- Buffy Themed Cupcake Contest
- Calvin & Hobbes Search Engine
- “Cybernetic Lifeform Node”
- Fallout 3 Helmet
- The Geek Art Gallery points the way to this Bill & Ted / Doctor Who mash-up.
- Parenting: You are doing it right, except, you know, the years of therapy.
- Want to build a Boba Fett helmet?
- Watch this Very cool time lapse video of a Star Wars Lego Imperial Shuttle.
- Interview: Danger Girl writer Andy Hartnell talks with ComicVine.
- Interview: Word Balloon podcast speaks with Brad Meltzer about Buffy Season 8.
- 25-Year-Old Cancer Survivor Raises Funds for Comic Book
- Diamond’s year-end sales charts released, along with year-to-year comparisons, and the pundits are out in force, making all kinds of observations and suggestions. John Jackson Miller has taken all the sales charts and given us the Top 1000 Comics and Top 1000 GNs of 2010.
- Diamond also released a list of top 200 comics and gns for non-premier publishers, giving us a deeper look into the long tail.
- Interview: Elijah Wood Talks About His Upcoming Appearance in ‘The Hobbit’
- Interview: The Green Hornet’s Seth Rogen on Body Counts and Potential Sequels
- Interview: Ian McKellen: Why My ‘Hobbit’ Deal Took So Long
- 10 Movies That Were Way Better Than the Books
- Best & Worst: Superhero Movies
- A brief alternate ending to Return Of The Jedi.
- Campy SciFi Movies That Are Better Than You Might Think
- Complex’s 25 Most Anticipated Movies Of 2011
- First Look: Rooney Mara As The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo!
- Has Nolan Merged Bat-Villains?
- James Cameron rightly criticizes Hollywood’s “story crisis.”
- Here’s the Shortlist of Actresses Vying for Next Batman Film
- PopCrunch has a great list of 15 Of The Most Confusing Films Ever Made.
- TotalFilm has posted a gallery of the 20 Greatest Fake Criterion Covers
- Don’t Touch That Dial! is a Tumblr that collects radio shows and advertisements now in the public domain, including a pretty broad selection of sci-fi series, like “Dimension X” and “Planet Man.” The archive is pretty great.
- Interview: Angela Slatter interviews Jay Lake.
- Interview: Fantasy Handbook interviews Paul Park of Princess of Roumania.
- Interview: Fantasy Faction talks with Joe Abercrombie of The Heroes.
- Interview: Gail Carriger is this week’s guest on the SFSignal Podcast.
- Interview: John Scalzi interviews Kelley Eskridge, author of Solitaire.
- Interview: Locus interviews Robert J. Sawyer.
- Interview: Suvudu has posted an interview with Patrick Rothfuss.
- News: eBooks are booming in Great Britain
- News: Libraries now loaning out e-readers
- News: The Mystery Bookstore in Los Angeles will close its doors for good on January 31st, marking the end of an era.
- 10 great science fiction novels that have been banned
- When publishers won’t sell, piracy emerges
- Late last year antimatter atoms were produced and trapped at CERN. NASA scientists, using the Fermi Space Telescope, have now observed thunderstorms on earth hurling antimatter into space.
- New Metallic Glass Beats Steel as the Toughest, Strongest Material Yet… could we finally have Star Trek’s transparent aluminum?
- The Open Laboratory 2010 is a selection of the Best Science Blog Posts from 2010. 50 essays, 6 poems and 1 cartoon selected from nearly 900 submissions.
- News: 3-D Drama Takes Off with Sony, Fuji TV Series
- News: BAZINGA! Big Bang Theory renewed for 3 more years.
- Buffy is one of the Guardian’s six TV superhero shows to watch.
- Eight things you may not have known about Firefly.
- First look at Danny Strong on ‘How I Met Your Mother’.
- Have you ever spotted a Han Solo in an episode of Firefly.
- Infographic: The 10 Greatest Cars From TV Shows.
- LENO WHO? Conan O’Brien Dominating In Late Night Among Viewers Under 50
- Syfy UK picks the top ten Whedonverse episodes.
- Interview: What Guillermo Del Toro Told A Roomful Of Game Developers
- Teaching Students Scholarly Research With a Video Game
- The Xbox 360 Tries Again To Replace TV Programming
- J.R.R. Tolkien drank here: Literary watering holes.
- Writer’s Digest offers a directory of the 101 Best Sites for Writers.