A Monday in November is pretty much the same thing as a race between two genetically mutated snails with itty-bitty snail rocket packs. Normally, boring, because it’s a race between two snails. But now the most interesting thing you’ve ever seen because there are mutants and pint-sized rocket packs involved. Your Monday can be just like this snail race. If you only believed.
Maybe some our fun offsite links will help you conjure up the imagination to conceive of such wonders.
1.) Captain Jack Harkness and Gwen Cooper can’t decide if Torchwood should ever cross-over with Doctor Who again.
2.) Warwick Davis’s new meta-fictional comedy begins!
3.) Bruce Campbell may never kick Ash again.
4.) Have you seen the strangest Twilight things on Etsy? You haven’t. (Cake thing above not the strangest!)
- Tor.com Steampunk: Wait, teapots already run on steam. Why would you need a steampunk teapot? Because it looks this gorgeous!
- Tor.com Fantasy: IGN counts down the 25 Fantasy novels.
- Tor.com Urban Fantasy: Twilight: Baking Dawn? Bizzare Twilight Etsy projects!
From our handy “Of Interest” sidebar:
- Meta-fictional Gervais/Merchant penned TV show Life’s Too Short starring Warwick Davis as himself has premiered! (First episode on BBC iplayer in the UK.)
- New Lucasbooks senior editor Jennifer Heddle talks to Suvudu about overseeing Star Wars books.
- Charles Yu’s How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe is now a stage play. Early reviews are positive!
- Bruce Campbell talks to TV Guide about the future of Evil Dead and more.
- Both Eve Myles and John Barrowman have opinions about Torchwood/Who crossovers.
- Russell Tovey is leaving Being Human. No, George!
Stubby the Rocket is the voice and mascot of Tor.com. Stubby is the voice of reason in a universe of near-rhymes.