- Amazing Sub-Zero cosplay
- Geekabyebaby has Cosplay Knit Caps for Kids
- Whedon, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Portal Bento Box
- sub|version looks like an aquatic version of Dr. Manhattan
- Interview: Karl Urban Interview: Talks Dredd 3D, Not Removing His Helmet & Saying Nothing About Star Trek 2!
- Interview: ‘Looper’: Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Rian Johnson are a tight team
- News: Announcing the 2012 Hugo Award Winners
- News: The Avengers takes $1.5 billion worldwide.
- News: Hobbit Gets Release Date; Second Film Now Titled “Desolation of Smaug”
- Reviews: A video essay on Superman Returns: “Superman Returns is far from perfect, yet its flaws don’t diminish the film’s impact. Its greatness originates in its respect for Superman’s decency; in Routh’s graceful, almost balletic incarnation of the character; and in Bryan Singer’s decision to express the hero’s goodness in a cascade of iconic images as beautiful as Superman himself–challenging us, daring us not to fall in love with him.”
- 10 Awesome Special Effects You’ll Be Shocked Didn’t Use CGI
- The 23 best film directors in the world today.
- Nine Films That Espouse The New GOP’s Libertarian Mindset
- Interview: James S.A. Corey Talks Caliban’s War
- Here are leaked images of Amazon Kindle Paperwhite
- Revelations from the A Memory of Light DragonCon Preview
- Science confirms ‘Doctor Who-type world, Gallifrey’
- Through the examination of carbon-14 formation in tree rings (abstract, main article paywalled), scientists have concluded that about 1200 years ago, the earth was bombarded by intense high radition, as if from a solar flare or supernova. The problem? Such an event would’ve been highly visible and documented at the time, and scientists were unaware of of any such record. At least until an ungrad in biochemistry googled it for them.
- News: Bionic Vision Australia researchers have successfully performed the first implantation of an early prototype bionic eye with 24 electrodes.
- News: Harvard creates cyborg flesh that’s half man, half machine
- Readers’ privacy is under threat in the digital age
- Interview: Doctor Who “Dinosaurs On A Spaceship” Writer Chris Chibnall
- Interview: Moffat Talks New Doctor Who Companion, Jenna-Louise Coleman
- Girls, Guns, Gags – Why the Future Belongs to the Funny
- The joy and X-Men like appeal of the tv show Alphas.
- Neil Gaiman Writing Another Doctor Who Episode?