- 11 Great Geek Wedding Dresses.
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- The Coolest Covers for Fahrenheit 451.
- See Westeros like you’ve never seen it before — with some exclusive new Game of Thrones art!
- Interview: Becky Cloonan on The Mire, Conan, and the self-published life
- Interview: Comic Bulletin interviews Scott Snyder, recipient of a Stan Lee Award for ‘Man of the Year’
- Interview: MTV Geek talks to Scott Allie about the state of the Buffyverse.
- News: The next movie in the X-Men franchise looks like it’ll be based on the “Days of Future Past” storyline from the comics.
- ‘Before Watchmen:’ Watching the controversy
- 5 Essential Batman Graphic Novels
- The 10 Most Epic Last Stands in Science Fiction and Fantasy
- 10 musical works inspired by Ray Bradbury’s writing – latimes.com
- Interview: Chris Nolan calls Dark Knight Rises Biggest Film Since the Silent Era
- Interview: Damon Lindelof Talks Star Trek Sequel Secrecy
- 5 Reasons Why Prometheus’ Alien Heritage Is Its Ultimate Downfall
- Fully Assembled: The Making of The Avengers
- Total Film counts down the 15 Best 3D Films of All Time.
- Watch a short film adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s extremely excellent short story, “All Summer in a Day“
- Interview: An Evening with Ray Bradbury from 2001. Science fiction author Ray Bradbury regales his audience with stories about his life and love of writing in “Telling the Truth,” the keynote address of The Writer’s Symposium by the Sea
- Interview: Geek Syndicate chats with BFA Shortlisted Adam Nevill of Last Days.
- Interview: Paul Tobin author of Prepare to Die! on Writing.
- Interview: Suvudu discusses The Blinding Knife with author Brent Weeks
- News: Ray Bradbury passed away yesterday at the age of 91. He had recently been in the news for a battle over e-book versions of his stories. He seemed to be concerned that it was removing us from the printed page to a version of media that could be lost in an instant. And that it was kind of overpriced.
- Genetics scholar Misha Angrist discusses novels that touch on genetics.
- Neil Gaiman writes about the death of Ray Bradbury.
- The New Handmaids: The future of reproductive rights, as seen in three Y.A. novels.
- Patrick Rothfuss answers the question What Good Is Fantasy, Anyway?
- Publishing’s Virtue. On the whole, book publishers are a decent lot.
- Ray Bradbury’s last piece of writing, an essay for New Yorker, “Take Me Home.”
- Ray Bradbury profile: Up From the Depths of Pulp and Into the Mainstream
- Scientists and sci-fi authors alike mourn Ray Bradbury
- Believers vs. skeptics: A great geek divide?
- We’re all mutants now: There are a lot of us now, and most of us are a little bit off.
- News: In response to emerging technology, TV Execs argue that anything that causes cable subscribers to cut the cord is illegal.
- Newly launched website TakeMyMoneyHBO.com wants to send HBO a clear message: We love your shows. We’re willing to pay to watch them upon release. Now please, for the love of Winterfell, give us a way to do that — without forcing a cable subscription down our throats. Unfortunately, HBO Says No, for Now, to Fans Who Want a Web-Only Option.
- News: Chinese MMO Games Market Forecast To Generate $6.1 Billion In 2012
- 18 awesome sci-fi and fantasy trailers from the 1st day of E3
- A Brief History of Video Games
- Sexist bigots must not define gaming: Microsoft and Sony needs to treat online bigotry as a big deal, says Helen Lewis.
- Why are we still so insecure about the quality of our games?
- Interview: Ken Burns on storytelling: “It’s Lying Twenty-Four Times a Second.”
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