[polldaddy poll=5883290] Last week we picked your brain about your favorite fantasy world. This week, science fiction gets its day. What’s your favorite scifi universe, and why?
It looks like the success of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter hasn’t gone unnoticed by others in Hollywood, because now James Cameron is teaming up with Disney to bring Pandora, the alien world from Avatar, to life at Walt Disney World in Florida.
It was with great regret I heard yesterday of the passing of artist Jon D’Agostino, and we at ForeverGeek wish to express our condolences to his family and friends. As an artist who has worked in the industry since the days of Timely Comics, Jon D’Agostino has contributed immeasurably to the medium, helping to enthrall [...]
Last week, the first ever opera in Klingon was held at The Hague. Language enthusiasts can’t help but get excited about something like that, even though the idea of learning a “fake” language may seem silly to some. (Think about it though – is there really such a thing as a fake language?) Needless to [...]
It would be an understatement to say that mankind has had a fascination with gods for quite for quite some time, but it really seems to have come to the fore recently.
The previous series showed how the Crossed are twisted in their minds, but nothing I had seen so far so clearly showed the devastating impact on a victims loved ones. I really felt for her, yet somehow felt it was a form of mercy.
To buy or not to buy? Fox is releasing James Cameron’s Avatar on DVD and Blu-ray April 22nd. Fans of the movie will be tempted to buy it then — it’s a nice little environmental tie-in, as the 22nd is also Earth Day. But take note: all you’re getting for your MSRP of $29.98 (DVD) [...]
I was able to watch the movie Avatar around 2 weeks ago when it was fresh from the movie oven and I have to say, it’s probably one of the best movies I’ve watched so far. Admit it, I bet you either said, “I want to be a Na’vi!” out aloud, or thought of it [...]
When all the characters seem jaded in attitude, it is a nice surprise that as a reader, I do not feel the same way. Ellis seems to have a handle on mercenary attitudes, twisted with displays of compassion that only become apparent later.