Book Review: 'A Slip Of The Keyboard: Collected Nonfiction'

"A Slip of the Keyboard" by Terry Pratchett was published on Sept. 23 by Doubleday Books. (Jennifer Kuan / Neon Tommy)

Terry Pratchett’s first nonfiction collection is the rare and valuable kind of book that inspires, astounds and intimidates readers.



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Marvel Introduces 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Characters

Marvel released both character introductions and the first official poster on Thursday (Twitter, via @Marvel).

VIDEO: The actors talk about the most eclectic Marvel ensemble yet.



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First Concert Of Oscar-Nominated Songs And Scores At UCLA

John Williams will be conducting music from his score for "The Book Thief" (Twitter, via @geeksofdoom).

The concert is the first of its kind, taking place before the Academy Awards.



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Book By Girl Who Inspired John Green To Benefit Cancer Foundation

"This Star Won't Go Out" published by Dutton Juvenile on Jan. 28 (Twitter via @laurenmyrtle).

Esther Earl, to whom "The Fault in Our Stars" was dedicated, helped write "This Star Won't Go Out: The Life and Words of Esther Grace Earl," which was published posthumously.



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'Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.' To Introduce Deathlok, Lorelei

J. August Richards as Mike Peterson in "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." (Twitter, via @Marvel).

Recurring character Mike Peterson will soon experience some changes...



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Book Review: 'Hild'

"Hild" by Nicola Griffith, published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (Twitter via TheGernertCo).

Nicola Griffith plunges into new territory with a lush epic that blends history with fantasy.



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'Cabin Pressure' Creator John Finnemore Announces Finale

Benedict Cumberbatch voices Captain Martin Crieff, who desperately wants to be taken seriously. (CumberbabeProbs via Twitter).

Titled "Zurich," the 45-minute special episode will conclude the radio sitcom.



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Book Review: 'S.'

"S." by J. J. Abrams and Doug Dorst (MikeStaniforth via Twitter).

J. J. Abrams and Doug Dorst's new book proves that there remains a place for physical novels in a digital age.



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Book Review: 'Hyperbole And A Half'

"Hyperbole and a Half" by Allie Brosh will be released by Simon & Schuster on Oct. 29. (HyperboleAndAHalfBook via Blogspot).

Allie Brosh's first book is always amusing, and it even has pictures of dogs!



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The 'Sherlock' Fandom Really Needs Series Three

Holmes as an otter and Watson as a hedgehog really isn't that much of a stretch (Tumblr, via indigojelly).

New episodes of "Sherlock" are nearly here, and the fandom certainly waited long enough.



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WikiLeaks Releases Julian Assange's Letter To Benedict Cumberbatch

Benedict Cumberbatch plays Julian Assange in "The Fifth Estate" (Creative Commons).

Assange wasn't too happy about the film...



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L.A.'s Last Bookstore Is A Haven For Book Lovers

The Last Bookstore's second floor is called the Labyrinth

The Last Bookstore's unique and enchanting interior makes it a downtown L.A staple.



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'Breaking Bad' Spanish Remake Confirmed

Diego Trujillo will play Walter Blanco in the "Breaking Bad" remake "Metástasis." (Twitter)

VIDEO: "Breaking Bad" may have just ended for American television audiences, but a Spanish remake named "Metástasis" is already in the works.



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Should Marvel Turn 'Agent Carter' Into A Full Series?

Hayley Atwell's Peggy Carter is an ass-kicking female character with the potential to succeed on television (Twitter).

VIDEO: Marvel's television series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." premiered Tuesday night, but they are already looking to expand their television presence. Are they making the right call?



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'Gotham': Fox Snags Rights To Batman Prequel

Gary Oldman plays an older and presumably more jaded Commissioner Gordon in "The Dark Knight" trilogy (Creative Commons).

DC looks to increase its television presence with Commissioner Gordon's origin story.



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