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Ann Leckie’s debut novel Ancillary Justice took the top prize at the Hugo Awards on Sunday.

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Doctor Who recap: Minotaurs and muzak mazes

September 20, 2011 – 5:30 am |

“The God Complex” is a remarkably compelling Doctor Who episode, one which takes us away from all the emotional baggage of the Doctor’s date with destiny and all the Melody Pond drama before cramming it all back down our throats at the very end.

DC’s third week of new titles picks up steam

September 19, 2011 – 3:31 pm |
Batwoman 1 (DC)

DC’s modernizing of their characters and universe continued with their third wave of books.

Netflix rebrands DVD service as Qwikster, announces game rentals

September 19, 2011 – 9:31 am |
Netflix Qwikster

Faced with a stunning loss of subscribers and investors, Netflix is rebranding its disc rental service and adding the option to upgrade to video game rentals.

Nerdvana Weekly

September 18, 2011 – 10:00 pm |
Nerdvana Weekly

Go see Lion King again for the right reason (and it’s not the 3-D)
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Go see Lion King again for the right reason (and it’s not the 3-D)

September 16, 2011 – 4:30 am |
Disney's The Lion King 3D

This Friday, The Lion King returns to theaters for a limited 3-D engagement. This, no doubt, is to promote the film’s upcoming Diamond Edition release on Blu-ray Oct. 4 and singe-disc DVD re-release Nov. 15. My family and I got to go to an advance screening last month and while it was great to see this classic again on the big screen, I was less than impressed with the 3-D aspects. In fact, I hardly noticed them.