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What We’re Looking Forward To In 2010: Sci-fi TV

Though the 2010 pilot season won’t be here until August, the new year is upon us, and this means we must look to the future of our prime time entertainment. With the cancellation of Joss Whedon’s FOX series Dollhouse, we’re left (once again) to pick up the pieces of our sci-fi/fantasy TV fandom and look elsewhere.

Here’s what …

The New Inception Trailer: OMG They Remade Dreamscape

OK, true story: last year I’m on a flight to L.A., and the guy in the seat next to me is working on some kind of production schedule for a movie. I’m not shoulder-surfing, but he’s got a MacBook that’s so deluxe it basically stretches over three seats. Plus he gets way pissed when the outlet he’s plugged into craps out and his battery …

Freeze Frame: Lovely Bones’s Wondrous Reincarnation

This is part of an ongoing weekly series called “Freeze Frame,” where we break down our very favorite sci-fi/fantasy/adventure moments – the scenes that we look forward to, that remind us why we so love this job. As you might guess, such discussions are riddled with spoilers.

Lovely Bones: An Unforgettable

Exclusive Preview: MDHP David Malki’s Wondermark

Dark Horse Comics is proud to present this handsome hardbound collection of David Malki’s Ignatz-nominated comic strip Wondermark. One of the Internet’s new generation of self-syndicated comic creators, Malki repurposes illustrations and engravings from 19th-century books into hilarious, collage-style comic strips.

Out tomorrow …

Exclusive: Diablo Cody Talks Bloodthirsty Babes

I think Diablo Cody and I might be kindred spirits. Or at least kindred movie spirits.

I know there are some now who scoff at the mega-hit Juno, but I still find the thing pretty damn lovable – a girl who plays it tough and indifferent on the outside in order to mask the fears and insecurities on the inside. We know how wise …

Birdseye Footage from a Homemade Copter

Anthony Jacobs, founder and president of Perspective Aerials, found a new cheaper way to take aerial shots. The trick? A radio-controlled quadrocopter.

Check out the video above.

Superman vs Ali Redux in 2010

What we all thought would never happen is going to happen. DC Comics announced today that they would be reprinting the classic tale of Superman teaming up with Mohammed Ali to take on the Scrubbs. The reprint will hit shelves in the fall of 2010 with two versions: deluxe hardcover edition and limited edition hardcover.

The first

Holy Krow They Kracked the Kindle

This via Slashdot: “hackers” have broken the DRM on the Kindle’s proprietary e-book format.

Interesting. Yay, says the anti-DRM, pro-freedom-of-information part of me. Boo, says the book-writing part of me, who fears widespread piracy will further cripple an already challenged publishing industry.

Crawl back into your anti-deluvian …

In Neytiri, Avatar Producer Sees Oscar Gold

When it comes to Avatar, there are mixed opinions. Some people dig the 3-D. Others think it’s an overused and underwhelming device. Some say the story has been sacrificed in favor of the visuals. All I can say is that I’ve never seen 3-D employed in this manner, and I was blown away by not just the scope and depth of Pandora, but in …

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