- Interview: The Innsmouth Press interviews Daryl Hutchinson, the illustrator of the famous Lovecraft Tarot, which was first released more than a decade ago and is now a prized collector’s item.
- Check out The LOST Underground Art Show, a great Lost tribute blog.
- Mark Weaver is offering up some awesome modern art with a roleplaying theme, D4 and D6, at his blog, the Adventuring Company.
- Who Wants to See Jar Jar Binks Savagely Elbowed in the Face? Well, here it is.
- News: ‘Iron Man 2′ Buzz Heats Up Over Rumors Gwyneth Paltrow Gets Punched In Face. (The Onion) I know I’d pay to see that!
- News: Marvel Planning Lower Scale Films with Third Tier Characters
- News: Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones Confirmed For 3D ‘Men In Black 3′
- Here’s 15 Movie Posters Re-Imagined With the Stars Originally Cast.
- The Iron Man 2 Imax poster is out. Check it out at the Heat Vision Blog.
- Sci Fi Wire picks the 13 most explosive volcanic eruptions from sci-fi films and TV.
- News: Hulu pushes forward with $9.95 subscription service
- College Humor offers Memos to the Battlestar Galactica.
- The One Page Dungeon Contest has selected this year’s winners. (24MB PDF)
- William Shatner sings “Total Eclipse of the Heart” duet with bowl-cut kid.
- Interview: Douglas Clegg is the latest guest on Dragon Page.
- News: Amazon profit up 68 pct; outlook scares investors
- The Examiner has compiled a selection of 50 Classic Authors ripping on other Classic Authors sure to boost the ego of any new writer.
- The New York Public Library’s book sorting machine is the stuff of sociologists’ nightmares, but it’s a technophile’s wet dream.
- PanMacmillan presents the A-Z of China Mieville, starting with A is for Antlion.
- News: The American Torchwood project has been canceled by Fox.
- Here are A.C. Nielsen Co.’s latest statistics on American Television Viewership.
- Everyone in the U.K. knows that the patron saint of England is St. George: the guy who slew the dragon, big red cross, etc. But Adam Rutherford, a correspondent for the Guardian newspaper, has issues with him—beginning with the question of whether he really existed—and proposes a new patron saint: Doctor Who!
- Wired has put together an infographic demonstrating How the characters of Lost are connected.