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Stuff We Love: Larry Niven’s essay ‘Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex’ is a hilarious look at Superman’s love life

Have you ever thought about Superman’s romantic life? Like, really, really thought about it? Hard science fiction author Larry Niven did back in 1969, with his essay “Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex.” He takes physical intimacy with the superhero to h…

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Geek collectors have been under attack by toy counterfeiters for decades

You’re sifting through the aisles of your local dollar store, and your eyes light upon a LEGO Millennium Falcon—and at a price so low that all Star Wars toy aficionados can afford it, no matter their financial situation. But when you look closely, yo…

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Stuff We Love: This video explains why your favorite D20 actually sucks

Even though I consider myself a gamer, I never seriously contemplated dice beyond praying to whoever my mage worshiped as I rolled her way to safety or sudden death. But this lecture below, by Louis Zocchi, owner of GameScience, changed all of that.

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Exclusive: Brian Blessed talks about his love of Flash Gordon in clip of documentary Life After Flash

Actor Brian Blessed was perfectly suited for the role of Prince Vultan in the 1980 film Flash Gordon — and not just because his stentorian voice can make any line majestic. It’s because Blessed loved Flash Gordon so much, he used to pretend to be V…

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Unsung Batman co-writer Bill Finger is getting the fame he deserves with a Bronx street named after him

Bill Finger was the long-unacknowledged co-writer of Batman and second fiddle to artist Bob Kane. DC Comics and Warner Bros. ultimately gave Finger the credit he deserved.

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A member of the Force! Chewbacca recruits officers for the Fort Worth Police Department in hilarious video

Chewbacca isn’t just the co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon and best friend of the late Han Solo. He’s also the Wookiee who’s lending a furry hand to the Fort Worth, Texas, police department.
The Fort Worth police have created a video to welcome r…

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Neil Gaiman shares the first look at Jon Hamm in upcoming Good Omens series

Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch, by Neil Gaiman and the late Terry Pratchett, is one of the funniest books on our shelves, with sentences so light and airy they seem to fly off the page. The announcement of a six-epi…

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Chris Carter promises a dramatic solution to X-Files’ Season 10 cliffhanger

The X-Files’ 10th season ended on a massive cliffhanger—the kind that has kept fans thrashing in frustration since February 2016. Now Chris Carter promises sweet release.
If you recall, the season finale “My Struggle II” ended with Fox Mulder a…

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Sci-fi fans may have a new way to see their favorite movies early, thanks to Amazon

You probably want to see Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, right? With Jack Black’s wild-eyed antics, Karen Gillan’s short shorts, and the Rock being the Rock, it looks as if it could be worth the wait. But if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you won…

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Trailer for Black Mirror’s ‘Black Museum’ episode is a full-on horror story

Black Mirror is one of the most disturbing shows on television (well, Netflix). While many shows go for the gut, Black Mirror goes for the gut, cuts it out, and makes you cry over your own bloody entrails. Typically, it does all that with tech and soci…

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