- Batman Villains as OS logos.
- Emerald City Comicon 2011 screen print poster by Dean Trippe.
- Jenn Bechtel created this clay Cthulhu statue for a live action game.
- Whitecapel wonders what it might have looked like If Stanley Kubrick had directed Iron Man. The results are fantastic.
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- Beginner’s Guide to the Green Hornet
- io9 picks the The most exciting severed hands of all time.
- The New Yorker lampoons Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark.
- The Real-Life District 9—Class and Sci-Fi in South Africa
- Top Most Discussed but Not Yet Released Films on Twitter
- Interview: Tyler Glodt, director of the indie zombie movie Buck Wild, talks about why shooting films in your hometown is far better than setting up shop in a big city.
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- 11 Horror Movies To Watch Out For In 2011.
- 17 Medical Horror Films That Will Make You Swear Off Hospitals
- Charisma Carpenter tweets on Buffy reboot movie.
- How to make a brilliant comic book movie: From “Ghost World” to “Superman,” we look at films that translate the medium into greatness
- Superhero Movies By The Numbers, An Infographic
- Top Sci-Fi/Fantasy movies to watch out for in 2011.
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- Facebook Marketing Lessons from Buffy the Vampire Slayer No, really. If you’re curious there’s an interview with the author or you could explore these blog posts which further examine the Buffy, Faith, Giles, Angel , Cordelia, Xander, Willow and Spike Principles.
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- Superguy was a forum for the posting of original, comedic fiction based loosely on superheroes and related concepts. … It existed during the birth of the modern Internet culture, and survived much longer than many similar groups, diminishing in activity only when the webcomic trend became widespread. … It is one of the longest running collaborative shared universe projects on the Internet.
- Interview: Allison Pang of A Brush of Darkness talks with YA Fantasy Guide.
- Interview: Jay Lake has posted his interview with Penny Ideas.
- Interview: Nebula Awards interviews Eugie Foster of Returning my Sister’s Face
- Interview: Wizards of the Coast interviews Lev Grossman of The Magicians.
- News: Vampire & Paranormal Trend finally began Fading in 2010
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- 10 speculative fiction books that got major rewrites after they were published
- Joseph Conrad’s forgotten novel about invaders from the Fourth Dimension.
- MediaBistro considers The Rise of the $5 eBook
- TeleRead estimates Just How Big the Kindle Revolution has become.
- Why we love bad writing: Stieg Larsson and Dan Brown novels are riddled with cliches, but for many readers, that’s a feature not a bug.
- Get set for invisible war machines
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- ESA Refutes Pediatrics Videogame Study
- Flowchart: What Gaming Platform is Right For You?
- How to be a Writer and Have a Life: or, Livin’ the Dream
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- Slate says putting more than one space between sentences is “totally, completely, utterly, and inarguably wrong.” Microsoft’s Bill Hall agrees. LaTex does not. The American Psychological Association used to agree but has changed its mind. The exhaustive Wikipedia article on sentence spacing has a predictably prickly discussion page.