- Baxter Stockman of TMNT re-imagined
- Check out this amazing Howl’s Moving Castle Sculpture and Papercraft
- Demonic Totoro of Takayuki Hori
- Geek Art Gallery has posted an extensive gallery of Calvin and Hobbes Fan Art
- To celebrate the release of Portal 2, Cosgeek has posted a gallery of Chell and Companion Cube cosplay with the promise of more to come.
- The Translucent Origami
- Interview: Dark Horse CEO Mike Richardson talks more about the publisher’s recent layoffs, saying that some reports of the cutbacks were overblown
- Interview: Hero Complex spotlights cartoonist Karl Stevens, whose graphic novel The Lodger is nominated for a Los Angeles Times Book Prize.
- Interview: The New York Times Magazne profiles Shaun Tan.
- Comic book collection worth millions is only thing to survive fire that rips through enthusiast’s home
- Comics’ Most Ludicrous Weapons
- Love of comic books inspires families to create
- Marvel Parodies Volkswagon Ad for Thor Commerical
- Reed Tucker asks a selection of New York City comic stores for reading recommendations to accompany the summer’s superhero movies.
- Spare Room Holds Million-Dollar Comic Book Collection
- Taking no chances: Mainstream superhero comics need a kick in the butt
- 10 of the most badass dragons ever
- io9 surveys The most gruesome fates in fantasy.
- To celebrate Easter, Tor remembers SFF Bunnies (and other strange, rabbit-type creatures.
- Interview: Chris Hemsworth Talks ‘Thor’ and Possible ‘Avengers’ Sequels
- Interview: Felicia Day talks about her upcoming film ‘Rock Jocks’ with G4.
- News: Emma Watson not ‘bullied out’ of Brown University, rep says
- News: Netflix soon to be the largest subscription entertainment service in the U.S.
- 10 Things David Lynch Needlessly Added to Dune
- Here are behind the scenes pictures for two upcoming movies: Frost Bite which takes place in a grocery store after the zombie apocalypse and the biological outbreak based VS. The Dead.
- Rat Race is a short film made for the Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge.
- Stop being duped by the 3D scam
- Interview: Joss Whedon on Horrible sequel: ‘We’ve done a lot of work on it’
- Interview: YouTube and Breaking News: YouTube news manager Olivia Ma talks about the effect of direct video uploads from the heart of the action on coverage of the Middle East uprisings and the Japan tsunami.
- Bees and Zombies is the debut music video for Atlanta based recording artist Rebecca Loebe.
- Interview: Sci-Fi Fan Letter talks with Ian Whates.
- News: Conde Nast Taps Brakes on Churning Out iPad Editions
- 10 Parody Novels That Get the Last Laugh
- Book Genres and Blog Stats
- How do you define badass fantasy?
- In defense of military science fiction, a response to “Military science fiction shouldn’t simplify the complexity of war..”
- In the Era of eBooks, What Is a Book Worth?
- Librarians React to Amazon’s New Lending Library: More Questions
- Like the old joke says, books are better ‘in bed,’ according to the LA Times.
- Over at McSweeney’s, novelist James Warner has taken a crack at that favorite discussion topic of publishing right now, The Future of the Book.
- The New Noir Fantasy Shows Magical Cities In Decay
- What Is a Book? The Definition Continues to Blur
- Why do so many former cyberpunk authors now write dark fantasy?
- News: World’s most powerful lasers get the green light
- 17 animals you’d swear were aliens (but are really from Earth)
- Dr. Steven Schlozman gives us some great insight as to how the zombie brain would function in the real world and how a virus would affect it.
- Large Hadron Collider rumoured to have found God Particle
- Scientists suggest spacetime has no time dimension
- Understanding Science in Science Fictional Times
- News: SpaceX aims to put man on Mars in 10-20 years
- 5 tips to use smartphones as e-readers
- Kinect Could Be The Future of TV, But Probably Won’t
- Nook Color gets new update, inches closer to iPad
- Police and Firefighters in the U.S. Get a Tiny, Throwable Recon Robot. Can the tiny spider bots of Minority Report be far behind?
- Robots at Work and Play
- Interview: Joss Whedon explains Angel.
- Interview: SF Signal Podcast features a Panel Discussion of Game of Thrones.
- News: Doctor Who season premiere BBC America’s highest rated show ever
- First TV remote control had an incredible seven functions
- Here’s How A New STAR TREK TV Show Could Work
- Is Stephen Moffat Tearing Apart the Fabric of Fiction?
- ‘Law & Order: CI’ To Do Episode Inspired By Botched ‘Spider-Man’ Musical
- Visual FX reel for The Walking Dead.
- News: Korean Online Gaming Curfew For Teens Passes Committee Vote
- GUD has posted a version of Tetris like the XKCD gag about Tetris Heaven.
- Play A Game For Social Change
- Terraria is a recently announced game that is currently in closed alpha. It is similar in play style to the Internet favorite Minecraft, except it operates in a 2D, sidescrolling world. Players harvest resources to craft items and structures to defend themselves against enemies. A teaser trailer is available here, and a more extensive gameplay trailer is available here. The developers are currently uploading “let’s play” videos on to their youtube account: part one here, and part two here.
- Wii’s Inability to Surprise Gamers Spurred Along Successor
- 6 Steps to Jump-Start Your Story
- How to Use Dialogue Tags Effectively
- Lessons from Fourth Graders at SF Novelists
- The Other Side of the Story: Why Ask Why? Because Your Readers Will
- Why Digital Self-publishing frightens some Authors