- Baby Thor Cosplay
- Calvin and Hobbes Cosplay
- CG Society has posted an interview with production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas.
- Download your own Steve Jobs paper toy.
- Entertainment Earth has replicas of River Song’s Taris-themed journal from Doctor Who!
- Interview: 13 Questions for the Creators of the New Comic Legacies End
- Interview: Amanda Conner at Baltimore Comic Con
- Interview: Innmouth Free Press discusses the creative process with Eric Powell, creator of The Goon and writer of Billy the Kid’s Old Timey Oddities.
- Interview: John Scalzi talks with Jim Ottaviani, author of a graphic novel about Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman.
- Interview: Mark Julian interviews talented director Sam Liu. You’ve seen his work on Hulk Vs., All-Star Superman, and Planet Hulk.
- Minimum Wage and the Prices of Comics: In 2010, the US Federal Minimum Wage was $7.25 per hour. Figuring a 36 hour work week (factoring in unpaid lunches), it meant that someone working a minimum wage job was earning $261.00 per week before paying any taxes. In 2010, the average cover price for a typical 32 page superhero comic was $2.99 (1). In other words, to purchase ONE comic would cost 1.15% of someone’s weekly income.
- Galaxy Express picks The 10 Most Eligible Robot Bachelors in Science Fiction
- Interview: Andrew Garfield Talks About His ‘Spider-Sense’ and Fear of Fame
- Interview: John Rhys-Davies talks about War of Resistance
- Interview: Zoe Saldana of Colombiana on Being an Assassin
- News: Rock Version of Silent Film Classic ‘Metropolis’ to Hit Theatres This Fall
- 10 Films You Have To See At FrightFest 2011
- Dan Aykroyd on ‘Ghostbusters 3′: Shoot in 2012 With or Without Murray
- Infographic ‘The Cost of Content Theft’ By The Numbers
- The Story Behind Conan The Barbarian
- What Makes a Scifi Film a Classic?
- “Geek girls” and the problem of self-objectification
- Infographic:‘The Cost of Content Theft’ By The Numbers
- Interview: Indyweek interviews Lev Grossman of The Magician King: A Novel.
- Interview: On the 10th anniversary of American Gods, Neil Gaiman meets the Guardian book club at the Edinburgh International Book festival.
- Interview: Telling lies with C.E. Murphy, author of Wayfinder.
- BookFinder.com reports Top 100 most sought after out-of-print books in 2011. It’s a bit heart-breaking to see some titles I have sitting on my own shelf, like Bradbury’s Dark Carnival and Smith’s Labyrinth, on the list. How do books still demand go out of print in this day and age? Personally, I this is a list of a hundred reasons we need Google Books to move forward already.
- How technology has transformed short science fiction and fantasy
- The influential American fiction magazine, Weird Tales has a new editor, and a new direction. It’s hard to overstate the importance the magazine has played as a platform for genre fiction. Founded in 1923, it has featured authors such as H. P. Lovecraft, C. M. Eddy, Jr., Clark Ashton Smith, and Seabury Quinn. Official link and statement from departing editor Ann Vandermeer.
- New Ebook Genre Backed by Major Names in Publishing, Literature, Music and…
- NY Times to YA Publishing: Stop Being So Girly. Seriously, stop it.
- Putting the science back in science fiction
- Watch the impressive book trailer for The Black Prism by Brent Weeks
- Why Fantasy Matters: A Personal Apologia
- Dispatches from the Apocalypse: What natural disasters reveal about our destiny.
- Doctors Who Work With X-Rays May Be Adapting at the Cellular Level to Withstand Radiation
- NASA to Test Ultimate Space Wi-Fi
- Interview: Anthony Stewart Head Talks ‘Free Agents’ and ‘Buffy’.
- Interview: ‘Big Bang Theory’ Q&A With Bill Prady
- Interview: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Showrunners David Benioff And D.B. Weiss
- News: Deadman TV Series in Development: can it replace Smallville?
- Angel by the Numbers: behind the scenes excerpt of Five Seasons of Angel.