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Neil Gaiman's "American Gods" Heading to Starz

By Steven RomanoJuly 2, 2014

Someone somewhere must have done something right to please the premium cable pantheon. Otherwise we wouldn’t have confirmation that FremantleMedia North America...More  →

Underrated and Underread Classics

Underrated and Underread Classics

By Pascale CortezJuly 2, 2014

So many truly great books are lost to time. Sometimes they’re overshadowed by the author’s most popular works, sometimes they merely fall...More  →

Making the Book that Never Was: Fan-made Necronomicons

Making the Book that Never Was: Fan-made Necronomicons

By ChauntonJuly 1, 2014

When H.P. Lovecraft first penned the word "Necronomicon" in 1922, there's no way he could have known the kind of life it...More  →

The Most Bizarre Superpowers of All Time

The Most Bizarre Superpowers of All Time

By Becky FerreiraJune 30, 2014

With the Marvel cinematic universe in full swing and DC kickstarting its own crossover franchise, it's never been a better time to...More  →

Watch Great Writers Read Their Favorite Sci-Fi Authors!

Watch Great Writers Read Their Favorite Sci-Fi Authors!

By Josh PeriloJune 27, 2014

Tonight, at Brooklyn's only sci-fi bookshop—Singularity & Co.—the reading series Lust for Genre will return! This series (hosted by MindHut contributor Ryan...More  →

We Rate Our Fave Superhero Costume Designs

We Rate Our Fave Superhero Costume Designs

By Steven RomanoJune 26, 2014

One of the most crucial elements of any good super hero or heroine is a well-designed, iconic costume—a symbol of their affiliations,...More  →

Inverted Fairy Tale Characters

Inverted Fairy Tale Characters

By Robert PunchurJune 24, 2014

Folklore and fairy tales are responsible for societies’ most influential characters. Mickey Mouse is more globally known than Barrack Obama. And because...More  →

Just Call Him Arthur: 5 Essential Aquaman Facts

Just Call Him Arthur: 5 Essential Aquaman Facts

By Ryan BrittJune 19, 2014

This week, waves of casting rumors (pun intended!) hit the Internet that Jason Momoa was set to play Aquaman in Batman Vs....More  →

Free to Fall: Finally a Realistic Dystopian Novel

Free to Fall: Finally a Realistic Dystopian Novel

By Swapna KrishnaJune 18, 2014

When you think of novels set in the future, what comes to mind? Sci-fi? Dystopian novels? Usually, it’s books set in a...More  →

We Loved Being Stranded on Mars with The Martian

We Loved Being Stranded on Mars with The Martian

By Matt HecklerJune 17, 2014

We love reading about post-apocalyptic nightmares and blood-sucking demonic folk, but it’s important that us sci-fi nerds return to our roots from...More  →