- Check out this 3D art made from book covers by Thomas Allen.
- Get your own Plush Skeletor from Kittyzilla.
- It turns out that the Dad in “Calvin and Hobbes” is William Gibson. See?
- Peanuts / Star Wars Mash-Up
- News: ComiXology Hits One Million Downloads. As if we needed any more proof that comics have found a home on the iPad.
- Comic Alliance counts down The 5 Worst Comics of 2010, beginning with Nemesis #3.
- Need some comic book recommendations for casual fans into movie fare?
- The Top 10 Best Things About Comics in 2010.
- Interview: Spider-Man actor, Christopher Tierney, says he spent the 30-foot drop trying to think of the best way to land to minimuze injuries.
- Newsarama’s 11 to watch in ’11 are worth remembering in the new year.
- TorrentFreak more or less reports that sci-fi is the most pirated genre of TV programming. [More]
- Interview: Adventures in SciFi Publishing interviews Elizabeth C. Bunce of Star Crossed and A Curse Dark as Gold.
- Interview: Locus Roundtable: SF Aesthetics with responses from Paul Graham Raven, Gary K. Wolfe, Andy Duncan, Russell Letson, John Clute, Cheryl Morgan, Paul Witcover and Terry Bisson.
- Interview: The Zombie Feed interviews David Wellington of Monster Island.
- The Best Science Fiction Releases of 2010.
- Mellowing & Industry Observations from Mark Charan Newton.
- Resources for sci-fi writers offers this massive List of Science Fiction Clichés.
- Why the Entire World Doesn’t Steal from Harlan Ellison
- AT&T Predictions from 1993
- Internet-connected TVs and TV apps are said to be center stage at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show – which could, if they all actually deliver on their promises, be an enormous boost to the Kill Your Cable movement.
- News: Because Stargate Universe was canceled, the Stargate Atlantis movie was also canceled…along with any future SG plans.
- The 11 most inept TV heroes of all time.
- Live Science picks the Top 10 Scary Sci-Fi Series.
- Salman Rushdie, in defence of video games.
- SF0 is a game played in the real world, where you play your character. However, it’s not a LARP, and it’s not quite an ARG (alternate reality game), either. Think of it more as an interface for the cities of the real world.
- The Top Ten Experimental Freeware Games of 2010
- The Book View Cafe offers Ten Rules for Writing.
- Safety Check: The Antidote for Accidental Plagiarism.