- Interview: Geoff Johns on Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Justice League!
- News: Comic-Con badges go on sale this weekend. Get yours before they sell out!
- Batman should kill the Joker. No, he shouldn’t. Yes, he should. No really, he shouldn’t. What would Kant, Mill, Hobbes, Nietzsche, and Rawls think? Via: the tweetstream of @TalkPhilosophy.
- How a Three-Year-Old Girl Introduced Her Dad to Superhero Comics
- ScienceFiction.com makes an argument for the Top 10 Superman Foes.
- Interview: John Cusack on theories of Edgar Allan Poe’s death
- Interview: Ryan Reynolds: ‘Deadpool’ Not Connected to ‘X-Men Origins’
- Interview: Willem Defoe talks about Thark laungage in John Carter.
- 6 Great Comic Book Movies Snubbed by the Oscars
- 10 Things You Didn’t Know About PRIMER
- 10 Questions Raised By The Avengers Trailer
- The Best Quasi-Science Fiction Movies You Probably Haven’t Seen
- Den of Geek remembers The top 50 post-end credits scenes
- Hero Worship: What Do We Really Want From Superhero Movies?
- Meet The Residents Of Collinwood Manor in this ‘Dark Shadows’ Photo Shoot
- We Can’t Believe They Are Remaking These 15 Iconic Movies in 2012.
- Interview: Bibliophile Stalker chats with Arctic Rising author Tobias S. Buckell
- Interview: With Darkening Skies, the second in the new Hadrumnal Crisis trilogy, hitting shelves this week, Solaris spoke to Juliet E. McKenna of The Chronicles of the Lescari Revolution about her favorite fantasy characters, the interaction between folklore, myth and history, and wizards turned bad…
- Interview: Rue Morgue chats with Lauren Beukes, author of Zoo City
- Interview: Staffer’s talks with Songs of the Earth author Elspeth Cooper
- Interview: Tobias Buckell on his new near-future thriller, Arctic Rising
- News: Amazon’s Kindle Lending Library touts indie writers
- News: Science fiction writers battle Amazon.com in pricing dispute
- 10 Weirdest Science Fiction Novels That You’ve Never Read
- Did IPG chuck Amazon’s tea into the bay? – latimes.com
- Over 650 Philip K. Dick book covers: It’s interesting to see how these change over time, and from country to country.
- NASA has announced that the latest Kepler data dump contains 1,091 extrasolar planet candidates, with 196 Earth-sized planets among them. The data shows “a clear trend toward smaller planets at longer orbital periods is evident with each new catalog release. This suggests that Earth-size planets in the habitable zone are forthcoming if, indeed, such planets are abundant.” Total Kepler candidates as of February 27, 2012: 2,321.
- Warp speed? Slowing down could be a real killer. Physicists say coming out of faster-than-light speed would unleash powerful particle beams
- Interview: Google chairman Eric Schmidt tells the Mobile World Congress that rapid advances in technology will soon transform science fiction into reality.
- Remember Scorpion and Subzero? Turns out, all they were doing was re-charging their Phones.
- Interview: Steven Moffat talks possible directions for Sherlock series 3.
- 9 sci-fi spinoffs we want and the characters who’d make us watch
- Review: Journey: A hauntingly beautiful art house film disguised as a game
- Mass Effect 3’s gay male love scenes (the game lets the player determine the main character’s sexual orientation)
have already triggered a battle between YouTubers. (At the time of the main link’s posting, it was 1,320 dislikes versus 292 likes. As of now, it’s 1,857 dislikes vs. 1,078 likes.) Gamespot hopes that ME3 ushers in a “a more mature form of interactive storytelling.“