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Webcomic Artists Pay Tribute to the Mars Curiosity Rover
After the tense clicking of cameras, the victory hugs and Bobak Ferdowsi's awesome mohawk, I came away from Sunday night's Curiosity rover landing with a lingering rush of excitement. We're back on Mars! We're looking for the building blocks of life on another planet...
Link Ink: Street Fighter Minifigs and ‘Nois’ Lane?
: Jesse McCartney has joined the growing cast of Fox's upcoming Locke & Key TV pilot.
Materials: Is the quality of bristol board on the decline? Perhaps.

Photography: Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low's Manga Dreams exhibit immerses real subjects in a manga-style world.

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XKCD’s Mars Rover Tale Will Make You Weep
Fans of sci-fi as well as sci-fact are well aware of Mars' inhospitable terrain (and various aliens). That's why many have been so forgiving of NASA's mission failures and so encouraged by its successes - especially the longer-than-expected run of "Spirit," the Mars …
A Mighty Mouse Takes Flight
Once in awhile a story comes along at just the right time in the news cycle that it absolutely confounds a blogger with a clever, if near irrelevant way to spin its content. Case in point: anti-grav rodents.
As Livescience explains:
Scientists have now levitated mice using magnetic fields...
NASA Needs Superman
Yesterday's news that NASA doesn't have the dough to properly monitor for potentially deadly space rocks was probably a bummer to non-comic book readers.
But for me?
It's just business as usual. Seriously, even if NASA knew some "Armageddon" scenario were about to go d…