- Interview: Michael Green and Mike Johnson talk about the new Supergirl series.
- The Big Sexy Problem with Superheroines and Their ‘Liberated Sexuality’
- ComicVine considers the Four Biggest Ways DC’s ‘New 52′ Changed Supergirl
- Interview: Batwoman Is the Black, Gay Sheep Of Batman’s Comic Family: Batwoman co-writer and artist JH Williams III discusses what may be the most beautiful — and adventurous — mainstream comic book on the market.
- Newsarama remembers 10 Great Comic Book Moments From the 1990s
- News: ‘Star Wars’ breaks Blu-ray sales records
- 8 Lines That Would Have Ended Star Wars Really Fast
- Behind the scenes glimpse at The Avengers.
- Infographic: Star Wars timeline shows Lucas ALWAYS tweaked ‘em
- Syd Mead, Still Designing The Future After 50 Years
- Why The Empire Strikes Back Owns the Star Wars Series
- A World Without “Star Wars”: What Would It Be?
- Interview: Becca Fitzpatrick Speaks Up on Hush, Hush
- Interview: Civilian Reader talks to Mazarkis Williams about his upcoming debut novel, The Emperors Knife, which will be released December 6, 2011.
- Interview: Ernest Cline plugs his first novel, Ready Player One.
- Interview: John Hodgman interviews George R.R. Martin of A Dance with Dragons
- Interview: This interview with Maurice Sendak on NPR is worth a listen. Sendak has just published his first book in 30 years. Bumble-ardy was written while his partner was dying in order, he says, “to save myself.”
- Interview: SFSignal asks Who Are The Natural Storytellers of Science Fiction?
- Interview: The SF Signal Podcast talks to Ian McDonald at WorldCon
- Interview: Suvudu interviews Erin Morgenstern, the author of the year’s most exciting debut novel, The Night Circus.
- News: E-Readers Make People Buy More Books
- News: One in Six Americans Now Use e-Reader with One in Six Likely to Purchase in Next Six Months. The surprise here is that 1 in 6 are reading at all.
- 5 Strange Things Named After Writers
- Amazon and (hopefully) the end of late fees
- Banned Books Week Reminds Us Censorship Is Alive and Well in the Internet Age
- Crowdsourced content selection: the future of publishing?
- The Fight Over the Future of Digital Books
- Grasping for the Wind maintains that Sci-Fi Is About Predicting the Future
- The Genre Trap and How to Avoid It
- Long Novels: Captivating or Captivity?
- The romance of science fiction serials
- Salon wonders Has Neal Stephenson become too accessible?
- Artificial Fingerprints Help Robots Distinguish Shapes
- Killer Drones: When Will Our Weaponized Robots Become Autonomous?
- Mind-Reading Tech Reconstructs Videos From Brain Images
- Interview: “Modern Family” creator explains WHO the characters are talking to
- Interview: Nathan Fillion discusses Castle finale, possible romance.
- 5 Doctor Who characters who deserve their own spinoff series
- Did Two and a Half Men leave open the possibility of Charlie Harper’s return?
- Doctor Who Christmas Special Details Revealed
- Why You Should Be Watching Fringe
- Xbox TV On The Way? Microsoft is reportedly in talks with both Comcast and Verizon to bolster its TV offerings on Xbox Live.
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- New Study Shows Gaming Cues Can Seep Into Reality
- QWOP, GIRP and the Construction of Video Game Realism
- Social Gaming Has Led to 50% Average Decline in Console Game Spending
- Warco is an FPS where you hold a camera instead of a gun: “it’s a hard sell to executives to suggest an FPS with no shooting, but this is definitely the sort of game we should be making, as an industry.” More
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