- Babydoll cosplay gallery
- Clockwork creatures in glass
- The Game of Thrones Board Game is a work of art
- How Many Geeky References Can You Spot in This Image?
- If Orco was more hardcore: Masters of the Universe fan art.
- The Kinetica Art Fair is an amazing annual exhibition featuring multi-disciplinary new media art. It’s packed with devices that intertwine technology and art.
- R2-D2 Cross-stitch
- Sand Invaders
- Interview: Todd McFarlane discusses What It Takes to Get Started at Image
- Interview: Warren Ellis on what would get him writing more comics. “Loads and loads of money would be nice. Access to trusted collaborators would be a bigger part of it. Without going into details, I’ve had some fairly bad luck with artists over the last several years, and it gets dispiriting!”
- 10 Major Creator Disputes Throughout Comic Book History
- iFanboy picks the Top 5 Comic Book Kisses
- Kleefeld on Webcomics #49: Why Free Works
- The Most Dysfunctional Comic Book Romances
- Interview: First Class sequel will follow Magneto, says Simon Kinberg
- 17 sci-fi motorcycle scenes to get you revved up for Ghost Rider
- An Open Letter to Hollywood: stop blaming piracy and make films worthy.
- An open letter to the worst human being to ever sit in a theater
- The Avengers pre-title sequence.
- Ever wonder who’s a member of the Academy? Oscar voters aren’t always who you might think. Take a look Inside the Academy.
- Watch a clip from The Amazing Spider-Man.
- Without John Carter There Would Be No Star Wars. How much of a debt do today’s sci-fi heroes owe to JC?
- Real Life Goldeneye 64: a walk-through that demonstrates rescuing Natalya.
- Interview: Michael Moorcock puts in an appearance on Adventures in SciFi
- Interview: On Seattle’s An Evening with show Nancy Pearl interviews Welsh-Canadian fantasy and science fiction writer and poet Jo Walton.
- Interview: Sci-Fi Fan Letter chats with David Tallerman, author of Giant Thief
- Interview: Saladin Ahmed and The Throne of the Crescent Moon
- Eternal Copyright: a modest proposal
- Where Data Meet Diction: Science And Sci-Fi’s Dialogue
- The Wonderful and Terrible Habit of Buying Too Many Books
- It seemed an unsolvable mystery, but recently we have learned what color some dinosaurs were. Of course, dinosaur art has been around since the 1850s, but, as a paleontologist entertainingly explains, most depictions contained many errors. Prior to the Dinosaur Renaissance of the 1960s, dinosaurs were famously depicted as slow reptiles. While this vision persists in horrible roadside statues, dinosaur art has evolved rapidly to cover the new understanding of feathered dinosaurs. You can see the best scientific art among the winners of the Landzerdorf Prize, or you can see how this revolution in dinosaur illustration has played out in comics.
- Test tube hamburgers: sci-fi food coming this fall
- Time crystals: One of the weirdest ideas in physics
- Computers will never be able to subjugate the human race with their current level of intellect. Thankfully, a team of Swedish researchers have developed an AI with an IQ of 150. So begins the downfall of humanity.
- Self-Driving Cars Get First Green Light in Nevada
- Interview: Ask Joss Whedon your question on The Geek Files Blog.
- Interview: Kevin Smith talks ‘Comic Book Men’
- The creators of Doctor Who were a scandal
- This is apparently a real advertisement for the Central Institute of Technology in Australia. Mind blown. TV in America sucks.
- What are the 50 best Simpsons episodes?