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Now’s the Time to Make
Your New Epic Obsession
Amazon has gone all in on the former Syfy series, and with two new seasons of outer-space intrigue on the horizon, maybe you will too.
Watch a User Experience Expert React to Sci-fi Operating Systems
How long until we can buy those
tca press tour
Star Trek: Discovery
Writers to Reboot
The Man Who Fell to Earth
It was a David Bowie movie, now it’ll be a CBS All Access TV show.
Is a Clumsy Muddle of Superior Science-Fiction Stories
The new Netflix series can’t seem to make up its mind whether to be smart and challenging or trashy and shallow.
Matt Zoller Seitz
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Series Is Headed to Hulu
showrunner Carlton Cuse is involved.
best of 2018
The 10 Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books of 2018
Sentient plants, a telepathic key, obsessive-compulsive zombies and other avatars of our broken world.
How Close Are We To Real-Life
And how should we treat them when we get them?
Do Androids Dream of Colossal Women?
Blade Runner 2049,
and why we keep imagining a future where our cities play host to gigantic, nude, nameless women.
Brand New’s Fifth Studio Album,
, Is Out Right Now (Yes, Now!)
It’s the band’s first studio album since 2009.
Tom DeLonge Is Directing a Sci-Fi Movie About a ‘Tribe of Broken Youth’
It’s based on his YA franchise about skateboarding teens who investigate the paranormal.
the end is nigh
Neil Gaiman Adapting His Novel
A posthumously found letter from Terry Pratchett urged Gaiman to go on with the project.
All is fair in love and aliens.
How This Year’s Hugo Awards Got Hijacked
Science fiction has its Gamergate moment, led by a bunch of mostly white, mostly male writers calling themselves the “Sad Puppies.”
Comics Stars Lemire and Nguyen Talk
Plus, Lemire gabs about his new run on Marvel’s
Damon Lindelof Now Writing
Those Ken Cosgrove robot stories don’t write themselves.
Read a Beautiful Mapped History of Science Fiction
From Gilgamesh to steam punk.