- Check out this Bioshock parody by Zander and Kevin Cannon for the April Fool’s edition of Game Informer.
- Finally! A graphic portraying the power of the Death Star vs. the power of the Force.
- Michael Kutsche has a gallery of Alice in Wonderland artwork.
- AV Club does a decent job profiling the work of Alan Moore.
- Interview: Mark Millar Explains How Stan Lee Inspired Kick-Ass.
- News: Foreign Audiences are Speeding Up the 3D Cinema Conversion By Paying Double For Avatar
- News: Planet of the Apes prequel confirmed: the apes will rise again
- “George Lucas made ‘Star Wars’; but it was the fans who turned it into a seemingly undying worldwide phenomenon. So I thought it appropriate to give them a prominent voice in the documentary.” The People vs. George Lucas premiered at this year’s SXSW. Official Site and More.
- io9 looks back at Comic-Book Costumes That Actually Look Good In Movies.
- The DIY Network offers 10 Tips to Designing and Building the Ultimate Man Cave.
- There are two Tron 2 viral sites here and here, as described by SlashFilm.
- Interview: The Author Hour interviews R.A. Salvatore.
- Interview: Hub Fiction interviews Joe R. Lansdale.
- Interview: Michael Moorcock shares the music he listens to while writing.
- Futurismic contemplates New business models in transmedia storytelling.
- Stitching Words names its Top Ten Standalone Fantasy Novels.
- The ADD Blog does a good job picking The 25 Best Original Star Trek Episodes.
- ComicBookGallaxy has posted Gene Roddenberry’s original pitchfor Star Trek, featuring Robert M. April, captain of the S.S. Yorktown. [PDF]
- Over at VentureBeat, Game guru Sid Meier explains gamer psychology.
- Play by David Kaplan and Eric Zimmerman examines society’s obsession with video and online gaming. [Video]
- VGChartz counts down Game Titles That Sound Like a Bunch of Random Words.
- The Intern explains The Ten Best Things You Can Do For Your Manuscript, none of which, surprisingly, involves the anatomical instructions I usually hear regaurding my manuscripts.