Astronaut Karen Nyberg just tweeted this breathtaking photo of a sunrise, taken from humanity's most awesome scenic overlook — the International Space Station.
Art—impossible to define? Maybe. Shocking, city-leveling awesomeness—impossible to define? No. Not after seeing this San Francisco mural, which shatters any concept of either art or awesomeness you might have, melding them together into one fantastic rainbow apocalypse. LASERS!
Doctor Who's most reliably awesome spin-off had almost everything this week: android versions of Agent Smith, silly UFO nuts, and alien genocide. Most of all, it had bad-ass Clyde Langer. Here are our five favorite moments. Spoilers ahead.
What would happen if someone made a dark, gritty live-action Pokémon film? It'd probably look a lot like Pokémon Apokélypse, a fake trailer so spot-on, some fans thought it was real. The last line is what makes it. [Shogun Gamer]
Star Wars: Legacy ends this month. We've been dreading a rushed conclusion to our favorite Star Wars comic. But now creators Ostrander and Duursema promise a miniseries that'll end the series in style... and maybe kill off tons of characters.
If only someone had been holding the Emperor accountable and publishing the truth, maybe Admiral Ackbar would have known it was a trap in advance. The #wookieleaks tag on Twitter is a work of pure awesomeness, including Ewok intelligent design and the lack of WMDs on Alderaan. Update: As ElSpanielo points out, there's…
Yes, that's really an Xenomorph from Ridley Scott's Alien attacking Futurama's Bender. And yes, it's really a sand sculpture. This past weekend, the town of Port Angeles, WA had a science-fiction-themed sand sculpture contest. Bender won, natch.
The $200 million film Inception has a cerebral concept and an austere marketing campaign. But what if it had a ridiculous title, and posters that talk down to the audience? That's what we asked the other day, and you delivered.
People complained that we left Simon Tam out of our 1980s-style Firefly opening credits. You failed to realize: That was Firefly's second-season intro. By then, Sean Maher had cashed in on his unbelievable popularity, with a spin-off. Check it out.
Joss Whedon's Firefly was awesome, but its title sequence really didn't sell the show. What Firefly really needed was a kick-ass, old-school, synth-happy, guitar-solo, Yay Spaceships, 1980s-style intro credit sequence. And here it is. Joss, you can thank me later.
Two fans of Syfy's storehouse-of-weirdness show Warehouse 13, Sara Adkins and Annette Noel created this Warehouse 13 board game. The show returns tonight at 9, with an utterly hilarious/weird reveal regarding a famous science fiction author, and more Claudia/Artie awesomeness.
The next generation of concept artists is paying tribute to the master, Syd Mead, who reinvented cars and city living in his work on Blade Runner, Tron and other films. Here are our favorite entries from CGSociety's Syd Mead contest.
Christopher Nolan rocked our brains with The Dark Knight, and it looks like he'll do it again with his new film, Inception. Dozens of high-res stills and poster images just went online, giving us our best look at this film.
Yep, that's the weird plume coming out of the clouds, heading towards the sun. Amazing. Update: It's not a space shuttle, it's a rocket. Details below.
The Whirlpool Galaxy crashes into its dwarf companion, NGC 5195, and the insane forces of the collision form the galaxy's distinctive spiral "arms" of stars. Note the bright pink, showing hydrogen. That's just one of two insane new galaxy pictures.