We're trying to be prepared over at Sci-Fi Squad for whatever's around the corner for humankind, whether it's mass mutation, enslavement by cyborgs, apocalyptic nuclear devastation, full-scale alien invasion, or just our eventual, peaceful departing from this planet. It's hard to predict the outcome, but it won't stop our writers from preparing you as well, bringing you news and opinions from the farthest reaches of space and time, right to you computer. Here's what we're talking about right now...
- Was a return to Rapture worth the trip? Peter Hall gets opinionated on Bioshock 2.
- We take an in-depth look at the 1976 cult classic The Man Who Fell to Earth (starring David Bowie as an alien) as part of the Sci-Fi Squad Movie Club.
- Read the full "Judgement Day" story from Weird Fantasy #18, a 1953 comic book that made waves in its day for a bold evisceration of racism.
- A bunch of Star Trek fans got together to break an incredibly nerdy (yet awesome) record.
- Enter "The House of Tomorrow" with legendary animator Tex Avery.
- Jacob Hall considers the rumors of the Nolan-ization of the entire DC Universe on film.
- FX powerhouse WETA offers an interesting look at how some of Avatar's eye-popping effects were accomplished.