If your nebula is of the planetary variety, it will likely grow planets, which maybe, might someday sustain life. But what if nebulae themselves were alive? Artist Chris Keegan has manipulated images from the Hubble Space Telescope and formed a series of impressive space monsters. (A sample of one of these creatures is on the right! More here. Via io9.)
Your daily offsite links were once just a dust and gas spinning in space, looking pretty.
- Pepper Potts suits up.
- A Planet of the Apes request.
- Doctor Who spoilers for after the 50th anniversary!
- Clara Oswin Oswald is set to be around on Doctor Who for awhile!
- Zombie cologne and zombie perfume!
- E.C. Meyers chats to SF Signal.
- New Total Film magazine features Lois and Superman from Man of Steel.
- Supergirl has a new costume...with pants!
- The supervillains NOT from comic books.
- Ridley Scott is doing a 12-short sci-fi films for Machinima!
- Nice reflection on Chesley Bonestell's art over on io9.
- Live action Beauty & The Beast in development with Disney.
- Sylvester McCoy claims none of the classic Doctor will return for the 50th anniversary.
- Will the third of the new Star Trek films release as early as 2016?
- Patrick Stewart and Levar Burton lock lips at the TNG reunion in Toronto.
- Bryan Singer wants to direct Star Trek.
- Latest “Mr. Plinkett” audio track from Red Letter Media is all about Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.
Planet of the Apes
We love this picture from Planet of the Apes, but can someone please identify this awesome woman in curlers?
Stubby the Rocket is the mascot of Tor.com. Stubby owns like two nebulae.