On Friday, we looked at “Doctor Jones,” a song that somehow references Indiana Jones, but also gets everything about that character wrong. Now we’re asking you, what’s your favorite song about a science fiction book, movie, TV show, or game?
It’s Friday, which makes it gif party day! May your weekend be as delightful as Barry bringing Kara and James Olsen ice cream.
Much like a thneed, the gif party can be anything you want it to be. As long as you bring a gif, we don’t care.
Some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb. But if it’s Friday, you can get rid of your gifs right here at the gif party.
It’s Friday, so you know what time it is? Time to Batusi, but also time to show bring us your gifs.
The Easter Egg is a venerated tradition in all things geek media, and owe their origins to game designer Warren Robinett, who hid his name in a secret room in Atari’s 1978 game Adventure.
It’s finally Friday, folks. It’s been a long week and we salute you. Share your own salutes in the form of gifs.
Every so often there are comic book panels that take off, independent of the story they are a part of. Either they are hilarious or so perfectly composed that we are compelled to save them and pull them out all the time. We have a few favorites, but we want to know yours.
While we are technically a week away from the official start of spring, but we’re supposed to “spring forward” this weekend. Celebrate the end of the week, and the knowledge that you’ll lose an hour of sleep Saturday night, with gifs!
The only thing better than one awesome book is ten awesome books set in the same world... right? Well, not always. Sometimes, the law of diminishing returns kicks in, and the tenth book in a series isn’t quite as good as the first. Which book series did you love—until it overstayed its welcome?
It’s Friday, get up and dance! I mean, uh, share your gifs. That’s like dancing.
This has been a long-ass week. Did you know there were three Tuesdays and five Wednesdays this week? It’s because it was a Leap Week or something. But it’s over! Let’s celebrate by rolling out some bloody awesome GIFs. What you got?
Last night, the X-Files revival ended after six episodes that went by all too quickly, leaving us with fond memories of a certain Were-Monster and Mulder getting high as balls ... and some extremely confused and unresolved feelings, especially after that head-scratcher of a finale.
This weekend, Gods of Egypt arrives, and it’s already looking pre-mummified. But this is by no means the first time someone has made an uninspired, boring, or just plain dreadful retelling of classical mythology. What’s the worst adaptation of myths of all time?
It’s that time again, folks: gif party! Come in and share your feelings in the form of gifs.
It’s Friday, so it’s that time again: gif party! Show us what you got.
We’re finally getting superhero movies and TV shows that live up to the wonder and thrill of comics. But despite a few really great bad guys, supervillains still aren’t getting their due. A lot of baddies are just kind of... there. But who’s the weakest supervillain of all time?
A gif party is like a me party. Only with gifs.
It’s Friday and next to alcohol, the one thing we need are gifs. So fill the comments with one or the other. Both if possible!
Science fiction loves itself some single-biome planets. Tatooine from Star Wars. Dune from Dune. Hoth from Star Wars. That water planet from Star Trek: Voyager. Coruscant in Star Wars. The Library in Doctor Who. Mon Cala in Star Wars. But which one would you pick to live on?