- The art behind the “Game of Thrones” opening title sequence
- Art of the Genre: Top 10 Literary Sci-Fi/Fantasy Covers of the 1970s
- Game of Thrones Cake
- The Houses of Westeros, as minimalist posters… or, as Chibi Game of Thrones house banners.
- Gorgeous A Song of Ice and Fire illustrations
- What if Doctor Who were a Super Nintendo roleplaying game?
- Is “Game of Thrones” too white?
- Game of Thrones and The Lord of the Rings are set in fantasy worlds, so why does everybody speak with a British accent?
- Interview: Joss Whedon reveals his favorite horror movie.
- News: Adam Sandlers Jack & Jill sweeps the 2012 Razzies awards
- A.D. Jameson offers this insightful critique of the opening scenes of Inception
- Evil … or the Victim of Framing? Bad Guys in Science Fiction Film
- The Geektastic Films from Sundance 2012 You Need to See
- George Lucas hates cities
- Is a ’director’s cut’ ever a good idea? The director’s cut has been a feature of the home video landscape for years, getting a significant boost from multi-disk DVD and now Blu-Ray sets. There are some pretty bad ones around, but which are the best? Movie sites like Shortlist, IGN Movies, MoviesOnline.ca, FilmWad and Empire have all given us lists of the best (and worst), and online discussions have suggested others (Blade Runner tops most lists, but beyond that they diverge significantly). Where do you start when that two-hour epic isn’t epic enough?
- Interview: Geek Nation talks to Wil Wheaton about the launch of Table Top
- Interview: The Washington Post profiles Felicia Day: “If you are a geek-a proud, noble reclaiming-the-word geek-then Felicia Day is your deity.”
- Interview: Wil Wheaton Q&A Hour at Emerald City Comicon
- Internet April Fool’s Prank Watch, 2012
- Interview: ‘Buffy’ star Amber Benson turns a page with How to Be Death
- Interview: A conversation with Karen Russell, author of Swamplandia!
- Interview: James Patterson Explains Why His Books Sell Like Crazy
- Interview: John C. Wright discusses his new book, Count To A Trillion.
- Interview: Kim Stanley Robinson: Can sci-fi motivate us to save the environment?
- Is making books social a good thing or a bad thing?
- Is military science fiction nationalistic?
- The real-life inspirations for “Game of Thrones”
- The Holy Cosmos: The New Religion of Space Exploration. Carl Sagan and Neil deGrasse Tyson are high priests, astronauts are like saints that ascend into heaven, and extraterrestrials are as gods — benevolent, wise, and capable of manipulating space and time.
- OMG SPACE aims to illustrate the scale and the grandeur of our solar system, as well as illustrate through the use of infographics our work in the exploration of our solar system with various spacecraft.
- Can computers have true artificial intelligence?
- The flying car is here! In this video, the Terrafugia Transition flying car goes for a drive and a flight. This is the first demonstrated flight of the vehicle at significant altitude (above ground effect).
- NSF-Funded Project Aims To Enable Print-On-Demand, Customizable Robots
- Interview: 7 Burning Questions About Game of Thrones’ Second Season
- 10 Times the Doctor Acted Like a Total Bastard on Doctor Who
- “Game of Thrones” parenting lessons
- ‘Lost Girl’ isn’t ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ – and that’s okay.