Entertainment Weekly’s website has launched CapeTown, a new site dedicated to Hollywood and “Comic-Con culture” — a place for all things superhero, sci-fi, fantasy and horror on film, TV, gaming, comic and novel platforms. Geoff Boucher, who joined EW after twenty years at the LA Times, will head CapeTown. This week the site will showcaseContinue reading “Entertainment Weekly Launches CapeTown for Comic-Con Culture Enthusiasts”
New York graphic designer Daniel Nyarihas created a great poster that displays a memorable collection of Famous Robots from film, television, comics and video games. Prints, canvases, bags, hoodies and shirts are all available to purchase from Daniel’s online Society6 store.
Mad scientists and mechanical men, space cowboys and time travelers, man-monsters and man-eating aliens — clearly this is our kind of crowd. Hero Complex came up with a list of 50 essential characters from the sci-fi small screen. Check them out HERE. Here is a personal favorite: Col. Steve Austin, “The Six Million Dollar Man” (1974):Continue reading “TV’s Top 50 Sci-Fi Characters”
The New Yorker’s first ever science fiction issue was released this week and features fiction and essays by Ray Bradbury, Jonathan Lethem, Junot Díaz, Anthony Burgess, Sam Lipsyte, Jennifer Egan, Colson Whitehead, Emily Nussbaum and many others. The cover titled Crashing the Gate was illustrated by Daniel Clowes. This issue is available on newsstands, onlineContinue reading “The New Yorker Releases Its First Ever Science Fiction Issue This Week”
The winners of NPR’s Top 100 Science-Fiction and Fantasy survey are an intriguing mix of classic and contemporary book titles. The panel of experts reviewed hundreds of the most popular nominations and tossed out those that didn’t fit the survey’s criteria. You’ll notice there are no young adult or horror books on this list; thoseContinue reading “The Top 100 Science-Fiction & Fantasy Books”
A high quality screened poster featuring icons of 61 robots, 58 aliens and 30 various vehicles. Altogether adding up to a staggering 149 icons to contemplate while you really should be speding some quality time with your family. The piece itself is printed in 3 colors, screened on a 14″x36″ sheet of 80lb poster stockContinue reading “149 Celebrated Icons of Science Fiction Print”