- Korean artist Yong Ho Ji transforms discarded tires into amazing sculptures
- Over 650 Philip K. Dick book covers
- Wesley Remory is creating tome props based on the Cthulu mythos
- Interview: Patrick Alexander and David Chelsea on Dark Horse Presents
- Interview: SDCC 2011 Jim Lee interview
- Interview: SDCC 2011 Joe Quesada Interview
- Interview: MTV has extensive interviews with Grant Morrison
- Interview: Watch The Documentary Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods
- News: Judge Rules Jack Kirby’s Heirs Have No Claim to Marvel Copyrights [More]
- 32 Comic-Con 2011 Images: Hall H
- Warren Ellis explains how Comic writers get selected by the big houses and notes the ‘footraces’ of the 90′s seem to be back.
- 11 of the Most Memorable Nameless Characters In TV and Film
- Netflix and Hulu: How consumers use the services
- The New York Times has run a story about Dwarf Fortress
- Sequential Chart: Comic-Con Panels as Infographics
- Interview: Andrew Garfield delivers a stirring speech at San Diego Comic-Con, professing, ‘Spider-Man Saved My Life’
- Interview: Cowboys & Interviews: Harrison Ford Isn’t Riding Into the Sunset Yet
- Interview: Director Mike Cahill Discusses His Sci-Fi Drama ‘Another Earth’
- Interview: Neil Patrick Harris on Acting with Smurfs
- News: It’s official! J.J. Abrams is going to direct Star Trek 2!
- Reviews: A review of Fritz Lang’s film Metropolis by H. G. Wells, published in the April 17, 1927 issue of the New York Times and reprinted in his essay collection The Way the World is Going.
- 6 Technologies Conspicuously Absent from Sci-Fi Movies
- ‘Cowboys & Aliens” Daniel Craig: 5 Things to Know
- ‘Cowboys & Aliens’: Everything You Need To Know!
- Harry Potter: Did 3-D really make the film more magical?
- How To Build A Smurf
- I find this list of 10 Reasons Why Superman Returns Doesn’t Suck dubious.
- Interview: Flickeringmyth.com interviews Daniel H. Wilson of Robopocalypse.
- Interview: Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy interviews Daniel H. Wilson. [Podcast]
- Interview: Locus interviews Kelley Armstrong of SpellBound.
- Interview: Rainn Wilson geeks out: my 10 favorites from sci-fi and fantasy
- Interview: Suvudu interviews David Anthony Durham of The Sacred Band.
- Interview: Suvudu interviews Kirsten Imani Kasai, author of Tattoo.
- News: New rumor has Apple buying Barnes & Noble, but analysts are doubtful
- News: Three unpublished Mike Hammer novels by Mickey Spillane to see light of day thanks to Titan publishing.
- Confessions of a Book Pirate
- Who is Tom Bombadil? [Via a more wide-ranging discussion on Reddit.]
- Are We Alone In the Universe? New Analysis Says Maybe. In a new paper published on arXiv.org, astrophysicist David Spiegel at Princeton University and physicist Edwin Turner at the University of Tokyo argue…using a statistical method called Bayesian reasoning…that the life here on Earth could be common, or it could be extremely rare — there’s no reason to prefer one over the other.
- What should spaceships look like? As the next generation of spaceships is being conceived, should shuttle designers take their inspiration from sci-fi illustrators?
- Interview: Frank Darabont and Greg Nicotero Talk The Walking Dead Season 2
- Interview: MTV interviews Joss Whedon at SDCC ’11.
- Interview: Nathan Fillion Interview Exclusive
- Firefly as a good example of mixing genres.
- Harrison Ford and Chewbacca reunite on Jimmy Kimmel Live! It… doesn’t go well.
- SciFiNow picks the Top 10 Funniest Buffy Moments
- 11 things you didn’t know about pinball.
- These days, any old fool can beat Super Mario Bros with a record-breaking number of points, or in the shortest amount of time. This guy managed beat the game with the lowest number of points possible. He ran the clock down to zero on each level, always landed at the bottom of the flagpole, collected no coins, killed just one goomba, and somehow managed not to die once during the entire process.