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1.) Colbert talks to Sendak.
2.) Gizmo is Yoda’s son?
3.) A (sort of ) Monty Python comeback. And it’s sci-fi!
Every day Stubby the Rocket jets around the internet looking for links of interest. When Stubby finds these links, they get put in our handy Links of Interest section and sometimes on our Twitter and Facebook! Here are today’s:
- Which Star Trek moment is the biggest tear-jerker? This list has 10.
- Sh*t Daleks Say exists.
- Is the Star Trek 2 script still “evolving” depsite filming having begun?
- Colbert interviews Maurice Sendak.
- Nerve.com’s Facebook wall gave us this wonderful image of a strange family including Yoda, and Ewok, and Gizmo!
- As a follow-up to their zombie-crossover series, IDW now has a psuedo-Cthulhu crossover series!
- It’s an ALMOST Monty Python reunion with new sci-fi film Absolutely Everything.
- Goonies and Game of Thrones mash-up in new fan vid.
- Shocking list from io9 of actual science fiction plots in bona fide soap opera.
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