- 20 best designs in sci-fi movies
- Extracurricular Activities created a San Diego Comic-Con Bingo card
- “Golf is just a long walk ruined”… unless you have a Batmobile golf cart?
- Periodic Table of Game Controllers
- Ripley as the Virgin Mary & More Sci-Fi Women as Byzantine Icons
- Star Wars and the Ultimate DIY Project
- This is what a Stormtrooper looks like when he takes a direct headshot
- Interview: Batman: Earth One with Geoff Johns, DC’s Chief Creative Officer.
- Interview: Christos Gage of Angel & Faith chats on Reddit.
- 30 Definitive Twitter Feeds For Comic-Con
- 50 Reasons Why Superman is The Greatest Superhero Ever
- New York as seen through 50 years of Amazing Spider-Man comic book covers
- Infographic: The Avengers Box Office Success
- Interview: Nathan Fillion on Avengers 2: ‘I’m not quite at that level yet’.
- News: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Officially Split Into Two Films
- News: Sony hires new writer for ‘Ghostbusters 3′
- Ned Stark – Jaime Lannister Lightsaber Duel
- Once-in-a-Lifetime Experiences You Could Have at Comic-Con 2012
- Interview: A Conservation with Bryan Thomas Schmidt of The Worker Prince
- Interview: Like the Dew interviews Kameron Hurley, author of God’s War
- Interview: Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter on their new collaborative science fiction work, The Long Earth. They discuss the writing process, the nature of collaboration, the beauty of hard science-fiction literature and creating a trilogy
- Interview: Tina Connolly of IronSkin answers a few questions
- Art Imitates War: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in A Song of Ice and Fire
- David Brin asks Do Sci Fi attitudes reflect our times?
- TED Books Launches Reading App On iPad Featuring Multimedia Extras. Shorter than a novel, but longer than an article — a TED Book is a great way to feed your craving for ideas anytime.
- Could the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier from The Avengers movie actually fly? Last link does the math and has homework.
- Trajectory of a falling Batman is a physics paper that ran in the Journal of Physics of Special Topics. Turns out that the whole trick where Batman jumps off a building and uses his cape as a hang glider isn’t scientifically sound. Who’d guess?
- Neal Stephenson’s Kickstarter project for a realistic sword-fighting video game has just been funded successfully. Clang is meant to be played with a motion controller and aims to represent certain historical fighting styles as accurately as possible. To be accurate, the company that Stephenson helped find funding is Subutai Corporation. The prototype of the game is build around the Razer Hydra controller.