Tuesday, April 08, 2008

The Pants Strike Back

PantsAs a follow-up to the Blade Runner pants post, here's a list of great science fiction titles that I've "pantsed" up.

20,000 Leagues Under the Pants
2001: A Pants Odyssey
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Pants
A Deepness in the Pants
A Fire Upon the Pants
A Wrinkle in Pants
Brave New Pants
Childhood's Pants
Do Androids Dream of Electric Pants?
Ender's Pants
Foundation and Pants
Have Pants, Will Travel
Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Pants
I, Pants
Journey to the Center of the Pants
Lucifer's Pants
Make Pants! Make Pants!
More than Pants
Pants for Algernon
Pants for Leibowitz
Pants of the Galaxy
Pants on Zanzibar
Pants Out of Joint
Pants Plus
Rendezvous With Pants
Ring Around the Pants
Speaker for the Pants
Starship Pants
Stranger in Strange Pants
The Demolished Pants
The Door into Pants
The Forever Pants
The Invisible Pants
The Left Pants-leg of Darkness
The Lost Pants
The Man in the High Pants
The Pants Are a Harsh Mistress
The Pants Dysfunction
The Pants in God's Eye
The Pants Look Up
The Pants My Destination
The Pants of God
The Pants of Paradise
The Pants of Steel
The Pants Themselves
The Shadow of the Pants
The Stainless Steel Pants
The Three Pants of Palmer Eldritch
The War of the Pants
Time Enough for Pants
To Your Scattered Pants Go
Use of Pants

Fantasy Bonus:

Lord of the Pants
The Fellowship of the Pants
The Two Pants
The Return of the Pants


Creative Commons Pants image courtesy of "yatta".

7 comments:

Marvin the Martian said...

Baahahahahahah! I love it. Such memories of such great books. I recognize most of the original titles. What should "Make Pants! Make Pants!" be? I can't remember.

Andrew Lias said...

The Harry Harrison classic, Make Room! Make Room! which was the basis of Soylent Green.

Marvin the Martian said...

Whenever I meet a really stupid person and I am irritated by my conversation with them, I remark to my friends, "Two words: Soylent Green." They crack up, but the irritating person never gets it.

magidin said...

To be honest, I'm not sure if "2001: A Pants Odyssey" is better thatn "2001: A Space Pant." (-:

Also, it should be Do androids dream of electric pants? (note the question mark, and that they are not electronic).

. said...

I went back and forth on the 2001 one. I think that both work well, so I flipped a mental coin.

I've corrected the "Do Androids Dream [...]" entry.

Ah, the failings of memory. I literally can't remember the last time that happened to me.

Rob Berry said...

It's weird. The more time I spend reading the list, the more it feels like "pants" isn't really a word....

Andrew Lias said...

That's because pants are the new fnord.

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