The first issue of Poe from BOOM! Studios promises a Hellboy-esque supernatural mystery with everyone's favorite dyspeptic poet (and his brother) at the helm. »
The first issue of new counter intelligence comic Unthinkable opens a huge box of post-9/11 conspiracy, but, perhaps as a good conspiracy dictates, it's still a bit unclear where this is going. »
Everyone probably occasionally (or often) thinks, You know what would make this Battlestar episode better? A lot of alcohol. So here, for your drinking — and viewing — pleasure, are a dozen science-fiction drinking games. »
Now, if I could travel through time, I'd head for the future, but for some reason, people just keep heading for the not-so-distant past where they run into their own mothers.
Issue 1 of Farscape: Strange Detractors from BOOM! Studios is, simply put, a lot of fun. Not a whole lot of substance, maybe, but it's a pretty good time, anyway. »
If you're looking for a job, here's a list of successful, influential corporations you might want to work for. That is, as long as you don't ask too many questions.
Maybe it's true that love knows no bounds. And when we're exploring space and discovering new alien life-forms, it just makes sense that we're going to have their babies. Here's our nine favorite half-human hybrids. »
The number of times you can say "I thought you were dead!" in science fiction is probably only rivaled by characters in soap operas. In honor of Easter, here are eleven of the best resurrections.
Some of these upstanding members of the medical profession are the epitome of the Hippocratic oath, while others have found less ... traditional... methods of drawing blood.
It may be March, but that still counts as the start of the year, right? Let's take a look at what movies, television, and books have predicted for us in the days to come...
Whether actual gods or just godlike, here are five comic book characters that it's probably better not to get on the bad side of. And if you'd like to worship them, that might help, too. »
Saddling up your faithful steed to ride off into the sunset is one of those things best left to John Wayne. Sometimes. Here are some of science fiction's best substitutes for our friend, the horse.
I think I agree with a lot of what he's saying, but not so much the word "Apology" in the essay's title—As if writing "genre" fiction were something that you should be sorry for. While science-fiction might not be the most respected among the literati (and I'm still not sure who they are—or if we should care), you never… »