- The Avengers drawn Simpsons-style
- Dead Space Artshow preview.
- Doctor Who Proposal Cake
- The fifteenth century Roman Catholic Chapelle de Bathléem, near Nantes, in the Pays de la Loire in France features gargoyles inspired by the pop culture icons!
- Production Art from Ralph Bakshi’s Lord of the Rings
- Interview: Jeff Lemire talks Constantine
- News: Graphic novel readers retain more information than textbook users
- 10 Reasons Why Uncanny X-Men 122-To-201 Is The Greatest X-Men Run
- The 11 Most Ludicrous Superhero Origin Stories Of All-Time
- Digital Comics Are Getting Cheaper
- Magneto the Jew
- Six great but forgotten comics anthologies
- io9 picks the 10 Greatest Prison Breaks in Science Fiction and Fantasy, to which I would add the “rescue” of Rorscach in Watchmen.
- Interview: Badass Digest confronts the screenwriter of Elektra
- Interview: Director J.J. Abrams and His Lifelong Appreciation of Star Wars
- Interview: Kathleen Kennedy on ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Lincoln’ and J.J. Abrams
- Interview: Terence Stamp Looks Back On His “Boring” STAR WARS Experience
- 50 Mind-Blowing Fan Theories, beginning with Burton’s Batman.
- Actors that played some unrecognizable roles
- Horror Icons’ Top 10 Horror Films
- Is an Abrams Star Wars a bad idea?
- The Top 10 Geekout Moments of Sundance 2013
- Why J.J. Abrams Gives ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ A New Hope
- Firefly pick-up lines.
- HP Lovecraft answers your questions about everything from dating to bagpipes.
- This is a collection of images and tweets about a certain director’s job of being given two franchises to run that both begin with “star.”
- Interview: Harper has posted a Q&A with The Daylight War author Peter V Brett
- Interview: Lawrence M. Schoen interviews author Cassandra Rose Clarke of the recently released The Mad Scientist’s Daughter
- Interview: Novelist, fantasist and icon of British comics Warren Ellis on dystopian America, the space age and breaking other people’s websites with Twitter.
- Interview: TSBW interviews Karen Lord of The Best of All Possible Worlds.
- Interview: Timothy Zahn discussed his work and the current state of Star Wars in a Q&A on Del Rey’s Star Wars Books Facebook page, fielding fans’ questions about his EU novels, Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm, and much more. Some of the questions concerned his latest book, Star Wars: Scoundrels, the release of which was the primary occasion for this Facebook chat. [Recap]
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- Brandon Sanderson’s Wheel of Time Answers From #TorChat
- Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Moons of Mars
- Free Online References for Science Fiction & Fantasy Readers
- H. G. Wells, The Time Machine, and the Social Impacts of Science
- Hogwarts Is in Your Head, Harry: Conspiracy Theories About Literature
- ‘The Shining’, And Three Other Classic Books Butchered By Great Directors
- When Shakespeare Meets Star Wars
- News: David Bradley will play William Hartnell alongside Brian Cox and Jessica Raine in a drama about the beginnings of Doctor Who.
- TV Shows We Want Continued as Comics
- Top ten Whedon women.
- 10 Most Memorable Quotes In Video Games
- 25 Most Visually Appealing Games of 2013
- 30 Games That Emerged from Development Hell
- The Scariest Games You Never Played
- Video Games Hold No Answers: This article, written by an attorney that primarily defends youth who have committed violent crimes, argues that no actionable link between violent media and violent crimes exists and that, practically speaking, if there were truly any evidence to the contrary, defense attorneys would be using it every day to assist their clients.
- What Can We Expect of the PS4 Controller?
- What Are the Most Difficult Video Games of This Generation?
- 5 Things Every Writer Should Know About Working With Independent Editors
- 10 Reading Exercises For Fiction Writers
- 10 Tips For Beginning Writers
- 11 Traits Of Highly Successful Writers
- The eBook Path to Riches: Possibly Steeper Than Assumed
- First Draft Secrets: Five Simple Steps
- How to keep rich worldbuilding from bogging down your story: A Google+ Hangout
- Pseudonyms Are Stupid
- The Whys, Whats, and Wherefores of Story Arcs
- Writing Everyday vs. Binge Writing