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- Mad scientist’s schematics for imaginary weapons of mass destruction
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- Comic Book Resources asks What’s More Important: Story or Art?
- Dan DiDio signals the end of the Clark Kent/Lois Lane marriage
- George R.R. Martin’s 1963 Fantastic Four fan letter
- Ten crazy uses of the Green Lantern ring
- Top 10 comic book characters that should make their screen debuts soon
- Interview: ‘Green Lantern’s’ Peter Sarsgaard Accepts His Villainous Fate
- Interview: Terry Gilliam: ‘Most People Don’t Experience What True Obsession Is’
- Reviews: Early reviews of Green Lantern are horrendous. According to io9, Green Lantern wants to be Star Wars, but it’s more like the Star Wars prequels
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- The 20 Lamest Movie Vampires, starting with Buffy.
- Everything You Should Know Before Watching the Green Lantern Movie
- It All Ends: Watch the Final Harry Potter Trailer Ever.
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- The three-year run of FreakAngels, Warren Ellis and Paul Duffield’s steampunk webcomic, will come to an end in late July. FreakAngels was (to my knowledge) the first ongoing webcomic by an established comic-book creator, and if his experiment with free online publishing is almost over, it seems to have been a successful one – Duffield’s announcement of FreakAngels’ impending conclusion mentions that “Warren and Avatar Press have more webcomics lined up for you.” Earlier this week, Chris Sims asked why comics publishers aren’t using the webcomic format to draw in new readers.
- Interview: Charles Tan interviews Michael Byers of Percival’s Planet: A Novel
- Interview: Kerrie Hughes and Rachel Caine discuss Chicks Kick Butt.
- Interview: Minister Faust Enters the Kindle World with “The Alchemists of Kush“
- Interview: SFSignal interviews Of Blood and Honey author Stina Leicht
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- Is Amazon Too Powerful?, asks Publishing Perspectives.
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- Memory Implants Have Now Been Successfully Applied to Rats: Is an artificial enhancement arms race among humans visible on the horizon? Culturally-favored appearance and intelligence have often been associated with social mobility; a future in which the rich can readily purchase dramatic enhancements to both sex appeal and cognitive ability at least raises the possibility of deeper and more permanent social stratification.
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- Do you want some Spam with your Kindle? Spam has hit the Kindle, clogging the online bookstore of the top-selling eReader with material that is far from being book worthy and threatening to undermine Amazon.com Inc’s publishing foray.
- iRobot Teams Up With Google – AVA Pedestal Robot With Tablet For A Head
- Derek Powazek on On the Media’s anti-tech bias
- New Technique Allows Scientists to Control Neurons In The Brain With Light… Matrix-style interface just around the corner.
- Interview: Karen Gillan from Dr. Who on Craig Ferguson. [Video]
- 10 Big Reveals That Made Stories Even More Confusing
- The Complete History Of Video Games On “The Simpsons”
- Even If You’re Angry, You Should Keep Watching Game of Thrones
- John Stewart’s Ratings Now Higher Than the entire Fox News network in terms of total viewers. Stewart averaged 2.3 million viewers, while the Fox News prime time and day time line up averaged 1.85 million viewers.
- The top five female characters of the Whedonverse according to Daemon’s TV
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- Every good ebook needs a good editor
- A First Class Bad Guy: How X-Men Can Help You Craft a Better Antagonist
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