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- Artist Nickolay Lamm teamed up with M. Browning Vogel, a former NASA employee with a Ph.D. in Astrobiology, to imagine a world with visible WiFi signals.
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- This spoiler-filled Periodic Table of Thrones will help you keep track of which characters have sadly shuffled off the mortal coil of Westeros (or shuffled off their heads) through A Dance With Dragons.
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- The Case for Fashion in Comics
- Superheroes From Comics Who Reclaimed Their Independence
- The 22 Most Awful Moments in Science Fiction
- So Crazy It Just Might Work: The Best Supervillain Schemes.
- Infographic: The Tangled Logic Of Time Travel In Movies
- Interview: Edgar Wright Answers Reddit AMA Fan Questions on Ant-Man
- Interview: George Lucas: ‘Star Wars’ stood on the shoulders of ‘Star Trek’
- Interview: Watch Bruce Willis sabotage an interview for Red 2.
- News: ‘Kick-Ass 2′ stuntmen rescue suicidal woman on balcony at Comic-Con
- Reviews: In the same way that the detective movie is a fantasy about city life, the spy movie is a fantasy about tourism.
- The 10 Greatest Giant Monster Movies of All Time
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- The 11 Most Terrifying Laughs In Sci-Fi Movie History
- 13 Jaw-Dropping Visual Effects in Movies
- From Hollywood bomb to ‘not so bad’: Worst movies reconsidered
- Guillermo del Toro’s 10 Favorite Robots
- Michael Bay RomCom about Love Story Between 2 Explosions
- Armoire For Sale On Craigslist Totally Isn’t Infested With Scorpion Eggs
- How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
- Interview: A.C. Wise interviews E. Catherine Tobler of Rings of Anubis.
- Interview: The Financial Times interviews Cory Doctorow.
- Interview: Geoff Boucher interviews Neil Gaiman of Ocean at the End of the Lane
- Interview: Kirkus Reviews interviews Neil Gaiman of Ocean at the End of the Lane
- Interview: Lightspeed Magazine interviews Austin Grossman.
- Interview: My Bookish Ways interviews Kevin Hearne of Hunted
- Interview: Reddit readers AMA with Laurell K. Hamilton
- Interview: Sword & Laser interviews George R.R. Martin
- Interview: TVOntario interviews Cory Doctrorow
- Interview: Weightless Books interviews Rachel Swirsky.
- News: Copyright actually makes books disappear, according to study
- News: No Surprise: Student-Age Digital Natives Still Like Libraries, Print
- Reviews: Excavating and Restitching Myth: On The Ocean at the End of the Lane
- 5 (more) mainstream novels for science fiction and fantasy readers
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- 25 Geek Books You Have to Read
- 2014 Hugo Nominations, because it’s never too early
- Does fantasy offer mere escapism, or escape?
- Science fiction novels for economists
- Seven-year-old compares Tolkien to Beowulf, shames all your college Lit papers.
- Sword & Sorcery & J. R. R. Tolkien
- What I Learned About Getting Married From Dystopian YA
- What would a novel for the internet generation look like?
- When readers become stalkers
- When will ebook covers evolve?
- Which sci-fi writer is best at predicting the future?
- Why E-readers Are Good for Books: People Read More
- Interview: The Doctor Who panel at NerdHQ was particularly cheeky.
- Interview: Entertainment Weekly talk to Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen
- The 10 gorram shiniest Firefly spinoffs this end of the ‘Verse.
- 10 Science Fiction TV Spin-offs That Are Great in their Own Right
- Another look at Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. from Verizon.
- At San Diego Comic Con more details and a trailer were released for the upcoming Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. The 13-episode series is coming to Fox in spring of 2014. While I find it disturbing that the series is being developed by Fox of all networks, I’m still very excited for the series premiere.
- How the optimistic future of Star Trek is more likely than we may think
- Trek beats out BSG, Twilight Zone for ‘best sci-fi show ever‘ according to TV Guide.
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