As you’ve no doubt gathered by now, we’re an eclectic group with interests as varied as anything else about us.  But there remains one thing that has brought us to this table, and that’s our intense lust of Science Fiction.

Sci-Fi opens the world of possibility for us.  Whether it’s the 20 minutes into the future that is “Max Headroom” or the 10,000 years hence of “The Time Machine,” Sci-Fi provides a universe of dreams to be.

This page of some of our favourite resources of Sci-Fi found on The Web is designed to be a springboard, a launch point for you to find your own way into the future.   It’s in no way meant to be inclusive of ALL such resources, and does NOT include info that dips into the genres of Fantasy, Horror, Anime, ect…but here we’ve tried to provide a mere glimpse into the Brave New World of tomorrow.

Paramount’s official site of Star Trek has information on ALL incarnations of this endless parade.  Includes tons of news, contests, downloads, fan photos, games, plug-ins, surveys, merchandise, bios, techno-babble, episode guides, xenology, stellar cartography…
Star Trek: WWW is the ULTIMATE resource for Star Trek info on the Internet. Every known Star Trek homepage is listed here, as well as Star Trek newsgroups and mailing lists. The most comprehensive (and without doubt the most copied) Star Trek index-site of the Internet!
STARFLEET, our parent organization, is the world's largest fan-run Trek fan organization.  Founded in 1974, it provides its membership (3700+) with a common interest base: appreciation of Star Trek: The Greatest Human Adventure. Hundreds of chapters in Regions worldwide unite members into local fandom as well as the International organization.
“The Starfleet Marines are trained professionals. As deadly as their missions, they constantly hone their skills on the battlefield. They serve the Federation, but answer to no one. They are the Starfleet Marines.”   Hey, that’s their story and they’re stickin’ to it!  Seriously though, as Starfleet is the fictional Navy of the future, The Starfleet Marines are the fictional…well…I think you get it.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration
For the more than 40 years that NASA has existed, they’ve been deeply committed to sharing the unique knowledge that flows from their aeronautics and space research. This commitment grows from the Congressional mandate for NASA to "provide for the widest practicable and appropriate dissemination of information concerning its activities and the results thereof."  Hence, these stuffy brainiacs have one kickin’ website!
This is a VERY comprehensive site for our namesake, the coolest darn astronaut in the world, Doctor Norman E. Thagard!  This dude is all that and a bag o’ chips!  Word.
Newer site.  More recent pic.  Info on what Doc. Norm is up to nowadays.

B5's Warner Bros. home holds an image archive, video downloads, streaming interviews, and a complete episode guide of mankind’s last, best hope.
There's plenty of Dark Angel "Blah Blah Woof Woof" here, including a message board; a gallery with pics, videos, and wallpaper; air dates; and bios of cast, characters, and crew. Don't miss the "Eyes Only Informant Net."
The home of Earth: Final Conflict features photos and video clips from numerous episodes, plus chats, news, features, and links to many other E:FC sites.
The Jim Henson Company's official source for Farscape news, pictures, downloadable perks like screensavers, extensive episode guide and stellar cast photos highlight this site.
“In 1564 Nostradamus predicted the destruction of the Earth in three terrifying waves.  The First Wave is here.”  This homepage has Newsflashes from the Paranoid Times, pages from Cade’s Journal, Nostradamus’ predictions and streaming interviews with Traci Elizabeth Lords.
Here’s a cool SeaQuest site with pictures, the theme song, technical information, and a list of crewmembers.
Hear the latest gossip about M,M,M,Max Headroom and Network 23. Play the Ratings Game. Visit the Body Bank. Learn more about this strange world that too closely mirrors our own.
News and rumors about the return of Battlestar Galactica; current broadcast info; Galactica events Costume and Prop Museum Photos and details about the costumes and props used in filming. Plus the Kobol Archives!
"The year is 1987 and NASA launches the last of America's deep space probes. In a freak mishap Ranger 3 and its pilot Captain William 'Buck' Rogers are blown out of their trajectory into an orbit which freezes his life support and returns him to Earth…500 years later.”
Doctor Who - news, video clips, pictures, photos and reviews from the official site, the BBC Online.
HUGE site of EVERYYHING Gerry Anderson has done including: Supercar, Fireball XL5, Stingray, Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, Joe 90, UFO, Space 1999, Terrahawks and much, much MORE!
The standout features of Tribune's official Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, site are a virtual tour of the starship Andromeda and the All Systems University database. You'll also find news, interviews, and show information.
The Sci-Fi Channel’s original series of The Invisible Man is a fresh new take on the classic.  This site has all the usual plus a VERY cool section of classified briefings of Project Quicksilver.  Are you cleared for access?
Stargate’s home offers behind-the-scenes photos and storyboards, episode lists (with movies), a listing of air times across the country, and much, much more!
Space: Above and Beyond was a FOX show that started in 1995 and was slow getting off its feet.  It’s more popular than ever now in syndication.  This site includes character bios, episode guide and cool downloads.
The WB's enigmatic Roswell site is anything but standard. No hype, only original documentation like an issue of the National Interrogator, FBI documents, a student newspaper, and even prom photos!
It's all here: current X-Files news and schedule, program archives, and an official fan club.  Also music downloads and great interviews of cast and crew.

Future Imperfect is the brilliant, brilliant short essay by Gary Morris of the history of Sci-Fi as a reflection of ourselves in literature of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and movies from the 1930’s through the present.  Read it!
THE starting place for exploring classic and newly released Sci-Fi Movies and their casts and crews with articles, interviews, reviews and links to both official and fan sites.
This site is devoted to sci-fi movies of the fifties, both good and bad alike. “Klaatu Barada Nikto!”
"Eegah!" makes Joe's list of the top 50 classically bad “B” sci-fi movies of the 1950s, even though it was made in the 1960s!  Great music on this page too!
The history of artificial intelligence in sci-fi movies as the cold war escalated during the 1960s.  This site offers a lighthearted look back at when Sci-Fi got a little close to home.

eMerchandise is the largest licensed entertainment store in the world with 10,000 T-shirts, caps, mugs, toys and collectibles from over 350 shows like Titanic, Star Wars, X-Files and more.
The mother of all auction sites.  Type in “Star Trek” and see some 15,000 items for sale…some cheap!

The Sci-Fi Channel’s official website.  Top resource for all things Science Fiction.  The channel also produces and broadcasts its own brand of several movies and shows each year.  One of the best, “Exposure” airs every Sunday night and showcases short independent Sci-Fi films that we’d otherwise never see.  God bless these guys!
This search engine was one of the first on the web to search other engines, and do so in non-boolian language.  It remains one of the best.  It’s our favourite and helped immensely in putting this list together.
Pick a subject, type it between the “//” and “about” and you’ll get more information on that subject than you’ll ever know what to do with.
How to describe the Internet Movie Data Base?  It is THE library of *everything* movies.  Actors, Directors, Writers, Producers, Key Grips, Animal Wranglers, Boom Men, Remote Location Craft Services, Swing Gang Guys, Second Unit Best Boys…it’s ALL here, baby!
And finally…are you ready for your head to spin?  Click that link if you dare, and enter a realm of ALMOST SIX THOUSAND LINKS TO WEB SCIENCE FICTION RESOURCES!  The Ultimate Science Fiction Web Guide is without a doubt the largest on-line encyclopedia of science fiction, with over 9,392 Science Fiction biographies, bibliographies, hotlinks and GROWING!