Hilarious webcomic story imagines the lunar colonies turned into the…

Zach Weinersmith's Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal is always funny and thoughtful, but he's at his sharpest when he's spinning quick comic science fiction stories. This week, Weinersmith takes us to a moon populated entirely by winners of silly contests, and what happens when the lunar colonies are turned into a… » 3/02/13 12:30pm 3/02/13 12:30pm

Crowdfund comics about science and scientists, Ralph Bakshi shorts,…

If you love science—and laughing both at scientists and with them—there's a great new Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal looking for crowdfunding. Plus, animator Ralph Bakshi has a new independent animated project, a crew of laser cutters is building Space Invaders chess sets, and a puppeteer is working on an intriguing … » 2/03/13 12:00pm 2/03/13 12:00pm

Before the aliens arrive, we'll have to clean up the bachelor pad Earth

It would be kind of embarrassing if aliens from a more advanced civilization showed up tomorrow and found the mess of disease, war, and poverty we still haven't gotten around to cleaning up. Zach Weiner's illustrated short story "The Bachelor" describes humanity's frantic effort to make the planet presentable before our… » 5/19/12 2:30pm 5/19/12 2:30pm

The Real, Shameful Reason We'll Explore Saturn's Moons

Exploring the moons of Saturn and Jupiter could show us habitable worlds, liquid water, and perhaps even alien life. But webcomic Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal suggests that the real reason we'll visit Enceladus won't be for scientific exploration. » 12/30/09 9:30am 12/30/09 9:30am