- 10 Alternative Gremlins Posters
- Artists capture the spirit of space
- Into the Pixel Video Game Art Winners
- Link Crossplay Cosplay
- Olly Moss creates Victorian Silhouettes of pop culture icons, including Captain Jack Sparrow and a Dalek.
- SNES Style Doctor Who Intro
- Spock’s Daughter by Phil Noto
- Interview: ‘Tattered Man’ by Jimmy Palmiotti Tackles Horror and Vengeance
- Interview: Batman: Arkham City Artist and Designer Carlos D’Anda
- Top 10 World-Ending Threats In Comics
- The Evolution of Cyclops—How the X-Men’s Leader Lost His Heart
- Superman: If There’s a Divorce, Who Gets What?
- 10 Dirt-Cheap Aliens Who Still Look Awesome
- 18 sci-fi drunk scenes funnier than anything you’ll see in Hangover 2
- I Wish I Had an Evil Twin: Why We Love and Fear Doppelgängers
- Putting South African science fiction on the map
- Interview: BioShock Movie ‘Definitely Still In The Conversation,’ says Ken Levine
- Interview: Harry Potter in One Word
- Interview: An interview with X-Men: First Class Director Matthew Vaughn
- Interview: The Weasley Twins (James & Oliver Phelps) talk Deathly Hallows 2
- Interview: ‘X-Men’ Star Jennifer Lawrence on the Key to Playing Katniss
- News: Orlando Bloom Confirmed as Legolas for ‘The Hobbit’
- News: Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch to Get R-Rated Extended Cut on Blu-ray
- The 10 Best Celebrity Voiceovers in Animated Films
- After seeing the trailer for Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, I know I’m going to see it in theaters. The question is, will I be laughing or covering my eyes through it. Looks like a toss up. I know Del Toro’s Orphanage scared the bejesus out of me, but I’ve never seen a horror flick about little monsters scuttling about that didn’t come off as at least a little chessy.
- The first photos from Men in Black III have hit the net. Are those Daleks?
- A new poster for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
- How The Empire Strikes Back Ruined Everything (in movie trilogies).
- Sean Young has posted a gallery of Polaroids taken on the set of Blade Runner.
- Ten Anime Films You Should See Before You Die
- The Urge to Flee the Theater: What District 9 Taught the World
- Watch the latest clip from Green Lantern, featuring Kilowog.
- What Blockbuster Slashing Prices Means For You
- Literally Unbelievable is a blog dedicated to Facebook users who don’t understand that The Onion is a satire news site.
- P.G. Wodehouse’s American Psycho
- Interview: InnsmouthFre Press interviews C.J. Henderson of Central Park Knight.
- Interview: My Bookish Ways interviews Gail Carriger.
- Interview: Suvudu interviews China Mieville.
- Interview: The Tribune profiles Connie Willis, author of Blackout.
- Interview: USA Today interviews Daniel H. Wilson of Robopocalypse
- News: Amazon counted the Top 20 Most Well-Read Cities in America.
- 8 Badass Books That Were Rejected by Publishers
- Andrew Wheeler muses on the Characteristic Ages of Genres.
- BBC Radio asks Is science fiction still a male-dominated genre?
- Guardian readers pick The best science fiction books.
- Tim Harford mentions Cory Doctorow’s For the Win in the context of selecting Five Books on Unexpected Economics.
- “Now is a better time to be a musician, or a fan of music, than any other time in all of human history.” Last Friday, the NPR Planet Money podcast featured musician Jonathan Coulton, whose online success prompted one host to compare the man (or his brand) to the blanket-with-arms Snuggie, i.e. “we didn’t know we wanted it, and then all of a sudden we did.” Coulton responds with his own thoughts on new business models for musicians in the Internet/file-sharing age.
- Theta Music Trainer: Train your ear with fun music games. Sharpen your sense of pitch and tone. Unlock the hidden patterns in music. Study music theory.
- News: Students Say Tablets Will Transform College, Most Don’t Own a Tablet.
- If Doctors Need Pit Crews, Tricorders Should Be Part of the Team
- The ten coolest futuristic movie cars
- Interview: Apparently, the next Doctor Who episode might be more important than you thought it was going to be. According to Matt Smith, the next Doctor Who Episode Will be a ‘Whopper.’ … Am I the only one who thinks that this is shaping up to be the best season ever?
- Interview: Doctor Who Confidential interviews Neil Gaiman
- Interview: IGN Interview with Sarah Michelle Gellar
- Interview: Sarah Michelle Gellar wants to honor her fandom with ‘Ringer’.
- News: IT Crowd Series 5 Could Be the Last…
- The 10 Greatest Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episodes
- How TV Criticism Has Changed … And Where It’s Going
- A Joss Whedon dilemma: the case For Firefly, Dollhouse and Dr. Horrible.. “Of the three pieces here, which is the most re-watchable?”
- Joss Whedon and His Creations: Some of the Best Reasons to Watch Sci-Fi.
- The Next Smallville: Batman or Wonder Woman? How awesome would a series that follows a young Bruce Wayne be? Let’s start a campaign to launch “Gotham”
- Seriously, there’s no such thing as a “Summer Glau Curse.”
- Edge interviews Ian Bogost about his odd social game, Cow Clicker.
- 3 Ways to Know When to End Your Chapters
- 7 Things I’ve Learned So Far by Bill Peschel
- The Characters Must Come First (in Any Genre)
- Writer’s Digest – Should You Write a Novel or Short Story?
- Writing Urban Fantasy without Vampires, detectives and tramp-stamped chicks
- Top Ten Pointers for Writers