- Aperture Xmas
- The Enterprise built entirely from an old hard drive and computer parts.
- Hand illustrated “Dovahkiicks“
- How artist Dave McKean created multidimensional covers for Sandman in an era before Photoshop
- Interview: Stan Lee Answers Questions From Comic Book Men Fans
- Guy Gardner proves his worth in the Corps
- News: ‘Harry Potter’ back at Leavesden to shoot scenes for Wizarding World
- News: There’s an ‘Angry Birds’ Movie Coming in 2016
- 25 Things You Might Not Know About ‘The Hobbit’
- Cinemageddon: 2012 in Movies, a supercut of ll the best films of 2012.
- James Cameron‘s Sworn Declaration on How He Created ‘Avatar‘
- The Looper screenplay is available as a free download.
- New York Times film critic A.O. Scott has proclaimed 2012 the “Year of Heroine Worship” in a thoughtful piece on the abundance of female-starring movies from the last 12 months. New York magazine blog The Cut offers a rebuttal with “Hollywood Having Worst ‘Year of the Woman’ Ever.“
- Seven IMDB Entries Nothing Like the Actual Movie
- Star Trek Into Darkness’: Is Khan The Villain?
- Video proof that the Inception Horn is being used in every trailer… Plus, An Aural History of the Inception Horn.
- Why Do Studios Hide Original Sci-Fi Until the Last Minute?
- Interview: Tom Hiddleston on Thor 2
- Interview: Fantasy author Scott Lynch shows he’s a gentleman, not a bastard. The creator of The Lies of Locke Lamora lays into a reader calling him out over the women in his PC pirate brigade
- Interview: Sarah Fine is the author of Sanctum, the first in the Guards of the Shadowlands young adult urban fantasy trilogy.
- Paul Krugman: Asimov’s Foundation novels grounded my economics. The fantastical tale offers a still-inspiring dream of a social science that could save civilisation.
- Evidence Noah’s Biblical Flood Happened, Says Robert Ballard
- How Many People Are In Space Right Now?
- Interview: On Attack of the Show, Nathan Fillion talks about meeting Jonathan Frakes for the first time.
- Secrets of the Very First Original Sci-Fi Program
- Nintendo Power: Remembering America’s Longest-Lasting Game Magazine
- The PBS Idea Channel takes a look at how Minecraft can be a useful simulation for what life could be like in a post-scarcity economy where technology like Makerbots has become common.