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This week's edition of Hottest Stories and Best Comments brings out some of our favorite people, such as Nathan Fillion, George Lucas, Ridley Scott, Joss Whedon, Christopher Eccleston, Cybermen, Thor, Weeping Angels, Oz, Arrow, and the Huntress. And, oh yeah: Check out the really cute Bantha-doggy!
This week's edition of Hottest Stories and Best Comments brings you all things beautiful. Click through for pics of Thor and his new costume, a Western-clad Doctor Who, sexy Vampire Diaries cast, a kick-ass Legend of Zelda room, Avengers #1 art, a failed Wonder Woman ... and Chris Evans' razor-sharp nipples. Also [REDACTED] dies! He's murdered by [REDACTED]!
There's room for a little horror fun everywhere, even in our music, and often the easiest place to find it is the album cover. It's most prominent in the metal genre—where bands like Cannibal Corpse have been churning out brutal album art for decades—but if you keep looking, you also find creepy covers in the most unlikely places.
Doesn't it seem like a full roster of summer cable TV in any given week is more fun than any given week of network TV? Felicia Day geeks out to join the cast of Eureka, Bill goes up against the witches in True Blood and Scott battles his inner wolf as his second full moon approaches on Teen Wolf.
Want to give a little something geeky to help the people in your life understand why you love sci-fi? Here's a DVD gift guide with the perfect cinematic presents for those close to you, from parents to lovers to Santa himself.
The mad geniuses at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse theater commission new posters of both classic genre TV shows and movies as well as new releases. And the sparkly awesome they get back from noted graphic designers is too good not to share.
We're all geeks here, so we can be honest: We've all got the show that we know we should watch, but don't. The hole in our otherwise-impenetrable nerd repertoire. I'll show you mine if you show me yours.
Darth Vader, Optimus Prime, and the Joker are all sci-fi legends, but you know something? If not for the faceless actors and actresses—some famous, some not—who gave sound and fury to some of pop culture's most beloved characters, they'd be nothing but MIMES.

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