In the grand scope of Superman adventures
In 1979's Superman Family #196, stodgy Clark Kent is pressganged by the "Clark Kent Fan Club" (yes, this… »
Almost every single science fiction theme that exists has received some manner of brain-detonating dancefloor remix, but one-hit wonder Mankind's reworking of the Doctor Who theme in 1978 was actually solid. Pair it with "Doctorin' the TARDIS" next time you invite some Ice Warriors over for, uh, Ice Warrior food. »
And now, a little song and dance number that falls somewhere between "Space Fever"
Some may tell you that Space Fever is a fictional disease. Others may decree that it's just a scam devised during a shadow confabulation of NASA, the pharmaceutical industry, and the Bilderberg Group. And yet other snake oil hucksters will bellow that Space Fever exists only in the minds of hypochondriacs, with such… »
Is that a bearded, lightsaber-wielding Han Solo?! You bet your ass it is. This t-shirt features early concept art drawn up by none other than legendary concept designer Ralph McQuarrie — the man behind much of the look and feel of the original Star Wars trilogy. This is just one of over 20 new Star Wars tees being sold … »
Star Wars has given us many great musical inspirations, including John Williams' timeless score. But the weirdest tune from Star Wars might well be "Lapti Nek," the song that Lucasfilm tried to turn into a major dance pop hit. »
If you pen disco songs about aliens and UFOs, you're eccentric. But if you transform your space-case dance jams into music videos, you're asking for a padded cell. Warning: the blinding cheesiness of this disco apocalypse may cause retinal stigmata. »
Buck certainly knows how to strut his stuff and get down with it. We've already seen the phenomenon that is the disco-dancing Buckettes on skates
Blade Runner: The Final Cut had a screening last night at the Jules Verne Adventure Film Festival, and Warner Bros. decided to host the after-party at the famous Bradbury Building in downtown Los Angeles. io9 was there, snapping photos and gawking. If you've seen the film, then you know it's the rat-infested condemned … »
If you don't know why the early-1980s Buck Rogers in the 25th Century TV series is damn near perfect, then this clip from the episode "Escape from Wedded Bliss" will explain it all to you. Earth is in danger because evil Princess Ardala (wearing the purple spangly lingerie and tiara) has declared that she'll use her… »
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Title: Buck Rogers In The 25th Century
Vitals: A twentieth-century astronaut gets caught in a swirly thingy and goes… »