- 8-Bit Last Supper
- Dinner’s coming! Game Of Thrones House Pizzas you’ll need a sword to cut
- Doctor Who cast as Southpark Characters
- My Neighbor Totoro Fighting Mech
- Robocop statue in Detroit moves forward.
- Star Trek Enterprise NCC 1701C Coffee Table by barryshields2
- Is Spider-Man Building Too Many Gadgets?
- What Makes A Good Comic Book Rivalry? Why the similarities between hero’s and villains is what makes for the most interesting relationships.
- Interview: James Cameron comments on Ridley Scott’s return to the Alien universe in Prometheus
- Interview: Joss Whedon talks The Cabin in the Woods, The Avengers, his writing process, Comic-Con, collecting and more
- Interview: Joss Whedon will be answering fan questions on Reddit on April 10th.
- Interview: With Comic-Con Episode IV, Morgan Spurlock Creates Ultimate Geek Documentary… featuring Joss Whedon
- News: Now you can own the horrible town from The Hunger Games
- The Hipster Games
- Star Wars condoms. We’ve finally reached a point in history where geeks may need them.
- Interview: “Alien vs. Predator” poet Michael Robbins in The Paris Review.
- Interview: Amber Benson of Buffy fame talks about her latest urban fantasy
- Interview: Jon Sprunk talks to Only the Best about The Shadow Saga.
- Interview: Jonathan Strahan chats with Gary K. Wolfe
- Interview: Mark Chadbourn on Jack of Ravens, Writing Trilogies, and *Not* Thinking in Terms of Genres or Sub-Genres
- Interview: Robert Silverberg on The Majipoor Re-releases and Writing
- Interview: William Gibson appeared on VICE’s Motherboard TV
- News: E-books spur reading among Americans, survey shows
- Art of the Genre: Top 10 Literary Sci-Fi/Fantasy Covers of the 1970s
- Clarkesworld Magazine has a roundtable this month discussing the relationship speculative fiction has with academia.
- In October of 1973, Bruce Severy — a 26-year-old English teacher at Drake High School, North Dakota — decided to use Kurt Vonnegut’s novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, as a teaching aid in his classroom. The next month, on November 7th, the head of the school board, Charles McCarthy, demanded that all 32 copies be burned in the school’s furnace as a result of its “obscene language.” Other books soon met with the same fate. On the 16th of November, Kurt Vonnegut sent McCarthy the following letter. He didn’t receive a reply.
- Why We Need Big, Bold Science Fiction
- News: Captain America 2 gets a release date.
- News: Following their Toonami April Fool’s Day joke, Cartoon Network is asking fans if they want the anime-heavy programming block back for real.
- 1st Doctor Who set pics from Amy and Rory’s (sniff!) final episode
- The 20 Greatest TV Pilots Since 2000.
- Check out the teaser from Falling Skies EP 201 that was released at the 2012 Emerald City Comicon
- Mainstream finally believes fantasy fans
- NY Times Insults HBO’s Game Of Thrones Viewers Again
- Read the script that got the new Doctor Who companion her job
- Why We Love Sociopaths
- Just beating Bank of America, Consumerist readers have voted Electronic Arts the worst company in America
- ‘Mass Effect,’ indeed: How one game changed the industry forever