SF Tidbits for 3/27/06
- RIP: Stanislaw Lem. [via Locus Online]
- Wired list the The Best Sci-Fi Concept Albums. [via Big Dumb Object]
- A history of the British Science Fiction Book Club. [via HubBub]
- Joss Whedon wouldn’t mind putting TV Wonder Woman Lynda Carter in his upcoming Wonder Woman movie, but only if it’s right and doesn’t pull viewers out of the movie.
- Stephen King likes Battlestar Galactica, saying it’s “a beautifully written show, driven by character…there’s not a better acting troupe at work on television” and it’s “far better than Star Trek, in any of its incarnations.” Hmmm, I’m sure that sits well with Trek fans.
- Ed Gorman offers a piece on Richard Matheson.
- HomeVideo.com’s list of Great Sci-Fi Movies.
- Listen to the original radio broadcast adaptation of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. [via del.icio.us]
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