Well the leap day has struck with a vengeance and both my brain and clock seem to be totally out of whack. Still I promise that I will not mention that it is FF day today! Nosirree, not me. Today, the Darkness reaches issue one hundred, and though an admirable achievement in today’s market, it [...]
Moleskine has long been the gold standard in notebooks for creative types. Now they’ve released a special edition notebook themed around the embodiment of all things creative: LEGO.
You probably have your own list of science fiction must-reads. While I am pretty sure that our lists will have some common titles, differences are also to be expected. And if you are still looking for suggestions on what science fiction title to pick up next, here is something that you might want to check [...]
Actually this 3D printer only costs USD $300.00. The additional USD $50.00 is to cover for shipping. Global shipping, mind you. The Makibox A6 is the world’s most affordable 3D printer that can fit on your desktop. It occupies the length and width of a sheet of an A6 sized bond paper and you can [...]
Instead of Arkham Asylum, we could have gotten a very, very different Batman game. A game set in the 19th Century Victorian era, with a steampunk Batman pitted against Jack the Ripper. Here’s a tech demo that shows what that game could have looked like.
Since it first hit theaters thirteen years ago, many a Star Wars fan has griped over the endless plot holes, narrative deficiencies, and boring characters of The Phantom Menace. But instead of merely complaining, here’s a fan who channeled his frustration into figuring out how to make the movie work.
…in envy. That is, if you are like us, and you just can’t get enough of periodic tables. If you have been following us for a while, you’ve read about the world’s tiniest periodic table. We also have a nifty collection of the geekiest periodic tables you can possibly find. As cool as all other [...]
SWEET LORD, WHY??? This gameplay video contains possibly the most disturbing thing I’ve ever seen: Princess Leia, slave outfit and all, swinging her hips and cavorting Dance Central-style in Jabba’s Palace.
There’s a new indie movie coming called Pulp, a British comedy set in the geek world of comic books and conventions. Its trailer contains a scene in which an unlikeable cop named Tyler Jake rips Star Wars apart, and as you might suspect, it’s quite the button-pusher.