The winner of our tournament is Babylon 5. The complete brackets can be seen here, although it’ll be a few days before the complete voting breakdown will be filled in. (My day job has been nuts lately.)
The latest episode of Comic Book Physics is available here, and discusses Speedball’s kinetic field, if it can work, and possibly how it would work.
A shorter list because I was a good boy and remembered two weeks in a row.
- If I Should Stay
- The Pyramid
- Spongebob Squarepants: Sponge Out of Water
- To Be Takei
Is this the real life?
Reprogrammed cells have been used to build a functional organ.
Is this just fantasy?
Fan view of Anime Revolution Vancouver
The recent launch of the Soyuz-Fregat to position Galileo satellites proves unsuccessful, as the navigation satellites have been left in a “useless” orbit.
And SpaceX experienced a setback on Friday, when a three-engine version of the F9R test vehicle exploded.
Also, that pristine copy of Action #1 that was up for bid on ebay? It sold last night for $3.2 million!
Wizard World ComicCon Chicago, and some Con Ice Bucket challenges, below:
The Doctor returns and, as in days of yore, he’s an older fellow and clearly alien. He finds himself in late Victorian London again, with a dinosaur, some familiar allies, and a very peculiar mystery.
The TV season releases are ramping up. We generally have good pickings from late August until the middle of December.
The sequel has arrived. Does Frank Miller’s stylized ultraviolence still work for audiences?