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[FILM] ‘Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women’, 1968 

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‘B’ Sci-Fi Cult Entertainment – Astronauts land on Venus and discover prehistoric monsters and a race of beautiful women.

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Directed by …Peter Bogdanovich? Yep, that’s Peter Bogdanovich!

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[VIDEO] ‘Ghost in the Shell’, with Scarlett Johansson, Super Bowl Spot Trailer, 2017

Scarlett Johansson plays The Major in Ghost in the Shell from Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures in theaters March 31, 2017.

 


Sci-fi Cover: ‘A Planet of Your Own’, by John Brunner, Cover art by Jack Gaughan, 1966

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[VIDEO] ‘Ghost in the Shell’: Official TV Spot Trailer (2017) Scarlett Johansson 

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[VIDEO] ‘The Edge of Tomorrow’ Recut as ‘Groundhog Day’

When the sci-fi action flick Edge of Tomorrow was released there was a lot of talk about the similarities with the classic 1993 comedy Groundhog Day. You know, minus the alien invasion.

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Trailer Mix has taken the Tom Cruise film and imitated the original Groundhog day trailer to compare.

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‘World Without Men’: Ace D-274 Paperback Original, 1958, Cover Art by Ed Emsh

Ace D-274 Paperback Original (1958).  Cover Art by Ed Emsh


SCIENCE: Arc of the Moral Universe; Before and After Being Lectured by Barack Obama

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Science Fiction: ‘The Robot Empire’

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‘Santa Claus Visits The Moon Base’, Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine, December 1954

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[VIDEO] Where Krugman Has Gone Before 

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New journal Science Robotics is Established to Chronicle the Rise of the Robots

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Devin Coldewey reports: Robots have been a major focus in the technology world for decades and decades, but they and basic science, and for that matter everyday life, have largely been non-overlapping magisteria. That’s changed over the last few years, as robotics and every other field have come to inform and improve each other, and robots have begun to infiltrate and affect our lives in countless ways. So the only surprise in the news that the prestigious journal group Science has established a discrete Robotics imprint is that they didn’t do it earlier.

Editor Guang-Zhong Yang and president of the National Academy of Sciences Marcia McNutt introduce the journal:

In a mere 50 years, robots have gone from being a topic of science fiction to becoming an integral part of modern society. They now are ubiquitous on factory floors, build complex deep-sea installations, explore icy worlds beyond the reach of humans, and assist in precision surgeries… Read the rest of this entry »


‘Rockets to Nowhere’, by Philip St. John

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Movie Poster: ‘The Deadly Mantis’, 1957, Artwork by Ken Sawyer

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The Deadly Mantis (Universal International, 1957). Science Fiction.
Starring Craig Stevens, William Hopper, Alix Talton, Donald Randolph, Pat Conway, Florenz Ames, Paul Smith, Phil Harvey, Floyd Simmons, Paul Campbell, Helen Jay, Keith Aldrich, William A. Forester, and Paul Frees. Directed by Nathan Juran. Artwork by Ken Sawyer

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‘Fantastic’, April 1959, Cover by Ed Valigursky

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Ace Double D-465: The Martian Missile by David Grinnell, 1960, Cover art attributed to Ed Valigursky

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Fantastic Science Fiction: ‘The Girl in Tube 14’

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Sci-Fi Cover art by Kelly Freas illustration: ‘Pipe Dream’, by Fritz Leiber

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COMPUTOPIA Magazine: ‘School Without Teachers, Humanless Factories, Digital Calculation is the Future of Humanity’

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[VIDEO] Ghost in the Shell Trailer (2017) Official Trailer 

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‘Startling Stories: A Thrilling Publication’

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Captain Future: Man of Tomorrow

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‘The Last Planet’ (Star Rangers) Special Edition

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What Does a Nice Girl Do When a Scaly Alien Wants to Marry Her?

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Super Science and Fantastic Stories: ‘Lord of Death: The Last Secret of a Dead Planet’

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Pulp Cover: ‘Castaway from Space’

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Comics: ‘Human Insect Diary’

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NASA: Travel Posters of Fantastic Excursions


Cellophane-Covered Space Travelers

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‘But Found This Octopus Instead!’

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‘The Brain from Planet Arous’, 1957

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Movie Poster: ‘The Day the World Ended’

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Belgian poster for The Deadly Mantis, 1957

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Belgian poster for The Deadly Mantis (1957)

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Amazing Stories: ‘Beyond The Rings Of Saturn’

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Beyond The Rings Of Saturn  – 

 


Historical Proof: Yes, Even Superman Can Be Replaced by a Robot

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Boy Defends Mars (Somebody Has To!)

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Science Fiction Reader: ‘The Robot Empire’

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Cover Art Earle Bergey, 1952


‘Machines of the Future’: Illustrations from the Encyclopédie de La Vitesse, 1956

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The Machines Of The Future (Top), The Automobile Of The Future (Bottom) – Illustrations from the French, Encyclopedia Of Speed (Encyclopédie de La Vitesse), 1956. (via Agence Eureka)


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Thrilling Wonder Stories: ‘The Faceless Men’

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The Faceless Men