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SF Tidbits for 4/10/08

Kevin Maher at SciFi Scanner’s SciFi Dept tells us about Sequels We’ll Never See. (Like Reanimator 4!) Speaking of Reanimator, the latest Sci-Fi Talk podcast [Read more]

April 10, 2008 // 0 Comments

INTERVIEW: Dr. Michio Kaku

Michio Kaku, commonly referred to as a “popularizer of science”, is the Henry Semat Professor of Theoretical Physics at the Graduate Center of the City University [Read more]

April 9, 2008 // 16 Comments

Tube Bits for 04/09/2008

The Comics TV blog watches Serenity and Babylon 5: The Lost Tales. He wonders about the ‘certain death’ sequence in Serenity where, (SPOILERS!) aside from one [Read more]

April 9, 2008 // 4 Comments

SF Tidbits for 4/9/08

At B&N Review, Paul DiFilippo looks at the history of space opera through four novels: Space Vulture by Gary K. Wolf and John J. Myers, Pebble in the Sky by Isaac [Read more]

April 9, 2008 // 2 Comments

Sands of Oblivion Contest Winners!

The Sands Of Oblivion Giveaway contest is finally over! The winners are: Maria Stahl, New Albin Chuck Graham, Madison Jeffrey Shumway, Dayton Philip Chute Larry Ketchersid, [Read more]

April 8, 2008 // 4 Comments

SF Tidbits for 4/8/08

Interviews: Adventures in Scifi Publishing talks with Robert Buettner, author of Orphan’s Journey. Physicality of Words interviews Peter Watts (Blindsight). The Book [Read more]

April 8, 2008 // 0 Comments

REVIEW: Matter by Iain Banks

REVIEW SUMMARY: Banks has written another very good book set in his Culture universe. MY RATING: BRIEF SYNOPSIS: See JP’s excellent review for a synopsis. MY REVIEW: [Read more]

April 7, 2008 // 11 Comments

Tube Bits for 04/07/2008

The Stargate juggernaut keeps on moving. Not content with a feature film, two TV series and two direct-to-DVD movies, now we are getting 26 animated episodes in the 4 DVD set [Read more]

April 7, 2008 // 4 Comments

TOC: The Best of Michael Swanwick

Even if it weren’t tempting to post the contents of the upcoming collection The Best of Michael Swanwick from Subterranean Press, this way-cool cover for the book by [Read more]

April 6, 2008 // 3 Comments

Number 5 Is Alive Again?

Continuing the string of ‘bad idea‘ movies, Sci Fi wire tells us that Dimension Films has acquired the remake rights to Short Circuit. Um, what? Is there really a [Read more]

April 6, 2008 // 3 Comments

RIP: Charlton Heston

Actor Charlton Heston has passed away at age 84. Science Fiction fans remember him from Planet of the Apes (1968) (based on the Pierre Boulle novel), The Omega Man (1971n [Read more]

April 6, 2008 // 11 Comments

Bill & Ted’s Excellent Reboot?

Following on from yesterday’s news about a movie version of Hyperion, Movie Hole tells us that Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure is getting the reboot treatment. [Read more]

April 5, 2008 // 1 Comment

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