- Interview: DC Women interviews the first woman to write Batman in a long while.
- 10 Comic Book Characters Long Overdue for Their Own Video Games
- 10 Comic Book Writers Turned Prose Pros
- If You Make a Bed of Comics, You’ll Have to Sleep in It
- Infographic: 50 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT STAR TREK
- 13 pop-culture attempts to make puppets appealing to adult audiences
- Star Trek’s History of Progressive Values — And Why It Faltered on LGBT Crew
- Check out this Mini Death Star handcrafted from a Ping Pong Ball
- New Hope opening in Minecraft
- Portrait of the Joker made of movie quotes.
- Simpsons Movie Poster Parodies
- Starship Enterprise Transformer
- Gawker wrote about the seven most essential Iron Man comic books.
- Grant Morrison tells the story of Batman’s life to Kevin Smith. With illustrations.
- In celebration of the new Iron Man 3 film hitting theaters today, Oakland-based web designer and front-end developer Ross Patton design a marvelous interactive timeline for Wired Underwire displaying 14 of “The Greatest Iron Man Armors of the Last 50 Years.”
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- 10 Actors Who Would Be Awesome In The Marvel Cinematic Universe
- 10 Movie Endings With Disturbing Implications You Totally Missed
- The Hollywood Reporter ran a editorial pitching Man of Steel should be rated PG.
- Interview: My Bookish Ways interviews Brian McClellan of Promise of Blood
- Interview: SF Squeecast interviews Cherie Priest of The Inexplicables
- Interview: Tor Books UK interviews China Miéville of Railsea
- 30 Books That Should Be Turned Into Films
- Ebook anxieties increase as publishing revolution rolls on. Amazon’s bid for rights to sell secondhand ebooks adds another layer of complexity to a world where the certainties of print culture are dissolving.
- Pew Study: Why Parents Love Libraries
- Interview: Ramon Perez talks Wolverins and the X-Men at C2E2 2013
- Interview: The writer for Detective Comics talks about the ‘Law and Order’ of the Batman comics at C2E2 2013.
- The Top Ten Strongest Non-Superpowered Women in Comics
- Which Comics Should I Get? Your Free Comic Book Day Cheat Sheet
- Interview: Penelope Austin Lands Song In Star Trek Into Darkness
- Interview: Damon Lindelof: Star Trek is hard science fiction, not science fantasy
- Interview: IM3: Don Cheadle, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rebecca Hall & Guy Pearce
- Interview: Shane Black and Kevin Feige Build a Better Iron Man
- Interview: Speaking to Desde Hollywood, Avengers Assemble director and Marvel Phase 2 mastermind Joss Whedon teased a more long-term plan for Marvel Comics villain Thanos, hinting that we might have to wait until the third ensemble film to see the Mad Titan defeated.
- Interview: Director and Screenwriter Shane Black Talks ‘Iron Man 3′
- Interview: Hellboy 3 Must Happen, Says Ron Perlman
- Interview: ‘Oblivion’ Director Joseph Kosinski on Sci-Fi Filmmaking
- Interview: Robert Downey Jr. Says He’s ‘Renegotiating’ His ‘Iron Man’ Contract
- Interview: SFX interviews Arthur C. Clarke Award Director Tom Hunter.
- 10 Comic Books That Should Never Become Movies
- 10 under-the-radar movies for summer 2013
- 50 Of The Dumbest Decisions In Movie History
- Favorite Guilty Pleasure Movies
- Why reviews are weird – Film Crit Hulk talks at great length about the problems with movie reviews and the best way for you to enjoy Iron Man 3. As always, he’s an essential read, all-caps styling aside.
- Interview: Amanda Conner of Power Girl to Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre
- Interview: Comics Beat interviews Emma Vieceli of Dragon Heir: Reborn
- 6 Comic Crossovers That Would Make Great Movies
- 10 Candidates for an All-Female AVENGERS
- Infographic: Plotting Comic Books’ Rapid Takeover of Hollywood
- Interview: Abrams says Star Trek “must be sexy!”
- Interview: Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios President, On The Future Of ‘Iron Man’
- Interview: The problem is that cinema, as I define it and as something that inspired me, is under assault by the studios and, from what I can tell, with the full support of the audience. The reasons for this, in my opinion, are more economic than philosophical, but when you add an ample amount of fear and lack of vision and a lack of leadership you’ve got a trajectory that is pretty difficult to reverse. – “Retired” director Steven Soderbergh speaks to the San Francisco International Film Festival about the state of cinema