Today: February 28, 2024

Christmas with Titan Books

Christmas is a matter of weeks away, and if you’re like me, you haven’t even started your Christmas shopping yet. Well, Titan Books have you covered. Whether you’re looking for stocking fillers for the pop culture lover in your life or unforgettables stories for bookworms, there’s plenty here to recommend. Below is just a small selection of what Titan have available for you to put under the tree.

Behind the scenes tales

Recent months have seen Titan Books release stunning books on the production of Oppenheimer, The Wicker Man, Halloween, and Spielberg’s early years but the fun doesn’t stop there. A revised and expanded edition of The Art and Soul of Blade Runner 2049 is a true feast for film buffs, exploring the making of one of cinema’s best sequels. Withnail & I: From Cult to Classic is another must, examining the continuing legacy of the beloved booze-soaked 80s comedy masterpiece. And speaking of the 1980s, this year also saw the publication of lush hardback volume Conan the Barbarian: The Official Story of the Film, packed with brand new interviews with cast & crew alongside a treasure trove of archival materials. If your loved one is a film buff, Titan Books have got your back.

Pop culture gifts

One thing Titan Books have proven themselves to be masters of is tarot. Their licensed decks, based on everything from Star Trek through Disney to the worlds of Guillermo del Toro, are stunningly produced and make for a wonderful gift for the divine in your life. Each card is designed with the utmost love for its source, and the quality of each set is remarkable. But maybe your loved ones are more culinary-minded. Well, licensed cookbooks for Jurassic World, Star Wars, and even your favourite video games like Diablo and God of War, offer up some delicious ideas for some alternative Christmas eats! Why have a roast turkey dinner when you can sample the Mos Eisley Cantina’s best dishes? 

Giving the gift of storiesTitan Books don’t just focus on pop culture – their original fiction is some of the best available on the market today. Whether you’re looking for horror, fantasy, science fiction, or all of the above, there’s something for every bookshelf. Titan Books’ horror output is legendary, with Christmas and Other Horrors a particularly fitting yuletide treat for those who want more chills this winter. The powerful mythical adventure The Salt Grows Heavy from favourite Cassandra Khaw sees a mermaid and her plague doctor companion trapped in a feverish nightmare with some of the

This is all but a small sample of what Titan Books offer. Peruse their online catalogue and rejoice that your Christmas shopping can come to a swift conclusion – you can get everything you need here to dethrone Santa Claus as the undisputed MVP of Christmas.

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