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During the run of the TV series The X-Files, many books based on it were released, written, including novels based on episodes, a series of comic books from Topps Comics, and many "official" and "unauthorized" non-fiction books

During the run of the TV series The X-Files, many books based on it were released, written, including novels based on episodes, a series of comic books from Topps Comics, and many "official" and "unauthorized" non-fiction books

Merchandise related to the American television The X-Files franchise includes VHS and DVD sets, compact discs, video games, T-shirts and a magazine devoted specifically to the show.

Merchandise related to the American television The X-Files franchise includes VHS and DVD sets, compact discs, video games, T-shirts and a magazine devoted specifically to the show. Some of composer Mark Snow's music from the first three seasons of The X-Files was released on the album The Truth and the Light - Music from the X-Files, which also included dialogue from the show.

The Art of the X-Files book. Reflecting our world in a uniquely haunting way, The X-Files has engendered a new look of mystery, conspiracy, phenomenon, and fear

The Art of the X-Files book. Reflecting our world in a uniquely haunting way, The X-Files. Reflecting our world in a uniquely haunting way, The X-Files has engendered a new look of mystery, conspiracy, phenomenon, and fear. These enigmatic, elusive images have had a profound and compelling impact on our visual reality, both feeding into and drawing from mainstream America's fascination with the subversive, the disowned, and the disillusioned. This innovative vol Reflecting our world in a uniquely haunting way, The X-Files has engendered a new look of mystery, conspiracy, phenomenon, and fear.

This is a list of fictional books from non-print media, that is, they are primarily conceived from television, movies, music, video games, and other non-print media. Fictional books appearing in books are listed in List of fictional books, while those appearing in comics, newspapers, and the like are listed in List of fictional books from periodicals. Dark Magic 101. The Enchiridion. Mind Games by Jay T. Doggzone. A Cellarful of Goys by Leggy Mountbatten. Out of Me Head by Ron Nasty.

Unrequited" is the sixteenth episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files. It was written by Howard Gordon and series creator Chris Carter, and directed by Michael Lange. It originally aired in the United States on February 23, 1997, on the Fox network. The episode is a " story, a stand-alone plot which is unconnected to the series' wider mythology.

The X-Files is not "about" conspiracy theories and the paranormal, so much as it is of the Postmodern. Hence this book, a collection of images either created for or presented in relation to the The X-Files. This is the Age of Deregulation, and in The X-Files, as in our daily lives, the very nature of reality is deregulated. Consensus-reality floats, like the dollar, the yen, and our destiny, in the irrational moral blindness of market forces. Another act of sampling, of curation and re-curation. Along with the "soundtrack" CD, this is easily the coolest and most appropriate X-Files associational item.

Titan Books: Firebird (by Stefan Petrucha, with art by Charlie Adlard, collects The X-Files and The X-Files/Hero Illustrated Special .

Titan Books: Firebird (by Stefan Petrucha, with art by Charlie Adlard, collects The X-Files and The X-Files/Hero Illustrated Special "Trick of the Light", 160 pages, November 1995, ISBN 1-900097-08-7). Project Aquarius (by Stefan Petrucha, with art by Charlie Adlard, collects The X-Files 151 pages, August 1996, ISBN 1-900097-17-6) Notes.

The rebooted X-Files premieres as a six-part mini-series starting January 24 on. .None of this Super Soldier business makes any damn sense and at this point; it’s incredibly boring, to boot.

The rebooted X-Files premieres as a six-part mini-series starting January 24 on Fox. There were 202 episodes of The X-Files, but for the purposes of this list, I considered two-part episodes a single entry. This equals 182 entries. Sadly, we learn that Stephen King is much better at writing books than he is at writing television. 150. Elegy (Season 4, Episode 22) The less said about this One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest ripoff, the better. As much as I love Mulder and Scully, with Duchovny gone, the show really should’ve been moving on to anything else.

The X-Files (1993–2002, 2016–18) is an American science fiction drama television series, which is a part of The X-Files franchise, created by Chris Carter. Starring Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny as FBI agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, investigators of X-Files; unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena. Third Man: Are you familiar with an agent named Fox Mulder?

Pilot" is the first episode of the first season of The X-Files. The episode aired in the United States and Canada on September 10, 1993.

Pilot" is the first episode of the first season of The X-Files. Written by series creator Chris Carter and directed by Robert Mandel, the Pilot set up the mythology arc for the rest of the series. Dana Scully is assigned to work with Fox Mulder, an FBI agent with an interest in the paranormal. Together, they travel to Oregon where Mulder believes several teenagers have been abducted by aliens.

Reflecting our world in a uniquely haunting way, The X-Files has engendered a new look of mystery, conspiracy, phenomenon, and fear. These enigmatic, elusive images have had a profound and compelling impact on our visual reality, both feeding into and drawing from mainstream America's fascination with the subversive, the disowned, and the disillusioned. This innovative volume, a visual response to Chris Carter's dark, uneasy creation, collects the works of more than sixty cutting-edge artists.

Representing a cross section of contemporary visual arts, these photographers, painters, scultptors, graphic designers, and digital media artists have produced works that reflect their personal interpretation of The X-Files: as a cultural phenomenon, as a new chapter in television history, as an engrossing cosmic conspiracy. Many pieces are accompanied by a statement from the artist, explaining the inspiration behind his or her contribution--ranging from an episode to a line of dialouge, form a particular incident to a theme within the entire series. Illustrated with video stills from the episodes, this volume shows the strong influence of The X-Files imagery on the artistic mind.

In this introduction to this powerful collection of images, acclaimed writer William Gibson noted that The X-Files "is a disturbing and viscerally satisfying expression of where we've come from, where we are today, and all those places we simultaneously yearn and dread to go." Starling, beautiful, and thought-provoking, this unusual volume expands the creative vision of The X-Files, and of contemporary art itself.

  • Unfortunately, This book is not your well known X-Files Guide book that we've all grown to Love. If you love Art, and meaning Freaky Art, then this is your book to own. But on a lighter note there are Scully, and Mulder pics. for your enjoyment. Fortunately for myself, I Love unique art, and X-Files is definitely covered under that category. I found it interesting to go into the minds of these very talented artists; to immerse myself into their subconsciously Talented works; In a way looking through their eyes at how they view The X-Files ((who knows, maybe even their own lives)). There are notes for each picture, and descriptions of what inspired the artist to Paint, draw, snap pollaroids or mold out of clay their creation. So if you're into Very Unique, yet captivating Art, then this is a Keeper. "Hope Ya Likes!"

  • the is a great book. the art is from fans of the show etc. really creepy love it if you love goth this is cool.Art of the X-Files, The