The X-Files: The Truth Is Out There...or in a Book

The X-FilesThe old series spawned a rich world of novels, graphic novels, and behind-the-scenes coffee table books. The new series—which just concluded on February 22—is doing something similar.

Discover what truth is out there for X-Files readers.

 

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The X-Files: Season 10 (Volumes 1-5) - Luckily, X-Files fans are used to wrapping their heads around some twisty situations, so here’s your first challenge: In the graphic novel world, the TV series’s season 10 (which just aired in early 2016) is called season 11 in graphic novels. Why? A series of comics called Season 10 came out years earlier featuring all-new adventures of Mulder and Scully that took place after the end of the TV series’s season 9. (Confused yet?) In any case, these are rousing stories that match Mulder and Scully against the Syndicate, mysterious artifacts, and more.
 

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The X-Files: Season 11 (Volumes 1-2, not yet released) - If you read the above paragraph, you’ll know that season 11 graphic novel = season 10 in TV-land. Scully and Mulder’s on-screen sleuthing gets the graphic novel treatment from Joe Harris, who penned the earlier graphic novel series.
 

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The X-Files: The Truth Is Out There - Original stories by top authors such as Bev Vincent, Rachel Caine, and Kelley Armstrong about Mulder and Scully—and approved by X-Files creator Chris Carter—bring additional depth and new points of view to the ongoing saga of these two agents who fight the good fight.
 

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The X-Files: The Official Collection Volume 1 - A collection of photos, quotes, and more from X-Files Magazine, this colorful volume might not include tons that will surprise die-hard fans, but it’s a nice way to take a trip down memory lane without watching all ten seasons. Two more volumes will be published this year.
 

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The Real Science Behind the X-Files by Anne Simon – An older title, this book nevertheless stays relevant as it pulls back the curtain and looks at the science used in The X-Files. From viruses to cloning to nanotechology, the science adviser to The X-Files reveals just how mysterious real science can be.
 

 


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