We’ve been hearing so much about the end of the world lately, especially with all this talk about the Mayan calendar, which predicts the world will end on December 21.
The X-Files was originally a genre show that managed to successfully cross over to many different audiences.
We obviously get all giddy around here when a geek builds something truly momentous and amazing out of ordinary Lego bricks.
Joss Whedon's Firefly is probably one of the greatest science fiction franchises to ever hit television or the big screen.
2012 marks the tenth anniversary of Firefly's debut. The sci-fi classic is often cited as one of the greatest tragedies of genre television, as it ran for only about a dozen episodes before cancellation due to low ratings.
It was a long, hard road for Joss Whedon before The Avengers, but there’s no doubt he’s had the last laugh.
Joss Whedon's Firefly is probably one of the best sci-fi series ever created.
Nathan Fillion - aka Captain Malcolm Reynolds - says pining Firefly fans often relate to him as if he was still commanding the starship Serenity, along with Zoe, Jayne and Wash.
Ship’s captains have been an important part of genre fiction for a long time. Thusly, in our first genre feature series, we’re looking at ship’s captains. Today’s captain is Malcolm Reynolds of the Serenity.
Now here is a conundrum that will undoubtedly plague geeks and sci-fi fans for years to come.
W00t! The Science Channel recently acquired the rights to Joss Whedon's Firefly and will be airing the popular series alongside commentary from physicist Dr. Michio Kaku - who has been tapped to analyze the theoretical science behind the short-lived show.
Have you ever thought about dialing the ninth chevron and visiting Destiny and her crew?