- Couple cosplays Anya Stroud and Marcus Fenix (from Gears of War)
- The iconic final scene of Planet of the Apes recreated in Legos over at the Retroist
- Music fan video from ColossalCon 2012
- The Rise Of 8-Bit Art
- Summer is Coming
- Interview: Chris Hemsworth talks Thor 2, The Avengers and working with Joss.
- Interview: Damon Lindelof talks writing Prometheus, fan fiction
- Interview: ‘Prometheus’: Could There Be A Sequel? Co-writer Damon Lindelof tells MTV News if there were a follow-up, ‘it wouldn’t be ‘Alien.’
- Interview: Stanley Kubrick didn’t like giving long interviews, but he loved playing chess. So when the physicist and writer Jeremy Bernstein paid him a visit to gather material for a piece for The New Yorker about a new film project he was writing with Arthur C. Clarke, Kubrick was intrigued to learn that Bernstein was a fairly serious chess player. The result was an unusually long and candid recorded interview for the New Yorker.
- Review: ‘Prometheus’ has ‘Alien’ biology hard-wired by ‘Blade Runner’ soul
- 50 Worst Sci-Fi & Fantasy Movies That Had No Excuse
- One Theory That Finally Explains What’s Going on in Prometheus
- Disney steps up efforts to bring “Avengers” to its parks.
- “Everything’s Okay Now” is a short, funny video starring Amy Acker of Angel.
- NPR Intern Emily White wrote that out of a library of 11,000 songs, she had only purchased 15 CDs. Camper Van Beethoven/Cracker’s David Lowery responds: “Why do you pay real money for this other stuff but not music?”
- Peter Jackson Opens Up About His Personal Hobbit Friends In Beginnings Of Genius Marketing Campaign Or Full-On Mental Breakdown.
- Interview: Diabolical Plots Talks With Mike Resnick
- Interview: Is science fiction coming to Africa? Lauren Beukes weighs in.
- Interview: Kim Stanley Robinson plugs his newest book, 2312, in a fairly long interview with the New Zealand Listener
- The New York Review of Science Fiction: Calling A Sword A Sword
- A Golden Age of Books? There Were Only 500 Real Bookstores in 1931
- Lev Grossman sets us straight on 20 Things Characters Should Do More Often.
- The Weird World of Fan Fiction
- Does a galaxy filled with habitable planets mean humanity is doomed?
- Science gets burned by Prometheus
- Teleportation Like That Seen On ‘Star Trek’ Unlikely In Real World, Physicists Say
- Infographic: A Size Comparison Chart of 20 Real-Life Spaceships With the Starship Enterprise demonstrates just how far we have left to go.
- Former D&D Gaming Guru Ditches Dice, And Creates Magic Wand With Bluetooth
- Not Science Fiction Anymore: Mail.ru’s Dmitry Grishin Launches Robotics Fund
- The Water Bottle Of The Future: A Cyborg System That Keeps You From Needing To Drink. In our dystopian future, we may all get an implant.
- Interview: Jorge Garcia talks to the Nerdist about strange vending machines, his career journey to LOST, and living in Hawaii
- News: HBO halts Game of Thrones DVD shipping, yanks episode with appearance of Bush’s severed head. Fans pissed.
- Interview: Executive producer Ron Rosenberg explained to Kotaku that the attempted Lara Croft rape will make Tomb Raider players want to “protect” her.
- Action Half-Life is a multiplayer modification that focused on cinematic gun-play. The game featured maps by Hondo, who was famous for incorporating massive puzzles in to his levels. These sprawling mysteries are explored by YouTube user bobandalot through narrative walkthroughs uploaded to his channel: Endless Rain 2, HdHouse, and No Credit
- So What If I’m A Woman? Let Me Play The Game.
- Video from the Lollipop Chainsaw Release Party
- Stephenson’s Racket: Why the Snow Crash author wants to crowdfund CLANG
- When Game Violence Becomes Vile: This was the blaring exclamation point on the end of a day of gleefully grotesque neck-shanking, leg-severing, and – of course – man-shooting. I can honestly think of maybe five games – in four multiple-hour press conferences – that didn’t feature some sort of lovingly rendered death-dealing mechanic. And oh how show-goers cheered.
- World of MapCraft: Glitch dev turns World of Warcraft into Google Maps