(1) The Martians Are Coming! From the people who brought us the highly addictive Zombies! game comes more of the same, but with Martians! And it looks just as brilliant!
(2) Torchwood Transmission Confirmed... Maybe: An air date has finally been revealed by the BBC for the next series of Torchwood (the week beginning July 4), but exact times have still to be confirmed.
(3) Triumph For Swords & Wizardry: Old school, retro-clone role-playing game Swords & Wizardry could soon be distributed through bricks and mortar games stores.
(4) Universal To Remake Bride: Universal Studios is said to be in talks to remake the classic 1935 Bride of Frankenstein.
(5) Lick A Dragon Today: Royal Mail has launched a series of "mythical creatures" stamps, using artwork by top comic book illustrator Dave McKean.
(6) Space 1889 Delayed: Pinnacle is now saying that it's Savage World's version of Space 1889 will not be ready for Gen Con, but will be out by the end of the year.
(7) Indiana Jones IV: Shia LeBeouf, aka Mutt, confirms that Steven Spielberg has a plotline worked out for the next Indiana Jones movie.
(8) Is It A Bird? Is It A Plane? A new collection of Superfigs miniatures have been announced by Four-Color Figures for release in August.
(9) George Lucas Honoured: The guru of all-thing Star Wars, George Lucas was lauded with a gala event by the Gene Siskel Film Center.
(10) I'll Be... Metallo: Brian Austin Green, fresh from the sadly missed Sarah Connor Chronicles, is lined up to play Metallo in the next season of Smallville.
(11) The Future Starts Here: Construction was due to begin last Friday on the world's first spaceport!
(12) It's The End Of The World...: A full trailer for Roland Emmerich's apocalyptic 2012 has been released.
(13) Doctor Who On Radio 4: Mark Gatiss presents a documentary of Radio 4 today (Tuesday) about the Target novelisations of Classic Doctor Who stories.
(14) A TARDIS In San Diego: David Tennant and Russell T Davies headline the Doctor Who panel at next month's San Diego Comic Con.
(15) Doctor Who Up For Another Award: Doctor Who has been nominated in the new "best television" category of the long-running British Fantasy Awards. Winners will be announced in September.