- Address is Approximate: “A lonely desk toy longs for escape from the dark confines of the office, so he takes a cross country road trip to the Pacific Coast in the only way he can – using a toy car and Google Maps Street View.”
- Lego Lightning McQueen/Millennium Falcon mashup
- Star Wars Themed Engagement Photos! Boy, did this dude hit the jackpot.
- Interview: Christos Gage and Rebekah Isaacs talks to Angel & Faith.
- Interview: Sayuri Ueda, author of The Cage of Zeus (Haikasoru)
- News: DC Entertainment has launched an Amazon storefront in conjunction with its deal to sell 100 graphic novels exclusively on the Kindle Fire tablet.
- The Best Ongoing Comic Books of 2011
- Top Ten Marvel Comics You Can Still Save From Cancellation
- Are Zombies Truly the Harbinger of Genre Crossover?
- Here’s a list of Science Fictional Families That Are More Evil Than Yours to cheer you up over Thanksgiving weekend.
- How women are winning sci-fi’s battle of the sexes
- News: Star Trek 2 Set for May 2013, Will Be in 3-D
- 10 Fun Muppet Facts You Probably Don’t Know
- 10 vampire stories that are more romantic than Twilight: Breaking Dawn.
- 25 Awesome Horror Films You Probably Haven’t Seen (But Really Should)
- The Bloody, Twisted, Inverted World of Twilight: Violent Vampire Sex, Demon-Babies and Overwhelming Female Desire
- Elijah Wood Suggests ‘Lord of the Rings’ Could Eventually Get 3D Re-Release
- TotalFilm counts down the 50 Worst Horror Movies ever.
- Why I’m Thankful to Science Fiction Films
- Interview: Carrie Salo on The Essential Question That All SF/F Asks
- Interview: Christopher Paolini is busy touring to promote the final volume in the Inheritance Cycle, Inheritance. Happily, he was able to spare a few moments of his very rare downtime to answer some questions about his book and share a few tips for struggling young writers.
- Interview: Exclusive Amazon Interview with Sir Terry Pratchett
- Interview: Lauren Beukes Talks Zoo City, Research, and Face Recognition
- Interview: Mark Lawrence talks about artificial intelligence, publishing, and his debut novel, the Prince of Thorns
- News: Anne McCaffrey, author of Dragonriders of Pern, is dead.
- Howard Andrew Jones on The Roots of Arabian Fantasy
- Infographic: 9 Astonishing Facts About Amazon
- Infographic: Reading Digitally claims that 8 out of 10 people prefer reading ebooks.
- Science Fiction Techniques in Spy Novels: James Bond and George Smiley
- News: Now ‘Buffy’ is a smartphone!
- 10 Robots Inspired by Animals and Insects
- 10 Space Station Design Concepts
- Ereader Wars: Which Tablet Earned the Most Online Buzz?
- Researchers Build Terminator Contact Lens
- Interview: Marina Sirtis thinks there’s only one way Next Gen could come back
- News: ‘Game of Thrones’ casts its Lord of Bones
- News: SyFy Orders ‘Booster Gold’ TV Pilot Script… I am both disgusted and completely unsurprised. Who is still watching this channel?!!
- Reviews: The frustrating sci-fi drama “Terra Nova” finally shows signs of life
- 48 reasons to love Doctor Who on its 48th anniversary … and the 48 Other Things We Love About Doctor Who, too. Cuz the man deserves two lists..
- Buffy, Trek and 14 other Thanksgiving episodes of sci-fi TV shows
- Forty-eight years ago this evening, BBC viewers were introduced to a cranky old man, his granddaughter Susan, and the singular device they used to travel the universe. Happy birthday, Doctor Who! The first episode, “An Unearthly Child,” was originally titled “100,000 BC,” and can be viewed online (part 1, part 2, part 3).
- The Future History Of Doctor Who
- Mahna Mahna: How a ditty from a soft-core Italian movie became a Muppet hit.
- Chuck Norris World of Warcraft Commercial
- Consumer Reports Warns Shoppers to Avoid GameStop this Holiday
- A look back at a cataclysmic year for World of Warcraft
- The need for cheats: PC cheating has gone from lazy Web site fodder to an industry with sophisticated tools.
- Paying the price for bad games: When does selling a shoddy title cross the line from annoying to unethical?
- Tips from the Pros: Shelly Mazzanoble on How to Be Inspired
- What Films & TV Teach Us About Writing, specifically what Castle teaches us.
- Writers recommend writing exercises for aspiring genre writers.