When we’re feeling down and need a pick me up we usually head over to YouTube to look at cat videos. We found something equally as awesome. If you’re a Whovian we’re sure you’ve seen these videos floating around cyber space. We’re talking about fan made YouTube Doctor Who Mashups—and boy are they amazing!
We know the Doctor Who universe is much bigger than what we see on the show. Thanks to YouTube, fans have taken it upon themselves to make some pretty interesting videos. These are much more than fan fiction. They’re a way for fans to give back to the franchise they love so much.
We are still beyond thrilled that Countdown City by Ben H. Winters won the 2014 Philip K. Dick Award for distinguished original science fiction paperback—and now we've got pictures! Thanks to our pals at GeekyLibrary for snapping these. More under the jump!
Everyone knows the age old saying “April showers bring May flowers.” And while a logical look at the average precipitation by month may show that this is not necessarily true, those who think worst-case scenario just KNOW that April is the most dangerous month for rain.
Furthermore, what happens if that innocent rain shower turns into a full-fledged flood? And what if you happen to be driving when that happens? Well, good thing The Ultimate Worst-Case Scenario Handbook is here to give you instructions on what to do. Because it’s always better to be safe than sorry.
published by Eric Smith on April 22, 2014 - 10:15am
On Friday, April 18th, Ben H. Winters took home the 2014 Philip K. Dick Award for Countdown City, the second book in The Last Policeman trilogy. The award honors a distinguished original science fiction paperback, and is presented annually with the support of the Philip K. Dick Trust.