"Doc Savage and his scrappy pals furnish the magic formula for surpreme entertainment in every issue."
Street & Smith house ad for Doc Savage Magazine from 1938.
war on tv! (by Lorenzzzzo)
I don’t know where this is from or who drew it.
He has no special interest in science fiction, but the creator of a Swedish sci-fi drama that pits robots against humans has struck a nerve among viewers.
I see that the gopher from Peggle becomes Jimmy Lightning, a “Rad Scientist”, in Peggle Nights.
"The Bride" Mondo Gallery 2012, Limited edition silkscreen. Original gouache 20x30
Alice in Quantumland: An Allegory of Quantum Physics
An imaginative allegory of quantum physics, written and illustrated (!) by a CERN physicist, doubly brilliant for flying in the face of gender stereotypes with a female protagonist who makes sense of some of the most intense science of all time.
More at the link:
One year after confirming the existence of the Higgs Boson, or “God Particle,” scientists at CERN say they are struggling to find other uses for the giant particle accelerator.
Oh Onion so often you are almost funny.
Amazing Stories Quarterly, 1928, containing The Menace by David H. Keller M.D. one of the most bizarre racist works of fiction ever written.
Have a crazed Nikola Tesla Day, July 10th!
Substance abusers could have their memories of drug addiction wiped in a bid to stop them using illegal narcotics, an award-winning neuroscientist has said.
Yeah, mind wipes…. what could go wrong with those becoming common?
And think of how many other things it could be useful for!
Out of the Sub-Universe by R. F. Starzl from Amazing Stories Quarterly, 1928.
Man and woman go to a sub-atomic world and end up founding a race from cells they left behind (?!?) that while on the sub-atomic world move faster through time so that after a relative million years to them but only a few years to the pair, they get bigger and show up as small people.