- The Great Geek Manual has posted an enormous collection of Valentine’s Day Cards from all your favorite fandoms.
- If you’ve wondered what the characters might do if they were bite-sized: Star Wars Meets Legos in Photo Fan Fiction
- Upcycled Desktop Robots
- Comic Books You Should Be Reading
- In 1954, Fredric Wertham wrote Seduction of the Innocent which, in no small way, led to the Comics Code Authority. Carol Tilley, a professor of library and information science, has proven that the book misrepresented and altered the original data.
- The Joker’s 10 Most Iconic Moments Of All Time
- Infographic: STAR WARS Death Star Timeline: Formation to Fully Operational
- Interview: Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg on Star Wars: Episode VII
- 74 Things Every Great Star Wars Movie Needs
- 6 ‘Iron Man’ Armors We Want In Marvel’s Movie Universe
- 10 Reasons Why Dredd Is The Best Comic Book Movie Of 2012 You Didn’t See
- 10 Surprisingly Consistent Features of Every ‘Die Hard’ Movie
- How Will Hulk Evolve in Marvel’s Phase 3 Movies?
- Marvel Studios Countdown: What Can Marvel Teach Warner Bros. and DC?
- Star Wars: 10 Expanded Universe Stories They Should Definitely Adapt
- What Does The Ending Of The Prestige Really Mean?
- Which actors we’d cast in A New Hope if it was being remade today
- Why Jurassic Park is more than a Monster Movie
- According to ICv2, Firefly: The Game will debut at Gencon.
- There is now a Kickstarter campaign to make X-Wings to destroy the Death Star that’s being Kickstarted after it failed as a WhiteHouse.gov petition… *Sigh* So this is the pinnacle of five thousand years of civilization.
- Interview: My Bookish Ways interviews Gaie Sebold of Dangerous Gifts.
- Interview: Odyssey Workshop interviews Holly Black of Doll Bones
- Interview: Roqoo Depot interviews Martha Wells of The Siren Depths
- Interview: SF Signal chats with Adam Christopher of Seven Wonders
- Interview: Zachary Jernigan talks about his debut novel, No Return
- As Barnes & Noble shrinks, small bookstores are born
- Did Amazon Change Algorithms to Protect Their Readers?
- Of Direwolves and Gods
- Used Ebooks, the Ridiculous Idea that Could Also Destroy the Publishing Industry
- Indiana Jones Actually Could Have Survived A Nuke In A Fridge… of course, I’m pretty certain he’d have died from the impact of the fridge hitting the ground.
- News: Ice Warriors Return To Doctor Who This Year
- News: Joss Whedon’s Marvel S.H.I.E.L.D. Pilot Wraps Production
- News: Syfy Plans Adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s ‘Man in the High Castle’
- News: Yesterday KRTV in Great Falls MT interrupted programing with an Emergency Alert System message. The message warned that “The bodies of the dead are rising from their graves and attacking the living.” KRTV immediately posted on their site that the message was bogus.
- Happy Accidents – The Monomythology of Buffy: An actual chart of how Buffy the Vampire Slayer fits in to Joseph Campbell’s theory of the ‘monomyth’.
- How Netflix is turning viewers into puppets: House of Cards was built on big data and market research. Netflix knew that its fanbase liked Kevin Spacey movies, and David Fincher directed movies, and political thrillers.
- SHIELD TV series co-showrunner Maurissa Tancharoen hit Twitter yesterday to lay down some set rules.
- Interview: ‘Ni No Kuni’ interview: Level-5 on its Studio Ghibli collaboration
- How choice leads to fanboyism
- Nine Ways Video Games Need to Grow Up, From the Guy Who Made Heavy Rain
- Risky business: the next Xbox versus PlayStation 4
- Top 10 Most Controversial Moments in Video Games
- The Witcher 3 is a perfect case of why we need a replacement for horses.