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- Charles Lushear of Bohemian Workbench offers this Bat Symbol coffee table, because who wouldn’t want a Bat Symbol sitting in the middle of their living room?
- Game of Thrones House T-Shirts
- Modern Games as Atari Cartridges
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- Interview: Dwayne Johnson Bonded with Sergeant Slaughter for ‘G.I. Joe 2′
- Interview: How do you make an Evil Dead movie after Cabin in the Woods? Fede Alvarez addresses io9′s questions on operating in a “post-Cabin” world.
- Interview: Joss Whedon Much Ado About Nothing WonderCon 2013 Live Blog
- Interview: Joss Whedon and the Cast of Much Ado About Nothing at WonderCon
- Interview: Quentin Dupieux: “Almost Every Movie Makes Too Much Sense”
- News: Christopher Nolan Wants Matthew McConaughey for ‘Interstellar’
- News: HBO: Game of Thrones Piracy is a Compliment, Doesn’t Hurt Sales
- Five Ways G.I. Joe: Retaliation Gets Things Back on Track (and Missteps)
- Read Philip K. Dick’s 1981 letter predicting Blade Runner’s impact
- Stitch Kingdom has a very extensive round up of official Iron Man 3 facts.
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- Someone please tell me once and for all, is the Fake Geek Girl meme sexist or not? Because when even the confirmed geek girls are brawling over the topic, a poor nerd like me doesn’t stand a chance of being politically correct.
- Interview: LitStack interviews Mary Robinette Kowal of Without a Summer
- Interview: My Bookish Ways interviews Peter Higgins of Wolfhound Century
- Interview: Nightmare interviews Jonathan Maberry of Extinction Machine:.
- Interview: Reddit AMA with Lev Grossma
- Interview: Talking Writing interviews Connie Willis of The Doomsday Book
- Comic Fantasy 101: From Tom Holt to Douglas Adams
- Neil Gaiman on his old cat and writing. Pair with his 8 rules of writing and his timeless advice on living the creative life, then break out the tissues and wash down with Hemingway Shoots His Cat. Cats have a long history as literary muses.
- On ReReading by Guy Gavriel Kay
- Science Fiction – Our Conversation with the Future
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- When You Realize You Can’t Read All The Things
- Interview: Clark Gregg talks about Coulson’s return in S.H.I.E.L.D..
- Interview: ‘Game of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage on Tyrion’s season 3 survival
- Interview: ‘Game of Thrones’ producers Q&A: Why season 3 is the most epic yet
- Interview: Screen Cave interviews Steven Moffat.
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- News: Syfy’s time-travelling cop show Continuum coming back for S2
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