Interviews & Profiles
- A Fantastical Librarian interviews A.F.E. Smith, author of Darkhaven.
- Lawrence M. Schoen interviews Michael Hodges, author of The Puller.
- Notes from Coode Street interviews Kim Stanley Robinson, author of Aurora.
- Qwillery interviews Ishbelle Bee, author of The Singular & Extraordinary Tale of Mirror & Goliath, recently released by Angry Robot Books.
- ScienceFiction.com interviews Bennett Coles, author of Virtues of War.
- SFFWorld interviews Jeffrey Ford, author of The Cosmology of the Wider World.
- Suvudu interviews Margaret Fortune, author of Nova.
- Zach Staenberg talks about film editing & Wachowskis.
- 2015 Locus Awards Winners.
- Somehow, There’s Going to Be a Sequel to Lucy. Am I the only one who thinks that this is a clear waste of our nation’s precious Scarlett Johansson supply?
- Terminator Universe Is Set To Expand With A New TV Show.
- Wayward Pines could actually get a second season, but it’ll look very different.
- Women Bring Home the Gold in Locus Awards for Best in Sci-Fi and Fantasy.
Events & Event News
- Chad Bowers and Chris Sims appear at Punk Monkey Comics on Friday June 26, 2015 from 2:00 till 7:00 PM to sign X-MEN ’92 #1! RSVP on Facebook.
- Writers Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing sign the official graphic novel prelude to MAZE RUNNER: THE SCORCH TRIALS at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, CA on Wednesday June 24, 2015 at 7:30 PM!
- Gaia – a perfect mix between world domination games and co-op games. Gaia is a game filled with wars, corruption, and catastrophes.
- Maze Ship Battles – a fast-paced strategy board game designed for all skill levels.
- Virtual Revolution – The Movie – A cyberpunk feature film set in Europe, in 2047, in a world dominated by virtual reality…
- Book Review: Paul Di Filippo reviews Archivist Wasp by Nicole Kornher-Stace.
- TV Review: If Isaac Asimov Were Alive, Humans Would Be His Favorite TV Show.
- 4 Books in Which Interstellar Travel Is Insane.
- 7 Awesome Things We Saw and Heard at the Saturn Awards.
- 9 Awesome Appearances by Real Figures in SF.
- 14 TV Shows That Reinvented Science Fiction In The Past Decade.
- The 50 most daring film roles for women since Ripley.
- Asteroid film Disaster Playground is basically a real world Armageddon.
- Den of Geek explains Why Person of Interest is well worth your time.
- Dune at 50: Dune Gets Real in these recent titles..
- Essential “Ant-Man” Stories You Need to Read Before the Movie.
- Hackers watch Hackers: “Hackers was a financial flop, but its hilariously over-the-top early CGI visuals, oddly prescient view on technology, and glam-cyberpunk aesthetic rendered it a cult classic. To honor its 20th anniversary—at a time dogged by newfound fears about what the future of technology holds—we thought it would be fitting to bring together a group of actual hackers to screen and discuss the film.”
- In Memoriam: The 10 Greatest Sci-fi and Fantasy Scores of James Horner.
- io9 explains How to Get into Reading Comics.
- The Pros and Cons of Literary Collaboration By Gail Z. Martin.
- “Melville Never Wrote Me A Choose Your Own Adventure Book.”
- Star Trek: 27 Geeky Things About the New Movies.
- Tech Times offers 5 Reasons To Watch Syfy’s New Space Drama Killjoys.
- Thanks to some legwork by /Film’s Eric Goldman, there are some neat new details about the First Order, the villains of The Force Awakens. There isn’t a whole lot to go on there, but it does tease a bit. If you want to try to cop one of these figures yourself (good luck), they’ll be on sale at San Diego Comic-Con.
- Which version of James Cameron’s The Abyss is better?
- The writers of AMC’s mini-series Humans turn up the heat on artificial intelligence.
- The car fleet of Mad Max: Fury Road captured in Lego in all their glory.
- Exclusive Look At The Art Of Ex Machina.
- The Avengers get drawn as Samurai, then then get built as Lego Mechs. The Lego Mechs clearly need their own Lego video game.
- Wicked Iron Man Samurai Armor Design by Hong Kong artist Jack Lee.
- You have to see this awesome Gremlins cake, present complete with backstory cosplay!
More Fun Stuff
- 8 Bit Cinema re-envisions Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind as a video game.
- The Crazy Science Behind Self/less ‘ Consciousness Transfer.
- The first robot wedding happened in Japan: There was a kiss, cake, and dancing.
- Here’s a directory of Out-of-copyright Sci Fi on Kindle.
- If Jurassic Park Were In Different Geological Eras.
- Read an excerpt from Shadows of Self by Brandon Sanderson at Tor.com.
- Science Fiction becomes reality: The Story Behind the First 3D Printed Wrench in Space.
- Sick Teenager Becomes A TIE Pilot In The Best Way Possible.
- SPACE PYRAMIDS! NASA discovers photographic proof that “Stargate” may not have been as science-fiction as you thought.
- Watch the Japan trailer for Ant-Man now with all-new footage.
- Watch a teaser trailer for Fear in New Fear the Walking Dead Teaser.