- Art History Through Sci Fi Colored Glasses
- Christmas is over. Time to creatively dispose of all those ornaments.
- Doctor Who Stamps: Send Your Mail to Another Time or Dimension
- The morbid ABC’s of Doctor Who.
- More concept art from The Avengers, including character sketches and scenes.
- Video Game Industry Christmas Cards
- Interview: Alonso, Wacker & Brevoort Examine the End of “Amazing” #700
- News: After 50 years of spinning webs and catching a who’s who of criminals, Peter Parker is out of the hero game in Spider-Man #700.
- 2012 in comic books: ‘Saga’ soars among the superheroes
- Declutter with digital comics
- Marvel Comics explains why they killed off Peter Parker in ‘Amazing Spider-Man #700′ so close to Stan Lee’s 90th birthday
- Peter Parker death in comics angers die-hard fans
- Resources for Comic Book Writers
- The 12 Most Epic Action Heroes of Science Fiction and Fantasy
- Entertainment Weekly’s Geek Elite of 2012.
- Interview: Director Christopher McQuarrie discusses the Jack Reacher franchise.
- Interview: Indiewire chats with Joss on how “Much Ado” compares to Avengers.
- Interview: Jeff Goldsmith interviews Joss Whedon about The Avengers
- 10 Best Movie Villains of 2012
- The Avengers Almost Had Wasp Instead Of Black Widow
- Back To The Camera Posters Are The Trend For 2013
- Behind the Magic: “Marvel’s The Avengers” Remember getting that incredible head rush when seeing the “tie-in” shot for the first time? Well now you can find out how that scene was created thanks to this Industrial Light & Magic video.
- The Breakout Stars of 2012
- It’s A Terrifying Life: Three Reasons The Classic Is Actually A Horror Movie
- SciFiNow on the Top 20 Best Zombie Movies.
- So, how badly injured were the burglars in Home Alone, really?
- The Ten Best Movie Trailers of 2012
- Who’s Directing ‘Star Wars Episode VII’?
- Interview: BookishWays interviews Felix Gilman of The Rise of Ransom City
- Interview: Civilian Reader interviews Adrian Faulkner of The Four Realms.
- Interview: GMS interviews Jonathan Green of Pax Britannia: Time’s Arrow.
- Interview: Lightspeed interviews Tad Williams of The Dirty Streets of Heaven.
- Interview: Making the Unreal Real: An Interview With Kij Johnson
- Interview: Philip Pullman Is Planning on Going Silent
- Interview: The Tolkien Professor on ‘Hobbit’. Corey Olsen stops by to discuss why it’s not so crazy for Peter Jackson to turn the beloved book into three movies.
- 5 Young Adult Novels That You’ll Never Outgrow
- 10 Post-Apocalyptic Books (and a Graphic Novel) to Read After December 21st
- A Few Tolkien-rific Facts About the Book Version of The Hobbit
- Genre Kryptonite: Books You’ve Never Heard of By Authors You Have
- Helen Marshall on Magical Realism and Horror
- Our Top Five Monsters from Science Fiction and Fantasy
- The Six Best Sci-Fi Shorts of 2012: Dystopias and Robots With Heart
- Teaching and Fantasy Literature: Beginner’s Mind in Hobbiton
- What’s So Great About Sword and Planet?
- News: Scientists Poised to Drill Through Antarctic Ice and Into Gothic Horror
- 2012: Science Fiction Dreams That Came True
- Cryonics: In search of immortality
- NASA Plans to Turn Asteroid Into Space Station
- This Scientist Wants Tomorrow’s Troops to Be Mutant-Powered
- Here is NASA’s Z1 Prototype Spacesuit and Portable Life Support System featuring a rear-entry design (interviews with spacesuit engineers Cristina Achondo and Amy Ross). And yes, it looks a little familiar.
- Salon.com on Two ways of looking at robots.
- Sci-fi tech that’s already becoming a reality
- Interview: Saul Metzstein on the Doctor Who Christmas special
- News: Eli Young Band Claims the First-Ever Country Sci-Fi Video
- News: ‘Game of Thrones’ Is Named Year’s Most Pirated Show
- The 11 Best Dramatic Episodes of 2012
- Chinese TV Shows ‘V For Vendetta,’ Prompts Censorship Reform Discussion
- Doctor Who Advent Calender
- The Walking Dumb: A parody of the Melbourne Transit PSA Dumb Ways to Die, this time aimed at the zombies in The Walking Dead.
- Interview: “So his view of what’s going on on this island is his own view, and you happen to be looking through his eyes, so you’re seeing his view.” Video game writer Jeffrey Yohalem defends Far Cry 3, his most recent work. Yoshalem first defended his work by speaking with Sopie Prell at The Penny Arcade Report saying, “what makes me sad is that people don’t engage with playing the riddle, trying to solve the riddle. It’s like a scavenger hunt where people aren’t collecting the first clue.”
- The 50 games that defined 2012: [Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3] [Part 4] [Part 5]
- Are Violent Games Linked to Violent Crimes?
- The best gaming-related videos of 2012
- Game Theory: The Awkward Adolescence of Gaming
- The master map of all game companies and their connections
- Video Games from the Bad Guys’ Perspective