The Complete Guide To Every Single Terminator, From T-1 To T-3000

Most of us just know a few of Skynet’s most famous killer cyborgs. The T-800, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger. The T-1000, made of liquid metal. But there have been a stunning 15 models of Terminator, from Cyberdyne and Skynet, as featured in the movies, TV series and games. Here’s our complete guide to all the… » 7/01/15 1:18pm Yesterday 1:18pm

Today's Best Media Deals: Complete Cowboy Bebop, Jurassic Park, & More

The must-own Cowboy Bebop Complete Series Blu-ray has dropped down to its lowest price ever today on Amazon. Even if you aren’t usually into anime, it’s worth giving this one a try. And if you have seen it, the Blu-ray’s worth it for the extras alone. [Cowboy Bebop, $30]http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NP06DJE/... » 7/01/15 10:45am Yesterday 10:45am

Eight Books You Need To Know About To Understand The Hugo Awards Snafu

This year’s Hugo Awards controversy is confusing. There are two kinds of puppies! Are the puppies against diversity, or literary snobbery? And so on. But really, this is all about books, and particularly what kind of books we’re supposed to celebrate. So here are eight books that can help you understand the Hugo mess. » 6/30/15 10:05am Tuesday 10:05am

Kate Beaton's New Book Is About a Warrior Princess and Her Farting Pony

We love Kate Beaton’s comics, whether she’s spoofing Canadian history, sexifying Batman, or recalling her time working at a mining site. Now she’s coming out with a picture book about a young warrior princess who longs for a noble steed — and instead gets a short, pudgy, and rather flatulent pony.
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Today's Best Media Deals: Cowboy Bebop, Studio Ghibli, and More

Cowboy Bebop has one of the most popular anime in the western hemisphere over the last couple of decades, and if you haven’t seen the movie, it’s only $7 on Amazon today. Be sure to check out Kotaku’s review if you’re on the fence. [Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, $7] » 6/29/15 10:20am Monday 10:20am

Which Future Are We Heading Towards: Mad Max Or Star Trek?

“As the 21st century unfolds, science fiction increasingly comes to seem like a realist rather than a speculative genre,” says one essay/book review in the L.A. Review of Books. It’s just one of a few great pieces up at the LARB site right now, about the choice of futures we face: Mad Max versus Star Trek. » 6/25/15 10:43am 6/25/15 10:43am