- ‘The Big Bang Theory’ reimagined as ‘Firefly’
- Can’t afford to buy the Lego Millenium Falcon Set? Well, sit back and watch the assembly video.
- In his “I Know That Feel, Bro” series, artist Chris Gerringer draws funny and unexpected parallels between our favorite pop culture characters
- Phone Booth Pop-Up Libraries in New York
- Up / Star Wars Mash-Up
- Interview: Caitlin R. Kiernan on Alabaster: Wolves, now in Dark Horse Presents
- News: Speech bubble tracking for auto comic book creation
- A Dramatic Reading of Justice League #1 [SLYT]
- Female Armour Done Right
- Starring the Computer is a website dedicated to the use of computers in film and television. Each appearance is catalogued and rated on its importance (ie. how important it is to the plot), realism (how close its appearance and capabilities are to the real thing) and visibility (how good a look does one get of it).
- Interview: Zachary Quinto talks “Star Trek 2″ battle scene and photo leaks
- News: Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax has been licensed to advertise an SUV. Somewhere, Seuss is spinning in his grave.
- News: A full-length feature film has been made based on the infamous “WANTED: Somebody to go back in time with me.” meme. The film, Safety Not Guaranteed [IMDB], will screen at SXSW.
- News: ‘Star Wars: Phantom Menace’ Crosses $1 Billion Mark at Box Office
- The 10 Best Movies About Genius
- China Can Change the Future of Science Fiction Film
- Enjoy this two minute clip of Pixar’s Brave.
- Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs picks up the “liberals in Hollywood are indoctrinating children” mantle of his colleague Eric Bolling, and “exposes” the despicable pro-being-nice-to-others-and-caring-about-the-world agenda of Studio Ghibli’s The Secret World of Arrietty and Illumination Entertainment’s adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax.
- This Extended Clip From “John Carter” Is A Must-See For Any Sci-Fi Fan.
- What if Star Wars: Episode I was good? How the prequels could have been epic!
- I don’t know what Neil Patrick Harris is doing in this photo, but I approve of it.
- Utah Bill Criminalizes Miscarriage: Is it just me, or is this how The Handmaid’s Tale-style distopias begin?
- Interview: Anne Rice talks about her new novel The Wolf Gift
- Interview: A Conversation Between Gregory Maguire and Madeline Miller, author of The Song of Achilles: A Novel
- Interview: Ken Liu, Nebula nominated author, talks about his shorty stories
- Interview: Nebula Awards Interview with Aliette de Bodard of Servant of the Underworld: Obsidian & Blood, Book 1
- Review: A page by page review of the novelisation of the movie Back to the Future by Ryan North, of the very funny webcomic Dinosaur Comics.
- Here’s Stephen King reading the first chapter of his Shining sequel, Dr. Sleep.
- ILU-486, a chilling short story by Amanda Ching, in the vein of dystopian classics like The Handmaid’s Tale and inspired by recent events in Virginia, has been sweeping the blogsphere. It’s being called “frighteningly prescient” and “The Handmaid’s Tale 2012.”
- J.K. Rowling Has Written a Novel for Adults. Will It Be Any Good? “Although I’ve enjoyed writing it every bit as much, my next book will be very different to the Harry Potter series,” said the author in a press release.
- Sci-fi author reveals series plot for cancer-ridden fan
- So how much is a fair price to pay for an e-book? This issue is going nuclear and a lot of people believe that charging $10 or more for the portability and convenience of an e-book is ridiculous.
- Why English culture is bewitched by magic: From Merlin to Harry Potter, English magic has a long tradition. But what does it say about today’s culture?
- Interview: PopSci Talks To Neil deGrasse Tyson about Science Evangelism
- The Six Places on Earth That Most Resemble Other Planets
- Space Elevators: To the Moon and Back
- Pack up your machine guns and go home. The final word in weaponry is now here, and it’s terrifying. Bug Agentes Biologicos has “perfected a way to spray its wasps onto soy fields via airplane” to kill parasites… and by “parasites,” I’m pretty sure they mean enemy combatants.
- The sci-fi cars of the future are closer than you think
- Interview: An exclusive with Isaac Hempstead Wright From ‘Game Of Thrones’
- Interview: Fringe Producer J.H. Wyman Addresses State of Sci-fi on TV
- Here’s Why We’re Still Obsessed with Sarah Michelle Gellar.
- Video game physics fun with the latest in the GTA IV “Carmageddon” series, where the friction on vehicles is set to zero.
- Video game has hidden message offering jobs to pirates.
- Why Mass Effect is the most important science fiction universe of our generation
- Why Oblivion Ruined Skyrim
- Interview: John Joseph Adams, the Hugo Award-nominated editor of Lightspeed Magazine, takes your questions on Reddit. Make sure you read through to the story about Neil Gaiman and his gold doubloons.
- E-Publishing and the Short Story Writer at SF Novelists