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7 Television Characters Who Were Supposed to Die … But Didn’t

Killing off a popular TV character is a surefire way to get your show noticed. Of course, there are characters who are killed temporarily, with every intention of returning (Buffy in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, for example); characters who return later, with some crazy explanation, to improve the ratings (Bobby Ewing in Dallas); and others [...]

Tiny LEGO Versions of Famous Scenes from Science Fiction

The Living Brick’s “Mi-Fi” competition didn’t challenge contestants to build enormous and elaborate dioramas using tens of thousands of bricks, but to express, using as few bricks as possible, memorable scenes from science fiction. This is Carl Merriam’s depiction of Leela, Fry and Bender of Futurama delivering pillows to a high-gravity planet. You can find [...]

If Fry & Leela Made Babies

  Admit it Futurama fans, you’ve always wanted Fry & Leela to hook up, but have you ever wondered what the long-term effects of their love would be? These two youngsters seem like a pretty good guess. Link Via The Mary Sue

4 Doctor Who Stories Ripped From History Books

Earlier this week, we looked at Doctor Who stories inspired by the headlines. But far more stories were ripped from the history books. In fact, the original series concept back in 1963 was to alternate science fiction stories (which could be used to introduce science concepts) with period pieces (which could be used to [...]

Realistic Futurama Sculptures

deviantART member Ray Lin composed stunningly realistic sculptures of four Futurama characters: Professor Farnsworth, Nibbler, Zoidberg, and Leela. It appears that he’s working on Zap Brannigan and Fry now. Which Futurama character would you like to see in clay? Gallery Link -via Nerd Bastards

Facts of Interest! Things You Didn’t Know About Futurama Characters

The people who occupy the strange world of Matt Groening’s Futurama seem like something that could only be created by a twisted merge between the worlds of “Metropolis,” “Eraserhead” and the upper west side of Manhattan. And despite their two-dimensional existence, they actually have very deep personalities, histories and roots that can rival other sitcom [...]