- Concept art for The Dawn Treader.
- Own your very own Companion Cube
- Praskovya Pelmeshkina has posted an AMAZING gallery of Hermione Granger cosplay photos
- What good would kids be if they weren’t such adorable cosplay accessories?
- News: China Mieville to write new title for D.C.’s new 52.
- Big spoilers on happenings in Buffy comics continuity.
- Girl in a Comic Book Shop
- Interview: Brian Selznick, author of The Invention of Hugo Cabret, joins Geeks Guide to the Galaxy to discuss working with Martin Scorsese, interviewing Sacha Baron Cohen, and creating his new picture book Wonderstruck.
- SFx names the Top Sci-Fi & Fantasy Goths
- Interview: A conversation with visual effects supervisor John Bruno
- Interview: Chat with ‘Apes,’ ‘Tintin’ star Andy Serkis
- Interview: Steven Spielberg talks War Horse and explains how Robopocalypse will be like Minority Report.
- News: Holy Sales! Dark Knight Rises tickets somehow already selling out?
- 6 Horrible Aftermaths Implied By Movies With Happy Endings
- 12 More Sci-Fi Film Locations You Can Actually Visit
- The Best Science Fiction Films at This Year’s Sundance
- New batsuit from The Dark Knight Rises features front-shirt pocket! Just kidding! But it is different-ish.
- Shatner adds more fuel to Star Trek/Star Wars online feud.
- Interview: Glen Duncan discusses his latest work, The Last Werewolf
- Interview: Marissa Meyer discusses her new take on the Cinderella story, Cinder.
- Interview: Star Wars Books offers an interview with Star Wars: Darth Plagueis author James Luceno.
- News: Amazon ups discount pressure on publishers to “astronomical” levels
- Can science fiction still predict the future?
- The Fantasy Novelist’s Exam: “Ever since J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis created the worlds of Middle Earth and Narnia, it seems like every windbag off the street thinks he can write great, original fantasy, too. The problem is that most of this “great, original fantasy” is actually poor, derivative fantasy. Frankly, we’re sick of it, so we’ve compiled a list of rip-off tip-offs in the form of an exam. We think anybody considering writing a fantasy novel should be required to take this exam first. Answering “yes” to any one question results in failure and means that the prospective novel should be abandoned at once.”
- The full Terry Pratchett documentary is now available on YouTube.
- SF Signal has a Holmes-genre anthology smackdown.
- The utopian Mars fiction of Soviet Russia
- Cracks in time are real.
- Minute Physics is a YouTube Channel full of short, simple explanations of physics. Learn why there are tides, what neutrinos are and how to find them, why there is no pink light, and why Galloping Gertie didn’t collapse due to resonance. Minute Physics is also on New Scientist’s website, but slightly re-titled and with links to related New Scientist articles. If you have another 41 minutes, you can learn more about Minute Physics from it’s creator, Henry Reich.
- The New Math of Technology I Expected By Now
- Why, no, the Wall from Game of Thrones couldn’t actually exist.
- If you can invent the tricorder, you might win a bunch of cash.
- LAPD’s sci-fi solution to real crime: Predicting where felons might strike is being made easier with a computer calculation
- Robot dinosaur is your new favorite pet.
- Colbert Report talks about Iran developing the warp drive.
- The Death of Buffy: An essay looking at the experience of seeing The Body and positioning it in an historical context.
- New details emerge regarding Star Wars live-action TV series.
- 25 Things Writers should know about finding their Voice.
- A gathering of Neil Gaiman’s laws (all four of ‘em.)