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It’s Hard To Say Goodbye When Our Favorite TV Shows Overstay Their Welcome

I have a confession to make: When The CW made the announcement it would be renewing Supernatural for its tenth season with no end in sight, I groaned. Audibly. It’s not because I dislike the show. On the contrary, I hold the Winchesters near and dear to my heart. I pause in respectful silence any time I hear “Carry On Wayward Son,” but I’m worried about my beloved series going down in a depressing spiral of mediocre episodes. Nobody wants that.

Sometimes, as fans, we just have to let go. 


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Summer Is Coming

Varys has a hot dog. VARYS HAS A HOT DOG. (by Sarit Evrani, prints available on Society6)



Shatner, Fillion, Nichols, Tennant, Gaiman, & More Set For BBC America’s Real History of Science Fiction

Holy crap those are some impressive names. But wait! There’s more! 



And Now, The International Trailer for Jupiter Ascending

The Japanese trailer for Lana and Andy Wachowski’s upcoming sci-fi film hit the internet this week. It’s got spaceships, planets, condescending aliens, which is all I really need to know. That said, am I the only one who gets a deep sense of foreboding whenever I see Sean Bean on screen?


Inside of a dog it's too dark to read

The Nebula Award Nominees (That You Can Read Free Online)

The Nebula Award Nominees are out this week, and as usual we have tried to provide you with links to where you can read at least some of them for free online. So far as we were able to quickly Google. This turns out to be a lot! Congratulations to the twice nominated Alaya Dawn Johnson, to our friends at Apex magazine for earning a nomination for Rachel Swirsky “If You Were a Dinosaur, My Love,” and to Pacific Rim. We really hope you win Best Dramatic Presentation, because we love you.


Not all that glitters is gold

Classy Jewelry For The Distinguished Sci-Fi Nerd

Etsy seller Lauren Goldberg (aka Auberg Designs) hand cuts fantastic sci-fi and fantasy silhouettes out of sheet brass, copper, etc to create a standout look for any occasion. Take a look at her work featuring Doctor Who, Star Trek, and more!


It's Aliiiiiiiiiiiive!

Lightspeed Sci-Fi Magazine to Do Entirely Woman-Created Issue

In June 2014, Lightspeed magazine will be doing an oversized  issue that’s entirely written and edited by women titled “Women Destroy Science Fiction!” They even have a Kickstarter campaign going to help fund the issue where you can get things like posters and subscriptions. An easy response would be to write this off as some sort of pandering, given that a lot of times projects like this are done to quiet down the disgruntled women-folk without having to hire them regularly. However, there’s more to this project and this publisher than just a simple feature on women.


Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

Time Travel Goes Wrong In The Trailer For Welcome To Yesterday [VIDEO]

In this found footage, very Chronicle-like, adventure, a group of friends discover a means of time travel. It’s all fun, games, and lottery wins until someone gets hurt. Well, lots of someones. The idea itself is one we’ve obviously seen a lot of in time travel stories but with the right execution this could be interesting.

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What It Says On the Tin

Let’s Schedule a Road Trip For 2017, ‘Cause Washington DC’s Getting a Sci-Fi Museum

The yet-unnamed museum has just been announced, but already I’m planning how I can best sneak in when it opens in early 2017. Screw visiting. I want to live there.


A Fake Trailer for the Ages: Glorgon’s Girl Is the Breakout Teen Romance of No One’s Summer

*sigh* I remember my first high school crush on a Glorgon…