At io9, we don't do gossip — Quinto snorts coke? We don't care, unless it's full of nano-bots! — instead, we do spoilers. Here are the greatest, and most incorrect, spoilers we've posted this year.
2008 was an amazing year for science fiction novels, with Anathem hitting bestseller lists and critics going crazy over slavery tale Liberation and cyborg fantasy Alchemy of Stone. We've got the year's eleven best books.
Ever seen a man give birth to a giant fart in the name of science, a deaf severed head seeking revenge, or an episode of Heroes? They're among this year's worst TV moments.
Whether it was aliens invading or heroes dying, 2008's comics definitely aimed for bombast - but how many of them were actually great? As the year stumbles to an end, we take a look back.
If Time Magazine was honest, then it'd admit that there's only one man to whom 2008 belongs to, and that he has two pointy ears. This was Batman's year, and we've loved every minute.
During the first year of io9, we've reported stories both close to our hearts and far out in the universe, but one thing has remained constant: You always wrote. Here are our most commented posts.
This year io9 got to quiz some of the galaxy's most interesting people. Meet the Cloverfield Monster's mama, talk to Jewel Staite about bondage and get chatty with theDr. Who genius Steven Moffat.
This wasn't just the year that science fiction dominated the movies - it also featured an amazing diversity of SF stories. Here's our list of the greatest - and most horrendous - films of 2008.
All year, we’ve treated you to the trivia, tropes, and minutiae of science fiction with our factoid-packed Triviagasms. For the end of the year, we’ve collected the ten most popular Triviagasms of 2008.
This year, the top twenty movies in the US grossed 3.7 billion dollars. Science fiction movies accounted for 2.5 billion of that. In 2008, scifi rocketed out of the basement to become scicult.