It is the year 2000 and you are Vincent Latimer, “Robot Hater!” (Or you are a reader of a comic in the second person).
In the interest of Science: gallery of anatomical drawings of yokai, Japanese folk monsters. Hopefully, no actual yokai were harmed in making these drawings.
Connected is a Danish postapocalyptic short film. It’s kinda like The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, at least it’s an allegory about greed. (thanks, DimSumWesterns!)
Hey, the BBC has a Doctor Who Comic Maker. Make your own comics–with Doctor Who! (Thanks, Rebecca!)
Hal Duncan navigates the mores of fan fiction. With stops at the kerfuffled shoals of Diana Gabaldon and George R. R. Martin’s blogs.
It’s been years since I’ve read any straight-up science-fiction. You know, the classic stuff by authors like Arthur C. Clarke or Robert Heinlein or Isaac Asimov. But I got back into it recently through A.E. Van Vogt, having picked-up a used copy of Empire of the Atom.