- The Battle for Middle Earth graffiti
- Bioshock’s Columbia re-created in Minecraft in fine detail
- BioShock Infinite Concept Art
- Calvin and Hobbes Game Box Art
- Dresden Codak artist Gender Bends The Hyrule Universe
- Interview: Comics Beat interviewed Image publisher Eric Stephenson on the Saga #12 controversy. His verdict? The whole situation “kinda sucks.”
- News: Judge Dredd Becomes The First Graphic Novel For World Book Night
- Apple Bans Saga #12 From the App Store for Two Tiny Images of Gay Sex? [Alternate source] Actually, ComiXology banned the issue believing Apple wouldn’t approve it. Apple not blocking comics with gay sex from the App Store after all. Comixology should not be done explaining what happened with Saga #12.
- Diversity in DC Comics and John Stewart
- Interview: Director Roland Emmerich on the Set of ‘White House Down’
- Interview: Legendary Pictures CEO Thomas Tull Talks Duncan Jones’ WORLD OF WARCRAFT Movie
- 5 Horror Classics That Should Never Be Remade (and 10 That Could Be)
- 10 Noble Film Failures In The Last Decade
- 10 Movies That Are Terribly Racist About Aliens
- Joseph Gordon Levitt’s “open source production company” looks pretty cool. Contribute, get paid, maybe even get your work on his tv show.
- Learn How the ‘Jurassic Park’ Dinos Were Built and Where They Got Their Voices
- How the Digital Public Library of America hopes to build a real public commons
- You can call her a “Wonder-wench” if you want, but you’ll probably just get smacked. 18 obsolete words, which never should have gone out of style.
- Interview: ABRAMS Blog interviews Cat Winters of In the Shadow of Blackbirds
- Interview: Coode Street welcomes Kij Johnson of At the Mouth of the River of Bees: Stories, to discuss the Hugo Awards.
- Interview: Gripping Science Tales Need Not Be Science Fiction: Cosmologist Lawrence Krauss and theoretical physicist Brian Greene discuss how to spin a yarn about string theory or the Big Bang, without hyping the science. And novelist Ian McEwan, whose books touch on neurosurgery and quantum field theory, talks about what science offers to fiction.
- Interview: Guy Gavriel Kay on Writing River of Stars
- Interview: Mary Robinette Kowal participates in a Reddit AMA. She was also recently interviewed by Free Book Friday.
- Interview: My Bookish Ways interviews Elizabeth Haynes of A Turn of Light.
- News: Science fiction writer Iain M. Banks has only a few months to live due to inoperable cancer. The Quarry, to be released later this year, will be his last novel.
- Reviews: First Oblivion Reviews: It’s as lifeless as the Earth it’s set on. Who keeps hiring Tom Cruise?!!
- How the Inheritance Cycle Differs from Fantasy Epics in the Past
- Mostly an Ode to Iain Banks
- Top 10 Most Underrated Science Fiction Authors
- William Gibson’s formulae for success: No rayguns
- How to Catch an Asteroid: NASA Mission Explained
- Humans won’t survive 1,000 years on ‘our fragile planet’, says Stephen Hawking
- On behalf of Game of Thrones fans everywhere, author Joe Hill Tweeted astrophysicist guru Neil deGrasse Tyson to ask “is there an orbit for an earthlike world that allows 7 years of summer, than 3 years of winter?” We eagerly await his response. I suggested: “Not necessarily an orbit issue. The winters may be caused by a wobble in the Planetary Axis Tilt. Why? Because magic.”
- Sleeping in Space
- Five Things We Learned at the Game of Thrones Exhibit
- How the novels taught me to love TNG again
- Top 20 Greatest Sci-Fi & Fantasy TV Show Finales
- Pirates Steal ‘Game Of Thrones’: Why HBO Doesn’t Mind
- Interview: DARK’s Ravi Sinha on Gameplay Details, Reminiscing About Bloodlines and Why Twilight is Officially Old-Hat
- Interview: Minecraft’s Markus Persson wants you to ‘make games for yourself’
- News: Xbox players better in bed than Playstation and Wii rivals, study finds
- Death is dead: how modern video game designers killed danger
- Using The New Sim City, 6 Urban Planners Battle For Bragging Rights
- Blood-Red Pencil: 5 Tips to Effective Dialogue
- Five Ways to Build the Writing Habit
- How to Overcome The ‘I’m Not a Good Writer’ Syndrome
- Story Structure Provides A Framework For Meaning
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