- Awesome Movie Spaceship Chart Poster
- Game of Thrones Minimalist House Posters
- Mad magazine parodies The Avengers.
- R2-D2 Birthday Cake
- News: New Comics Publisher Launching
- The History of Censorship in Comics.
- It’s Time for Women to Read Comics in Public, Again! (August 28th)
- What ‘Age’ Of Comics Is This?
- Interview: Cabin in the Woods Q&A in actual woods with Goddard & Williams.
- Alternative authors’ versions of Lord of the Rings
- Avengers deleted scene gets inside the mind of the Incredible Hulk
- Awesome! Movies Now Boasting Non-Spoilery Trailers… In France.
- Building ALIENS Full-Size Alien Queen Puppet
- How Hollywood converts novels into Movies.
- Print your own Dalek cupcake wrappers
- Want to Know When We’ll See Smaug in THE HOBBIT Movies?
- Interview: Geeky Pleasures talks to Carrie Vaughn about Kitty Steals the Show
- Interview: If you haven’t discovered Dave Zeltserman yet, you’re in for a treat! Dave’s wonderful new novel, Monster, based on the story of Frankenstein’s monster, just came out, and it’s a perfect place to start.
- Interview: My Bookish Ways talks with Tiffany Trent, author of The Unnaturalists
- Interview: NYTimes profiles Harry Harrison.
- Harry Potter, Orwell or Dickens: which would you like to pass on to your kids?
- In the final keynote speech at the 2012 Edinburgh World Writers’ conference, China Miéville asks what the future holds for the novel in cultural, political and digital terms – and concludes with a demand for salaried writing
- Racism row over SF novel about black ‘Coals’ and white ‘Pearls’
- News: NASA Named Curiosity’s Landing Site After A Science Fiction Legend
- Is there enough energy to move the entire current human population off-planet?
- Add the McLaren X-1 to the real-life cars that could be used as a Batmobile
- Interview: Doctor Who Online podcast interviews Ian Levine. In parallel with his career as a DJ and record producer who worked with Bananarama and the Pet Shop Boys, Levine was also a consultant on Doctor Who in the 80s and was instrumental in finding many missing episodes of the series. His latest projects include private reconstructions of unproduced or incomplete stories like Douglas Adams’s Shada. The interview is three entertaining, if controversial hours [direct download link to episode one and to episode two].
- Interview: Star Trek: TNG at 25: Michael Dorn remembers the joys of Worf
- Interview: Steven Moffat: ‘I completely changed Amy and Rory’s exit’
- News: AMC Is Sending A Zombie To The Upcoming Political Conventions
- ABC Family jumps on the Game of Thrones bandwagon. Is “Ned Starked” a thing?!
- EW names its picks for the 26 Best Cult TV Shows Ever. Sadly, it’s basically a list of all my favorite TV series.
- If TV Channels were Your Family
- The Oxford Dictionaries blog discusses the use of language in the Buffy-verse.
- A supercut of every single time the word “lost” was said on LOST.
- SciFiNow’s top ten best Angel episodes.