Now that Game of Thrones has depicted most of the major events from George R.R. Martin’s books, it’s harder and harder to picture those characters and situations any other way. Maybe this will help.
Still looking for a Calendar for the new year? Never fear - you can simply reuse a Calendar from 1981, like this gloriously retro 20th Anniversary one from Marvel. Thanks, Gregorian Calendar!
Much like the introduction of the Gregorian calendar to replace the Julian calendar, so has a series of tweets from Leland Chee, the keeper of the holocron, turned the Star Wars universe on its head.
Science fiction and fantasy books are full of amazing female characters, who live on in your mind after you finish reading. And now, a new pin-up calendar celebrates some of the greatest heroines — like this Cory Doctorow-inspired image. Check out more below!
We usually blame the ancient Mesopotamians for the invention of time-tracking devices. But as a recent discovery in Scotland has revealed, hunter-gatherers may have started using a rudimentary calendar over 10,000 years ago.
I can't stop staring at this gorgeous image of a Klingon battlecruiser coming down on the USS Sagittarius (NCC-1894) in a low-atmosphere battle. This is the cover of this year's Star Trek: Ships of the Line calendar, and it's really splendid — even though I can't tell where that yellow burst of energy hitting the…
Planning for 2012? Don't forget to add an extra day to February. The Gregorian calendar that we all know and love is a tricky beast, filled with weird irregularities including variable month lengths.
Hugo-nominated artist John Picacio brings the menace and fire of Westeros to life with his draft cover of the 2012 Song of Ice and Fire calendar.