- Interview: Lalawag has an excellent two-part interview with Comics Alliance’s Andy Khouri. [Part two]
- News: Duncan Jones Looks to Comic Books to Get His Next Movie Made
- iFanBoy says Digital Comics Are Not The Future, which is news to me.
- New Book Studies ‘The Star Wars Generation’
- Zombies, as American as Apple Pie: Why has pop culture been consumed by flesh-eating ghouls? Start with the fact that the walking dead are the only monsters made right here in the U.S. of A.
- Interview: ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ Stars Talk Real-Life Aliens
- Interview: Death in Venice: Producer Graham King Talks The Tourist.
- News: Guillermo del Toro’s newest project is called Pacific Rim. It’s set in a world where, in November 2012, giant monsters began emerging from a hole in the Pacific Ocean and wreaking havoc on Japan
- News: Neil Gaiman to pen feature film adaptations of the Chinese classic tale “Journey to the West”. Film budget rumored to approach $300M. Guillermo Del Toro courted to direct. [More]
- Review: Roger Ebert: “Battle: Los Angeles” is noisy, violent, ugly and stupid. [...] Here’s a science-fiction film that’s an insult to the words “science” and “fiction,” and the hyphen in between them. You want to cut it up to clean under your fingernails.
- Box Office Quant has taken all the listed locations from the top 2000 films as voted on by users of the Internet Movie Database, inserted that information into Google Maps via Fusion Tables, and come out with a fully interactive world map of almost 10,000 shooting locations from 2,000 movies.
- The Top 10 Alien Invasion Flicks, as chosen by Reel Movie News.
- TotalFilm names the Film features: Best & Worst Alien Invasion Movies
- Interview: John Scalzi interviews Forgotten Realms author Christopher Rowe.
- Interview: Jon F. Merz puts in an appearance on Dragon Page.
- Interview: Julianna Baggott interviews Jeff VanderMeer.
- Interview: TCKRK talks with YA author Marianne de Pierres of Burn Bright.
- News: Stephen King To Publish New Novel in Dark Tower Series
- News: U. of Texas Snags Archive of ‘Cyberpunk’ Literary Pioneer Bruce Sterling
- 7 ways ebook apps can help brick-and-mortar bookstores: Book retailers are missing an opportunity to unite the physical and digital worlds.
- Best of the Decade Data: Common Words in Titles
- Even Stephen King is ill-equipped for time travel
- The Experiment Behind Cory Doctorow’s With a Little Help
- Free Kindles for Prime Members? Right now, it’s a rumor, but apparently Amazon is considering giving away a Kindle as a premium for those who sign up for their Amazon Prime service.
- Librarians And Readers Against DRM gets a logo
- Need Advice on What to Read? Ask the Internet
- Science fiction author begins war of the books worlds: Stephen Hunt has grown so tired of the marginal status of his chosen genre that he has begun campaigning for equal genre rights.
- Why Some E-Books Cost More Than the Hardcover
- “The Earth tide is a little-known daily event, similar to the oceans’ more familiar tides. But the sun and moon’s gravity doesn’t just pull on water, it deforms the Earth itself, causing the ground beneath us to bulge toward the pulling heavenly body.”
- Where Is My Flying Car? Maybe, just a year away.
- Interview: Assignment X interviews David Boreanaz discusses plot, the tone of Bones, and a new movie.
- Interview: Robert Kirkman Confirms And Debunks Rumors Surrounding Season 2 Of The Walking Dead!
- ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ in the Fantasy Canon.
- The darkness of Buffy’s Passion.
- Game of Thrones: New official poster
- The Summer Glau Curse: Is it more than a myth?
- Ten great pop music moments in sci-fi and fantasy television.
- Microsoft Sells 10 Million Kinects: How fast is Microsoft’s gaming system selling? Quite literally fast enough to land them in the Guinness Book of World Records.