- 13 insane foreign sci-fi movie posters
- Five Iconic 1st Edition AD&D Illustrations proving David A. Trampier is one of the best fantasy artists of all time
- The Geek Art Gallery has posted a gallery of the art of Andry Shango.
- New cool concept art for X-Men First Class
- Super Mario Bros Graffiti
- News: All First Prints of New 52 Sell Out
- A 7-Year-Old Girl Who Loves ‘Teen Titans’ Reacts Sadly to the New Starfire
- 12-year-old girl thinks DC’s reboot is about Transformers and strippers… So, she’s pretty much dead on. Smart kid.
- The Digital Age: Better Late Than Never
- DC Comics On Starfire Controversy: ‘Pay Attention To The Ratings’
- “The Secret History of Women in Comics” at SPX
- Things From Another World is holding a nick and dent sale.
- Interview: Empire Online has an interview with Guillermo del Toro
- Interview: Idris Elba On Rumors He’ll Be The Next Bond
- Interview: Joseph Gordon-Levitt sits with Collider at the Toronto Film Festival to discuss 50/50, The Dark Knight Rises, and more.
- Interview: Michael Shannon Talks Man of Steel
- News: Ready Player One Gets Movie Deal
- News: Theater owners blast Sony’s decision to stop bankrolling 3-D glasses
- Anne Hathaway’s Full Catwoman Costume Revealed
- Brian Malow on Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Movies
- Infographic: All The Problems Star Wars Characters Could Have Avoided
- New ‘Dark Shadows’ Photos show Johnny Depp Doing His Best Nosferatu
- The Top 10 Movies for Hypochondriacs
- What’s Next for Pixar? The Moon, Scotland and Dinosaurs
- Cory Doctorow: Tech Companies Exploit the Way We Undervalue Privacy
- This Tumblr devoted to Stormaggedon, The Dark Lord of All is officially my new favorite daily read. Bow down!!!
- YouTube Set to Launch Channels With Scheduled Content
- Interview: Fantasy magazine interviews Brandon Sanderson of The Alloy of Law
- Interview: Jon Armstrong and Chris Moriarty Talk About Magic in Their Writing
- Interview: John Hodgman interviews George R.R. Martin
- Interview: MTV covers Carrie Vaughn and George R.R. Martin at Bubonicon 43
- Interview: The New York Times profiles urban fantasy rock star Jim Butcher
- Interview: Peter V. Brett discusses the World of the Demon Cycle.
- News: Stephen King has confirmed he is working on a sequel to The Shining called Doctor Sleep. He discussed the book and read excerpts at George Mason University. The book features a new grown up Danny Torrance working as a hospital orderly, fighting vampires pirates, and using his powers to bet on horse races (which sounds familiar). Fans of Kubrick’s film adaptation (which doesn’t include King) were treated to a tribute in a recent Doctor Who episode that recreated a few rooms and corridors from the Overlook Hotel.
- Amazon Publishing: How it controls whole book supply chain
- Are Fantasy Tropes a Punk Response to Literature?
- Frankenstein Moon: Scientists Use Moonlight To Trace Date Mary Shelley Came Up With Monster Storyline
- How the eBook is Changing the Industry
- How to Choose Your Favorite of NPR’s Top 100 SFF Books
- J.M. McDermott Says Our Digital Future is Already A Few Months Behind Us, So What Is It, Exactly, and What Should We Do About It?
- Who Decides What Books Teens Read? Some people think “exposing” teens to dark fiction is a bad idea… Of course, these are the same idiots who later spend a great deal of time wondering why teens don’t act more like adults.
- News: Neil Armstrong denounce NASA, space program as ‘embarrassing’
- Gamers discover two potential new planets
- Real Life Fringe Science
- Amazon unveils a new full color 7″ multi-touch tablet it is calling Kindle Fire. Also announced are a new Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G. The new Kindle is a tablet for the masses, but it’s not an iPad killer, according to Slate. … though it does put Barnes & Noble in a Tight Spot.
- Engadget has posted a transcript of Amazon’s tablet event in NYC!
- Game consoles to bolster video capabilities
- Glowing bacteria encrypt codes
- Neal Stephenson considers Innovation Starvation
- Every gamer knows that strange feeling when videogames start bleeding into the real world. Some call it the Tetris Effect (Wiki entry), but a new study calls it ‘Game Transfer Phenomena’. Sally Adee argues that this property, which she calls ‘everting’, could pave the way for a
new integration with the Internet and the physical world.
- Felicia Day is Just What Gaming Needs
- Game Consoles Will Continue to Be ‘Gold Standard,’ claims GameStop
- Forbes calls New Activision Promotion ‘Nothing Short of Unholy’
- New Stealth Gameplay Trailer For GOLDENEYE RELOADED
- Are writers harming themselves by sticking with traditional publishers?
- Paul S. Kemp on How to Write Antiheroes