Syfy Keeps Making Scifi TV Shows, Puts Frederick Pohl's Gateway in Development

It’s always a good day when the Syfy channel announces its making science fiction entertainment. It’s n even better day when that entertainment is a TV adaptation of Frederick Pohl’s Hugo and Nebula award-winning scifi novel Gateway, which will be co-developed by Battlestar Galactica producer David Eick. » 8/12/15 12:20pm 8/12/15 12:20pm

The New Buck Rogers Movie Will Be Based on His Most Classic Story Ever

When you think about Buck Rogers, you probably think of a scifi character that’s basically been around forever. But he does have an origin story—one that was told in the classic Amazing Stories magazine under the title Armageddon 2419 AD—and it’s this tale that will finally bring Buck Rogers back to the big screen. » 7/10/15 11:55am 7/10/15 11:55am

How Ghost Fleet Nails The Perfect Vision of World War III

Set in the near future, Ghost Fleet dares to imagine what the next global war might actually look like. We talked to P.W. Singer to learn how he and his co-author August Cole managed to produce a futuristic techno-thriller that’s as plausible as it is entertaining. We were also given an exclusive excerpt from the… » 6/25/15 2:40pm 6/25/15 2:40pm

What Science Fiction Movie Made You Feel Dumber After Watching It?

Science fiction is supposed to be scientific, and science is supposed to be accurate. Yet some scifi movies feel it’s okay to ignore the facts of reality into order to tell a story — a story which may be momentarily entertaining, but at the cost of making its viewers stupider. Looking at you, Armageddon. » 5/19/15 2:00pm 5/19/15 2:00pm

12 New Science Fiction Comics You Absolutely Need To Be Reading

I’m not exactly sure why, but 2015 has already been a weirdly good year for science fiction comics. There’s a strange abundance of great stories coming out soon, or are already available, that everyone should be checking out. Here are the dozen series and graphic novels you absolutely need to know! » 4/02/15 11:25am 4/02/15 11:25am