The worlds of Tarzan, John Carter and Pellucidar collide in The Greatest Adventure
Jan 25, 2017

The worlds of John Carter of Mars and Tarzan of the Apes are about to collide when author Edgar Rice Burroughs' most famous characters team up for an epic adventure in a new series penned by none other than Elementals and Fables creator Bill Willingham.

All 55 Walt Disney Animation Studios features ranked: Part One

Make room for Moana and help us count down our ultimate list of Disney animation treasures and troublespots.

Latest trailer for new Tarzan reveals it's really a sci-fi flick about aliens
Nov 27, 2013

Well, I’ve got to be honest — didn’t really see this one coming. That new CGI Tarzan flick will apparently find the jungle kid duking it out with alien monsters. Or, something.

10 books that inspired steampunk legend James P. Blaylock's new novel
Jan 22, 2013

I've been asked to list the top ten science fiction books that inspired my work. That's a tough assignment, particularly because I didn't read contemporary science fiction until I took a science fiction class at the university and first read The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Leguin.

Potter director rebooting Tarzan (and here's who he wants to star)
Jan 14, 2013

Though it's been a while since a proper version lit up the box office, Edgar Rice Burrough's classic tale Tarzan is still a major property. David Yates, who directed the last four Harry Potter movies, seems to agree—and has signed on to direct a big-budget reboot of the famed jungle man. So who's on the short list to star?

David Yates hopes he'll get True Blood star to say 'Me, Tarzan'
Jan 14, 2013

"Me Tarzan, you Jane." Looks like True Blood star Alexander Skarsgard is now the front runner to play Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous jungle hero Tarzan in director David Yates' Tarzan film at Warner Bros.

What are the 15 most expensive sci-fi, fantasy and horror books?
Dec 16, 2012

Each year, thousands of rare books are sold for hundreds or thousands of dollars each—and often much more—and many of those books are clearly science fiction, fantasy or horror. In 2010, a rare and beautiful 19th century book, Birds of America by John James Aububon, set a new record by selling for $11.5 million, but a copy of this same book sold last week for a "disappointing" $7.9 million. (Such a bargain!)

Me Tarzan—You U.S. postage: Burroughs honored with stamp
Dec 15, 2012

Rod Serling, creator of The Twilight Zone, has been honored with a U.S. postage stamp. Homer Simpson as well. So we're happy to hear that Tarzan and his creator are getting some U. S. Postal Service love, too.

Rebooting Tarzan: Make him fly?
Dec 14, 2012

The writer describes how he plans to reinvent Edgar Rice Burroughs' Lord of the Apes.