The Walking Dead’s mid-season finale was exciting! It really seems like this is the first year of the series that actually moves at a good pace, has plenty of high action and drama, and (for the most part) good character development. But while The Walking Dead is on a short hiatus, let’s take a look back at all of the zombie kills over the past two-and-a-half years. Color-coded, no less! (Click the image for the reeeeaaallly long full-size infographic).
You might not know it from keeping up with entertainment news lately, but there are actually some really promising science fiction films in the works that have neither Trek nor Wars in their titles. Strangely enough, two of them star Tom Cruise, and neither of them involve Lord Xenu. We’ve recently seen several images from All You Need Is Kill, based on Hiroshi Sakurazaka, and now we’ve got a first look at Cruise’s other big sci-fi project, Oblivion. Check out the first official poster below.
It’s Friday, and the conclusion to Syfy’s Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome web series is now available. Episode nine and ten bring the storyline to an end with the revelation of why young William Adama and his team were on a secret mission, deep in Cylon territory. The action and tension is at a fevered pitch as the story ends. Watch episode nine and ten below…
So you’ve got your t-shirts, your hats, your backpacks, your shoes, your cell phone cases and photo backgrounds, and your tattoos. That’s how people get a visual sense of what your personality is like while you’re walking around, without you ever having to say a word. But say you’re driving in your car down the road. I mean, obviously people can’t see your Skeletor gearshift knob, but there’s an entire outside of the car to publicize. Yeah, the bumper still has the white sticky parts from the stickers you ripped off because you didn’t think those bands and ironic sayings were cool anymore. But who cares about covering those, because bumper stickers are old hat anyway. You want something newer to bring to the “look at me” game. And not some passing fad either. You need to dig deep and figure out the things you really love and find a clever way to affix that idea to the outside of your car.
No you don’t, because Washington’s arts and crafts master Jason Davies has already done it for you. His Etsy page is full of stylish and attractive car emblems that will surely appeal to almost any sci-fi fan that exists.