Earlier this year, when I was bored, I had a melody in my head and started writing poetry to that tune about some TV shows. I thought I’d share those poems with you now.
On April 20, 2017, NASA released this photo from the Cassini-Huygens probe.
April is National Poetry Month, and that leads to a really fun thought experiment: What great poets are the best analogues for great comic book artists, and vice versa? I began with a simple question—Who are some of the most awesome, recognizable comic book artists? You know, creators with legendary portfolios that…
Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! is one of those books that you think is going to be too cutesy, but ends up actually being just the right about of cute and funny and awesome. It’s written by Kate Leth, with art by Brittney Williams (who also draws the amazing Goldie Vance comic).
If you check Google today, you’ll find that April 6 is the 120th anniversary of the modern Olympic games. In 1896, under the direction of Baron de Coubertin, the first games were held in Athens, Greece. But April is also National Poetry Month—and there’s an interesting poetical footnote to the Olympics. What does…
April is National Poetry Month. OK, so “poetry” doesn’t seem to fit well with io9. Science—and its cognate, science fiction—seems to run counter to poetry in many ways. Oh, geek culture loves its prose fiction, but poetry about spaceships and superheroes and video games doesn’t often get its due.
Twenty-Fifteen’s finally done,