- Adorably Evil NES Papercraft
- Dark Knight Sigmund Freud
- TARDIS shed and Dalek
- Thor Cupcakes
- The Tokyo Skytree Mural is a few pencil strokes short of being the world’s best Where’s Waldo challenge.
- Interview: Grant Morrison Stepping Back From Superhero Comics
- 5 Essential Women in the Batman Universe
- 5 Reasons You Should Start Reading Batman Comics Now
- Rare Batman Comics That Everyone Should Read
- Interview: Christopher Nolan advises next Batman director to ignore him
- Interview: Flickering Myth chats with the visual effects crew behind Prometheus.
- Interview: Why Joseph Gordon-Levitt has the crappiest gun in Looper
- 5 Batman Villains Who Deserved The Christopher Nolan Treatment
- Batman’s Gotham City Map: What Does Batman’s Home Really Look Like?
- First official look at Hanks and Berry in the Wachowskis’ sci-fi epic, Cloud Atlas
- The Meaning Of Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Fate In The Dark Knight Rises.
- The trailer for Cloud Atlas makes it look like the movie may actually live up to the novel. If so, it’s going to be the movie of the year. You can check out the extended trailer, plus a 2 1/2 minute commentary from the trio of directors, via Apple.
- Where Was The Joker In ‘The Dark Knight Rises?’ Nolan has previously done interviews in which he stated they would not be addressing the Joker at all in TKDR, but there seems to be an allusion buried in the script.
- JK Rowling Building £150K (~$235K) Hogwarts Inspired Treehouses For Her Children. I predict they’re bored of it within a week.
- The other day CNN let some dude named Joe Peacock vomit up an embarrassing piece on its Web site, about how how awful it is that geekdom is in the process of being overrun by attractive women dressing up in costumes when they haven’t displayed their geek cred to Mr. Peacock’s personal satisfaction. They weren’t real geeks, Mr. Peacock maintains … but John Scalzi contends Who Gets To Be a Geek? Anyone Who Wants to Be. Forbes seems to come down on Scalzi’s side with a parallel article: How Geek Gatekeeping Is Bad For Business.
- Vocal artist Nick McKaig provides his own accompaniment in this amazing a capella cover of the Indiana Jones theme. He’s also done the themes for The Simpsons and Star Wars.
- Interview: Before you click through, guess who the subject of this interview is: Sci-fi writer likes characters to suffer. Don’t let the “Sci-fi” throw you.
- Interview: Daniel Suarez talks Kill Decision in the latest Sword and Laser.
- Interview: I Should Be Writing interviews Saladin Ahmed.
- Interview: The Reading Cafe presents Marjorie M Liu of the Hunter Kiss series.
- Interview: Steven Erikson discusses the ten-part Malazan Book of the Fallen
- Interview: Ursula K. Le Guin: Still Battling the Powers That Be
- News: Hotel replaces Bibles with ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
- Have We Passed the Point Where Science Fiction is Fiction?
- How Ancient Epics are Just Like Modern Social Networks
- I Hate This Book So Much: A Meditation
- Race and Races in Fantasy
- Significant Disruption For Traditional Publishers Still To Come
- News: Researchers at the University of Virgina have built a robot that mimics the swimming movement of a manta ray. Good work, scientists. You just keep right on ushering in our nightmarish robot apocalypse.
- News: The BBC America Doctor Who Documentary Specials premiere this August
- News: Doctor Who First British Show on EW Cover
- 10 Things We Want From a New Star Trek TV Show
- Conan O’Brien Reviews “Minecraft” for XBox 360
- Interview: Valve’s Gabe Newell on the Future of Games, Windows 8 and More
- News: Mists of Pandaria, the fourth expansion for World of Warcraft, will be available in stores and online starting Tuesday, Sept. 25. Pre-orders are live now.
- The Black Element is the first gaming mouse designed to cool your hand as you play… perfect for all the palm sweaters out there.
- Valve Software Chief: Windows 8 a “Catastrophe”