes and tentacle monsters, I'd hate it too.