Si Paul Mathis se sale con la suya, esa T tan rara podría estar en nuestro próximo teclado. Mathis es un conocido empresario australiano del mundo de la restauración que ha dejado de lado sus restaurantes para embarcarse en una curiosa cruzada que tiene como objetivo promocionar un nuevo símbolo tipográfico. Se trata…
io9 is proud to present fiction from Lightspeed Magazine. Once a month, we'll be featuring a story from Lightspeed's current issue. This month's selection is "The Infill Trait" by C.C.Finlay. Enjoy!
The CW, much like its primary audience of teenage girls, likes The Hunger Games. A lot. So much so, in fact, that even after they ordering a pilot based on the Hunger Games-esque young adult book The Selection, as well as talking about some kind of Battle Royale TV show, the network has decided to go ahead and put…
Meet Apollo Run, a little three-man band from Brooklyn. They are going to be really, stupidly big soon, so watch this now so you can brag about how you were a fan back when no one knew who they were.
After The Avengers made another $100 million at the box office this weekend, a sequel is simply a matter of time. And it sounds like Joss Whedon has a definite idea about whom he wants to add to the team... and it isn't another dude!
Welcome back to Comics We Crave, where we take a look at the various readable wares that will be hitting your spinner rack tomorrow. And as you can see above, Mark Millar is back.
In 1962, space travel wasn't what you'd call an "exact" science. NASA was only a few years old and nobody really knew how humans would cope outside the atmosphere. Now, 50 years after his historic orbit, John Glenn recalls what his doctors thought would happen in zero gravity.
Fringe keeps proving over and over that everybody's sexier when they come from a dark, dystopian alternate universe. But it's basically a law of science fiction that the evil twin is always the sexier one.
Look at that cover art above! Archie! KISS! Sabrina the Teenage Witch! Jughead! I'd accuse somebody of going inside my head and stealing my mental fan fiction, but there's no appearance by David Lee Roth as a pyrokinetic centaur! It's fair game! Without further ado, the comics in stores tomorrow!
Now that the Harry Potter movies have come to an end, there's no more new Hogwarts footage, except for the deleted scenes from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Get all moony-eyed over Hermione and Ron one last time with the very last Hogwarts film you'll EVER see.