- For hardcore Neon Genesis Evangelion fans, there are now multiple cosplay options that will leave you looking as though you’ve stepped straight off the screen… so long as you have a few thousand spare dollars.
- Aquaman as a Woman and Ms. Marvel are the latest posts at the CosGeek gallery.
- Narnia, Harry Potter and Discworld stamps
- The robots of Brixton. When we build robots to do all our dirty work, where will they live?
- Steampunk Batman
- Eat My Zombie names the 15 most powerful sci-fi robots.
- Listverse’s Top 10 vampire serial killers is another list Edward doesn’t make
- Why we’re mad about mad scientists
- College Crunch picks the 10 most technophobic movies.
- Ten 80s Movies that Will Remind You of Your Geek Roots
- Interview: Amal El-Mohtar of The Honey Month engages in some Q&A.
- Interview: Jim Hines interviews Erik Scott de Bie, debut author of Ghostwalker.
- Interview: Jo Walton discusses her latest, Among Others.
- Interview: K.A. Stewart talks about her debut novel, A Devil in the Details.
- Interview: Nancy Fulda talks with Aliette de Bodard of Harbinger of the Storm.
- Interview: Peter Straub and Gary K. Wolfe have a conversation.
- Interview: Wyvern’s Peak interviews Laura Bynum of Veracity.
- Online Classes picks The 50 Best Short Stories of All Time.
- Retraction Watch tracks scientific papers that are retracted.
- Blastr recounts 83 crazy differences between Fringe’s alternate universe and ours.
- IGN remembers The Most Badass TV One-Liners.
- Scotty’s Laws of Physics
- Microsoft vs.Pirates: the latest mandatory Xbox 360 update installed technology that blocks burned copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops. Microsoft is mum on the subject, of course – but these kind of “sneak attacks” on pirates may increase in the future.