Around the Web: imagined evolution, a crucifish, and 15 cool space projects

After Man: A Zoology of the Future – How fifty million years of (imaginary) evolution could shape life on this planet. Complete with illustrations of wondrous beasts, including the Rabbucks, the Wooly Gigantalope, and the Oakleaf Toad (shown here).

Conan the Designer: Redeeming an Icon – A great piece on the challenges of illustrating an iconic figure, inspired by the Tor.com posts on the same subject.

Crucifish – From the truth-is-weirder-than-fiction files (inspired by the recent Brian Slattery posts, perhaps?), a fish skull shaped like Jesus. No, really.

The Art of the Title: Edward Scissorhands – A great look at a beautiful title sequence.

Happy Birthday, HAL 9000 – Don’t kill us. Please? 

Also this day in history – In 1966 the Adam West Batman premiered.

The future is wild – A look at what the world could be like 5 million, 100 million, and 200 million years from now.

15 cool space projects for today and tomorrow – Complete with artist renderings and diagrams. Very cool indeed.

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